Hall of Fame - Athlete Category

Todd MacCulloch

Hall of Fame - Athlete Category
Award Date
Oct 6, 2009
Shaftesbury High School

Todd is a seven foot Shaftesbury High School alumnus who went on to play in the National Basketball Association and for the Canadian National Team. In 1993 and 1994, Todd led the varsity team to the MHSAA provincial championship and was named tournament MVP both years. In his grade 11 year Todd scored 50 points in a 61 – 59 Provincial Championship game win. After Shaftesbury, Todd was recruited to the University of Washington where, in 1999, he was an honorable mention All American. He played at Washington from 1995 – 1999 and led them to an NCAA tournament berth in both 1998 and 1999. He was all conference (Pac 10) in 98 and 99 and was an Academic All Pac 10 for 3 years running. He was only the second player in NCAA history to lead the nation in field goal percentage for three consecutive years. Todd was selected to the University of Washington Husky Hall of Fame in 2006. After College, Todd was recruited in the second round and played four years in the NBA before a neuromuscular disease forced him to retire prematurely. He played three years in total with the Philadelphia 76ers and one year with the New Jersey Nets. He is now an avid World Ranked Pinball Player. MacCulloch played for the Canadian National team almost 100 times over the years with the highlight being a 7th place finish in the 2000 Sidney Olympics and playing at home in the 1999 Pan Am Games. In the lead up to those games Todd led the Olympic qualifying tournament with 9.3 rebounds per game and in the Pan American Games he led the tournament in rebounds with 13.8 per game, blocks with 3.3 per game and was 5th leading scorer at 16 points per game.