St. Teresa High School’s Todd Vohland, who serves as Athletic Director, Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country and Girl’s Track & Field Coach, and History Teacher, has been selected for induction into the Illinois Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
The ITCCCA Hall of Fame was established in 1977 to honor women and men who have made significant contributions to the sports of Track & Field and Cross Country in the State of Illinois. To be inducted, a candidate must have provided at least 20 years of service to the sports in Illinois. There are currently 234 coaches in the ITCCCA Hall of Fame.
“Todd Vohland is one of the most organized and hard-working coaches that I have known throughout my 44-year career. He is even a better teacher and role model for the students at St. Teresa,” stated Dr. Kenneth C. Hendriksen, St. Teresa Educational Foundation Executive Director. “All of us here at St. Teresa congratulate Todd on this most deserving recognition!”
Since 2008, under Coach Vohland’s leadership, the St. Teresa Girl’s Cross Country teams have earned 4 State Championships, 1 State runner-up finish, 5 Sectional Championships, 8 Regional Championships and 9 Conference Titles. Additionally, the Girl’s Track & Field teams have won 4 Sectional and 4 Conference titles.
Coach Vohland’s induction ceremony will be held on Saturday, January 6, 2018, in Lombard, IL.