Todd Woodall was a part of a Wasps football team that recorded four winning seasons from 1989 to 1993, including two Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships and a 34 game home winning streak. The 1992 squad finished with a record of 11-1 and a trip to the NCAA National Quarterfinals.
Woodall led the Old Dominion Athletic Conference in receiving yards, yards per reception, and touchdowns during the 1992 season to earn a selection to the All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference Second-Team. Todd also recorded nine receptions for 122 yards during the 1992 NCAA Playoff run for the E&H team that finished ranked eighth in the nation.
For his performances the previous year, Woodall was named a Pre-Season All-American by Street & Smith Magazine and College Football Preview for the 1993 season. Todd continued his stellar play, as he finished second in the conference in receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns and receptions per game. Woodall was honored for his performance with a unanimous selection to the All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference First-Team. He also set the program record for longest reception with a 90 yard game-winning score against Cumberland University.
Woodall finished his Emory & Henry career with 107 receptions for 1765 yards and 17 touchdowns during the regular season to place him amongst the Wasps All-Time leaders.
After graduation from E&H, Todd was a member of the Wasps coaching staff under head coach Lou Wacker from 1994-1997. He received the Fred Selfe Distinctive Service to E&H award in 2011, the 12th Man award in 2009 and has served on several committees for the stadium and field house construction. He is also a member of the Loudoun Valley High School Sports Hall of the Fame.
Todd now resides in Abingdon, Va. with his wife, Belinda (E&H ’96), and their three daughters- Lauren, Lacey and Landree. He has been employed by Merck for 25 years.