Tennis Head Coach Todd Wojtkowski inducted into Ursuline High School Athletic Hall of Fame

Coach Todd Wojtkowski (right) was accompanied by his sister Caroline Wojtkowski (left) and mother Sarah Patrick (center). His sister introduced him at the event. “My sister spoke so well of me, and it was truly the highlight of the night.”

Case Western Reserve University Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach Todd Wojtkowski recently was inducted into the Ursuline High School Hall of Fame in Youngstown. Wojtkowski is a 2001 graduate of UHS.

In his fourth year, Wojtkowski continues to guide his student-athletes to unprecedented levels of success. CWRU’s men are currently ranked No. 17 in the nation as well as No. 3 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Region. The women are also regionally ranked at No. 7.

Prior to coming to University Circle, Wojtkowski spent two seasons as an assistant coach at NCAA Division I The Citadel. During his time in Charleston, S.C., he helped lead the program to its first-ever national ranking and a 16-9 record in 2007-08 after winning just two matches the previous year.

He spent three years playing at the University of Toledo before transferring to the Ohio State University. As a scholarship student-athlete at Toledo, Wojtkowski was a three-time Varsity T award winner, Team Leadership Award winner and team captain.

He red-shirted his senior (first) year at Ohio State, playing for the Buckeyes during his first year of graduate school. The team won a Big Ten Championship and rose to a No. 5 national ranking. Wojtkowski earned several awards, including the Ohio State Scholar-Athlete Award, the 2006 Senior Leader Award and the Men’s Varsity “O” Post-Graduate Scholarship.

Wojtkowski later earned his bachelor’s degree in middle childhood education in 2006 from Ohio State and completed a master’s in business administration at The Citadel in 2008.