Todd Lynch is in his fifth season as the head coach of the Fitchburg State baseball team.
Over his four-year tenure, Lynch has led the Falcons to an overall record of 60-77 (.438 pct). Throughout his time, Lynch has produced ten MASCAC All-Conference players, while also mentoring the 2010 MASCAC Rookie of the Year.
In only his second year at the helm (2009), Lynch propelled the Falcons to an impressive 19-18 record with a 5-9 clip in the highly regard MASCAC Conference. The Falcons advanced to the semifinal round of the ECAC Tournament, while naming two players to the MASCAC All-Conference team.
Prior to Fitchburg State, Lynch played college baseball at Springfield College where he helped lead the Pride to a 1999 ECAC New England Championship as a starting pitcher. He completed a successful career at East Hartford High School, leading the Hornets to back to back state championships. For his efforts, Lynch was named a All-League during his senior season. Lynch moved onto play one year at Division I Central Connecticut State University before transferring to Springfield College.
Lynch graduated from Springfield in 2001 with a degree in Movement Sciences and is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Secondary Education. He has completed coaching stints at East Hartford High School, Ferni High School (Enfield, Conn.) and Groton-Dunstable High School (Groton, Mass).
He currently resides in Ashburnham, Mass. with his wife Danielle and his son, Declan (3) and his daughter, Delaney (2),