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Todd Lampman
Todd Lampman
Induction Year: 2001
Sport: Baseball
Graduation Year: 1991

Todd Lampman was a two-time First-Team All-ODAC performer on the baseball diamond for the Tigers. He still holds the all-time record for homers (26) and RBI (100) in a career. Played for the only ODAC Championship team (1989) in Tiger baseball history and for the only team to advance to the NCAA Tournament (1991). Was named NCAA Regional All-Tournament team in 1991 after smashing two homers during the three game series. Rates in the top-five all-time in NCAA history with six-RBI in one inning. Led Tigers with .427 batting average freshman year and registered second-best all-time mark with 23-game hitting streak. As a sophomore hit .320 with seven homers and 23 RBI, and as a junior drove in 22 runs and hit six homers. Senior year earned All-ODAC honors at first base and hit .379 with 11 homers, 38 RBI, 42 hits and nine stolen bases. Also earned the Dunnington Dedication Award for baseball. Lampman is currently the Head Baseball Coach at Hampden-Sydney. He resides in Farmville with his wife Mary Beth, son Tyler and daughter Emily.