Chicago, IL - Todd Kelly has been named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Illinois Institute of Technology. Kelly comes here from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. At North Central , Kelly was the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach/ Assistant Athletic Complex and Facility Manager. Kelly helped lead North Central to a 91- 47 record in five seasons. During that time NCC won two CCIW regular season and two CCIW conference tournament championships. In addition, NCC advanced to consecutive NCAA sweet 16's and one final four. As recruiting coordinator Kelly recruited players that earned 9 all conference, 4 all region and one first team All-American selection. North Central finished the 2013 season ranked #3 in the country in Division III.
Prior to North Central, Kelly was the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Providence St. Mel . He finished his three year stint at St Mel with a record of 42-42 highlighted by a winning the 2009 Prep Conference Championship and earning the conference Coach of the Year award. St. Mel advanced to its first regional championship game in 8 years under Kelly and ranked as high as #10 in Class A. Prior to St. Mel, Kelly was the assistant coach at Division III Keystone College in La Plume, PA. In two seasons at Keystone he was 46-11 with consecutive conference regular season and post season tournament crowns.
Kelly was born and raised in Chicago and was a three year letterman at Millikin University in Decatur,IL, where he graduated with a degree in communications. He also earned a masters degree in Sports Management from Western Illinois University in 2004. Kelly resides in Glendale Heights with his wife Adrianne.