Todd Minarik was a three sport athlete during his four years at Bartlett and earned 10 varsity letters over this time.

In the fall, Todd was a member of the soccer team. Over his career he scored 68 goal as a forward on the team. He was a three time Border Conference All Star and a three time Central Massachusetts All-Star. In his sophomore year he netted 23 goals to lead the league. In his junior year he scored 21 goals. In his senior year, Todd placed 23 goals into the net to lead the league in scoring.

In his junior year, the Green and White soccer men made the District Tourney for the first time in over a decade and just missed qualification by I game in his senior year.

His top traits on the soccer field were his excellent footwork and his ability to move the ball against 2 or 3 defenders eventually developing into excellent scoring opportunities.

In the winter, he was member of the basketball team that went 66-17 over a four year span. His most memorable game was against Auburn his senior year when he scored 36 points. He was a 2 time league all star and selected to the Telegram and Gazette All Star Team in his senior year. Todd also appeared on ESPN's Scholastic Sports America for a half court shot he made against Southbridge.

In the springtime, he was a member of the tennis team. He was a two year starter at third singles. Todd was a member of the only BHS team to win the District E Divisions II championship. The Green and White tennis team were outstanding during Todd’s two years on the hardtop.

Todd’s top strength in the tennis arena was his agility and excellent footwork as well as an overpowering serve.

Todd was awarded the George Finnegan Award as the top male athlete and was also awarded the Greater Media Cable Student-Athlete Award.

Todd attended Bryant College and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1996. He received a Bachelor of Science with concentration in Actuarial Mathematics.

Todd is employed by deFacto Global Solutions were he is the Director of Consulting services. He lives in Webster with his wife Pamela and two sons Colin and Ethan.