Todd Stoney

Todd Stoney, Hall of Fame Athlete

Todd Stoney, Hall of Fame Athlete

Joining his father John in the SBART Hall of Fame, Todd Stoney completes the first father and son combination achieving this honor. A San Marcos High School graduate and two way starter on the football team, his senior year, Todd Stoney led the team in interceptions as a free safety and averaged over 20 yards per reception as wide receiver. He was voted SMHS Football MVP and was named First Team Channel League as a receiver. Voted the Best Athlete of the Senior Class, Todd was the CIF Southern Section pole vault champion and track team MVP.

Todd attended Occidental College where he earned a number of awards including First Team All-League defensive back (4 years), “Rookie of the Year” as a freshman, and team MVP as a junior and senior. With Todd’s help, Occidental saw two undefeated regular seasons and two years in the Division Three National Championship Playoffs. Todd also earned honors as an All American in the 4×400 relay team and was part of the Division Three Championship team in the 4xl00 relay in 1986. In 1988, Todd signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s Los Angeles Raiders.

In 1998, Todd returned to his high school alma mater and coached the defensive backs for a Royals team that made it to the quarterfinals of the CIF Playoffs. Todd resides in Ventura with his wife Sylvia and works as the Traffic Investigator for the Santa Barbara Police Department.