Education: Daemen College 1982
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Hometown: January, 14, 1960

Beginning his seventh season with the Indiana Fever, Todd Champlin is a licensed athletic trainer and board-certified sports physical therapist provided to the Indiana Fever by St. Vincent Sports Performance. He has been a team sports practitioner for nearly 20 years.

He began work with the Fever during the club’s WNBA championship season of 2012.

Hockey has been Champlin’s focus of attention for much of the past decade as team athletic trainer for the USHL’s Indiana Ice from 2004-14, and the CHL’s Indianapolis Ice from 2000 to 2003. He also has worked several seasons with the Buffalo Bandits, a professional indoor lacrosse team.

In Summer 2011, Champlin was the athletic trainer for Team USA when it won the gold medal at the Five Nations Tournament in Huttwil, Switzerland.

Before arriving in Indianapolis, Champlin owned his own private practice and sports therapy business for ten years in Buffalo, New York.

He received a bachelor of science in physical therapy from Daemen College in Buffalo prior to receiving a master’s degree in sports physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the American Physical Therapy Association.

Champlin is a native of Buffalo, NY, but now makes his home in Noblesville, Ind. He is married to wife, Victoria. The couple has three children: Andrew, Lindsey, and Lauren; and a granddaughter, Payson.

Todd Champlin
Todd Champlin

Education: Daemen College 1982
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Hometown: January, 14, 1960

Beginning his seventh season with the Indiana Fever, Todd Champlin is a licensed athletic trainer and board-certified sports physical therapist provided to the Indiana Fever by St. Vincent Sports Performance. He has been a team sports practitioner for nearly 20 years.

He began work with the Fever during the club’s WNBA championship season of 2012.

Hockey has been Champlin’s focus of attention for much of the past decade as team athletic trainer for the USHL’s Indiana Ice from 2004-14, and the CHL’s Indianapolis Ice from 2000 to 2003. He also has worked several seasons with the Buffalo Bandits, a professional indoor lacrosse team.

In Summer 2011, Champlin was the athletic trainer for Team USA when it won the gold medal at the Five Nations Tournament in Huttwil, Switzerland.

Before arriving in Indianapolis, Champlin owned his own private practice and sports therapy business for ten years in Buffalo, New York.

He received a bachelor of science in physical therapy from Daemen College in Buffalo prior to receiving a master’s degree in sports physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the American Physical Therapy Association.

Champlin is a native of Buffalo, NY, but now makes his home in Noblesville, Ind. He is married to wife, Victoria. The couple has three children: Andrew, Lindsey, and Lauren; and a granddaughter, Payson.