QUESTIONS? Contact Todd Dillon
Executive Director and Founder of Lou Fusz Lacrosse
BIO: Dillon has been actively involved in the game of lacrosse both locally and nationally for more than 20 years. Dillon grew up playing lacrosse at Kirkwood High (1996-1998) and later helped co-found (along with his parents) CBC High School’s first varsity lacrosse program (1999). Dillon was a captain and a 3-time all-star midfielder during his high school days, playing on the area’s first travel teams whom participated in well-known tournaments in Vail and Lake Tahoe. Dillon played collegiate DIII lacrosse at Wittenberg University in Ohio. As a freshman, he was a starting midfielder and voted Rookie of the Year (2000). Post college, Dillon had a very successful and extensive marketing and advertising career, working for top agencies in St. Louis and Chicago. He led all national advertising campaigns as a Senior Account Executive for Warrior and Brine Lacrosse (2007-2009). Todd along with a group of other area players helped Co-found Mathews Dickey Boys and Girls Club Lacrosse (2007). It was the areas first inner city lacrosse team. Dillon now serves as the current President of the Michael Sennett Count On Me Foundation (501(c)(3) – which provides lacrosse opportunities and scholarship to economically disadvantaged kids (2014 to present).