Todd Montana was named the head women’s basketball coach at Lasell College prior to the 2014-15 season. Montana spent two seasons helping on a volunteer basis with the women's program while working as the SID at Lasell.
A ten-year veteran of the profession, Montana was a men’s basketball assistant at NCAA Division III Union College from 2001-2003 before moving to NCAA Division II LeMoyne College from 2003-2005 in the same role.
In 2005 Montana was named the head men’s basketball coach at Green Mountain College in Vermont where he served in that capacity for six years. At Green Mountain he helped rebuild a program that was transitioning from the NAIA to NCAA Division III leading the 2007-08 team to a 21-5 record and the Association of Division III Independents Northeast championship while and being named the AD3I Coach of the Year. He led the Eagles to appearances in the North Atlantic Conference semifinals in 2009 and 2010 before taking a break from coaching following the 2010-11 season and moving to Lasell as the Sports Information Director.
Montana coached seven All-Conference players in six seasons at Green Mountain, including two conference players of the year and one rookie of the year. He coached the nation's leading shot blocker in 2007-08 and the nation's leading scorer in 2009-10.
He also served as the women’s volleyball coach at Green Mountain from 2006-2008, reaching the AD3I championship in 2007 and the NAC semifinals in 2008.