Todd Ziogas was a three-sport star at Bristol Eastern, earning all conference honors and all state recognition in basketball, soccer and baseball while helping the Lancers to CCC South titles in soccer and basketball. He was the starting 2nd baseman on the 1994 state championship Bristol American Legion team coached by his uncle and Bristol Sports Hall of Fame inductee Jim Ziogas.
He went on to an outstanding basketball career at Pace University where he started all 110 games he played from 1995-1999 and earned numerous honors and awards. He is the all time school record holder in career assists and the second leading scorer in school history with 1,892 career points. He was inducted into the Pace University Sports Hall of Fame in 2016.
He is also the fourth highest scorer in Bristol Eastern basketball history with 908 career points. As a soccer player he was a three-year starter and captain of the Lancers’ undefeated CCC South champions in 1993. He batted .405 and scored a team high 33 runs in his senior year as the Bristol Eastern second baseman and played in the All Star Festival at Fenway Park.