Todd Scheuerman | Assistant Coach
Todd Scheuerman is entering his 14th season as an assistant coach with the Bluejays. After serving in part-time capacity in 2005-06, Scheuerman is now entering his 13th year as a full-time assistant coach. In addition to his on the court responsibilities, he also serves as the Bluejays' recruiting coordinator.
Scheuerman also serves as the head women's golf coach at Elmhurst College.
Prior to arriving at Elmhurst, Scheuerman spent nine seasons as a coach at Immaculate Heart of Mary High School in Westchester, including three seasons as the head varsity coach (2002-2005). Scheuerman also worked as Co-Director of Operations and Coach at Fast Break Basketball Development Program in Westchester.
Scheuerman earned his bachelor's degree from Elmhurst in 1995 and he earned his master’s degree in education from the University of Phoenix.
Scheuerman, and his wife, Jen, reside in Elmhurst.
Mikaela Eppard | Graduate Assistant Coach
Mikaela Eppard joins the women's basketball team coaching staff as a graduate assistant coach after completing a stellar four-year career at Elmhurst.
A four-time all-conference pick, including three straight first-team selections, and an All-American in 2016-17, Eppard closed her career as one of the most decorated players in Elmhurst women's basketball history. Eppard was named Elmhurst's Female Athlete of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2016-17 and 2017-18.
Named a first-team all-CCIW and D3hoops.com All-region selection this season in 2017-18, Eppard finished the year as the Bluejays' leading scorer and rebounder, averaging 17.8 points and 10.8 rebounds per game. She also led the Bluejays in field goals (173), field goal percentage (.549) and free throws made (95). She closed out the regular season with 1,806 career points and 1,025 rebounds. She ranks second in Elmhurst history in points scored, rebounds and field goal percentage (.545) while ranking fourth in field goals made (690). She is Elmhurst's all-time record holder in free throws made with 412. She's one of just two Elmhurst players in school history to record over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.
Eppard was also named a finalist for the Josten's Trophy for the second consecutive year while also earning first-team CoSIDA Academic All-America honors for the second straight year. She was one of just five members named to the Division III Academic All-American basketball first team and was one of only 15 Division III student-athletes honored from around the nation. She was one of only two student-athletes on the Academic All-American squad to earn the honor for more than one season.