Assistant Coach Shavon Earp
Shavon Earp is in her first season with the Tribe women's basketball program, joining the team as an assistant coach during the summer of 2010. Her duties with the College include helping with the development of the team's guards, recruiting, coordinating team travel, opponent scouting, and helping plan and run team practices.
Earp joins the Tribe this year after spending the past two as an assistant coach at Hampton High School in Virginia, and as an assistant coach with the heralded Boo Williams 16 Elite AAU team. In high school, Earp was the 2001-02 Gatorade Player of the Year in Virginia and an honorable mention All-American for Hampton High. She was twice named to the all-state first team and led the Crabbers to the 2000-01 state championship, before attending the University of Pittsburgh.
Earp played 28 games for the Panthers as a freshman and was named to the Big East All-Academic team, before transferring to Radford and finishing her career there. Earp also spent two years as a graduate assistant coach at Radford, helping them to a pair of 20-win seasons in 2006-07 and 2007-08.
Earp graduated from Radford in 2006 with a degree in communications, and also received her master's of science from Radford, in 2008. She is the proud aunt of two nieces, and lives in Hampton.