Shannon Coffee

Height: 6’5
Position: Center (5)
Birthdate: April 17, 1997
Nationality: American
College: Stanford

Shannon Coffee 2020 – 2021 STATS

Niki Lefkadas (Greece D1)

12 ppg, 8 rpg, 3.6 apg, FGP: 53.9%, 3FG: 18.2%, FT: 69.2%

2022 - Panteras (Mexico D1)

16.1 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 3.1 apg, FGP: 51.8%, 3FG: 44.2%, FT: 81.8%

Shannon Coffee Scouting Report

The 6’5 Coffee can score in a multitude of ways – in the post, facing up, from pick and roll plays and pick and pop plays. She has stretched her range beyond the 3 point line and can play as an interior 5 or as a 5 that spaces the floor. She is smart and unselfish, so she is a great passer; always making the right play. Defensively, she can step out and switch on the guards and wings and make it difficult on them to make plays.


2020-21: Nyon (Switzerland – D1 – Starting five) – 18.9 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2.3 apg, FGP: 43.3%, FT: 78%

  • As a Senior (2018-19) |
    Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
    Averaged 1.8 points and 1.7 rebounds in a career-high 10.5 minutes per game
    Appeared in 35 of Stanford's 36 games
    Was a 41.0 percent shooter (25-of 61) from the floor and converted 29.6 percent (8-of-27) from deep
    Scored 28 of her 159 career points in the season's final eight games (17.6 percent)
    Had a season-high nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from deep in a win over No. 3 Baylor (12/15)
    Played 17 minutes and handed out a career-high four assists against Cal (2/2)
    Blocked a personal-best two shots in postseason victories over Cal (3/8) and Missouri State (3/30)
    As a Junior (2017-18) |
    Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
    Averaged 1.2 points and 0.9 rebounds in 4.1 minutes per game
    Made 27 appearances and started twice
    Was a 31.6 percent shooter (12-of 28) from the floor and converted 35.0 percent (7-of-20) from deep
    Scored a career-high 14 points and was 4-of-8 from behind the arc in a loss at No. 9 Baylor (12/3)
    Became the first player at least 6-foot-5 to hit four 3-pointers in a game since Delaware’s Elena Delle Donne against Georgia State on March 6, 2013
    Played 15 minutes and handed out three assists in her first start against UNLV (12/16)
    As a Sophomore (2016-17) |
    Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
    Came off the bench in 20 games and averaged 2.2 points and 1.1 rebounds in 4.3 minutes
    Made 17 of her 27 shots from the field (.630)
    Also hit 9-of-17 at the line (.529) and chipped in three blocks and a pair of steals
    Scored 13 points on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting in a win over Wichita State (11/25)
    Also pulled down a personal best seven rebounds in 18 minutes against the Shockers
    Made her first career 3-pointer in a home victory over Utah (2/12)
    Scored six points in five conference appearances and was 2-of-3 from the floor (.667)
    As a Freshman (2015-16) |
    Appeared in 12 games and averaged 1.8 points in 3.8 minutes per contest
    Pulled down 13 rebounds (1.1 per game)
    Shot 42.9 percent from the floor (9-of-21)
    Missed the final seven games of the season with a left foot injury
    Put up four points and four rebounds against CSU Bakersfield (12/22)
    Played nine minutes in a 93-38 win over Cornell (12/19) and pulled down multiple rebounds for the first time (4)
    Scored five points in her collegiate debut at UC Davis (11/13)
    Prior to Stanford
    A 2015 graduate of Centerville High School in Dayton, Ohio
    The 94th ranked recruit in the country according to Blue Star Basketball and the 17th rated post by ESPN HoopGurlz
    McDonald's All-America nominee
    2015 U.S. Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete award
    Averaged 20.5 points, tops in the Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC), 11.1 rebounds, 3.3 blocks and shot 62.8 percent from the floor as a senior
    Voted 2015 Ms. OHSBCA - the best player in the state as selected by Ohio high school coaches
    First player in Centerville history to earn the honor
    2014-15 Associated Press Division I All-Ohio First Team
    2015 Academic All-Ohio
    Also named GWOC Player of the Year, to the GWOC First Team and District 15 All-Star Team in 2015
    2015 Southwest District Player of the Year and First Team All-State
    Led the GWOC in scoring as a junior, averaging more than 18 points per contest on 61 percent shooting to go along with 7.5 rebounds per game
    2013-14 Associated Press Division I All-Ohio Second Team
    Field goal percentage, free throw percentage, points, rebounds, steals, blocks and assists averages all improved in each of her prep seasons
    Owns the school record for most points scored in a season (533; 2014-15)
    Also played two years of varsity volleyball (2011 and 2012)
    Three years of varsity track (2011, 2013, 2014)
    2014 district runner-up in the discus
    2013 discus district champion, fourth in the region and a state qualifier
    District champion in the discus in 2012


Born in Dayton, Ohio
Daughter of Karen and Chris Coffee
Has an older sister, Allison, and older brother, Nathan
Uncle, Wes, played basketball at Dayton
Interned with the Stanford Center for Clinical Research in the summer of 2018
Worked on a study to address growing concerns over concussions in sports through research and data collection
Project involved mouthguards developed by engineers at Stanford with the ability to track impact, force, etc. in collisions between high school football players
National Honor Society member with a 3.9 GPA
Selected by Centerville High School faculty to give a commencement speech titled "How tough are you"
Volunteered at 4-Paws for Ability, an organization which trains dogs for autistic children
Also volunteered at Hannah's Treasure Chest, putting together packages of clothes and toys for children in need