Brendan McShea was a four-year letter winner and three year starter for Wakefield School in Virginia. His senior year he led the conference in rebounding and was named to the All-Conference team as well as the MVP of his team. A three sport athlete, Brendan was named Male Athlete of the Year his senior year at Wakefield.
After a successful high school career as a player Brendan jumped right into the coaching ranks at William & Mary. As an undergrad he assisted with the varsity men’s team as a team manager and climbed the ranks to a student assistant coach by his senior year. He ran drills during practice and helped with individual workouts for the player in the offseason. He also coached his own youth basketball teams during his time in college.
After graduating Brendan continued his coaching career at Virginia Episcopal School in Lynchburg, VA. During his time there the team enjoyed two state tournament quarterfinal appearances and saw many of his players go on to college careers at the Division I, II, and III levels. Brendan made the change to college coaching and has spent time at Culver-Stockton College in Missouri as well as Allegheny College and Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. Overall, seven of Brendan’s players have been named to an all-conference team and four have gone on to play basketball professionally overseas.
A long-time veteran of the summer camp circuit, Brendan has worked at the prestigious Morgan Wooten Basketball Camp, the Hoop Group camps in Reading Pennsylvania, as well as Elite Camps at Davidson, Yale, Columbia, Bucknell, Holy Cross and many others.