Shane Beamer

Birth Day March 31st, 1977
Birth Place Charleston, South Carolina
Age 46 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Aries

About Shane Beamer

Shane Beamer is an American football coach and former player. Beamer is the son of the retired football coach, Frank Beamer. Frank Beamer served as the head coach of Virginia Tech from 1987 until his retirement in 2015. Shane Beamer currently is the head coach of the University of South Carolina, hired in December 2020. Prior to being hired as head coach of USC, he worked as an assistant coach for several college football teams. As a player, he played as a wide receiver and long snapper for Virginia Tech. 

He has over 43.5k followers on Twitter.

Shane Beamer was born on 31 March 1977. His birth place is in Charleston, South Carolina in the United States. He holds an American nationality. He was born to a father, Frank Beamer, and a mother, Cheryl Oakley. He has a sister named Casey Beamer. He belongs to white ethnicity and his religion is Christianity. His zodiac sign is Aries.

Shane Beamer father

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Regarding his educational background, Beamer attended Virginia Tech, where his father had been serving as a head coach. He started playing as a wide receiver. He had received a partial scholarship offer from Division I-AA Charleston Southern, but he committed to Virginia Tech. He switched to the long snapper position. Beamer was part of the Hokies' team which made it to the national championship in the 1999 season. 

Shane Beamer stands at an average height and has an average weight. He has an average body build. His eye color and hair color is dark brown. His sexual orientation is straight. 

Shane Beamer Coaching Career

  • Shane Beamer did not pursue a professional football playing career.
  • He became a graduate assistant at Georgia Tech under George O'Leary. 
  • His team's fixture against his father's team in the 2000 Black Coaches Association Classic season opener was canceled due to lightning. Georgia Tech refused to reschedule the match. 
  • He then served as a graduate assistant at the University from 2001 to 2003.
  • He then joined Mississippi State University in 2004. 

Shane Beamer Oklahoma

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  • He coached corners. Three of his players earned All-SEC Freshman honors. 
  • He became recruiting coordinator of Mississippi State in 2006. He recruited future San Francisco 49ers running back, Anthony Dixon.
  • He was then hired to coach outside linebackers as well as to serve as the special team coordinator by the University of South Carolina in 2007. 
  • Under his coaching, the Gamecock defense finished 2nd in pass defense and 13th in total defense on the national level. 
  • His 2009 special teams unit blocked five kicks, tying for the SEC lead and ranking eighth in the nation.
  • The Gamecock defensive unit finished third in the SEC in total defense and fifteenth in the nation in 2009.
  • He also served as a recruiting coordinator for the Gamecocks.
  • The 2009 class was ranked 12th best in the nation by and 
  • The 2009 class included future NFL draft picks Stephon Gillmore and Alshon Jeffery. 
  • He then joined his father, Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech in 2011. 
  • He was hired as the running backs coach. 
  • He tutored David Wilson, who became the school's single-season rushing holder, All-American and ACC Player of the Year. 
  • He was dragged into the "Wakeyleaks" scandal in 2016. He had accepted Wake Forest game plan information prior to Virginia Tech's game against the Demon Deacons in 2014. A former Wake Forest player and assistant coach and then-radio analyst, Tommy Elrod provided the information. Virginia Tech lost the game 6-3 in overtime. 
  • Beamer denied providing the information to the coaching staff or players. He was eventually fined $25,000 by Georgia. 
  • After his father's retirement in 2015, he left Virginia Tech as well. 
  • He was then hired as the tight ends coach and special teams coordinator in January 2016. 
  • He coached Rodrigo Blankenship and Charlie Woerner, future NFL stars. 
  • The University of Oklahoma hired Beamer as the assistant head coach under Lincoln Riley in January 2018. 
  • Oklahoma Sooners offense averaged 48.4 points per game, the leading the scoring offense in the nation in 2018.
  • The University of South Carolina hired Beamer as their head coach in December 2020.
  • Beamer said in a statement, "I have been preparing for this moment my entire life, I am ready and excited to be the head football coach at the University of South Carolina. I am thankful to all the head coaches that I have worked for, the assistant coaches and student-athletes I have worked with. My family and I are thrilled to be coming back to Columbia and the state of South Carolina."
  • He will serve as head coach for the first time after he was hired by the University of South Carolina in December 2020.

Shane Beamer family

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Shane Beamer Wife

Shane Beamer is a married man. He is married to Emily Beamer. The couple has three children together. They are daughters, Sutton and Olivia, and a son, Hunter. More details about his personal life will be updated soon.

Shane Beamer Net Worth

Shane Beamer earns from his professional career as a football coach. Beamer pursued a football coaching career rather than a playing career after college. He served as assistant coaches for several college teams before being hired as the head coach of South Carolina Gamecocks in December 2020. As an assistant coach, he was paid $470,000 salary. He will receive a decent salary while serving as the head coach. His contract details are not available at present. His net worth is estimated at $1.5 million. 

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