Keva Godfrey was named head coach of the Agnes Scott College women’s tennis program on October 9, 2017. Godfrey joins the Scotties after three seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at Clark Atlanta University, an NCAA Division II program.
Godfrey boasted a 36-34 overall record at the helm of the CAU tennis program, and in 2016 was named Coach of the Year by her peers in the SIAC. As a student, Godfrey guided the team to a conference championship (2011) and one national tournament appearances (2011). She was named Most Valuable Player in in the conference in 2009.
As a player, she completed her college career with a 34-10 overall record. In 2017, her team finished second in the conference tournament and in 2016, they placed third in the conference tournament. She is a certified teaching pro through the United States Professional Tennis Association
Godfrey spends her time volunteering with Sporty Girls, Inc. and the Atlanta Youth Tennis and Education Foundation. The Bahamas native earned her B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Biology from Clark Atlanta University in 2012. She also has an M.A. in Criminal Justice from Clark Atlanta University.
Godfrey currently lives in Newnan, GA with her husband Rick and children Connor and Zaria.