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Offensive Coaching Staff

Stan Hodgin
Offensive Coordinator

Heading up the Hornets offense is veteran high school and college coach Stan Hodgin.

Hodgin came to Shenandoah after two seasons as the offensive coordinator at fellow ODAC member Emory and Henry.

In 2012, Hodgin's offense averaged a second-best-in-the-league 264.3 yards passing and three players earned All-ODAC honors.

Prior to his experience with the Wasps, Hodgin was the quarterbacks coach at Averett University in 2010 and a high school head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for 20 years.

In addition to leading offenses that have averaged over 380 yards and 31 points per game, Hodgin has coached five players that eventually played professional football and every quarterback he tutored in high school and college has advanced to play at the next level.


Joe White
Assistant Coach - Running Backs

Joe White, a 2006 graduate, returns for his ninth season on the coaching staff. White completed his eligibility in the fall of 2004 and served as a student assistant in the fall of 2005.

As he has during his entire coaching career, White will tutor the Hornets running backs. White played four years of football for the Hornets, appearing in every game during his final three years.

Following his senior season, he was recognized by his teammates as a co-recipient of the Walter Barr Unsung Hero Award.


Nick Oakley
Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers

Former All-USA South lineman Nick Oakley '08 is in the midst of his second stint on the SU coaching staff.

Oakley coached on the Hornets staff following the completion of a Shenandoah playing career in which he started 19 games after transferring from DI-AA Lehigh University.

Oakley earned All-USA South honors on the offensive line after both of those seasons.

He started his coaching career by serving as an offensive line assistant in the 2008 under the direction former NFL All-Pro Joe Jacoby before moving to the wide receivers coach for the 2009 and 2010 campaigns.

This season, he will again mentor the team's wideouts.