All-time winningest basketball coach in Hampden-Sydney College history. Shaver engineered the Tiger program to the heights of national prominence from the late ’80’s through the ’90s and into the new millennium. He coached the Tigers to eight Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships, 11 NCAA Tournament appearances and two Final Fours during his 17-year career. His 358 victories and .747 lifetime winning percentage both rank atop the all-time lists in the 96-year history of Hampden-Sydney College basketball. He is now the head coach at the College of William and Mary. He and his wife, Ann, and youngest son, Jackson, reside in Williamsburg, while his oldest son, Chris, is a pitcher in the Chicago Cubs organization. Middle son, Austin, is a sophomore at the University of Virginia.