Keva Godfrey was named head coach of the Agnes Scott College women’s tennis program on October 9, 2017.
In her first season at the helm of the program, Godfrey oversaw the Scotties to a six-win mark and a second consecutive USA South playoff appearance. The Scotties ran the table over their final three conference matches to take the last spot in the West Division. Agnes eventually fell to conference runner-up Methodist in the first round. Two Scotties were named USA South All-Division players, including senior Camille Wilson's first honor, under Godfrey's guidance.
Godfrey graduated from the 2018 NCAA Women Coaches Academy class #44 that was held in Denver, Colo. in May. The NCAA Women Coaches Academy, hosted in partnership between the Alliance of Women Coaches and the NCAA, is a four-day educational training available to NCAA coaches of all experience levels, and is designed for women coaches who are ready to increase their individual effectiveness by learning advanced skills and strategies that directly affect their personal and team success.
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 appearance (2011). She was named Most Valuable Player 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.