Each of our Academies is staffed by Directors who bring passion and vision to the programs that we have developed to train our athletes. Of course, passion and vision needs to be augmented by skill and experience, and our staff certainly have both! Please click on the links below to access the bios of each of our staff.
Coach Julie Skinner leads the Spectrum Team with energy and determination. She graduated from Loudoun County High School in 1982. She is a graduate of Campbell University NC, 1988 with a BBA in Marketing and played for the Division 1 Lady Camels as a point guard. While starting as point guard the Lady Camels maintained a win loss record of 68-19. Coach Skinner still holds the All Time Record for assists of 586 and steals of 343. During her career, she recorded 3 triple doubles and was All Conference, All Tournament and an Honorable Mention-All-American. Coach Skinner still holds the Big South record of most assists in their women’s conference tournament with an average of 10 per game. Coach Skinner recently has been inducted in the Loudoun County High School Hall of Fame (2014) and the Big South All-Decade team.
Additionally, Coach Skinner played with AIA Basketball, South America, 1989 and AIA Basketball USA Tour Team, 1990-91. Coach Skinner actively coached the NRV Storm Girls AAU team and founded in 2000 NRV Elite Hoop Training and NRV Elite Boys and Girls Basketball Club. Coach Skinner is also the General Manager of Spectrum Basketball Club.
Coach Skinner is married and has three children
Coach Skinner is happy to help our athletes, parents and teams find their opportunity for success at Spectrum Sports Academy.
Cathy Johansen is a Botetourt native who graduated from Lord Botetourt High School and James Madison University. While in high school, Cathy played Varsity basketball helping take her team to the State Finals in 2005 and the State Semi Finals in 2006. She was also a stand out soccer player, playing varsity four years and earning district, regional, timesland and all-state awards. At JMU Cathy received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business. In college she continued her athletic career and was a key player for four seasons on the James Madison Women’s Rugby team. Cathy has previously coached both middle school girls’ basketball and high school girls’ soccer. Cathy is married to Dennis “Bubba” and recently gave birth to their daughter, Peyton. Cathy spends most of her free time in the outdoors, and her favorite hobby is bow hunting during the fall deer season!
Coach Shawn Good comes to the Spectrum with 10+ years of high school coaching experience and 12+ years of AAU playing and coaching experience. Coach Good graduated from Columbus East high school in Columbus Indiana. He is a 92′ graduate of Fork Union Military Academy where he played for Coach Fletcher Arritt. Coach Good earned a basketball scholarship for Virginia Tech from 92′-96, where he led the Hokies to the 95′ NIT championship making the All-Tournament team. In 96′ coach Good led the Hokies to the NCAA tournament, where he received first round player of the game honors and averaged 15 points a game. He also led the team in field goal percentage in 95′ and was a thousand point scorer for his career.
After his career at Virginia Tech coach Good attended NBA camps held by NBA great Bill Walton. During camp coach Good worked with Bill Walton, Bob Hill formerly of the San Antonio Spurs and Hal Wissel formerly of the New Jersey Nets. Coach Good played with the AIA basketball USA Tour Team in 96′ and traveled to Brazil in 97′ to play against the national teams of Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.
Coach Good is currently the Head Varsity Boys coach at Roanoke Catholic High School and the former Head Coach at Christiansburg High School (2012 State Champion) and Co-Founder of Just 2 Good Basketball camps in Indiana. Coach Good is married to his wife Kelly. The couple has three children Hayse, Rinnah and Gatlen.
Coach Good is passionate about helping kids develop the work ethic and attitude needed to be successful in life through the game of basketball!
MEGAN EVANS SCHUMEYER, Ph.D., C.S.C.S., FMS-1
Megan is a native of north central PA and moved to the New River Valley as a student athlete at Virginia Tech in 2001. During her record-breaking career as a softball player at Virginia Tech she was a 4 time- NSCA All region selection, ASA All- American, and finished her career 23 different school records. In September of 2017 she was inducted into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame for her accomplishments as a standout softball player.
After her softball career with the Hokies and receiving her B.S. in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise, she became a Strength and Conditioning graduate assistant in the athletics department while working on her advanced degrees at Virginia Tech. She was hired in 2009 as an Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning for Olympic Sports and has worked with most of the teams in Olympic sports area at some time or other. Some of her teams’ notable accomplishments were, several women’s track ACC Championships, and National Championships, Women’s soccer College Cup final 4 appearance in 2013, NCAA representatives in Swimming and Diving, and Women’s Lacrosse Historical Season in 2018.
Megan completed her Ph.D. in Education in May of 2014 and currently holds a certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She also received her Functional Movement Systems (FMS) certification in 2010. After leaving Virginia Tech in 2018 she is pursuing a career in higher education as an Adjunct Professor at Radford University in the Department of Health and Human Performance