Shoff comes to the Franklin & Marshall staff after six seasons as the coach at Columbia High School (Columbia, Pa.).
Shoff served as his own offensive coordinator at Columbia. His 2007 unit averaged 424 yards per game. In 2007, he coached the Lancaster-Lebanon League's leading rusher in Ben Guiles. Guiles set school records for rushing yards and touchdowns. Guiles record for rushing yards lasted only a single year before Shoff produced the L-L League's leading rusher again in 2008 with Dakotah Lightfoot.
2010 marks a return to the Centennial Conference for the league's 1998 Defensive Player of the Year. A Dickinson graduate, Shoff was an American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American First Team choice and an Associated Press Little All-American Third Team selection as a senior. He was named the Red Devils MVP that year and was selected to play in the Aztec Bowl where he recorded six tackles, including a sack.
Shoff graduated from Dickinson College with a degree in biology. He earned his master's degree in teaching and curriculum from Penn State.
A resident of Columbia, Pa., Shoff is a member of Dickinson's Sports Hall of Fame and the Susquehanna Valley Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.