Four-year starter at Clemson University where he started 74 of his 82 appearances. The English midfielder contributed a total of 13 goals and 17 assists during his college career and helped Clemson reach the final of the 2015 College Cup. The Liverpool, England native spent 13 years at the Everton Youth Academy and was a member of the side that won the 2013-14 Youth Premier League.
2017 (Clemson): First Team All-ACC Selection. Named to the United Soccer Coaches' Third Team All-South Region. Recorded four goals in his second season as co-captain for the Tigers.
2016 (Clemson): As a co-captain for the Tigers in 2016, Shannon was named to the All-ACC Second Team and awarded the Dalton Family Most Valuable Player by Clemson soccer staff. Played in 23 total matches, recording over 2,000 minutes. Led the team with six assists and recorded one game-winning goal. Earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team. Named to Clemson's Honor Roll for maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA during the Spring 2017 semester. Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll (3.0 GPA or higher) for the second time.
2015 (Clemson): Named to the All-ACC Third Team. Played in 22 matches, starting 18. Scored five goals on the season, including two game-winning goals (one against South Carolina and one against Virginia Tech). Assisted four goals, tallying 14 points, finishing fourth on the team. Took 31 total shots, averaging 1.41 shots per game. Tigers lost to Stanford in NCAA Championship
2014 (Clemson): Played in 18 matches, starting 14 in the midfield. Scored three goals on the season, including two golden goals (one at Providence on Sept. 14 and one against Coastal Carolina in the regular season on Oct. 21). Assisted on two more goals during his freshman season. Took 22 total shots, including a career high four against Notre Dame in the ACC Tournament semifinals. Named to Clemson’s Dean’s List for maintaining at least a 3.5 GPA during the Spring 2015 semester.