Roy Williams, who led the University of North Carolina to three NCAA championships, is retiring after 33 seasons and 903 wins as a college basketball head coach. The 2007 Naismith Hall of Fame inductee will address the media at a press conference on Roy Williams Court at the Dean E. Smith Center today (Thursday, April 1)
A few things… Roy Williams confirmed to the Herald-Sun that UNC DBO Brad Frederick is on the road recruiting and will be bumped up to to assistant coach replacing C.B. McGrath who became the head coach at UNC Wilmington earlier in the spring. It also sounds like assistant DBO Sean May will be elevated to
Here’s a great video courtesy of GoHeels TV of Roy Williams and the Tarheels on Day 1 of practice.
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams collapsed during a timeout in the second half of last night’s game at Boston College. Williams was taken to the locker room, and assistant coach Steve Robinson coached UNC the rest of the game. Following the Tar Heels 68-65 victory, Williams said that he had a bout of vertigo,
HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Sean May, the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, has joined the University of North Carolina men’s basketball staff as assistant to the director of player development. Sports Illustrated named May the National Player of the Year in 2005. He averaged 22.3 points and 10.7 rebounds in
I just wanted to give an update on the event that Oakland Head Coach Greg Kampe is running in conjunction with the American Cancer Society. Kampe, who has been the head coach at Oakland for the past 31-years, has organized a one of a kind weekend, including golf and dinner with ten of the top