Williams steps down at NAIA Northwestern Ohio

Northwestern Ohio has announced that Caleb Williams will be leaving his post as the Racers’ head men’s basketball coach after six seasons at the helm. Williams noted that the time felt right to make a change and he is looking forward to the next chapter in his life.

During his six seasons with UNOH, Williams posted a 57-108 overall record while going 35-78 in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference games. Williams’ Racers earned two WHAC Tournament bids in the 2019-20 and 2021-22 seasons and earned his best record of 14-16 in the 2017-18 campaign. UNOH is coming off a season in which they made a program record 285 three-point attempts with two players setting single-season records for three-point percentage (John Barker – .440, Biggz Johnson – .439). Seven players under Williams earned All-WHAC honors with ten named to the WHAC All-Academic Team. 

Williams shared his appreciation for the support of the university and community during his time at UNOH. 

“I greatly appreciate [everyone] during my time here,” Williams said. “At the end of the day, I felt it was in the best interest for both myself and for the program to make a change. I will be wishing everyone the best of luck here and will always be a fan of all the people in this athletic department.”

Northwestern Ohio’s athletic department will be begin the search for a new head coach immediately. 


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