Hubert West reflects on legacy as UNC’s first Black head coach


replaced as the head coach for UNC-Chapel Hill’s men’s basketball team, becoming the program’s first Black head coach and fourth overall in any program at the school. But it was another Hubert — Hubert West Jr. — who made history as the first Black head coach at UNC, for the school’s track and field program in 1981-83. (Chatham News & Record)

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Hubert West reflects on legacy as UNC’s first Black head coach


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