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Name:Roy Williams
Hometown:Marion, NC
High School:T. C. Roberson
Born:August 1, 1950 (68)
Notes:3x NCAA Championship coach at UNC (2005, 2009, 2017), Basketball Hall of Fame
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'A special place in my heart': Brad Daugherty gives back to hometown
Black Mountain, N.C. is home to a rich sports history, with several ties to UNC. During the 1970s, Roy Williams began his coaching career at...

Cole Anthony Finalizes Announcement Plans
Nearly a year after Roy Williams made him North Carolina's top priority in the class of 2019, Cole Anthony, will announce his college decision in...

Analyst Prediction: Cole Anthony to North Carolina on Monday
Cole Anthony, the McDonald’s All-American Game MVP and one of the most highly recruited guards in the 2019 class, has set his announcement date for...

Mack Brown, Roy Williams to Compete in 2019 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge
UNC football coach Mack Brown and basketball coach Roy Williams will represent the Tar Heels in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament. Both...

Roy Williams, Mack Brown team up for Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge
North Carolina fans have been spoiled with some legendary coaches in their respective programs. The Tar Heels have two legends heading two of their biggest...

Analysts: Which team needs a class of 2019 basketball recruiting rally?
Which team needs to rally most down the stretch for its class of 2019? McDonald: I'll go with North Carolina. With Coby White declaring for...

Charleston Southern grad transfer Christian Keeling to meet with Roy Williams
Christian Keeling is a hot recruiting target. The 6-foot-4 graduate transfer shooting guard averaged over 17 points per game all three seasons at Charleston Southern...

Roy Williams visits former Virginia Tech commit Anthony Harris
North Carolina is showing interest in former Virginia Tech commit Anthony Harris. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Harris is a combo guard out of Paul IV Catholic...

Moving Forward: Uncertainty surrounds Tar Heels
Uncertainty surrounds North Carolina's basketball program. With their top five scorers gone, the Tar Heels’ best returner is Roy Williams, whose most important player has...

Roy Williams Watches Justin McKoy, Offers Scholarship
Roy Williams didn't travel far for his first stop of the spring's initial evaluation period. Williams opted to travel about 13 miles on Thursday afternoon...


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