North Carolina introduced Thursday that Corridor of Fame basketball coach Roy Williams is retiring after a 33-year profession that features three nationwide championships.
The choice comes two weeks after Williams closed his 18th season with the Tar Heels and a extremely profitable run at Kansas earlier than that. Williams received 903 video games in a profession that included these three nationwide championships with the Tar Heels in 2005, 2009 and 2017.
UNC misplaced to Wisconsin within the first spherical of the NCAA Event in his remaining sport, which was Williams’ solely first-round loss in 30 tournaments.
Williams spent 10 seasons at his alma mater as an assistant coach to late mentor Dean Smith earlier than leaving to take over the Jayhawks program in 1988. He spent 15 seasons there, taking Kansas to 4 Remaining Fours and two nationwide title video games.
He handed on taking up at UNC in 2000 after the retirement of Invoice Guthridge, however in the end couldn’t say no a second time and returned as coach in 2003. Two years later, he broke by for his first nationwide championship within the first of 5 Remaining Fours with the Tar Heels.