UNC Men's Basketball Staff
Roy Williams
Head Coach
700
Reached 700 wins in fewer seasons than any coach in NCAA history
.792
Highest winning percentage of any active coach in the nation (20 years or more as a head coach)
7
Seven Final Fours

Entering his 12th year at Carolina in 2014-15: 306-89 (.775)

Entering his 27th year overall: 724-190 (.792)

 

  • • Tied with DePaul's Ray Meyer for 19th place all-time in wins with 724; Jerry Tarkanian and Norm Stewart are tied for 17th with 729
  • • Win at Florida State on 2/17/14 was his 300th at Carolina and set an ACC record for 300 wins in fewer games than any coach in ACC history (previous fastest to 300 was Dean Smith in 406 games)
  • • Win at Michigan State on 12/4/13 was the seventh time his teams have defeated the #1 ranked team in the country
  • • No. 1 in the country in win percentage among active coaches with 20 or more seasons (.792, 724-190)
  • • Sixth all-time in win percentage at .792
  • • Second-winningest coach in UNC (306) and Kansas (418) history
  • • Seventh in wins by an ACC coach with 306
  • • Third-best regular-season win percentage in ACC history (.768 by Vic Bubas, .728 by Dean Smith, .722 by Williams)
  • • Second-highest winning percentage (.644) ever in ACC road games at 58-32, leading all but Duke's Vic Bubas (.667)
  • • Led UNC to a winning record in ACC road games in eight of 11 seasons
  • • Won 20 or more games in 10 straight seasons, at least 25 wins seven times at UNC and at least 13 ACC games six times
  • • Carolina is 70-20 over the second half of ACC play in his 11 seasons
  • • Home record of 360-38 (158-21 Dean E. Smith Center, 201-17 at Allen Fieldhouse and 1-0 at Carmichael Arena), a win rate of 90.5 percent
  • • Won 15 regular-season conference titles, including 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012 at Carolina
  • • Member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame since 2007
  • • Named the Coach of the Decade for 2000-2009 by ESPN, Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News and FoxSports
  • • One of 14 coaches (five active) to win multiple NCAA titles
  • • Led Carolina to NCAA championships in 2005 and 2009 and another Final Four in 2008
  • • Tied for fourth all-time in Final Four appearances with seven (1991, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009)
  • • Third all-time in NCAA Tournament wins (63), third in games (85), seventh in appearances (24) and 11th in winning percentage (.741)
  • • Only coach to win NCAA Tournament game 20 consecutive years
  • • Won at least one game in 24 out of 24 NCAA Tournament appearances (Adolph Rupp is second with wins in his first 13 Tournaments)
  • • Reached 11 regional finals (five at KU, six at UNC)
  • • Third coach to lead two schools to the NCAA championship game
  • • No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament 10 times, 2nd-most ever by any coach (only four schools have been No. 1 seeds 10 times)
  • • Won 700 games in fewer seasons than any coach in history
  • • Won more games than any coach after nine, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 seasons
  • • Won 30 games 10 times, second-most all-time (five at UNC)
  • • Won 20 or more games 24 times (and 19 or more in all 26 years)
  • • Averaged 80 points or more per game 19 times
  • • National Coach of the Year 1990, 1991, 1992, 1997, 2005, 2006, 2009 and Conference Coach of the Year 1990, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2011
  • • Received the John Wooden Legends of Coaching Award in 2003
  • • Teams have been ranked No. 1 in the nation in 11 seasons and at least No. 2 in the country in 16 seasons
  • • Has coached four National Players of the Year, 12 first-team All-Americas, nine conference player or athletes of the year, 29 first-team all-conference players, 38 academic all-conference selections and two Academic All-Americas of the Year
  • • Coached Tyler Hansbrough, named college basketball's player of the decade (2000s) by Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News
  • • Coached three Bob Cousy Award winners (best point guard) - Tar Heels Raymond Felton, Ty Lawson and Kendall Marshal
  • • Has coached 25 first-round NBA Draft picks, including 2008 NBA Finals MVP Paul Pierce

 

Position: Head Coach
Hometown: Asheville, N.C.
Experience: 10 Years
Phone: 919-962-1154
UNC North Carolina Men's Basketball


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