Roy Williams is one of the most accomplished coaches in the history of the sport. Originally a high school coach, Williams got his first head college job at Kansas in 1988, where he won 418 games in 15 seasons. He returned to his alma mater North Carolina in 2003, and over 18 seasons led the Tar Heels to 485 victories – making him the only coach in college basketball history to win 400 games at two schools. Williams’ UNC teams captured national championships in 2005, 2009 and 2017, and he led Kansas and Carolina to a combined nine Final Fours. He earned nine national Coach of the Year honors and nine conference Coach of the Year awards prior to retiring in 2021, and his 903 career wins are the third-most in history by a Division I coach.