Williams added to Morehead State WBB Staff

Morehead State women’s basketball is adding Connor Williams to its coaching staff. Williams was the 2023 Northwest Florida Daily News Girls Basketball Coach of the Year at Crestview High School.

Williams led Crestview for the past two seasons, taking over for his father Steve who was the longtime head girls basketball coach. In two seasons, Williams posted a 34-21 record and guided CHS to the 2023 Class 6A district I title. His first team went 21-8, setting the mark for most wins in more than an decade.

Prior to that, Williams served as girls basketball head coach at Central High School in Milton, Fla., for two seasons. His second squad produced a 15-12 record, the highest program win total in six years. They also appeared in the district title game for the first time in 20 seasons.

Williams began his professional coaching career at Crestview as well, serving as assistant from 2017-18 until 2019-20. The 2018-19 team won the Class 7A, district 2 championship.

As an undergraduate, Williams was a women’s basketball manager at West Florida. He was a part of the 2016-17 Gulf South Conference championship team, a squad that advanced to the Division II Elite 8.

Williams earned his bachelor’s degree in fitness and sport coaching from West Florida in 2019. He is working on his Master’s Degree in sport administration from Arkansas State.


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