Clint Williams is in his second season as an assistant coach at Moberly Area Community College, and fifth season of coaching at the collegiate level. Williams previously served as an assistant women’s basketball coach at Merrimack College, an NCAA Division II program located in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Last season Williams helped the Greyhound Women to an 18-14 record and tie for second place in the NJCAA Region 16 regular season standings. He worked primarily with the post players, while also coordinating recruiting, serving as the team video coordinator, and assisting with scouting, player skill development, practice preparation, and the academic monitoring of the student-athletes.
During his one season at Merrimack, Williams was primarily responsible for individual instruction, scouting, recruiting, and monitoring the academic performance of student-athletes and helped the Warriors to a 14-13 mark, while hosting their first Northeast-10 Conference Tournament game in 10 years.
Prior to Merrimack, Williams spent two seasons as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Tuskegee University in Alabama. During that time the Golden Tigers were 36-25 overall and won back to back Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference West Division Championships. Tuskegee finished 21-12 during the 2013-2014 season as they won the SIAC Conference Tournament and qualified for the NCAA Division II National Tournament, where they advanced to the Elite Eight.
Williams, a native of the U.S. Virgin Islands, began his collegiate playing career at Arkansas Baptist College, averaging 16 points, 12 rebounds, and four assists over the course of two seasons. He then transferred to Tuskegee University to complete his eligibility and averaged 10 points and eight rebounds per contest. Williams would go on to compete professionally for the Georgia Gwizzlies of the American Basketball Association and the Kings of the New Breed Basketball Association in St. Croix.
“I’m excited to have Clint back for a second season,” said MACC head coach Chad Killinger. “He is very enthusiastic and has the ability to help our post players develop into the best players that they can be. Having competed at the junior college level he is also be able to help our players adjust to the daily expectations that we have in our program.”
Williams earned his Associate’s Degree in African American Leadership from Arkansas Baptist College, while receiving his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Tuskegee University.