Wayne State College

Ryun Williams

Inducted: 2013

Ryun Williams spent nine seasons (1998-2008) as head women's basketball coach at Wayne State College and is the school's all-time winningest coach with a record of 182-106 (.632). He inherited a program that won just 13 games in the two previous seasons and turned the Wildcats into a Northern Sun Conference and North Central/Central Region contender. While at WSC, Williams led the .Cats to the 2005-06 NSIC regular season and tournament titles with a then school record 27 wins (27-4) and the school.s first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. In three of his last four seasons, he led the Wildcats to 20 wins or more with two more NCAA Tournament appearances. Williams then moved on to the Division I ranks where he spent four seasons as his alma mater, the University of South Dakota, guiding the Coyotes to a 76-47 record and an appearance in the WNIT and is now the head coach at Colorado State. Ryun Williams was inducted into the Wayne State College Athletic Hall of Fame on September 28, 2013.