Will Conroy Named Assistant Coach

SEATTLE – Former Washington Men’s Basketball standout Will Conroy has been added to head coach Lorenzo Romar’s staff as an Assistant Coach, the program announced Thursday.
June 4, 2015

Q&A - Will Conroy

Dawgman.com spoke Thursday with Will Conroy after the news became official; Conroy would become Washington’s next assistant basketball coach, taking over the vacancy left when TJ Otzelberger moved back to Iowa State.
June 4, 2015

DawgmanRadio - Will Conroy Hired!

With the breaking news Thursday that former Washington hoops star Will Conroy was named a UW Assistant Basketball Coach, all sorts of questions came. How would he do in recruiting? How would he impact the 2015-16 team in terms of his energy, enthusiasm and love for UW Basketball? Dawgman.com's Chris Fetters and Head of Hoops Aaron Beach hash it all out in this 10-minute DawgmanRadio.
June 4, 2015

Does Hiring Will Conroy make sense?

With TJ Otzelberger leaving Washington’s basketball staff for a return to Iowa State, the Huskies lost their best recruiter. Otz was a pit bull when it came to recruiting. Names being thrown around for his replacement like Ken Bone, Curtis Allen, and Bill Grier. While they are all very good coaches and each would be a fantastic hires, is there a name out there that could bring something different?
April 7, 2015

Pointing out the best

When it comes to running the offense in basketball, the point guard is normally the one that a head coach will turn to. The "one", as they are numerically known, carries out the offensive scheme and attempts to create scoring opportunities for his teammates.
February 15, 2012

The long road home for Conroy

It's been a while since we caught up with former Husky point guard Will Conroy. He's been up and down the NBA ladder and he even made a trip to Italy to play some ball. We spoke with Conroy recently and he talked about what's up next for him as well as what is different about the game across the pond.
May 12, 2008

Romar on Overton

Washington Head Basketball Coach Lorenzo Romar knew he had a keeper in Venoy Overton when the 6-foot guard from Franklin High in Seattle did something reminiscent of another successful Husky guard, Will Conroy. He kissed the 'W'.
April 13, 2007