Coaching Staff

Head Coach: William Greenwood II

Year: Fifth

William Greenwood is entering his fifth season as Head Coach of the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus men's basketball program in 2019-2020. During his tenure, the Wombat mens basketball program has transformed into an annual WCC contender.

Greenwood owns a 61-42 overall record and a 38-19 record in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference (WCC).  He has coached eight All-WCC players, two WCC East players of the year, and nine academic all-conference achievers.

2018-2019:  Last season the Wombats earned their first WCC Eastern Division championship in 19 years by marking a 14-2 record in the conference and a 19-7 record overall.  Sheboygan also played in the WCC Championship game for the second year in a row and finishing runners-up.  Greenwood was voted WCC East Coach of the Year for the second time in three years.  In only four years of coaching, Greenwood's 61 wins already places him second all-time in Wombat history.

2017-2018: UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus turned another corner building the Wombats into an annual WCC contender.  UWS reached the conference title game for the first time since 1988-1989.  With a record of 18-11, the Wombats notched back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1995-1996.   Greenwood's 42 wins in three years was as many as the Wombats had in the previous decade before his arrival.

2016-2017: Greenwood guided the Wombats to an 18-7 overall record and a 10-2 record in the WCC East.  The campaign earned UWS their first winning season in 17 years and the 18 overall wins were the most since 1983-1984.  Greenwood was voted WCC East Coach of the Year for the team's efforts.

2015-2016: Greenwood's first year with the Wombats ended with a 6-17 overall record and a 4-8 mark in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference after being hired two weeks before the season began.  UWS was lauded for their strong team play, academic achievement, and setting a strong standard of character for the future. 

Before coming to  UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus, Greenwood was the head boy's basketball coach at Gillett High School in Wisconsin.  He has served at various levels with the Shawano, Sheboygan North, Oshkosh West, and Freedom basketball programs.

Greenwood is a UW-Oshkosh graduate and teaches Chemistry and AP Chemistry at Sheboygan North High School.  Greenwood makes his residence in Sheboygan, WI.

UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus Career Record: 61-42 (38-19 WCC)

Year Record (Conference) Place Achievements
2018-2019 19-7 (14-2) T-1st WCC East Coach of the Year
WCC East Division Co-Champs
WCC Tournament Runners-Up
2017-2018 18-11 (10-7 WCC) 3rd WCC Tournament Runners-Up
2016-2017 18-7 (10-2 WCC) 2nd WCC East Coach of the Year
2015-2016 6-17 (4-8 WCC) T-5th  

Assistant Coach: Lawrence Adams

Year: Third

Lawrence Adams enters his third season as assistant men's basketball coach at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus in 2018-2019.​

Adams helped the Wombats earn their first winning season in 17 years, an appearance in the conference championship game, and guided the team's post players to perform among the toughest in the league.  He brings passion, energy, and motivation to the each player and coach in the program.  Adams is also an assistant football coach for the Lutheran-Christian Varsity Football team and played college football as a defensive lineman at Lakeland University.​

Adams is a Lakeland graduate and currently works for the Kohler Company.  He makes his residence in Sheboygan, WI with his wife Lisa and four daughters.​

Assistant Coach: Jovan Sanders

Year: Second

Jovan Sanders enters his second year as assistant men's basketball coach at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus in 2018-2019.​

In his first season, Coach Sanders helped the Wombats to an 18-11 record and an appearance in the conference championship game.  Sanders brings a wealth of basketball experience in his history to the Wombat program.  He played prep basketball at Milwaukee Riverside High School.  Following his high school career, Sanders played collegiately for Lakeland University.  Sanders has coached basketball at the youth level.​

Sanders is a Colorado Technical University graduate and a US Army Veteran.  Sanders currently works for Amazon and resides in Sheboygan with his wife Michelle and three children.