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Billy J. Carlyle

Men's Basketball Coach, Assistant

Walters State Community College

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Walters State Community College

500 South Davy Crockett Parkway Rm 105, Humanities Complex

Morristown, Tennessee,37813

United States

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Assistant Coach

Oklahoma State University


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Motlow College Men's Basketball News

www.motlowsports.com [cached]

Walters State's Hall of Fame coach Bill Carlyle picked up a technical foul with 12:44 remaining and the Bucks leading 34-32.


www.wcrk.com

Bill and Marcia Carlyle, Dr. Steve Rippetoe, Denise Terry and the late Dr. Sam O'Dell, all of Hamblen County, were recognized with the unveiling of their portraits, which will be hung in the President's Trust Gallery at the college's Morristown Campus.
Bill Carlyle has been the head men's basketball coach at Walters State for 37 years.


www.njcaa.org

Bill Carlyle, Walters State Community College, Tenn.
Men's Assistant Region 7 Director (1996-2011)


Sports | Sevier County News

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MORRISTOWN, Tenn. - After two sub-par seasons on the hardwood the last couple years, veteran Walters State men's basketball coach Bill Carlyle and assistant
When evaluating the returning talent and looking back at past team's successes,Carlyle felt he needed to get back to a team that more resembled his high octane offense and hard-nosed defensive teams of the past. With this year's signing class of 14 players, he feels he has a team to do just that. "When you look back at our teams that were the most successful, we have been able to run the floor on offense and score from anywhere, and we have played tough defense," Carlyle said. "We kind of got away from that the last couple years and it has hurt us. Now we feel like we are back where we need to be roster wise." The talented group coming to Morristown this fall is high on talent but short on size, but Carlyle said that the overall athleticism of the group will make up for the size difference. "I feel like we have done a really good job in recruiting and are bringing in a group of kids that can really play," Carlyle said. "The guards we were able to sign will immediately help us with our production on perimeter shooting and distributing the basketball," Carlyle said. "Despite not having the type of size we normally have down low, we have guys that are athletic enough to get up and down the floor," Carlyle said. "As always, I'm looking forward to seeing how this team looks on the floor when you put them with the guys that we have returning," Carlyle said.


www.hutchnews.com

(Sandra J. Milburn/The Hutchinson News) The family of Walters State's head coach Bill Carlyle - Molly James, left, Will Holt, center, and Lisa Holt - cheer on the team during its overtime game against Connors State Wednesday at the NJCAA Tournament at the Sports Arena.
Head Coach Bill Carlyle's family sat behind one of the baskets, cheering loudly. Daughter Amy James said her family rarely misses a game. These players are like extended family, she said, noting basketball for her family is a lifestyle.


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