Bill Cartun enters his fourth year with the University of Colorado men’s basketball staff and his second year as the Director of Basketball Operations.
Entering his second year as the director of operations, Cartun is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations of the basketball program, overseeing the budget, and coordinating team travel and video. He also serves as the camp director of the CU basketball summer camps.
In the last three years as the team’s video coordinator, Cartun was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the team’s film and video needs, including opponent scouting, coordinating film exchange, managing the video room and supplying the coaching staff with game film.
“Bill is very dependable and continues to branch out in his roles on our staff with the operations and team travel, along with his video coordination ability,” said CU head coach Tad Boyle. “Bill’s the best video guy I have ever been around in the business, very dependable and handles a lot of details in our office. We had a record number of participants at our summer camp, and he did a great job as our camp coordinator. He continues to develop and grow as a coach.”
Prior to coming to the Boulder campus, Cartun spent three years (2007-2010) with the Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA as the basketball operations assistant and assistant video coordinator. With the Bobcats, he prepared video scouting edits for the coaches and players, scouted collegiate talent, and assisted in NBA draft preparation.
He is a 2005 graduate of Bates College where he received his bachelor’s degree in economics. Cartun earned a master’s degree in sport management from the University of Connecticut in 2007. While at UConn he worked with the men’s basketball team as a student assistant.
Cartun is a 2000 graduate of Avon High School in Avon, Conn., where he was a two-time all-State basketball selection.
Cartun and his wife, Ashley, reside in Superior.