Bill Cartun enters his fourth year with the Colorado men’s basketball staff as the Coordinator of Operations.
Although not associated with the coaching duties on the court, Cartun is an integral part of the behind the scenes success of the Buffaloes off the court.
In his role, Cartun is 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.
Cartun also directs the day-to-day operations of the program and oversees team travel and the team’s budget. He also serves as the Camp Director of the CU basketball summer camps.
Cartun comes to Boulder after spending 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 Connecticut 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.