Vince Carter out at Von Steuben

Von Steuben coach Vince Carter hugs player Michael Gardner after they defeated Brother Rice. Sun-Times photo.

Vince Carter, one of the Public League’s most respected coaches, is out at Von Steuben after an 18-year run. Carter agreed to step down after a conversation with the Von Steuben administration.

“I would like to still be doing it,” Carter said.

Carter started at Von Steuben in 1977, he recently retired as a math teacher. He led the Panthers to the IHSA Elite Eight in 2003. His 2004 team, led by Angel Santiago and Ryne Hamblet, was the Sun-Times preseason No. 1 squad.

Marvin Williams will take over for Carter. He’s a longtime assistant at Von Steuben. Williams and Carter were co-head coaches last season.

Vince Carter at Von Steuben
1999-2000: 12-14
2000-2001: 22-5
2001-2002: 18-9
2002-2003: 22-9
2003-2004: 24-7
2004-2005: 21-8
2005-2006: 26-6
2006-2007: 26-6
2007-2008: 20-7
2008-2009: 14-11
2009-2010: 18-8
2010-2011: 5-18
2011-2012: 12-11
2012-2013: 10-14
2013-2014: 6-16
2014-2015: 16-11
2015-2016: 9-14
2016-2017: 4-18
Total: 285-192

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