Ken Williams (basketball)
Ken Williams is a retired American basketball player who is best known for leading NCAA Division I in rebounding as a senior in 1977–78. That season, he averaged 14.7 rebounds per game in 28 games. He was a four-year letter-winner at the University of North Texas from 1974–75 to 1977–78 and holds the top two single season rebounding totals in school history as well as the career total. He led the Mean Green in rebounding for three seasons, and in 1997 was inducted into the school's athletics hall of fame.
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