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In the late 1970s, Elk Grove native Bill Cartwright put the University of San Francisco on the map by leading the Dons to national prominence in college basketball. After a 16 year career in the NBA that was followed by a coaching career, Cartwright returns to USF as Director of Special Initiatives. But more than that, Cartwright will serve as an ambassdor to the private-catholic university, reaching out to the community and school alumni. The Sacramento Bee
In the late 1970s, Elk Grove native Bill Cartwright put the University of San Francisco on the map by leading the Dons to national prominence in college basketball. After a 16 year career in the NBA that was followed by a coaching career, Cartwright returns to USF as Director of Special Initiatives. But more than that, Cartwright will serve as an ambassdor to the private-catholic university, reaching out to the community and school alumni. The Sacramento Bee

Bill Cartwright taking USF to new heights, again

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