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William "Speedy" Morris (born April 26, 1942) is a retired college basketball coach. He was head coach at La Salle University from 1986 to 2001. He led the Explorers to four NCAA tournament appearances. His 238 wins are the most in school history.

His best team was the 1989-1990 unit, led by Lionel Simmons and Doug Overton, which posted a 30-2 record and finished 12th in both major polls.

Morris was the first Division I coach to coach both the men's and women's program at a school.

While at La Salle, Morris coached future NBA players Simmons, Overton, Randy Woods, Tim Legler, and Rasual Butler. However, he was forced to resign in 2001 after eight straight losing seasons.

He is currently the head basketball coach at Saint Joseph's Prep High School in Philadelphia.

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