Williamson is in his first season as an assistant varsity coach at Rio Grande. He will also serve as the head coach of the school's junior varsity squad and is the program's film exchange coordinator.
A native of Ramage, W.Va., Williamson is a graduate of Salem International University, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education in 2010. He also received a Bachelor's Degree in Health Education from SIU in May 2011 and is currently working toward a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership.
Williamson was a three-year varsity basketball player at Scott High School in Madison, W.Va. before finishing his prep career at Logan (W.Va.) High School. As a senior, he was the captain of a Wildcat squad which finished 22-6 and captured the 2005 Class AA state championship.
Prior to arriving at URG, Williamson served as a student manager for both the men's basketball team at Fairmont State (W.Va.) University and the women's basketball team at West Virginia University. He was also a student assistant coach with the men's basketball team at Salem International, as well as an assistant boys' basketball coach at Logan High School and Logan Middle School.
Williamson is engaged to April Frye of Logan, W.Va.