Williams is the head athletic trainer for both the men and women's cross country and track and field teams.
In addition to William's responsibilities at BYU he continues to assist USA athletes going for gold in the sport of bobsled, skeleton, luge, track and field, and paralympic goalball.
Williams began his schooling at Ricks College in Idaho where he studied sports medicine and worked in the athletic training department. He later transferred and earned a bachelor's in athletic training (2003) and a master's degree (2005) from Utah State University. During his time there, he worked as a graduate assistant with the Aggie's track and field and cross country programs.
Prior to BYU
Williams spent one year doing fellowship for the U.S. Olympic Committee working particularly with winter Olympic athletes at the training center in Lake Placid, New York. Williams also worked on the medical staff for the 2004 track and field Olympic trials.
Parents, Tim and Ardith, with two younger brothers, Jake and T.J.