SAN ANTONIO (BP)–Quentin Thomas ended his North Carolina career Saturday night as the winningest player in the Tarheels’ storied history.
But the senior guard said his personal faith in Jesus Christ was enough to help him overcome the career-ending loss to Kansas.
“I keep my faith in good times and bad. God is enough for me and I know I’m strong through Him,” Thomas said.
Thomas was a part of 117 North Carolina wins and is the only member of the current team who played on the 2004-05 national championship squad.
He said he hopes to play professionally somewhere next season or perhaps go into ministry.
Art Stricklin is a sports correspondent for Baptist Press and director of ministry relations for Marketplace Ministries in Dallas.