Ron Prince (born September 18, 1969, in Omaha, Nebraska) is a football coach who currently coaches special teams at the University of Virginia. From 2005 through 2008, Prince was the head coach at Kansas State University. He was one of six African-American head coaches in the NCAA Division I-Bowl Subdivision in 2008. He was terminated from his post at the end of the 2008 season.
Prince succeeded head coach Bill Snyder at Kansas State following the 2005 season. When he started his first season at Kansas State, in 2006, he was 36 years old and the third-youngest head coach in the Division I-Bowl Subdivision.
During the 2006 season, Prince led Kansas State to its first winning record since 2003 with a 7–6 mark, as well as a berth in the inaugural Texas Bowl. The hallmark win of the regular season was a 45–42 upset of then #4 University of Texas on November 11, 2006. Kansas State lost the 2006 Texas Bowl to #16 Rutgers University 37-10.