Washington College hopes to make announcement on head coach by July 1
Washington College is still in the process of interviewing candidates for its vacant head coaching position, a school spokesman said Tuesday morning.
The spokesman said the college’s timetable includes making an announcement by July 1.
The Shoremen have been without a head coach since May 12 when J.B. Clarke resigned. Clarke, who had also been the school’s assistant athletic director, had guided Washington to a combined 138-63 record and seven NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. In 2004, the school reached its first Final Four since 1998.
But the Shoremen went 4-10 this season and had to deal with a hazing incident prior to the beginning of the season.