One week out from its first match, Albany State is seeking a new women's tennis coach.
Former leader James Allen "Lenny" Gray, Jr. told WALB he was relieved of his duties on Friday.
The university released a statement Sunday night.
Albany State athletic director Sherie Gordon announced a change in leadership with the women’s tennis program, ending the tenure of interim head coach James Lenny Gray.
In one year under Gray, the ASU women’s tennis program compiled a 3-16 overall record, including a SIAC conference mark of 3-10.
“We thank Coach Gray for his service to our women’s tennis program and to the University,” Gordon said. “We wish him well in his future endeavors”.
A search for new leadership will begin immediately to find a new head coach.
Copyright 2017 WALB. All rights reserved.