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Chris Campbell Resigns as Boston College Volleyball Head Coach

Campbell has been head coach since 2010

NCAA Football: Notre Dame at Boston College Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

This morning, Martin Jarmond announced that Chris Campbell has resigned as the head coach of Boston College volleyball. Campbell’s resignation comes at the close of BC’s season, following losses to Louisville and Notre Dame over the weekend.

Campbell has been head coach of the Eagles since 2010, during which team he amassed a 73-176 overall record and a 22-96 record in the ACC. This season, BC won only 7 games including 4 in the ACC. Campbell’s best year at BC was in 2014, when he coached the team to an 11-18 record - only a .38 win percentage.

Allison Keeley, who had her first season on BC’s coaching staff this year, will act as interim head coach during the coaching search. Keeley played on the professional volleyball circuit from 1991-97. Since then, she has held numerous coaching gigs including head coaching jobs at Chaffey College, Southern Arkansas University, Villanova, UNLV, and East Stroudsburg University. At East Stroudsburg, she turned a 4-23 team into a team with a top 25 regional RPI.