Bishop McLaughlin has juggled a few of its athletic positions, the school announced Monday morning.
Last week, school administrators told Eddie Kenny they were eliminating his position as athletic director. Kenny said in an e-mail to the Times: "Unfortunately, I was notified on Thursday that my position would be no more and athletics would move under the PE department in an "old style" high school model."
The school announced Monday in a press release that Marty Williams would actually become the new athletic director, stepping down from his football coaching position. The school promoted Hurricanes assistant Matt Nardo to head coach.
A message left with Bishop McLaughlin principal Sarah Regan was not immediately returned.