Longtime Belmont coach Seth Sheridan left his position as women’s track and field head coach early last week.
Sheridan, who also previously served as women’s cross country head coach, was an eight-time Coach of the Year for that sport during his 16-plus years at Belmont.
The university did not release any information about Sheridan’s exit.
“Belmont University does not comment on the specifics of any personnel matter,” said Belmont Director of Communications Greg Pillon. “I can confirm that Seth Sheridan is no longer employed by the university.”
During his tenure, the women’s cross country team won seven Atlantic Sun Championship titles and a record number of five athletes participated in the 2007 NCAA Regional meet.
Sheridan is a Belmont alum who was an all-district performer and two-time national qualifier in track and field during his collegiate career.
Belmont Athletics has not announced a search for a new coach.