Cardinal O’Hara announced the resignation of boys’ basketball coach Jason Harrigan on Sunday.
Harrigan compiled a 16-29 overall mark and a 5-21 record in Catholic League play in two seasons.
“It was a difficult decision, but I decided to resign,” Harrigan said. “The vision I shared with the previous administration wasn’t the same as with the new one.
“I love coaching. I’m appreciative of my two years at O’Hara. I’m definitely going to miss the kids.”
Harrigan previously coached at now-closed Del-Val Charter for six seasons. He guided the Warriors to Public League and PIAA District 12 Class 3A titles in 2016.
“We thank Coach Harrigan for his two years at Cardinal O’Hara and wish him the best of luck moving forward,” O’Hara athletic director B.J. Hogan said in a release.
Hogan said the search for a new coach would begin immediately.