Rutgers basketball head coach Derek Kellogg announced that he will retire following the 2016-17 season.
He joins former head coach Jim Boeheim as the only head coaches to leave the program in the past decade.
Kellogg’s announcement comes as the Scarlet Knights were rocked by the rape of a former player, a series of sexual assault allegations, and other issues.
This is the latest in a series that has seen the program and its players, including former Scarlet Knights player and former coach Justin Garrett, come under fire for the actions of some of their players.
On Thursday, the New Jersey-based attorney general announced that the state of New Jersey would not be filing a lawsuit against Rutgers for the alleged rape and sexual assault of a student.
Instead, it will instead seek a civil judgment against the school.
Rutgers is also being sued by two former players who have accused the university of not doing enough to protect them after the rape.
The lawsuit was filed in March of this year, and has been widely criticized by Rutgers fans.