For the second consecutive week, the Dublin Scioto High School athletics department has an opening for a soccer coach.

Chad Snider resigned Dec. 4 as boys coach after 10 years with the program.

“I’ve been thinking about this for the last year,” Snider said of his resignation. “Talking to family members, it was time to step away and look for a new adventure.”

Doug Williamson stepped down as girls coach Nov. 27 after two years with the program.

The boys team finished this season 2-15 overall and 0-6 in the OCC-Cardinal Division. During Snider’s tenure, the Irish went 70-88-15 overall and 19-38-11 in the OCC.

Scioto reached a Division I district final in 2011, losing to Dublin Coffman 2-1 to finish 18-1 overall. The Irish won the OCC-Cardinal title that season at 7-0.

“The cupboard is not totally empty, but it’s going to be a matter of everyone getting on the same page,” Snider said of the program’s future.

Before taking over at Scioto, Snider was the coach at Buckeye Valley for seven years.

“Coach Snider displayed dedication and commitment to the student-athletes while serving as boys soccer coach at Dublin Scioto,” athletics director Nick Magistrale said. “I appreciate Chad’s contributions to the Irish soccer program the past 10 seasons.”

Snider said he will keep his options open for a possible return to coaching.

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