Dublin Jerome is seeking a new girls basketball coach after the resignation of Natalie Herring, who led the program for four seasons.

This winter, the Celtics went 15-10 to post their first winning record since Herring took over for the 2016-17 season.

They also made it to a Division I district semifinal for the second time, with the other appearance coming in Herring’s first season.

Jerome went 40-53 under Herring, who previously coached North Union to a 147-28 mark with six Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference titles and three Division III district championships in seven seasons.

The Celtics were 19-26 in the two seasons before Herring’s arrival.

“She has been an outstanding coach for us,” athletics director Joe Bline said. “We are very sorry to see her go. She had an incredible knowledge and passion for the game and really improved our program. We wish her and her family nothing but the best and we’re very thankful for the time she and her staff spent with us.”