George Rosales has resigned as Ventura College’s football coach, the school confirmed Friday.
Rosales compiled a record of 9-30 in four years with the Pirate program.
Gary Anglin, a 14-year assistant coach, will fill in as interim coach until the search for a new head coach is completed.
Anglin is not a candidate for the permanent job.
“We’re looking for a complete program leader to bring the Ventura College football program back into prominence,” said Dick James, Ventura’s athletic director.
Ventura finished 3-7 this season.
Next up: The Northridge women’s volleyball team, champion of the Big Sky Conference and tournament, will learn on Sunday who it will face in the first round of the 48-team NCAA tournament, which begins Dec. 4.
Harris out: Chris Harris, a junior who scored 19 goals for the Simi Valley High soccer team last season, is academically ineligible, Coach Rob Looyen said.
Change of seasons: Jennifer Espinosa, an All-Marmonte League goalkeeper in soccer last season at Thousand Oaks High, has transferred to attend The Pomfret School in Pomfret, Conn., where she will play ice hockey.
Stepping down: Canyon High girls’ soccer Coach Michele Braceros said she will resign at the end of this season.
In four seasons as varsity coach, Braceros, who is 33-24-10 with the Cowboys, has guided Canyon to a Foothill League title and three Southern Section playoff appearances.