After two seasons at the helm of the Bullis girls’ varsity basketball program, Hayley Hollis has decided to step down for personal reasons according to a source at the Potomac private school.
Although she did not reveal her future plans, Hollis confirmed in a text message that she “resigned a few weeks ago” and will be moving on.
During the 2015-16 campaign, Hollis guided Bullis to an overall 21-7 record including an 11-3 mark in the Independent School League.
Prior to her appointment at Bullis, Hollis was the associate head coach and director of operations for the Sherwood girls’ basketball program.
Prior to her stint at Sherwood, Hollis was the associate head coach of girls’ basketball at the Academy of the Holy Cross for three years.
Meanwhile, Good Counsel has parted ways with boys’ varsity head coach David Credle after a two-year stint at the Olney private school.
“They just said they weren’t going to renew my contract,” said Credle, who led Good Counsel to a 26-35 record during his tenure. “They told me that I lost the confidence of the kids. I was surprised because I thought I had the support of everyone.”
Credle, a Gonzaga graduate who played collegiately at Loyola, was promoted to head coach at Good Counsel in 2014 after serving as an assistant under Robert Churchwell the previous year. He inherited a team that went 1-24 and won 26 games over the past two seasons.