Tennessee State head coach Tom Opdenbrouw will not return as the Tigers' head coach in 2018, the school announced on Friday.
Opdenbrouw assembled a 33-119 record during his three-year tenure at TSU, including just nine victories in conference play. The Tigers posted a 9-64 mark in Ohio Valley Conference games during Opdenbrouw's time at the helm of the program.
In 2017, Tennessee State went 12-37 overall with a 2-19 mark in conference play.
Opdenbrouw was in his second tenure with TSU softball, following a two-year stint as an assistant coach from 2008-2010. From 2010-2014, he served as Director of Football Operations for the Tigers' squad on the gridiron.
An Army veteran, Opdenbrouw's resume also includes several years spent as head coach at Lindsey Wilson College of the NAIA, as well as assistant coaching stops at SUNY Utica/Rome and SUNY Oneonta.