HASTINGS, NE — Hastings College is looking for a new athletic director.

The college announced on Wednesday that B.J. Pumroy is no longer the school’s AD. Pumroy had served in that role since 2019.

In a statement, Executive President Dr. Rich Lloyd thanked Pumroy for his service to Hastings College.

He’s hired a number of talented coaches that will continue to carry Bronco athletics forward, and he successfully navigated our program during the past two years of the pandemic. All of us at the College wish B.J. well in his future endeavors,” Lloyd said.

Former President Dr. Travis Feezell hired Pumroy in May 2019, citing his broad experience and belief in mentoring students to be their best. Previously, Pumroy was athletic director for a Maryland prep school, Division ll Shepherd University and NAIA Valley City State University. He replaced Patty Sitorius, who retired after four years leading the Broncos athletic department.

In recent months, Pumroy hired Trey Heckadon as men’s wrestling coach and Todd Raridon as men’s basketball coach.

In a news release, the school said it is launching a search to fill the position but didn’t lay out a specific timeline.