The Delaware State athletic department has relieved head coach Kenny Carter, and athletic director Skip Perkins of their duties, according to a report by the Delaware State News.

Carter, whose contract expires in January, went 3-30 in his three years as head coach.

Carter took over after the university declined to renew former coach Kermit Blount’s contract before the 2015 season. Delaware State only won one game in Carter’s first year, they had a winless 2016 season.

Carter was actually coming off his best season, a 2-8 campaign that featured a pair of losses to FBS programs West Virginia and Florida State.

Perkins was named Delaware State’s athletic director in November 2015 after serving as the schools interim AD since January 2014.

Before arriving on the Dover, Del. campus, Perkins served as the AD at Howard from 2011 to 2014, and as the athletic director at Arkansas-Pine Bluff from 2007-2010.

According to the DSU athletic website, Mary Hill currently serves as the school’s interim athletic director.



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