Tom Arth is expected to be the next head coach of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team, multiple sources confirmed to the Times Free Press.
Arth, 35, spent the last four seasons as the head coach of Division III John Carroll. Arth reached the playoffs three times and compiled a 40-8 record. His team produced a winning percentage of at least .800 each season.
John Carroll won the Ohio Athletic Conference outright for the first time since 1989 and ended conference foe Mount Union's 112-game regular season win streak and 24 consecutive league titles with a 31-28 win Nov. 12.
Arth was the Division III Coach of the Year for 2016.
He was the first John Carroll coach in any sports to earn a national honor in 42 years, according to the team's website.