Shaheen Holloway coached Saint Peter’s to one of the most improbable runs in NCAA Tournament history.

After a loss to North Carolina in the Elite 8, Holloway is expected to move on from the Peacocks in the coming days, according to a report from Jerry Carino of Asbury Park Press and Gannett New Jersey.

“No surprise, but nonetheless: Shaheen Holloway is expected to finalize terms in the coming days to become Seton Hall’s next head coach. He’ll be introduced no later than Wednesday. A favorite son — the favorite son — is coming home.”

Holloway came to Saint Peter’s from his alma mater, Seton Hall, in 2018, after he spent the previous 8 seasons as the associate head coach at his alma mater, Seton Hall, under Kevin Willard. Willard recently became the head coach at Maryland.

Holloway is in his fourth season at Saint Peter’s and despite a 10-22 record his first season, he is 64-57 overall.

After wins over Kentucky and Murray State earlier this NCAA Tournament, Holloway was asked about job rumors and he said, via the Associated Press, “I’m not worried about that. I worry about the job I have right now. I worry about the team I have right now. I worry about what we doing right now. That’s the only thing that is important. “Everything else, it’s just hoopla,” he added. “I don’t get to rumors and that type of stuff. I focus on the mission in front of me right now and what’s in front of me is trying to help these gentlemen accomplish their goals and dreams.”