Seth Greenberg (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
(USA TODAY) -- Multiple outlets are reporting that Virginia Tech will be making a men's basketball coaching change.
Seth Greenberg will no longer be the head coach at Virginia Tech, according to both Mark Giannotto of The Washington Postand David Teel of the Newport News Daily Press.
Athletic director Jim Weaver has called a press conference for 4 p.m. ET Monday afternoon, and Virginia Tech's athletic website is broadcasting -- in all capital letters -- that it will stream the press conference live.
Greenberg's teams went 167-117 in nine seasons at Virginia Tech. The Hokies made the NCAA tournament once (2006-07) and the NIT five times.
Virginia Tech finished ninth in the Atlantic Coast Conference last season.
The timing of the announcement is odd, but it does follow the news that two of Greenberg's three assistants have left the program, and the third is expected to do so as well. The director of basketball operations has left, too.