Charlie Diskin has resigned as head football coach at Toms River East, district athletic director Joe Arminio told Shore Sports Network on Friday.

Diskin compiled a 48-54 record in 10 seasons at the helm, leading the Raiders to three Shore Conference divisional titles and two state sectional semifinal appearances. Toms River East captured the now-defunct American Division title in 2006, Diskins' first season after taking over for Arminio, as the Raiders finished 10-1. East also won consecutive Constitution Division championships in 2008 and 2009, going 10-1 again in 2009.

Head coach Charlie Diskin and Matt Gudzak of Toms River East (File photo, Townsquare Media NJ)

Toms River East has not had a winning record since 2009, however, going 5-5 in 2010 before five straight seasons under .500.

The position will be posted today, according to Arminio.

Diskin is the second Shore Conference coach to resign this year after Donovan Catholic's Dan Duddy stepped down last week.