A former Montgomery County coach has entered a plea to stalking and harassment.
Timothy Udinski, former head lacrosse coach at Lansdale Catholic High school, pleaded no contest to two counts of stalking and two counts of harassment on Friday.
The school fired Udinski in the fall of 2011 after several heated arguments with players and staff.
Prosecutors said he had also been the target of unfounded accusations.
After that, the Philadelphia Archdiocese received emails accusing the school's football and lacrosse coaches of soliciting sex from players, but those accusations were unfounded.
Officials said Udinski admitted sending the emails, saying he was mad about being fired.
Udinski will be sentenced within 90 days.