The recently resigned boys’ basketball coach of Kennedy Catholic High School has agreed to plead guilty to evading taxes on nearly $3.8 million in revenue from his Mercer County business, according to a court document.

In a motion filed in U.S. District Court on Thursday, Dustin Golub waived an arraignment and agreed to enter a guilty plea in the case.

Federal investigators earlier this month issued a bill of information charging Golub with three counts of tax evasion.

Golub allegedly filed false and fraudulent tax forms in 2017, 2018, and 2019 that under-reported income by $764,731, $1,483,371, and $1,543,789 in each of those respective years from Penn Ohio Roofing and Siding, a company that Golub and his wife both own.

A conviction could bring up to a five-year prison sentence, a $250,000 fine, a $100,000 penalty for each count, an order of restitution, and three years of probation.

According to the motion filed by a defense attorney, Golub has agreed to take part in the plea hearing on video.  A date for the hearing had not been set as of Friday morning.

Golub was named as Kennedy Catholic boys basketball coach in July, replacing Rick Mancino, who stepped down after the abbreviated season. Golub resigned his coaching job shortly after being charged.

 Golub is a 2003 Sharon graduate and attended Kennedy Catholic in 2000-2001 and was a state championship team member.