Rocky Mountain College coach Wes Keller diagrams a play for his Battlin' Bears. (RICHIE MELBY/MTN Sports)

(Editor’s Note: This is a release from Rocky Mountain College)

BILLINGS – Rocky Mountain College women’s basketball coach Wes Keller has announced that Camden Levett has been hired to assist the Battlin’ Bears.

Levett comes to Rocky from Central Methodist University, Fayette, Mo., where he has spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s basketball program.

Central Methodist reached the Final 16 during the recent NAIA Women’s Division I Basketball National Championship hosted by the city of Billings.

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During his stay in Fayette, Levett helped lead the Eagles to two national tournament appearances, one conference title as well as a 50-15 record.

Prior to joining the staff at Central Methodist, where he was responsible for scouting and guard development, Levett assisted with the boys’ basketball program at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colo., for two seasons.

“We are extremely excited to have Camden joining our women’s basketball staff at Rocky,” Keller said. “He is a hard worker who is very passionate about the game of basketball.”

Levett, who is a native of Macon, Mo., received a Masters of Education degree from Central Methodist this May.

“I look forward to working and learning from Coach Keller,” Levett said. “Not only do I look forward to calling Billings and Rocky Mountain College my home, I look forward to hosting the national tournament for the next two seasons and competing for a national championship.”