Introducing Camden Levett as the interim head coach of the Lady Trappers. Levett steps in after assisting Rocky Mountain College to their best season in program history.
Levett spent one year as the assistant coach for the Battlin’ Bears but left his mark. In his lone season at Rocky they had 2 NAIA All-Americans, 4 All-Conference selections, reached the Frontier Conference Tournament Championship, earned a 5 seed in the National Tournament, set a record for most wins in a season (23), and had a top 3 defense in country holding opponents to just 51 points per game.
Behind the scenes Levett has been in charge of player development, strength and conditioning, care and prevention of athletic injuries, off season workouts/conditioning, scouting reports, film exchange, teams social media accounts, team travel, budgeting, and recruiting of varsity and junior varsity rosters. While also coaching Montana’s AA girls in the Hi-line innovational tournament held in Havre, MT and directing satellite boys and girls basketball camps throughout the Midwest in the summer.
Prior to his stint with RMC, Levett spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Central Methodist University in Fayette, MO. The Lady Eagles racked up an impressive 50 wins and only 15 losses while averaging nearly 80 points per game. They had 8 All-Conference selections, 4 NAIA All-Americans, 2 national tournament appearances and 1 Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship.
In Levett’s 3 seasons as an NAIA Division 1 assistant coach, he’s been a part of 73 wins and a winning percentage of .752 with 3 trips to the National Tournament. Prior to his time at the collegiate ranks, he coached high school boys’ basketball at Grandview High School and Vista Peak Prep both in Aurora, Colorado