Head Women's Basketball Coach
Wes Keller just wrapped up his second season as head coach of the Rocky Mountain College women’s basketball program. In Coach Keller's second season, the Battlin' Bears finished the year 15-16 overall, and fifth place finish in the Frontier Conference. Keller's team qualified for the Frontier Conference tournament for the first time since 2013. Coach Keller's team made great strides in his second season, they were ranked nationally for the first time since 2011 and defeated several nationally ranked opponents as well as cross-town rival Montana State University Billings. Coach Keller's team featured two all-conference players, Whitney Mitchell and Tenika Cepouch. Mitchell also earned All-American honors.
Before taking over the women's program at Rocky Mountain College, Coach Keller spent eight seasons assisting men’s basketball coach Bill Dreikosen and the Battlin’ Bears. During that time, the men’s basketball program won the Frontier Conference regular season championship, back-to-back Frontier Conference tournament championships, and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament three times, resulting in one NAIA Divison I National Championship.
Keller, a 1996 graduate of Helena High School, was an all-state basketball player and played collegiately at Miles Community College and UM-Western, where he earned all-conference status. His coaching career began at UM-Western, and he later moved on to be an assistant coach at Miles Community College. Keller spent two seasons at MCC before coming to Rocky Mountain College.
Keller earned a bachelor's of science degree from the University of Montana-Western.
Wes and his wife, Carie, are the proud parents of twins Hayden and Tucker.
Women's Assistant Basketball Coach
Coach Cam Levett enters his first season as the assistant coach with the Rocky Mountain College Women’s Basketball program. Levett will be involved in all assets of the program such as scouting reports, player development, recruitment, scheduling, social media admin, etc.
Levett comes to Billings by way of Central Methodist University (Fayette, Mo.), a final 16 team in the 2017 NAIA National Championship Tournament. In his two years at CMU as an assistant coach, the Lady Eagles racked up an impressive 50 wins and only 15 losses. They had eight all-conference selections, four All-Americans, two National Tournament appearances and one Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship.
In 2014-15 Levett was the sophomore boy's head coach at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colorado. His Wolves team finished in third-place (11-8) in the talented Centennial League despite moving three student athletes up mid-season to the Varsity level. He also served as a varsity assistant for the 5A program who reached the State Playoffs.
In 2013-14, he was the head boy's coach of the freshman team at Grandview. In his first year of being in a head coaching role, he was able to lead his team to a top three finish. Also served as the varsity assistant where the team reached the round of 16.
Levett spent 2012-13 as an assistant for the Vista PEAK Bison boy's team in Aurora, Colorado. The Bison finished the season 19-6 overall and swept the Colorado 7 league (12-0) in 4A.
Levett received his Master of Education degree specializing in athletic administration at Central Methodist University in May of 2017.