PROVIDENCE, RI – Brown University Head Men's Hockey Coach Brendan Whittet '94 has named Mike Levine as an assistant coach. Levine comes to Brown after spending the past two seasons as the head coach at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire.
"I am very happy to have Mike Levine join our Brown Hockey family," said Whittet. "Most importantly, Mike is a great person who has those innate character traits that have allowed and will continue to allow him to be a tremendous recruiter and coach. He possesses a relentless work ethic and is driven to succeed."
Recognized as an elite recruiter, Levine has cultivated relationships throughout the industry and has a proven record at both the collegiate and prep school levels. While at Kimball Union, Levine recruited and coached elite college prospects and commitments, including recruits for Boston University, Boston College, Providence, UMass, Merrimack and Penn State.
In two seasons at KUA, Levine led the Wildcats to an impressive 52-7-3 record. During the 2011-12 season, his squad won the NEPISHA small school championship and this past year, the #1-ranked Wildcats were upset in the first round by The Gunnery.
Prior to serving as the head coach at Kimball Union, Levine spent two seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Utica College. As an assistant coach at Utica, Levine helped attract the players that were a part of the Pioneers' run to the 2013 NCAA Division III Frozen Four. His introduction to coaching came at New Hampton Prep, where he spent four seasons and won a Division II Championship in 2009.
Levine has also coached at USA Hockey's Select 15 and 16 Camp during the past eight summers.
In addition to coaching, Levine served as an Associate Director of Admission at Kimball Union and as an Assistant Director of Admission at New Hampton.
A 2005 graduate of Utica and native of Sandwich, Massachusetts, Levine played in 61 games for the Pioneers, before receiving an M.Ed. from Utica in 2011.