Keith LeVan, a former standout receiver at University of New Hampshire, returned to the Bentley coaching staff, as Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach, in the spring of 2019, after spending the 2018 season as the Quarterbacks Coach at his alma mater.
LeVan was previously at Bentley from 2014-17. The 2019 season will be his second as the OC and his fifth working with the quarterbacks.
Under his direction in 2014, Danny Guadagnoli earned a number of honors while breaking his own school record for passing yards in a season. He was selected as the Offensive Player of the Year in the Northeast-10 and was the recipient of the Swede Nelson Award (Gridiron Club of Greater Boston), the Agganis/Zinman Award (New England Football Writers) and the Daly Award (Grinold Chapter of the National Football Foundation).
In 2017, Bentley QBs threw for 275 passing yards per game and 24 touchdowns in ten games, including 16 brought in by Austin Ryan.
LeVan, a Waltham native, joined the Falcon staff after coaching at Waltham High School from 2010-13, including the last two as offensive coordinator. With Levan in that role, the Hawks were 14-3 with an average of nearly 29 points a game.
LeVan finished his career at UNH second in school history in receptions (201) and sixth in receiving yards (2,234). The three-year starter was a two-time All-Colonial Athletic Association selection, including first team in 2007 when he led the conference in TD receptions.
LeVan received his Bachelor of Science degree from UNH in marketing. He resides in Waltham with his wife Kathyrn.