LeVangie out at Curry

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Matt LeVangie is out after three seasons as head men's basketball coach at Curry. The Colonels lost their final 23 games and finished 1-24 on the season.

The win, which came vs. Elms in the consolation game of Mass-Dartmouth's tipoff tournament, was just the second win in LeVangie's time at Curry. The program went 2-73 (.027) in LeVangie's three seasons. 

Curry did not announce LeVangie's departure or any plans for hiring for the position, simply removing LeVangie from the website. 

LeVangie had spent the previous four seasons as head men's basketball coach at Wheelock, where he compiled a 24-77 mark.

Prior to Stonehill, LeVangie was the associate head coach at Lasell for three years, where he helped lead the Lasers to a Great Northeast Athletic Conference tournament championship and NCAA Tournament berth in 2008, and the GNAC regular-season title the following season.

LeVangie also spent two seasons as the associate head coach at his alma mater, Mary Washington, and began his coaching career with a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Suffolk from 2002-2004. LeVangie had a four-year playing career at Mary Washington and was a captain for his final season with the Eagles. He graduated from Mary Washington in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in history and added a master's degree in special education from the same institution in 2008.