Andrew Levin enters his seventh season as a volunteer assistant coach, working primarily with the pole vault and high jump events.
In 2012, Levin oversaw the development of Brianna LeRoy in the high jump. LeRoy recorded a lifetime-best mark of 5-9.25 feet at the NCAA First /Second Round meet, qualifying her for the finals at the NCAA Championships. LeRoy also was the first track and field All-Pac 12 Conference performer in school history.
During the 2011 season, Levin coached Langley Iverson to a qualifying high-jump mark and 17th-place finish at the NCAA Indoor National Championships. In the course of the year, Iverson posted the second best all-time jump in school history with a mark of 6-0.75 and earned Mountain West Conference Athlete of the Week honors.
In 2010, Levin guided Iverson to a third-place at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a lifetime-best mark of 5-9.25 at the MWC Outdoor Championships. Under Levin's watch, freshman Theresa Waybright finished eighth at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the pole vault event. In 2009, Levin coached Iverson to the MWC Outdoor high jump title (5-8.75) while Klaudia Rokossa had a fourth-place finish in the pole vault with a clearance of 12-7.75. He was an All-American in the decathlon as a member of the University of Montana track team.
Levin graduated from Montana with a B.A. in Communication Studies. He is married to Jamie Levin and has a daughter named Ava.