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Montana State University Billings men's basketball coach resigns

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BILLINGS - Jamie Stevens, Montana State University Billings' head basketball coach of seven seasons, announced Tuesday he's resigning.

A national search for his replacement will begin immediately. 

“I enjoyed my seven years at MSUB, and I was fortunate to work with many great student-athletes that were also very special human beings. I want to thank all of my assistant coaches during my time in Billings. They worked hard, stayed loyal, and will forever be a part of my life. I was fortunate to work with many other great coaches and staff members, and I thank them as well.” said Stevens, a 1999 graduate of MSUB and alumnus of the men’s basketball program, in a statement provided by the school.

The Yellowjackets finished their 2017-18 season with a 13-18 overall this year and posted a 5-15 record in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play while finishing in ninth place.

Overall in his seven seasons Stevens posted a record of 89-114 (.438) and had a mark of 52-80 (.394) in GNAC play.

“We would like to thank Jamie for his service and dedication to his alma mater over the last seven years,” MSUB director of athletics Krista Montague said in a statement. “We want to wish him and his family all the best in their future endeavors.”

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