Michigan State University '08
Davenport University '13
Langley is in his third season as the head coach of the University of Michigan-Dearborn men's basketball team, as he has the team poised to move to the top of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference with a talented group returning for the 2016-17 season.
Langley's Wolverines have finished 11-19 in each of his first two seasons. The season win total marks the third most in program history. Langley has coached three All-WHAC players in his first two seasons. Langley has helped five volunteer assistant coaches at UM-Dearborn move on to full time positions at other schools.
Prior to joining UM-Dearborn, Langley served as an assistant coach at Davenport University, also a member of the WHAC. The Panthers were 117-25 in the four years Langley was on the staff at DU, with three trips to the NAIA quarterfinals and one to the national semifinal. He helped recruit 11 NAIA All-Americans, one national player of the year and a Bevo Francis Award winner.
Langley played his college basketball at Macomb College, where he started as a walk-on and finished his career with a scholarship and was named team captain.
Huron University '02
Michael Stanley joins the UM-Dearborn men's basketball coaching staff for his first season in 2016-17 after serving as the head coach of Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, Iowa last year. In his first year at Western Iowa Tech, Stanley led the team to 19 wins.
Stanley will be a lead assistant for the Wolverine varsity team while taking over head coaching duties for the UM-Dearborn junior varsity squad.
Stanley played college basketball at Huron University from 1998-2002, where he was a member of three conference championship teams.
Stanley, a native of Detroit, Mich., is the grandson of Phil and Jean Norris and father of Jayden Stanley.
Greg Boler enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Wolverine men's basketball team with several years of coaching experience with local high school and AAU teams.
Boler has more than 100 career wins at the varsity level in the MHSAA. Recorded a program best 20-6 record at the Westside Christian Academy in 2010-11, as the team advanced all the way to the MHSAA semifinals. The Detroit, Mich., native coached the MHSAA Reaching Higher Top-100 Showcase, Michigan Elite-25 Rising Stars and the Michigan Elite 25. Boler graduated 98 percent of his student-athletes over seven years as a high school head boys varsity coach.