Gannon University's athletic department announced in a release Monday that head coach Jordan Fee has resigned after one season with the program. 

Fee led the largest turnaround in NCAA history for either a men's or women's program. Gannon went 32-3 following a 3-23 mark the previous season. 

"It was the honor of a lifetime leading Gannon Basketball," said Fee in the release. "We set out to rectify a program and a culture, and I'm proud to say that what was once a nationally recognized program, is back where it belongs. With countless record-setting performances and marks, including a school-record for wins and the school's highest NABC national ranking, a PSAC regular-season championship, a PSAC Tournament championship, and an Atlantic Region championship, this group left their mark on the history books.

"Very few disciplines have such highs and lows. Leaving Gannon and our home is bittersweet. Gannon University and Erie will always be special to me. THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart."

Fee led Gannon to the PSAC West regular season championship. He followed that accomplishment by leading Gannon to the conference tournament title and an Atlantic Regional championship. 

Gannon advanced to the Elite 8 under Fee for the first time since 2009.