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Men's Basketball


Doug Weber
bullet Position:
Head Coach

Coach WeberHelping student/athletes become better players and better people then ultimately move on to four year institutions to continue their playing careers and realize their dreams is a big reason why Doug Weber coaches.

A Pacific Coast Championship and Coach of the Year honors are nice rewards for the hard work, but sending players on is much more rewarding, and that number continues to grow each year.

The total number of Griffins moving on during Coach Weber's tenure at Grossmont College is 47 in eight years. This is a trend that started during the seven years Weber was an assistant to Norm Parrish at Salt Lake Community College where all 44 sophomores received scholarship offers. The Bruins had seven players earn Academic All-American honors and two players earn NJCAA All-American honors.

Coach WeberPrior to SLCC, while earning his Masters Degree, Weber was an assistant at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. During those four years, the Mustangs has several all-conference players and one All-American. Weber started his coaching career during his senior year at UC Santa Barbara. At San Marcos High School, Coach Weber joined coaches Tony Vigna and current Santa Barbara High coach Jeff Lavender. Over 60 players have received scholarship offers as a result of playing for these coaches. Fourteen of those players have continued their playing careers professionally in the NBA, CBA, or overseas.

Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Doug and his wife Deanna, a Patrick Henry alum have two daughters Alyssa and Lauren. In the families free time they enjoy camping, golfing, and going to the beach for a little rest and relaxation.

Last Updated: 01/23/2015
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