Weber joined the Franklin & Marshall rowing staff in 2008, bringing several years of experience to the program. He has served as an assistant coach at William and Mary in two separate stints and assisted at Savannah College of Art and Design.
During his tenure at Franklin & Marshall, 19 of Weber's rowers were named All-MARC (Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference). Eight men received the honor including, Daniel Falciani and Patrick Maloney in 2009, Falciani, Will Riegel, and David Kaess in 2010 and Nick Ferra, Clement Hsu, and Connor Tencate in 2011.
Eleven women rowers were also named All-MARC under Weber’s leadership, including Melissa Brotschul and Rebecca Weast in 2009, Alex Merrick, Kate Emert and Haley Post in 2010, Brittany George, Post and Maggie Provencher in 2011 and Allison Ercolano, Provencher and Molly Hack in 2012.
The men’s team won its first conference championship in 2012 and the women have placed third in both 2011 and 2012.
At Savannah, Weber was primarily responsible for coaching novice men, and produced a crew that placed second at the Southeastern Regional Championships and third at the Clemson Sprints. His crew also placed 13th at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship Regatta (SIRA), winning the C Final with the ninth fastest overall time.
In addition to providing practice supervision and technical instruction to William & Mary’s rowers, Weber coached Varsity and novice crews for the Tribe. In the spring of 2006, William & Mary’s Varsity women’s four took the Waterfield Cup from Virginia Tech and placed first at SIRA and the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Crew Championships.
Weber has worked with the USRowing Women's Development Camp at Penn Athletic Club Rowing Association (Penn AC) in Philadelphia. He worked with some of the top collegiate rowers from around the country. Weber served as an assistant coach in 2010 and took over as head coach in the summer of 2011. He also coached at some great races: USRowing Under-23 National Team Trials, USRowing Club National Championships, and the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta.
In the summer of 2012, Webber once again was the head coach for the women’s Under-23 program at Penn. AC where they won six medals at Club Nationals, including two golds in the Senior Lightweight 4+ and Senior 1x Dash as well as earning a third-place finish at the Canadian Henley in the Senior 2x.
Weber is an experienced rower who has put in the water for the Aberdeen University Boat Club (Aberdeen, Scotland) and Wabash College crew. A 1995 graduate of Wabash, Weber was a Lilly Fellow, Phi Beta Kappa, and graduated magna cum laude. He earned a Master of Arts Degree in History from William & Mary and a Master of Library Science degree from the University of Kentucky.