Andrew Weber took the reigns as the head men's basketball coach at Rockford University in March 2015. Just prior to being named the head coach, Weber served as the interim head coach for the final six weeks of the 2014-15 season after spending the last four and half years as an assistant coach. With Weber on staff, the Regents have qualified for the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Tournament three times, developed six All-NACC performers and one All-Midwest Region player. Rockford has also had multiple Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference scholar-athletes.
In addition to being the recruiting coordinator, Coach Weber helps in the scouting of opponents, breaking down film, on floor instruction, monitors academics and is the director for Rockford University basketball camps and tournaments.
After two years at Ashford University, the 2006 Boylan Catholic grad became an important part of the Regents basketball turnaround. Weber’s arrival, along with eight other players, helped turnaround the program from 1-24 in 2007-08 to 17-10 in 2008-09. Weber started all 53 games in the Regents uniform, while averaging 11.8 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game. Weber also holds the school’s single season steals record with 81.
A native of Roscoe, Ill., Weber completed his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a minor in Coaching in 2010. He completed his master's degree in Teaching in 2012 and is married to his wife, Kaitlyn Weber.