Weibling Named North Texas Assistant Basketball Coach
DENTON - University of North Texas head women's basketball coach Tina Slinker has announced that Sean Weibling has been named an assistant coach. Weibling, who spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Garden City Community College, will
DENTON - University of North Texas head women’s basketball coach Tina Slinker has announced that Sean Weibling has been named an assistant coach. Weibling, who spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Garden City Community College, will replace Scott Stoehr on the North Texas coaching staff.
"I’m really excited about the addition of Sean to our staff," said North Texas head coach Tina Slinker. "He brings us a great work ethic along with having great experience in recruiting. I’m also excited because he fits right in with us and we won’t skip a beat".
Weibling’s spent the last three seasons at Garden City handling their recruiting, preparing scouting reports, perimeter player development, and serving as the team’s academic coordinator. Weibling was an integral part at Garden City the past three seasons. In 2002-03 Weibling helped guide Garden City to the 2003 NJCAA Final Four with a 31-7 record. Garden City compiled 63 wins in the three seasons that Weibling was part of the coaching staff.
Prior to coaching at Garden City, Weibling was the head coach at Coyle (OK) High School. There he took a Lady Bluejacket team into the playoffs for the first time in over a decade. Weibling began his coaching career at Covington-Douglas (OK) Public School, where he served as both High School and Junior High Head Coach.
Weibling is a 1999 graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University and earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics education. He was a student assistant coach for the men’s basketball team while earning his degree.