Max Weber
Max  Weber

Position:
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Whitman '08

Email:
maxweber@boisestate.edu

04/03/2018

Soccer Adds Max Weber to Staff

Max Weber joins the Boise State staff as an assistant coach with over 10 years of college coaching experience

First-year assistant coach Max Weber comes to the Broncos with over a decade of college coaching experience with having spent the last four seasons as an assistant at Eastern Washington.

The 2016 and 2017 campaigns were banner seasons for the Eagles, as Weber helped EWU to a combined record of 29-11-5 while winning the 2016 Big Sky Regular Season Championship along with back-to-back Big Sky Tournament Championships, resulting in two trips to the NCAA Tournament.

Now a Bronco, Weber will focus heavily on recruiting while assisting in all other aspects of the program.

Most recently, Weber was key in the recruitment and development of EWU’s first four-time Big Sky First-Team selection in Chloe Williams, who was also named the Big Sky Offensive MVP in each of her last three seasons. The quality of player that Weber helped bring in at EWU was evident, as last season there were four Eagles earning First-Team All-Big Sky honors while two others earned Big Sky Honorable Mention nods.

Prior to coaching at EWU, Weber was an assistant at Walla Walla Community College where he helped the Warriors to four NWAACC championships and a combined 10 East Region titles with the men's and women's soccer programs.

Weber’s playing career started at Walla Walla CC and finished at Whitman College where he was a team captain at both stops. He started both seasons at WWCC and led the team to second-place finish in the 2005 NWAACC Championship. At Whitman, he received the R.V. Borleske Trophy, given annually to the school’s top male athlete.

He was born and raised in Montana, graduating in 2003 from Great Falls High School where he was team captain, an all-state selection, and a two-time all-conference honoree.

Max comes to Boise with his wife, Alysse, and their son, Bode.


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