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September 30, 2013Bruce Weber is returning to speak once again at the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association clinic this week in Columbia.
Weber is one of the winningest active Division I coaches with over 300 career wins and eight NCAA Tournament appearances to his credit.
Recently named the 24th head men's basketball coach at Kansas State on March 31, 2012 by Director of Athletics John Currie, Weber moved to the Big XII Conference where he competes with top programs such as Texas and Kansas.
Learning the game as a longtime assistant to K-State alumnus Gene Keady at first, Western Kentucky (1979-80), then Purdue (1981-98) Weber later started a successful head coaching career at both Southern Illinois (1998-2003) and Illinois (2003-12), Weber has been apart of more than 700 wins and 28 postseason appearances in his 33-year coaching career, which includes 23 trips to the NCAA Tournament.
The 6th annual clinic features some of the top speakers from throughout the United States at different levels of basketball from NCAA Division I, Division II, Division II all the way to the high school level.
The clinic will again be held in Columbia, Missouri on the campus of Columbia College. You still have the opportunity to sign up your staff. Visit www.mobca.org to copy the form, or sign up online. Sign ups are accepted at the door.