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Upper Iowa University Men's Basketball

Coaching Staff

Trevor Hook
Assistant Coach

Trevor Hook enters his third season with the Peacock men's basketball program in 2018-19. Hook was promoted within the program after serving as a graduate assistant at Upper Iowa from 2014-16. After serving the first two years as the assistant coach, Hook was again promoted to associate head coach in August 2018.

The 2018-19 season marks Hook’s ninth year as a Peacock. The Holland, Iowa native played for the men’s basketball team from 2010-14 prior to working as a graduate assistant under McKowen. As a Peacock, Hook saw action in 60 games making 9 starts in three active seasons; he sat out his junior season due to an injury.

In addition to his duties in scouting, preseason and postseason workouts, practice planning and many other areas of the basketball program, Hook acts as the recruiting coordinator and works very closely with the team on their academic affairs and community engagements. He also assists in the coordination and execution of all of the men’s basketball camps.

The Grundy Center High School product came to UIU after an outstanding career with the Spartans. Hook averaged 16.6 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists at Grundy Center as a senior leading the team to a 19-5 record and a No. 1 ranking in Class 2A midway through the season.

Hook graduated from Upper Iowa with a Bachelor’s Degree in management in 2014 and completed his Master’s Degree in higher education administration with an emphasis on leadership at UIU in 2016.

Josh Weeber
Graduate Assistant Coach

Josh Weeber enters his first season in 2017-18 as the graduate assistant coach for the Peacock men's basketball program. Weeber enters his fifth overall with the university after playing for Head Coach Brooks McKowen and the Peacocks for the last four seasons.

Weeber graduated after playing in 125 games for Upper Iowa making 72 starts. He finished 13th on the all-time scoring list in program history with 1,295 points, and converted 39% from behind the arc in his career. Weeber became the 24th member of the 1,000-point club on the very last game of his junior season against MSU Moorhead in the NSIC Tournament quarterfinals.

Weeber was a part of the second-ever squad to reach the NCAA Division II Tournament after a historic 2016-17 campaign. Upper Iowa reached the 2017 NSIC Tournament Championship Game for the first time in program history, and won a Division II program-record 22 games.

The former forward graduated from Senior High School in Dubuque, Iowa in 2013, and was a two-time First-Team all-conference performer. As a junior, he earned first-team all-state honors while leading the Rams to a state tournament appearance.

Weeber earned his bachelor's degree in marketing at UIU, and is pursuing his master's at the university as well, and will graduate in 2019.