MEN'S BASKETBALL COACHES:
NOC Men's Basketball
(580) 628.6758 | [email]
Coach Brett Weiberg has been the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Northern Oklahoma College since 2005. He was an assistant coach at Northern from 2002-2005. In 2011-12 the Mavericks placed 4th in the rugged OCAC. The Mavericks started 0-3 on the league, but then won six out of eight league games and then won their last four out of five league games. The Mavericks lost in the second round of the Region II Tournament. The Mavericks had five sophomores from 2011-12 transfer on to play at the university level. More importantly, five of the Maverick Sophomores graduated with their associate degree.
In 2002 Weiberg moved to Tonkawa from the University of Texas at San Antonio where he served as an assistant under Head Coach Tim Carter. At San Antonio, the Roadrunners placed third in the tough Southland Conference. Weiberg was fortunate to coach Devin Brown, who has gone on to play seven years in the NBA.
Weiberg moved to San Antonio from Plainview, Texas where he served as an assistant under Head Coach Todd Thurman at Wayland Baptist University. Before Wayland, Weiberg served one year as an assistant at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas under Coach Coach Steve Spurlin.
From 1995-1997, Weiberg played basketball at Sam Houston State University and then served as a student assistant in 1997-1998 for the Bearkats. As a senior started every game and led the team in minutes played. He was named Academic All-Conference from the Southland Conference.
Weiberg played for the Northern Mavericks from 1993-1995. His squads were the first Maverick Basketball teams to win back-to-back Bi-State West Conference championships. As a sophomore he averaged 18 points and 4 assists per game and earned First Team All Conference and First Team All Region honors.
Weiberg and his wife Kristy are the proud parents of Jared Cole, Jayden Cora, and Jackson Cash.
NOC Men's Basketball
(580) 628.6780 | [email
Coach Spencer Schrupp returned to Northern Oklahoma College for the start of the 2012-2013 season. Coach Schrupp played for Coach Mick Weiberg and Coach Brett Weiberg in their final and inaugural seasons coaching, respectively, in 2005-2006 and 2006-2007. Coach Schrupp spent the previous two years as a high school assistant basketball coach at Carl Albert High School (OK) and Muskogee High School (OK).
Coach Schrupp finished his playing career at Rogers State University under Coach Lloyd Williams. The Hillcats went a combined 50-13 during the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons. Coach Schrupp started in ten games his senior season and the squad went 30-2 and won the Sooner Athletic Conference regular season conference championship, the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament championship, and made the program’s first ever trip to the NAIA national tournament. The team spent seven straight weeks ranked at #1 and received the overall #1 seed for the national tournament. Through his RSU playing career, Coach Schrupp received the Hillcat Teammate Award, The Rogers State University Athletic Department Male Student-Athlete of the Year, and also NAIA Academic All-American as well as twice making the Sooner Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference.
At Northern Oklahoma College, Coach Schrupp was on the 2005-2006 Bi-State West Conference Championship team and, in 2006-2007, received the NOC Most-Improved Award and also Bi-State West All-Conference Honorable Mention. Spencer was also a NJCAA Academic All-American.
Coach Schrupp has an extensive background working in skill development, summer camps, and tournaments. He has worked camps at the University of Washington, Gonzaga, University of Memphis, UT-Chattanooga, Thunder Camp, and has worked tournaments such as the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) in Houston and the Las Vegas Live.
Coach Schrupp is from Choctaw, OK, where his parents Loren and Janice Schrupp reside.