From 2010-13, Weides helped develop forward Nathan Douglas into one of the top players in the history of the program. Douglas broke the school's career goals record in 2013, finishing with 43. Douglas earned first team all-conference honors as a junior and senior and was named to the second team as a sophomore.
Weides is a native of Kearney, Neb. and an alumnus of Concordia. While attending school at Concordia, he played soccer and was a four-year letter winner for the Bulldogs. He was named to the honorable mention all-conference team as a sophomore and was a second team selection as a senior in 2001.
Weides' coaching resume includes serving as an assistant coach at Concordia under former head coach Bill Schranz in 2002. He also spent time at Kearney High School where he was an assistant coach from 2003-05, helping the team to its first state tournament appearance since 1998. During Weides' time at Kearney, he also was the head coach of the Kearney Sublime club soccer team. He then returned as an assistant at Concordia from 2005-08.
Weides has been involved with Athletes in Action and the Seward County Soccer Club. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Commercial Art from Concordia University in 2002. He resides in Seward with his wife Erin.
Bulldogs Under Coach Weides
2008: 6-10-2 Overall, 4-6-2 GPAC
2009: 4-13-1 Overall, 2-9-1 GPAC
2010: 7-10-2 Overall, 4-7 GPAC
2011: 11-5-3 Overall, 5-3-2 GPAC
2012: 11-8 Overall, 4-6 GPAC
2013: 10-9 Overall, 6-4 GPAC
2014: 10-6-4 Overall, 5-2-3 GPAC
2015: 11-7-3 Overall, 4-4-2 GPAC
2016: 11-7-2 Overall, 6-3 GPAC
2017: 16-3-1 Overall, 7-2 GPAC
Total: 97-78-18 Overall, 47-46-10 GPAC (10 years)