Coach Weber’s Final Four team honored

Tom Finnegan and Final 4 teamCHESTERTOWN — One of Coach Bill Weber’s greatest college-playing basketball achievements was being a part of the 1990 Washington College Division III Final Four team. Hailed by many as the greatest team in the school’s history, Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Coach Darren Vican was also a freshman member of this elite squad, which made history as being the first NCAA basketball team in the state of Maryland to reach the Final Four round of any NCAA division tournament.

On January 25th, Washington College hosted, “Basketball Alumni Day” and most of the 1989-90 record-setting team was present (including Weber and Vican) for a half-time reception at the Cain Athletic Center honoring Coach Tom Finnegan and the team for their now-thirty-year-old feat. Washington went on to finish third in NCAA Division III that year, scoring an 87-86 victory over Calvin in the national consolation game.

Coach Weber said the experience of playing a Final Four game in front of a home crowd of over 1,000 in a huge come-from-behind tournament game is something he will never forget.

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Coach Weber with his teammates from 1990

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Most of the team took center court with coach Tom Finnegan during halftime at the Cain Athletic Center








Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp Named “Best Sports Camp” for 2019!

ANNAPOLIS — For the second consecutive year, Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp was voted “Best Sports Camp” by readers of The Capital-Gazette. Winners were published in the paper’s May 19th issue, which included a special section devoted to showcasing the most popular businesses for

food, drink and entertainment, health and wellness, and shopping and service categories. Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp has been recognized in the publication since 2012, first as a runner-up (2012-2016) and most recently as the voters’ top choice for, “Best Sports Camp.” The Capital-Gazette has a daily circulation of over 30,000 readers and has long been the area’s leading publication source for local news and business information.

For more information or to see the 2019 ballot as it appeared in the Capital-Gazette, visit


2019 Annapolis & Kent Island Summer Dates Announced

Session 1: July 8 – 12
Session 2: July 15 – 19
Session 3: July 22 – 26

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Session 1: June 17-20

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