Webber International University athletics has announced that Allen Corbin has been named the head coach of men’s basketball.
Coach Corbin academically finished his Undergraduate and Graduate degrees at West Virginia University. He was a Walk-on at WVU during the Elite 8 and Sweet 16 runs under Coach and mentor John Beilein.
Coach Corbin stated, “I want to thank God, because he is first in my life and the provider of all good things. My wife Amanda is tremendous and deserves a lot of the credit for the successes in my career. It has been a dream of mine to be a head college basketball coach since I was a little boy. I am ecstatic to accept this job and improve the program on and off the court.”
Webber Athletic Director, Darren Richie said, “I am excited to welcome Coach Corbin to the Webber Family. His background of playing NCAA Division I, and coaching on various levels throughout the east coast, give him the experience to turn our program into a top program The Sun Conference.”
Corbin has coached at High school, Post Grad, NCAA D-III and D-II levels. He has improved every program he has coached in the classroom, this year his team earned an overall 3.0 GPA and had 10 guys over a 3.0 and 5 over a 3.5. On the court, he coached at the prestigious IMG Academy where his team finished runner up in the National Championship game. He’s coached 9 high major NCAA D-I players and an NBA draft pick. In just his 2nd year at PBA, they set multiple school records, had the best record of their NCAA D-II era, hosted their first ever SSC home playoff game, and lost at the buzzer in the SSC championship game.
Coach Corbin is originally from Martinsburg West Virginia, and has coached in West Virginia, Virginia, and Florida. He is married to Amanda Corbin and they have 3 sons. McCabe (7), Brock (4), and Anderson (3 months).
Webber International University athletics welcomes coach Corbin and family to the Warriors and looks forward to the team’s success.