Paul Weir enters his seventh season with New Mexico State men's basketball in 2013-14 and has served in the role of associate head coach since July of 2011.
He has helped the Aggies to WAC Tournament Championships in 2010, 2012 and 2013 with three NCAA Tournament appearances. In addition, the Aggies won their first WAC regular season title in 2008 but just missed the NCAA Tournament after falling in triple overtime in the conference championship game to Boise State.
Weir is in charge of recruiting, scouting, scheduling and assists in fundraising and media efforts around the program. He has been a large part of the Aggies winning four championships in his six years with the program.
Prior to New Mexico State, Weir worked as the director of basketball operations at the University of Iowa. During his first of two seasons there, the Hawkeyes won 25 games and the Big Ten Tournament Championship during the 2005-06 season.
In the 2004-05 season, Weir worked with a Northwestern State (La.) program that went 21-12 and claimed the Southland Conference regular season title.
From 1999-03, Weir was the head coach at Don Bosco Catholic High School in Toronto. Prior to this, he was a regional and city all-star point guard at Iona Catholic Secondary school before going on to play at York University in 1998-99.
Weir graduated with honors from York University in 2004. He then went on to earn a master's degree from Northwestern State in 2005, a second master's degree in sports psychology from Iowa in 2010 and a third master's degree in business administration from New Mexico State in 2012. He is currently enrolled in the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at NM State.