Mike Weick joined the Bucknell staff as linebackers coach in the spring of 2017. Weick spent the previous five years at Salve Regina, including the last two as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. The team went 17-4 while he was defensive coordinator, and last season his unit led the conference in scoring defense and sacks while placing five players on the all-league team.
Weick served as Salve Regina’s special teams coordinator, defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator from 2012-14. In 2014, return specialist Alex Hulme averaged 31.7 yards per kickoff return which was sixth-best in the country. In 2013, Weick’s punt rush units led the nation at all levels with seven blocks. In 2012, the Salve return units combined for six special teams touchdowns on the year, and the punt rush unit blocked five punts. Phil Terio was named the 2012 NEFC Return Specialist of the Year, which led to All-America honors.
Following the 2012 season, Weick attended the American Football Coaches Association national convention held in Nashville, Tennessee, and he was selected as a member of the 2013 Future Football Coaches Academy. Weick was one of 31 young coaches in all divisions to participate in the professional development and networking academy.
Prior to Salve Regina, Weick spent a year as the linebackers coach and co-strength and conditioning coordinator at Susquehanna. He started his coaching career as the inside linebackers coach at King’s College (Pa.).