Justin Weiland begins his second season with the Bemidji State women's basketball program in 2019-20. He was hired as the program's second assistant in July 2018 after serving as head women's basketball coach at Ellsworth Community College for the 2017-18 season.
In 2018-19, Weiland helped the women's basketball program to the second round of the NSIC Tournament for the first time since the 2003-04 season with its biggest upset in program history over No. 1 seed Concordia-St. Paul, 73-70, on the road. Sophomore center Taylor Bray finished the season 11th in the NSIC in free throw percentage while sophomore Brooklyn Bachmann also ranked 11th in steals per game. Freshman guard Trinity Myer paced BSU and ranked 21st in the NSIC with 2.4 assists per game. Five Beaver student-athletes were selected to the 2018-19 Winter NSIC All-Academic Team.
Weiland spent two seasons with the Panthers, one as an assistant before taking over the head coach duties in 2017. ECC was tied for its conference lead in blocks per game with 3.3. He signed four incoming freshmen and one walk-on to join ECC during his only season as the program's head coach.
Weiland coached at Kettle Moraine High School for two seasons as the JV and freshman girls' basketball coach prior to joining ECC. He was also head coach for the girls U14, U15 and U17 teams for three years for the Wisconsin Basketball Academy's Prestige.
While attending University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Weiland was a practice player for the women's basketball program for one season. He graduated from UW-Milwaukee in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in political science.