Dr. Kevin deWeber

Season(s) With the Divas: 2001
Team Doctor – 2001

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Dr. Kevin deWeber Bio

Dr. Kevin deWeber was one of the D.C. Divas’ first team doctors in 2001. Dr. deWeber earned his bachelor’s degree in microbiology from University of Washington and his medical degree from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He was a colonel in the U.S. Army and left the Divas after one year when he was deployed to Kirkuk, Iraq, as a battalion surgeon.

Dr. deWeber would later be named sports medicine team physician for WCAP, the military’s World Class Athlete Program, which allows soldiers who are elite in their sports to train for national and international competitions such as the Olympics. In 2016, Dr. deWeber was named the medical director of the High Performance Center near the Olympic Village during the 2016 Olympics, where he would be responsible for the medical care of U.S. athletes, delegates, and officials.