Andrew Weber

Andrew Weber
Andrew Weber
Real Name: Andrew Weber
HT: 6' 2" WT: 190
Age: 34 (08/08/1983)
Birthplace: Austin, TX
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ

MLS: 2009: Signed with Earthquakes on 2/11 and started two matches … Made MLS debut on 9/27 at DC and picked up his first career win … Started and played full 90 minutes at CHV on 10/17, making eight saves Exhibition: Started and played 90 minutes on 9/8 vs. CD Aguila, recording the shutout ... Open Cup: Played 90 minutes on 4/29 vs. NY.

Other Professional Experience: 2006-2008: Played in 29 regular season matches for the Montreal Impact of the United Soccer League First Division … Made one CONCACAF Champions League appearance in 2008 … Posted a 12-4-8 record in 24 games in 2006 and 2007 and recorded 10 shutouts … Had a 0.72 goals against average over those two seasons … 2005 MLS: Was signed as a developmental player by D.C. United and was a member of the reserve squad, but did not make any appearances for the senior team.

College: Four-year starter in goal for the New Mexico Lobos … Holds UNM’s career records for games played (83), minutes played (7,681), goalie wins (50), saves (350), and shutouts (25) … Three time All-MPSF performer and two-time all-region player … 2004: Led the Lobos to a 17-1-2 season … Had lowest goals-against-average in school history at 0.55 … First Team All-MPSF … Second Team All-Far West Region … 2003: Became first goalkeeper in school history to score a goal when his punt deflected off of a UC Irvine defender … All-MPSF Second Team … 2002: MPSF Goalkeeper of the Year … NSCAA Midwest Region Third Team … MPSF All-Tournament Team … Set a school record in wins with 18 … Had six shutouts … 2001: As a freshman, started all 21 matches … Had five shutouts, three of which were in postseason play.

High School/Club: Started three of his four years at McGlintock High School … Class 5A Goalkeeper of the Year in Arizona as a senior in 2000 … Team MVP during his senior year … Was an all-state selection, as well as a first-team all-region selection … Played club soccer for the Tempe Pros Club … Finished national runner-up in 2000 … Played for FC Classic Bandidos while in college in 2002 and 2003 … Helped Bandidos win West Regional in 2002.

Personal: Parents are Donald and Barbara Weber … Has a twin brother, Elliot who is in a successful band in Arizona, as well as another brother, Matt, and a sister, Kim … Majored in marketing at New Mexico … Has a dog named Harley … Coaches soccer camps.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Portland Timbers119004300010
2014Portland Timbers3219808823021
2013Seattle Sounders FC3222505300111
2012Seattle Sounders FC3322505400011
2011San Jose Earthquakes00000000000
2010San Jose Earthquakes00000000000
2009San Jose Earthquakes22180011300101
2005D.C. United00000000000
Career Totals-12109180332123254
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