Andrew Weber is a veteran of nine professional seasons, playing for MLS clubs D.C. United (2005), San Jose Earthquakes (2009-11) and Seattle Sounders FC (2012-13) during his career. He spent three seasons with the Montreal Impact in the USL First Division from 2006-08, where he made 29 regular-season appearances. Weber has twice played in the CONCACAF Champions League.
2013: Made three MLS appearances (2 starts) while on loan with Seattle Sounders FC … Posted a 1-1-1 record in those appearances, recording five saves and a 1.20 goals-against average … Joined Seattle on July 11 and played in three straight matches July 13-28 … Played in two games for the Sounders FC Reserves in the MLS Reserve League … Played a majority of the season with Phoenix FC Wolves of USL PRO, starting 14 league games and recording three shutouts for the club in its inaugural season.
2012: Started three MLS matches for Seattle Sounders FC … Featured in three straight matches during the regular season June 20-30, earning a 0-1-1 record … Played in one game during Seattle’s run in the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, recording four saves in a shutout in a 1-0 victory against San Jose in the quarterfinal June 26 … Made his second career CONCACAF Champions League appearance during the 2012-13 tournament, starting and making three saves in a 3-1 victory Aug. 2 against Caledonia … Played in five games for Seattle across all competition, compiling a 2-1-1 record and a 1.11 goals-against average … Additionally, played in three games for the Sounders FC Reserves in the MLS Reserve League.
2011: Did not make an MLS appearance for the San Jose Earthquakes … Featured in both of San Jose’s MLS Play-In games for the 2011 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup … In the first Play-In match, earned the shutout in a 1-0 win in extra time at Portland on May 4 … Played 120 minutes in a 2-2 draw against Chicago on May 25 in a second play-in match; Chicago advanced on PKs, 5-4 … Was a halftime sub and played all 45 minutes of the second half of a friendly against English side West Bromwich Albion on July 13 … Made multiple appearances for the Earthquakes Reserves in the MLS Reserve League.
2010: Did not make an MLS appearance for the San Jose Earthquakes.
2009: Returned to MLS, signing with the San Jose Earthquakes on Feb. 11 … Made his MLS debut Sept. 27 against D.C. United, helping San Jose to a 2-1 road win … Recorded a single-game, career-high eight saves Oct. 17 in a 2-2 draw against Chivas USA … Played the full 90 in a friendly against CD Aguila on Sept. 8 … Featured in an MLS play-in game for the 2009 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup against New York on April 29.
2006-08: Made 29 regular-season appearances with the Montreal Impact of the USL First Division … Posted a 12-4-8 record over 24 games from 2006-07, recording 10 shutouts and a 0.72 goals-against average in that span … Made one appearance during the club’s run to the knockout stages of the 2008-09 CONCACAF Champions League.
2005: Signed as a developmental player by D.C. United on June 3 … Was a member of the club's reserve squad and did not make an MLS appearance.
COLLEGE: A four-year started at the University of New Mexico from 2001-04 … Finished his collegiate career as the career leader in several goalkeeping categories, including games played (83), minutes played (7,681), wins (50), saves (350) and shutouts (25) … Was a three-time all-conference and two-time all-region performer for the Lobos … Led New Mexico to its first three NCAA Tournament appearances in 2001, 2002 and 2004 … Compiled a 17-1-2 record, along with a 0.55 goals-against average, as a senior in 2004 … Became the first goalkeeper in school history to score a goal in 2003 as a junior and also finished his collegiate career with three assists … Was named the MPSF Goalkeeper of the Year in 2002 as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Majored in marketing at New Mexico … He and his twin brother, Elliot, were contestants on the reality TV show, “The Amazing Race” in Asunción, Paraguay, in 2005 … Was a member of the Cape Cod Crusaders that won the Premier Development League championship in 2003 ... Has donated soccer gear to Grassroots Soccer.