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.
2014: Started a second straight match April 5, making four saves in a draw against his former club Seattle on April 5 ... His first-half save on a header by Seattle's Chad Marshall was nominated for MLS Save of the Week for Week 5 ... Started against FC Dallas on March 29, recording two saves in a 2-1 road loss ... His first-half save against FC Dallas' Blas Perez was nominated for MLS Save of the Week for Week 4 ... The match against FC Dallas was his 10th career MLS appearance and his first MLS start since July 28, 2013, with Seattle ... Made his Timbers MLS debut March 22 at Colorado in the second half, following a red card issued to Donovan Ricketts; made two saves in 18 minutes of work.
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.