A high-scoring forward with international experience, Weimer joined Thorns FC as a Discovery Player on June 18, 2013.
2013: Tallied one goal and one assist in 10 games (5 starts) after joining the club midseason ... Tallied the game-tying goal in the 65th minute of a 3-2 win over FC Kansas City in the NWSL semifinals on Aug. 24 ... Recoded the game-winning assist on Allie Long's 103rd minute goal against FC Kansas City ... Tallied the game-winning assist in the 83rd minute of a 2-1 win over Seattle on Aug. 17 in the regular-season finale ... Registered her first goal of the season for Thorns FC in the 52nd minute of a 2-1 loss at Boston on Aug. 7 ... Made her NWSL debut, playing 90 minutes in a scoreless draw against Sky Blue FC on June 22.
On the national team level, Weimer participated in training camps and made several appearances for the U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team from 2004-07 and was called into senior U.S. Women’s National Team training camp in January 2007 and again in February 2008.
2012: Spent the 2012/13 Danish Elitedivisionen season with Fortuna Hjørring where she tallied a team-high 11 goals during the regular season as the club finished the season in second place behind undefeated Brondby ... Helped Fortuna reach the Round of 16 at the 2012/13 UEFA Women’s Champions League tournament ... 2010: Joined the Boston Breakers for the 2010 WPS season, but transferred midway through the year to Swedish side AIK for the second half of the Damallsvenskan season ... 2009: Was the No. 17 overall pick in the 2009 WPS General Draft by FC Gold Pride ... Made 15 appearances for the club, recording a goal and three assists during the inaugural WPS season. 2008: Spent time with Finnish club Åland United and Brazilian side Santos FC ... 2007: Played for SoccerPlus Connecticut in WPSL.
A standout at Penn State University from 2002-05, Weimer scored 91 goals in 97 games during her four-year career with the Nittany Lions. She holds the NCAA record-long scoring streak (along with Thorns FC forward Christine Sinclair) by recording a goal in 17 consecutive matches during her senior season in 2005. Weimer finished the 2005 season with 32 goals, coming in second in the nation behind Sinclair (39).