2018: Made 14 appearances (9 starts), logging 714 minutes...Earned her ninth start of the season, logging 57 minutes against Sky Blue FC on June 27...Made her five straight start on May 5 against Seattle...Made six consecutive starts to begin the season from March 24-May 5.
2017: Appeared in 17 matches (5 starts), logging 563 minutes...Scored her first career NWSL goal, the game-winner, as a second-half substitute against Washington on July 22...Made her 11th appearance of the season as a second-half substitute against North Carolina on July 15...Logged 25 minutes as a substitute on the road against Houston on July 8...Made her fifth start of the season against Sky Blue FC on June 17...Started and played 90 minutes against Boston on May 19...Appeared in three straight matches as a substitute (April 29-May 13)...Started in consecutive matches to begin the season (April 15-22).
2016: The 14th overall pick in the 2016 NWSL College Draft, acquired via a trade with the Western New York Flash ... Made her 13th appearance, and her seventh start, logging 76 minutes against Reign FC on Aug. 27 ... Made her 12th appearance, and her sixth start, logging all 90 minutes against Seattle on July 30 ... Earned her third start, logging 90 minutes against Sky Blue FC on July 2 ... Played 69 minutes as a substitute on the road against the Western New York Flash on June 17 ... Started her second career match for Thorns FC, logging 90 minutes against Seattle on May 29 ... Made an appearance as a late-game sub against Boston on May 1 and against Washington on May 7 ... Earned her first professional start, playing 58 minutes against FC Kansas City on April 23 ... Made her NWSL and Thorns FC debut, playing 32 minutes as a substitute against Orlando on April 17.
Member of the U.S. U20 Women’s national team that won the 2014 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship ... Invited to U.S. U23 women’s national team training camp in January 2016.
College (Penn State)
2015: Appeared in 27 matches (26 starts), helping lead Penn State to a NCAA National Championship ... Tallied eight goals and 11 assists as a co-captain for the Nittany Lions ... Named to the Women’s College Cup All-Tournament Team ... A NSCAA Second-Team All-Great Lakes Region selection ... A First-Team All-Big Ten selection ... Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal in the College Cup Final against Duke on Dec. 6 ... Weber’s 11 assists in 2015 led the team and Big Ten. 2014: Played in 24 matches, making 22 starts as a junior ... Finished the season with eight goals and six assists ... Netted back-to-back goals in NCAA Tournament contests against Buffalo on Nov. 14 and Virginia Tech at Nov. 23. 2013: Started all 23 games for the Nittany Lions ... Tallied seven goals and eight assists ... Earned First-Team All-Big Ten honors ... Garnered NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region third-team recognition. 2012: Scored 12 goals and added four assists as a freshman, starting in all 26 games ... Named to All-Big Ten Freshman Team ... Had a pair of goals against Boston College on Nov. 16 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Registered assists against LIU Brooklyn (11/10) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament and Florida State (11/30) in the National Semifinal game.