Player Details

Name

Morgan Weaver

Height

5' 10"

Date of Birth

10.18.1997 (24)

Birthplace

University Place, Wash. United States

Position

Forward
Career Summary

Acquired: No. 2 pick overall in the 2020 NWSL College Draft 

2021: Started her 12th game on Oct. 30 against North Carolina...Tallied her third assist of the season on Oct. 17 against Houston...Scored her first regular season goal on Oct. 13 against OL Reign...Made three consecutive substitute appearances (Aug. 25-Sept. 12)...Scored the game winner against Lyon on Aug. 21 in the Women’s ICC final...Started four consecutive games (June 26-July 18)...Tallied her first two assists in her regular-season debut against Chicago on May 16. 2021 Challenge Cup: Appeared in five matches (1 start)...In the Championship on May 8 against Gotham FC, converted the decisive PK in a shootout victory... Tallied the game winner on April 15 against Chicago.  

2020: Appeared in nine games (6 starts), recording one goal across all competitions...Appeared in three matches, making one start during the NWSL Fall Series...Logged 15 minutes in a substitute role against OL Reign on Oct. 10...Started and played 45 minutes against Utah on Oct. 3...Made her Providence Park debut, logging 24 minutes as a substitute against OL Reign on Sept. 30...Appeared in all six matches, making five starts and recording one goal at the Challenge Cup...Tallied her first professional goal, the game-winner, against North Carolina on July 17...Earned her first professional start, logging 57 minutes against Chicago on July 1...Made her professional debut, playing 36 minutes in the NWSL Challenge Cup opener against North Carolina on June 27.

HONORS
2021 NWSL Challenge Cup Champion...2021 WICC Champion...2021NWSL Shield. 

INTERNATIONAL
2021:
Earned her first call up to the USWNT in Nov. 2021...Earned her first cap, making a substitute appearance against Australia on Nov. 26...Made a second appearance as a substitute on Nov. 30 against Australia. 

COLLEGE (Washington State)
2019:
Started and played in all 24 matches...Tallied 15 goals and five assists...Named third-team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches...Named to the College Cup All-Tournament team...Garnered first-team All-Pacific region honors from the United Soccer Coaches...Earned second-team All-PAC 12 accolades.

2018: Named First Team All-Pac-12 and First Team USC All-West Region...Named to TopDrawerSoccer top 100, and was nominated for Seattle sports star awards...Racked up a team leading 13 goals on the season, tied for fourth most in program history...Posted a career year for points with a total of 30 after adding a career-best four assists to her totals...Scored the game winning goal against No. 1 UCLA for a Cougar upset victory with a score line of 1-0...Finished the regular season with five goals in three games including the game-tying goal against No. 1 Stanford...Closed out the regular season with a hat trick against rival Washington while adding one goal in two NCAA tournament games...Earned three Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week awards, the most of any player in the conference.

2017: Earned Third Team USC All-West Region honors...Earned Third Team All-Pac-12 honors after finishing the regular season as the Cougs leading scorer having produced six goals to go along with two assists for 14 points...Scored the game-winner against #14 Nebraska...Added her second goal of the weekend against Georgia Southern...Scored for the third-straight game with the game-winner in the 6’ vs CSUN...Scored the game-winner in double-overtime at Utah Valley marking her fourth-straight game with a goal, a career best streak...Scored a side-volley goal to cap the Cougs’ 3-0 win over #24 Utah...scored the game-winner at Oregon...Recorded her first assists of the year vs #6 USC...Assisted on the game-winning goal at ASU...Scored the first goal of the game vs #20 Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

2016: One of five players to start all 19 matches...Led team with eight goals and 17 points, also added one assist...Pac-12 All-Freshman Team...Scored first collegiate goal against North Dakota State, part of hat trick for the game...Had goal at TCU following game and two goals the next contest against Seattle...Also had goals against Stanford and Arizona State...Assisted on insurance goal against Washington in 2-0 victory...Had three-game-winning goals on season, second on team.

YOUTH INTERNATIONAL
Called into the U-23 National Team Camp to play in the Thorns Invitational in the spring of 2018...Invited to the U-23 USA National Camp in December 2017... Invited to 2011 U.S. club training session, 2012 U.S. national training camp, and 2013 and 2014 U.S. Soccer Player Development Programs (PDP).

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