Two freshmen score first collegiate goals, Weishaar has two assists
COLLEGE: Competed in 17 games, starting 14, as junior in 2014 ... Scored one goal, that in 3-1 loss at Seattle Pacific on 10/2/14 ... Helped WWU to 1.23 goals against average and four shutouts ... Played in 15 games, making four starts, as sophomore in 2013 ... Had one goal and one assist for three points ... Two letters ... Also attended Seattle University ... Competed for Redhawks as redshirt freshman in 2011 ... One letter.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 1A all-State selection and Cascade Conference Offensive Player of the Year, both for second straight season, as senior at Kings' High School ... Also first-team Seattle Times all-Area ... First-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American as sophomore and named to NSCAA Far West Super Regional team as junior ... Helped Knights win state title as freshman and reach quarterfinals as junior ... Three-time first-team all-conference pick, leading league in scoring each of those seasons ... Ranked sixth among state's scoring leaders as junior with 26 goals and finished career with 65 ... Scored four goals in one game ... Team MVP as junior and senior ... Four-year letter winner ... Played club soccer for Emerald City from 2008-10 and Seatte United from 2010-11.
PERSONAL: Major is finance ... His father, Dave,played soccer at University of Maryland, professionally in England and was assistant coach at Penn State ... His uncle, Bob, played soccer at Bowling Green, and another uncle, Chris, played at Bowling Green, was member of original Sounders team and coached at Bowling Green, Memphis and Tennessee State.