Andrew Weishaar named third-team NSCAA All-American

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Andrew Weishaar
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Dec. 13, 2013

BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Western Washington University forward Andrew Weishaar (Sr., Puyallup) was a third-team selection on the 2013 National Soccer Coaches Association of America/NCAA Division II All-America Men's Soccer Team announced Friday.

Weishaar is just the second Viking player to earn NSCAA All-America honors. The other was midfielder Matt Pele, a second-team pick in 2008.

Weishaar led the Vikings with 10 goals and finished second among Great Northwest Athletic Conference leaders in goals per game (0.56) and points per game (1.28). He tied for the GNAC lead in game-winning goals with five.

Weishaar ended his four-year career fifth among WWU leaders in goals with 26, sixth in points with 63 and tied for 14th in assists with 11.

WWU posted the fourth-best record in school history at 11-4-3, winning six of its last seven games, and placed third in the GNAC, tying for its best finish since 2010, at 9-2-3. The Vikings defeated national semifinalist Simon Fraser, 3-0, in their season finale.

2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's All-America Teams

* - Indicates repeat selection

First Team
K	Josh	Cohen	Sr.	UC San Diego	Sunnyvale, Calif.
D	Phil	Cutler	Sr.	Notre Dame (Ohio)	Shipley, England
D	Walker	Hume* 	So.	Rollins	          Austin, Texas
D	Callum	Williams  Jr.	Southern N.H.	Ossett, England
M	Thiago	Andrade	Sr.	Queens (N.C.)	Salvador, Brazil
M	Maricio   Medina	Sr.	Lindenwood	Montevideo, Uruguay
M	Jonathan  Watkin	Sr.	LIU Post	          Doncaster, England
F	Eivind 	Austbo	Jr.	LIU Post	          Stavanger, Norway
F 	Ngwese	Ebangwese Jr.	Indianapolis	Rochester, N.Y.
F 	Aris	Nukic	So.	Lindenwood	St. Louis, Mo.
F 	Pierre 	Omanga	Sr.	Southern N.H.	Paris, France

Second Team K Alec Pickett Sr. Lewis University Mokena, Ill. D Alec Arsht Sr. UC San Diego Oak Park, Calif. D Magnus Kristensen Fr. Simon Fraser Stavenger, Norway D Dominic Samuel So. Southern N.H. Toronto, Ont. M Andisheh Bagheri Sr. UC San Diego Davis, Calif. M Chris Bargholz Jr. Simon Fraser Fuessen, Germany M Vinny Caccavale* Sr. N.Y. Inst. of Tech. West Islip, N.Y. F Tesho Akindele*** Sr. Colorado Mines Thornton, Colo. F Billy Forbes Sr. Lubbock Christian Turks & Caicos F Kenny Hogg* Sr. Palm Beach Atlantic Irvine, Scotland F Ilija Ilic Jr. Young Harris Belgrade, Serbia F Fernando Silveira Sr. West Florida Brasilia, Brazil F Fernando Martinez Jr. Mercyhurst Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Third Team K Fermin Hughes So. Lindenwood Santiago, Chile D Paco Craig Fr. Young Harris London, England D Chris Lavie Sr. Saint Leo Saint Michel Sur Orge, France D Rodney Mays Sr. Lindenwood Kansas City, Mo. M Tyson Crim Sr. Chico State Boise, Idaho M Edgar Herrera So. Saint Leo Four Oaks, N.C. M Martin Lange So. Notre Dame (Ohio) Berlin, Germany F Ross Frame Jr. Carson-Newman Welshpool, Powys, U.K. F Mark Magee** Sr. Rockhurst Evesham, England F Martin Maybin* Jr. Regis Belfast, Northern Ireland F Adam Mitchell Jr. Notre Dame (Ohio) Brighton, England F Andrew Weishaar Sr. Western Washington Puyallup, Wash. F Oktay Bulut Sr. Azusa Pacific Ruesselsheim, Germany