D.C. United sign goalkeeper Andrew Weber

Washington, D.C. - D.C. United announced today the team has signed goalkeeper Andrew Weber to the developmental roster. The Phoenix, Ariz. Native, obtained through waivers, joins United after a week-long trial with the team and an impressive collegiate career at the University of New Mexico.

"Andrew is a solid, young goalkeeper who we think has great potential in our league," said United Technical Director Dave Kasper. "We are happy to have concluded this signing."

Weber, 22, a three-time all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation and two-time all-region honoree, holds New Mexico's career records for games played (83), minutes played (7,681), wins (50), saves (350), and shutouts (25). In 2004, his final season as a Lobo, he recorded nine shutouts, posted a 17-1-2 record and maintained a goals against average of 0.55, the lowest in school history.

MLS All-Stars vs. Real Madrid is August 2. Limited tickets left!

Time is running out for your chance to see European champions Real Madrid face the best of MLS. Get your tickets to the 2017 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target.

More about All-Star  |  Event schedule