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.

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