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Springfield, Va.
High School
Lake Braddock Secondary School

2016 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

Did not play.

Set career highs with 15 appearances and 11 starts during her sophomore season in 2017 … Played primarily at left back for the Tigers on the year … Part of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the campaign with a 1.12 goals against average while conceding 21 goals in 18 matches … Helped the Tigers slash their GAA from 1.51 the year before while conceding eight fewer goals from the 2016 season … Involved in Nicole Howard’s winning goal in a 3-1 home victory over Austin Peay on Sept. 3 during the non-conference season … Credited with her second career assist in the match … Saw sporadic action as a reserve forward late in the season … Attempted three total shots with one shot on target over the course of the season … Earned her second varsity letter.

Made 13 appearances with seven starts as a true freshman in 2016 … Took over the role as LSU’s starting right back in SEC play late in the season … Cracked the starting 11 at right back in each of the final seven SEC matches of the season against Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi State, Auburn, Alabama and Arkansas … Credited with an assist on Summer Clarke’s equalizer in the 80th minute at No. 11-ranked Auburn on Oct. 20 … Made her collegiate debut off the bench in a 3-0 win at Indiana in the opening match of the Hoosier Challenge Cup … Also made appearances in defense against Lamar in the non-conference season and Texas A&M, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Vanderbilt in SEC play … Part of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the 2016 season with a 1.51 goals against average … Attempted four total shots with one shot on goal during the season … Recognized for her academic performance following the season with a selection to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll … Earned her first varsity letter.

A decorated defender at Lake Braddock Secondary School under the direction of coach Adam Soos … Will serve as team captain in her senior season in 2016 … Honored as a second-team all-state, first-team all-conference and first-team all-region as one of the team’s starting outside backs as a junior in 2015 … Also named to the Washington Post All-Metro Second Team and’s Spring All-Star Team in Virginia in 2015 … Earned second-team all-conference honors while helping her high school team win the Patriot Conference championship and advancing to the region semifinals as a sophomore in 2014 … Sophomore season was highlighted by nine shutouts in defense … Also an honorable mention all-conference selection while starting as an outside back as a freshman in 2013 … Played club soccer for Prince William Soccer, Inc. as a forward and defender under coach Mike Cullina from 2014 through the rest of her youth career … Helped lead PWSI to back-to-back National Premier Leagues team championships in Virginia in 2014 and 2015 … Part of a defense that didn’t allow a goal in NPL play in 2014 while posting eight clean sheets … Also helped guide her PWSI Courage ’97 Red team to tournament championships at such prestigious events as the PDA Showcase (2014), CASL Showcase (2014, 2015) and WAGS Showcase (2014, 2015) … Also competed in such tournaments as the Disney Showcase and the Jefferson Cup for which PWSI advanced to the semifinals … Scored two goals at the Region I Championships while playing for PWSI ’96 Red in 2015 … Helped her club team place fourth in the 2015 Region I Champions League and advance to the Virginia State Cup finals in 2015 and semifinals in 2014 … Named to the SoccerWire Best XI for the week of Sept. 21, 2015, for her club performance.

Full name is Elinor Rose Weber … Born on Dec. 7, 1997 … Parents are Geno and Tina Weber, both LSU graduates … Has an older brother, Max, who is currently an LSU student … Also has two younger siblings, Eton and Victoria … Is a native of New Orleans … Currently undecided on what major she will pursue at LSU.


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