Hometown: Bridgeport, CT
Age: 34 (12/05/1983)
College: Penn State University
Last Club: Boston Breakers
Tiffany Weimer was claimed via the NWSL waiver process by the Washington Spirit on March 20, 2018.
2017: Signed with the Boston Breakers ahead of the 2017 NWSL season and made 17 appearances, recording one assist. 2016: Appeared in four games for FC Kansas City, before joining Swedish club Kvarnsvedens IK where she scored five goals in 10 games. 2015: Played in four games for the Spirit before being placed on the disable list due to complications from her ACL injury 2014: Traded to the Spirit prior to the 2014 season…Tore her ACL during preseason which sidelined her for the season 2013: Joined Portland Thorns FC midseason…scored one goal and one assist in ten games…scored the game-tying goal in NWSL semifinals…2013 NWSL Champion…2012:Spent the 2012/13 Danish Elitedivisionen season with Fortuna Hjørring where she tallied a team-high 11 goals during the regular season as the club finished the season in second place behind undefeated Brondby … Helped Fortuna reach the Round of 16 at the 2012/13 UEFA Women’s Champions League tournament … 2010: Joined the Boston Breakers for the 2010 WPS season, but transferred midway through the year to Swedish side AIK for the second half of the Damallsvenskan season … 2009: Was the No. 17 overall pick in the 2009 WPS General Draft by FC Gold Pride … Made 15 appearances for the club, recording a goal and three assists during the inaugural WPS season. 2008: Spent time with Finnish club Åland United and Brazilian side Santos FC … 2007: Played for SoccerPlus Connecticut in WPSL.
United States National Team: Weimer participated in training camps and made several appearances for the U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team from 2004-07 and was called into senior U.S. Women’s National Team training camp in January 2007 and again in February 2008.
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
A standout from 2002-05, Weimer scored 91 goals in 97 games during her four-year career with the Nittany Lions. She holds the NCAA record-long scoring streak (along with Thorns FC forward Christine Sinclair) by recording a goal in 17 consecutive matches during her senior season in 2005. Weimer finished the 2005 season with 32 goals, coming in second in the nation behind Sinclair (39)…2005 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Watch List…2004 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Runner-up…2003 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Finalist…2005 Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Year…At the conclusion of her career: Big Ten Career Goals Scored Leader (87)…Big Ten Record-Holder for Gamewinners in a Season (10)…Big Ten Record-Holder for Goals in a Season (28)…NCAA Co-Record Holder (Most Consecutive Games with at Least One Goal)