|City/State:||Boca Raton, Fla.|
|High School:||St. Andrews School|
Career: Tallied 39 career goals in four years ranking third on Duke’s all-time scoring list … her 100 career points ranked second on Duke’s all-time points chart … collected eight career multi-goal contests, which ranked second on the Duke list … her nine game-winning goals ranked tied for seventh at Duke all-time … in the Duke NCAA Tournament record book, ranked second in assists (6), third in points (12) and tied for sixth in goals (3) ... started 90 of 97 games played ... tied for first with teammate Natasha Anasi in most games played (97) ... led the United States to a gold medal at the Maccabi Games in Israel during the summer of 2013.
National Team Experience: Trained with the U.S. U-23 National Team in the spring of 2012.
Senior (2013): Appeared in all 24 matches, making 22 starts ... Senior CLASS Award Candidate ... named Preseason Soccer America All-America ... landed on Preseason All White Kit Forward of the Year List ... named Preseason TopDrawerSoccer Second Team Best IX ... earned 14 points on the season with five goals and four assists, including two against Miami on Sept. 12 ... scored the game-winning goal against Notre Dame on Oct. 20 ... took a team-high 77 shots, the seventh highest in the ACC ... named Capital One Academic All-District III First Team on ... registered 1,704 minutes played.
Junior (2012): Appeared in all 23 games, making 22 starts … Soccer America MVP Second Team ... TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Season – third team … earned Second Team All-Southeast Region … First Team All-ACC … tallied a team-high 44 points, which ranked tied for second in the ACC ... her 16 goals tied for a team-high and tied for third in the ACC … in the Duke single-season record books, first in points (44), first in points per game (1.91), ranked fifth in game-winning goals (5), second in multi-goal games (4), tied for second in goals (16) and tied for third in assists (12) ... registered five points in a game twice and four points three times … in the NCAA stats, ranked 11th in points per game (1.91), 24th in goals per game (0.696), 19th in assists per game (0.52), sixth in assists (12), 17th in game-winning goals (5), 13th in goals (16) and ninth in points (44) ... Weinberg and Kim DeCesare became Duke’s highest scoring duo in a single season (32 goals) … Jewish Sports Review First Team All-America ... Capital One Academic All-America Third Team … Capital One Academic All-District III … RMHC Student of the Week (10/9) … ACC Player of the Week, one of three NCAA Players of the Week, and TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week following three goals and one assist in two games against top-25 teams … TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week (9/10) … Duke Nike Classic All-Tournament Team (9/9) … notched two goals against Elon, Marquette, Clemson and Virginia Tech ... had a streak during the season where she notched a goal in six of seven contests ... connected on her only penalty kick chance against Washington State ... notched golden goals against Miami and Virginia Tech ... tallied 1,595 minutes played.
2012 Summer Action: Played with the New York Athletic Club in the Women’s Professional Summer League (WPSL) ... advanced to the finals of the U.S. National Cup tournament.
Sophomore (2011): Appeared in all 27 games and made 26 starts ... earned All-ACC Second Team honors for the second straight year ... a member of the Academic All-District III Second Team ... ranked 11th in TopDrawerSoccer’s ACC player listing ... named the NSCAA National Player of the Week, ACC Player of the Week and to Soccer America’s Team of the Week and Primetime Performer of the Week by CollegeSoccer360.com, following two goals at fourth-ranked Wake Forest ... a member of the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week on Aug. 24 ... ranked fourth on the team with 20 points, including eight goals, two of which were game-winners ... registered four assists ... was second on the team and eighth in the ACC with 71 shots ... had two multi-goal games -- in a 7-2 victory over Texas A&M and at Wake Forest ... scored the game-winning goal and took a season-high seven shots, five of which were on goal, in a 3-1 win over Georgia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... played a season-high 79 minutes in the national championship game against Stanford ... totaled one goal and five assists in the NCAA Tournament ... totaled 1,585 minutes on the season.
2011 Summer Action: Traveled to Germany with the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) U-19 squad ... the team won all three matches and outscored opponents 16-2.
Freshman (2010): Soccer America Second Team Freshman All-America ... earned spots on the All-ACC Second Team and the All-ACC Freshman Team ... named by the Jewish Sports Review to the 2010 Women’s All-America College Soccer First Team (Division I) ... selected to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week on Oct. 25 ... Primetime Performer by CollegeSoccer360.com on Oct. 26 ... in the ACC, ranked 10th in shots (63), seventh in goals with (10) and ninth in goals per game (0.43) ... notched a multiple-point performance with two goals and one assist in the victory over ninth-ranked Boston College ... played in all 23 games with 20 starts ... totaled 10 goals and two assists ... saw 1,471 minutes of playing time ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
2010 Summer Action: Played for the Miami Kickers F.C., in the WPSL ... netted three goals in four matches and earned All-Sunshine Conference accolades at forward.
Regional Team Experience: Member of her ODP Region III regional squad from 2006-09 ... traveled to Spain and Brazil with her Regional ODP squad.
High School/Club: Ranked as the 59th player in the TopDrawerSoccer.com Girls 2010 Top 100 and the fourth-best player in the state of Florida … totaled 117 career goals … selected to the Tri-Area All Country First Team for four straight years … a four-year letterwinner …as a senior, tallied 33 goals and seven assists … 2009-10 ESPN Rise All-South Florida Area Team … named Florida’s Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year for 2008-09 … selected as an All-America by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in 2008 … twice named Player of the Year by the Sun Sentinel … Senior Showcase MVP ... named MVP of the South vs. North Palm Beach County All-Star game with two goals - leading the South Team to a 3-2 win ... 2010 Sun-Sentinel All-County first team selection ... tallied 33 goals and seven assists as a junior … voted Team MVP in 2008 … registered 27 goals and 11 assists as a sophomore … helped her team to the crown at the 3A State Championship Tournament in 2007, where she was named tournament MVP as a freshman … totaled 24 goals and 10 assists as a freshman … featured in Sport’s Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” in February, 2008 …played for the Team Boca club team, which was a state finalist in 2008 and 2010 … was named an adidas ESP Camp All-Star in 2008 … traveled to the Fiji Islands in 2008 for the Soccer & Service program … has coached youth soccer at local summer camps … member of Key Club ... Pathfinder Nominee.
Personal: Laura Elizabeth Weinberg was born Oct. 12, 1991, in Miami, Fla. … daughter of Lawrence and Keri Weinberg … has one sister, Alexandra (19), who is a sophomore on the women’s soccer team at Savannah College of Art and Design ... named to the Dean’s List in the Spring of 2011 and Fall of 2011 at Duke ... a three-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... a four-time All-ACC Academic Team selection ... majored in sociology and history along with obtaining a markets and management certificate.