Honors & Awards

  • Academic All-America Second Team (2023)
  • First-Team All-Big Ten (2022, 2023)
  • Top Drawer Soccer Third-Team honoree (2023)
  • United Soccer Coaches All-Region First Team (2023)
  • United Soccer Coaches All-Region Second Team (2022)
  • Big Ten Preseason Player to Watch (2022)
  • Big Ten All-Freshman Team (2021)
  • Member of the 2023 Big Ten All-Tournament Team
  • College Sports Communicators Academic All-District (2022, 2023)
  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2023, 2024)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2022, 2023)
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2021, 2022*, 2023; Spring 2022, 2024)
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2022, 2023, 2024)

2023 (Junior)
Sarah Weber was a first-team All-Big Ten honoree as she captured her second-straight first-team All-Big Ten status. She started 23 games this season, amassed 1,885 minutes and was second on the team in goals (16) and total points (38). She also tallied 102 shots on the season, 43 of which were on goal. Additionally, Weber recorded four game-winners and recorded three braces on the season to help NU earn its program-best third-trip to the Elite Eight and a Big Ten regular season title. 

In NCAA competition, Weber is tied for first in the Husker records with eight combined points and four goals, and is second all-time with 19 total shots.

2022 (Sophomore)
Weber garnered first-team All-Big Ten accolades as the leader of the Husker offense in 2022. Weber started all 20 games and amassed 1,745 minutes. She led the team with 10 goals on the year, while also adding five assists for a total of 25 points. Weber topped the conference standings with 81 shots on the season and was in sixth in shots on goal with 28. The 2022 Big Ten Preseason Player to Watch also recorded three game-winners, including a finish in the Huskers’ game against #24 Penn State to secure the upset.

2021 (Freshman)
Weber had a breakout freshman campaign and was named to the All-Big Ten Freshman Team. She started all 18 games and amassed 1,369 minutes, placing her third on the team. Weber’s six goals ranks her second on the team, and she added two assists. Weber scored her first career goal at Baylor on Aug. 26 when she found the back of the net in the eighth minute. She recorded a brace in the Huskers’ matchup against Iowa on Oct. 14 as she scored in both the 10th and 38th minutes. Weber scored in the last two games to close the regular season against Illinois on Oct. 21 and Minnesota on Oct. 24. During the season, she took a team-high 62 shots, 31 of which were on goal.

High School
The 2019-20 and 2020-21 Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year and a two-time first-team all-state selection, Weber competed at Gretna High School where she was coached by Digger Hawkins. Weber was a key member of the Dragons' offense as a freshman in 2018 with 24 goals and 14 assists. As a sophomore she was the top scorer in Class A with 62 points, including 28 goals and six assists. Weber's 2020 high school season was canceled due to COVID-19, but she still earned All-America honors and was the United Soccer Coaches Association High School State Player of the Year in Nebraska. As a senior, Weber scored 48 goals and tallied 29 assists. She was named a United Soccer Coaches High School Girls All-American for the second year in a row. 

Other Information
During the club season she played for Coach Sean McCoy and Sporting OFC Premier after also playing for Coach Doug Trenerry of Gretna Sports Club. Weber has been involved in the U.S. Youth Olympic Development Program the last four years, qualifying for the Inter-Regional Thanksgiving Tournament and being selected to the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Inter-Regional All-Star Team twice (2017-18, 2018-19). She has been invited to three National Training Camps and in 2019 she made the U.S. Youth ODP National 02 and 03 teams. In April of 2020 Weber made the 18-player cut for the Olympic Developmental Program that was scheduled to compete in Paris, France, but the trip was canceled due to COVID-19. In the classroom Weber earned NCPA academic all-state honors in 2020 and has been a part of the National Honor Society at Gretna since 2019.

Personal Information 
Sarah is the daughter of Kevin and Tammy Weber, and was born on Feb. 14, 2003. Sarah has three brothers, Jacob, Zach and Isaiah. Sarah is majoring in computer science and is a three-time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll selection.

Weber on Nebraska
"Nebraska had everything I was looking for in a school from esteemed academics to outstanding athletics, not including the top-notch facilities and all-around school spirit. As far as the soccer team, they have excellent and dedicated coaches who emphasize player development while the team has the natural aspect of high inner squad competition. I'm extremely excited to play for my home state and compete in the Big Ten."