|Major:||Hotel and Restaurant Management|
Academic Notes: Majoring in hotel and restaurant management...3.80 high school GPA, graduated in top 5% of class...Two-time Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011 and 2012...Three-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete award recipient in 2011-13...Member of Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
Career Notes: Fourth in program history in saves (226)...Tied for fourth in program history in shutouts (11)...Fourth in program history in goals against average (1.378).
2012 (Junior): All-Big Sky honorable mention...College Sports Madness All-Big Sky second team...Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 2-8...Played in 16 games with 14 starts...Recorded a 3-6-5 record with a 1.16 goals against average, .841 save percentage and seven shutouts (six solo)...Made 90 saves in 1,322 minutes in goal...Allowed one goal or less in 11 games...Played every minute in 12 games, including all nine conference games...Allowed just eight goals with a 0.83 goals against average and made 63 saves in nine conference games...Recorded six conference shutouts...Made a career-high 12 saves against Portland State...Recorded three double-digit save games in conference play against Weber State, Portland State and Sacramento State...Became the sixth goalkeeper in program history to make as many as 12 saves in a game...Ranked in the top-five in Big Sky in all goalkeeping statistics...Third-best single-season goals against average and tied for ninth-most saves in program history...Ranked No. 39 in save percentage (.841), No. 81 in saves (90) and No. 143 in goals against average (1.16) in Division I...Ended season ranked No. 18 on Top Drawer Soccer Big Sky Top 20 list.
2011 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky honorable mention...Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week for Sept. 5-11 and Big Sky Co-Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 10-16...Played in 17 games with 16 starts...Recorded a 3-7-7 record with a 1.58 goals against average, .789 save percentage and two shutouts...Made 105 saves in 1,594 minutes in goal...Allowed one goal or less in 10 games...Played every minute in 13 games, including six of seven conference games...Allowed just eight goals with a 1.06 goals against average and made 47 saves in seven conference games...Recorded first collegiate solo shutout against Evansville...Also recorded a shutout at Air Force...Made a career-high 11 saves against Ball State and Portland State...Became the seventh goalkeeper in program history to make as many as 11 saves in one game and just the second to do it more than once...Led the Big Sky in saves (105) and saves per game (6.18)...Fifth-most saves in a season in program history (105)...Ranked No. 35 in saves (105) and No. 129 in save percentage (.789) in Division I.
2010 (Freshman): Started and played in six games...Recorded a 2-2-2 record with a 1.32 goals against average, .795 save percentage, and one shared shutout...Allowed eight goals and made 31 saves...Played every minute in five games...Allowed one goal or less in four of six games...Made career-high and team season-high nine saves against New Mexico State...Recorded first collegiate victory against Cal State Fullerton...Recorded first collegiate shutout against Air Force (shared with Tori Rocke).
High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer, one-year starter in volleyball at Chatsworth HS…First-team All-city and All-league for three seasons playing goalkeeper, defender and midfield…scored winning goal to win 2009 CIF Los Angeles City Section championship…Member of Cal South Olympic Development Program 2004-07…Member of Real So Cal club team for six years…won several state and tournament championships, ranking third in the nation for under-18 girls…Club team also played four games against Mexican national team in preparation for 2008 World Cup qualifying.
Personal: Lauren Lowell Weaver was born May 20, 1992 in Victorville, Calif....Daughter of Susan Weaver...One older sister, Stephanie, played soccer at Pierce Community College...Also considered Central Florida and Marquette before enrolling at NAU...Hobbies include candy making, baking, cooking and painting.
|Oct 7||Sacramento State||T, 0-0|
|Oct 12||at North Dakota||W, 4-0|
|Oct 14||at Northern Colorado||L, 5-0|
|Oct 19||Eastern Washington||T, 0-0|
|Oct 21||Montana||L, 1-0|
|Oct 26||CSU Bakersfield||L, 3-2|
|Aug 11||at Embry-Riddle University||W, 6-1||-||-||-||-||-|
|Aug 17||at UNLV||L, 2-0||-||-||-||-||-|
|Aug 24||Arizona State||L, 4-0||-||-||-||-||-|
|Aug 26||Arizona||L, 3-0||45:00||2||4.00||3||.600|
|Aug 31||vs. Fla. Atlantic||W, 2-0||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 2||vs. Oklahoma||L, 3-1||14:15||0||0.00||0||-|
|Sep 7||at San Francisco||T, 1-1||110:00||1||0.82||5||.833|
|Sep 9||at UC Davis||L, 3-0||45:00||2||4.00||9||.818|
|Sep 14||Florida Gulf Coast||T, 1-1||110:00||1||0.82||4||.800|
|Sep 16||San Jose State||W, 1-0||33:36||0||0.00||1||1.000|
|Sep 21||Southern Utah||W, 1-0||90:00||0||0.00||6||1.000|
|Sep 28||at Weber State||W, 1-0||90:00||0||0.00||11||1.000|
|Sep 30||at Idaho State||L, 2-1||90:00||2||2.00||4||.667|
|Oct 5||Portland State||T, 0-0||110:00||0||0.00||12||1.000|
|Oct 7||Sacramento State||T, 0-0||110:00||0||0.00||10||1.000|
|Oct 12||at North Dakota||W, 4-0||90:00||0||0.00||3||1.000|
|Oct 14||at Northern Colorado||L, 5-0||90:00||5||5.00||7||.583|
|Oct 19||Eastern Washington||T, 0-0||110:00||0||0.00||4||1.000|
|Oct 21||Montana||L, 1-0||90:00||1||1.00||6||.857|
|Oct 26||CSU Bakersfield||L, 3-2||93:38||3||2.88||5||.625|