|High School:||St. Francis DeSales|
2013: National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-American, the first in the program's history ... NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region second team … Ohio Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year, the second in the program’s history … first team All-OAC … Academic All-OAC for the third consecutive season … Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association (OCSA) second team Division III All-Ohio ... OCSA first team Division III Academic All-Ohio ... co-captain … led the conference and ranked in the top 75 in the nation in save percentage (.820) … finished second in the league in saves per match (5.26) and total saves (100) … tied for second in the OAC with six solo shutouts … helped team post seven shutouts … had a record of 9-7-3 … posted a goals-against average of 1.13 … allowed 22 goals in 1750:18 minutes played … started all 19 matches he appeared in … scored a goal from more than 60 yards out in the OAC Tournament quarterfinals against Baldwin Wallace on Nov. 4, which held up as the game-winner and was featured on Fox Sports 1’s “Fox Sports Live” … assisted on the game-tying goal against Colorado College on Sept. 6, when the Crusaders went on to win 2-1 … also recorded an assist on Oct. 5 against John Carroll … tied for the team lead with two assists
2012: Academic All-OAC … served as a team captain … started all 17 matches he appeared in … posted a 7-6-4 record … played 1,561 minutes … goals against average was 1.21 … made 86 saves with a .804 save percentage
2011: Received Academic All-OAC Honorable Mention….appeared in 19 games and started in 17 as a Captain for the Crusaders….he helped his team with 106 saves, and four shut-outs.
2010: Weisgarber appeared in 19 games, with 16 starts for Capital…he had 90 saves in goal.
Personal: Majoring in Biology/ Pre-Med and plans on becoming an Orthopedic Surgeon…he participates in SAAC here at Capital…Parent is Sherry Weisgarber…attended St. Francis DeSales High School, where he played soccer…his greatest sports accomplishment was making it to the National Championship, and State Championship games.