2013: Solid force in the middle of the field, constantly grabbing 50/50 balls for the `Cats and pushing the offense on the attack ... Played in all 21 games during the year, making four starts ... Finished year with two goals with 19 shots and 10 shots on goal ... Tallied game-winning goal against No. 13 Wisconsin during the Big Ten Tournament (11/13) ... Registered a goal against Green Bay (9/13).
2012: Played all 23 games, making eight starts ... Three goals (fourth on the team) and four assists (third on the team) ... Made first career start vs. Kentucky (8/31) ... Scored first career point, assisting on the game-winning goal in NU's 2-1 OT win vs. Kentucky at the Gamecock Classic (8/31) ... Scored first career goal in NU's 3-2 win vs. Rhode Island (9/9) ... Assisted on both goals in NU's 2-0 win vs. Iona (9/14) ... Tallied his second career goal and first game-winning goal in double overtime against Michigan State (9/30) ... Third goal of the season was the game-winner off a long-range free kick in NU's 1-0 win over Ohio State (10/14) ... Assisted on the equalizer in NU's 1-1 tie at Indiana, which helped NU capture the necessary point to share the 2012 Big Ten regular-season title.
2011: Appeared in 16 games on the season ... Finished with six shots and two on goal ... Played a season-high 73 minutes against Rockford College ... Logged 337 minutes on the season.
High School: Four-year letterwinner ...Team captain as a junior and senior ... Team MVP his sophomore, junior and senior years ... First-team All-State and Michigan Dream Team member in 2010 ... Three-time All-Region selection ... Four-time All-Conference and All-District selection ... National Honor Society member ... Class President his freshman year. Club/National: Six-year member of Michigan Wolves ... Four-year team captain ... Michigan State Cup Champions in 2006 ... Has played in the USSF Developmental Academy with Michigan Wolves since 2008 ... Teammate of current Wildcat Reed Losee... USSF Academy National Champions in 2009 ... ODP Region II Champions in 2006 ... Attended ODP Region II trip to Spain in 2007... Selected to U-18 National Team Camp in 2009.
Personal: Born Eric Anthony Weberman ...Son of Aron and Cheryl Weberman ... Older brother, Brian, played soccer at Northwood University ... Chose Northwestern over Michigan ... Attended Northwestern's College Soccer Training Center and One Day Prep Camp ... Major is undeclared.