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Charity Weston
Charity Weston

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Layton, Utah

High School:
Layton HS

Last College:
San Jose State

Height:
5-4

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
12/03/1983

Experience:
3L

2005 (JR): Earned first-team all-WAC honors, marking the second year in a row for first-team all-conference accolades... With a repeat first-team honor in 2006, can become the third player in Utah State soccer history to earn first-team all-conference honors twice. She would also become the third Aggie to receive all-conference accolades in three or more seasons.... Individually, Weston and Liz Masson became just the fourth and fifth players, and the first set of teammates, in school history to earn first-team all-conference honors... Enters the 2006 season third on USU's career assist list with nine, two shy of the record of 11 held by Amber Tracy (2000-03)... Weston and Charlsie Harris begin the season tied for sixth on USU's career goals list with 10 each... One of six Aggies to start all 20 matches, and only one of four returners... Led USU and ranked fifth in the WAC by netting seven goals, including three game-winners, which was tied for the second-most in the WAC... Led the team and tied for fifth in the WAC with 18 points (seven goals, four assists)... Tied for third in the WAC with 55 shots... Named XBOX Live WAC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 19 after scoring the game-winning goals in both matches for Utah State for the week as the Aggies went 2-0, as she helped USU capture its first win of the season by netting two goals in its 3-1 win against San Francisco on Sept. 15... Weston then added her third goal of the week as the Aggies shutout Idaho State, 2-0, two days later... Tallied seven points in two matches with a goal and assist in the Aggies' 4-2 loss at San Jose State on Oct. 14, and then recorded her second two-goal match in USU's 2-1 win over Hawai'i on Oct. 16, dealing UH its first WAC loss of the season... A Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete Award selection... Named to the Academic all-WAC Team... Helped USU receive the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the third-straight season.

2004 (SO): Selected honorable mention all-Big West... Started all 18 matches... After not recording an assist as a freshman, she led the team with five assists as a sophomore... Joined Ally Clegg (2000) as the only other Aggie to record three assists in a match, recording the hat trick against Idaho (Oct. 10)... Her assists placed her tied for ninth in the Big West in both total assists (five) and assists per game (0.28). They also put her tied for second on USU's single-season assist list... She also contributed two goals - the first coming against Weber State (Aug. 30) and the second coming on a penalty kick against Cal Poly (Oct. 29)... Her nine points were second on the team... Named a Joe E. Whitesides academic selection.

2003 (RS-FR): Saw action in 16 games, starting eight... Three of her eight shots were on goal... Recorded her first career start against Portland State on Sept. 23... Notched her first career goal in USU's 2-0 win against Northern Colorado on Sept. 26... Earned academic honors as a Joe E. Whitesides selection.

2002 (M-RS) (San Jose State): Spent the season as a medical redshirt.

High School: An all-state and all-region selection as a senior... Team captain in 2001... Named MVP in 2000... A three-year letterwinner in basketball... Graduated with a 3.2 GPA.

Personal: Born Dec. 3, 1983... Daughter of Raegene and Ted Weston... Major is physical education... Full name is Charity Jordan Weston.

Weston's Career Statistics
	M/MS 	SOG 	Goals 	Ast 	GWG	Pts
2002	Medical Redshirt
2003	16/8	3	1	-	-	2
2004	18/18	13	2	5	-	9
2005	20/20	22	7	4	3	18
Totals	54/46	38	10	9	3	29
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