Andrew Wiedeman
Andrew Wiedeman

Player Profile

San Ramon, Calif.

High School:
California HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160




Cal Career:


2009: Selected to the NSCAA Far West All-Region and All-Pac-10 first teams after he paced the Bears in points (26), goals (11) and game-winning goals (5) and started all 18 games in 2009...he ranked second on the team with four assists in his final season as a Bear...earned a spot on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America second team after first claiming a berth on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 8 Team...Wiedeman was named to three important preseason award lists - the Watch List for the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy and the preseason All-America teams for Soccer America and College Soccer News.

2008: NSCAA third-team All-Pac-10 first-team selection and also named to Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Season... named to the NSCAA Far West All-Region first team...Pac-10 all-academic second-team selection...led the team with 29 points (12G, 5A)...started all 21 games...netted Cal's final goal of the season against Maryland in the third round of the NCAA Tournament...tallied two scores against UCSB in the second round of the NCAA College Cup, including the gamewinner, one of his four game-winning goals of the season...boasts a total of 12 postseason points...scored his third goal and team-leading 10th point of the season against USF (Sept. 26), and scored Cal's third goal against San Francisco in the first round of the NCAA College Cup...named the Pac-10 Player of the Week for the second time in his collegiate career, the Soccer America Player of the Week and was named to the College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer National Teams of the Week following his performances in the opening weekend of the that opening weekend, he scored the eventual gamewinner in Cal's 3-1 victory over UC Riverside on Aug. 29, scoring two goals less than four minutes apart to give the Bears a commanding 3-0 lead...two days later against Maryland on Aug. 31, he tallied an assist on the late game-winning goal.

2007: During the offseason, was selected one of 23 collegiate men's soccer players who were invited to a training camp for the U.S. Men's Under-20 National team...All-Pac-10 second-team selection...named to the College Soccer News and Soccer America All-Freshman first team...led the Bears in points (20), goals (7) and assists (6)...scored the game-winning goal against UC Davis in the first round of the NCAA College Cup...named the Pac-10 Player of the Week and selected to Soccer America's Men's Team of the Week and College Soccer News' National Team of the Week on Oct. 9 for his six-point weekend against Washington (Oct. 5) and Oregon State (Oct. 7)...registered two assists against the Huskies and scored the first two goals in the Bears' 3-0 win over the Beavers...produced five game-winning goals in 2007...scored the game-winning goal against San Diego State (Nov. 2)...tallied an assist on the game-winning goal against Towson...scored his first two goals of the season, including the 88th-minute gamewinner, against Davidson.

High School: Played all three games for the U.S. Under-18 National team in the SBS Cup, recording an assist in the club's 1-0 victory over Japan...captained Mustang United for the past three years...selected to the Super Y-League national team in 2006...played state ODP for four years and captained his most recent team...four-year letterwinner at California High School in San Ramon...a first-team all-EBAL pick as a junior.

Andrew Wiedeman in action against Stanford in 2009. (

Personal: Social welfare major...parents are Kevin and Imelda of five siblings...hopes to own his own business...born Aug. 22, 1989, in Oakland, Calif.

Wiedeman's Statistics
Year	G	GS	Shots	Goals	Assists	Points
2007	20	20	28	7	6	20
2008	21	20	67	12	5	29
2009	18	18	61	11	4	26
Totals	59	58	156	30	15	75
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