Courtesy of Tufts Sports Information
Selected as a United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-American and to the D3soccer.com All-America Team, Sterling Weatherbie was a leading member of Tufts' NCAA Champion Men's Soccer team on the field and in the classroom.
A two-year captain of the Jumbos for head coach Josh Shapiro's team, Weatherbie was voted as New England Soccer Journal's Division III Player of the Year in the fall. He was also selected the Defensive MVP at the NCAA "Final Four," helping Tufts win its third NCAA title with a 2-1 victory against Calvin College. Weatherbie was a key player on Tufts' defense that allowed a 0.50 goals against average while also contributing four goals and an assist.
An economics major, Weatherbie was a Dean's List student in every semester and also earned NESCAC All-Academic Team honors for carrying a grade point average better than 3.5. After graduation, he took a job as a financial analyst at CBRE in Boston.
"After playing my junior season in high school I started talking to Coach Shapiro and the coaching staff about coming to Tufts and just loved the coaching staff, everything that they stood for," Weatherbie said. "When I came to visit Tufts and learned more about the academic as well as athletic opportunities I became hooked."