At Charlotte: 2015 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers finish second in the Conference USA Regular Season standings and earn an NCAA tournament bid. Helped the 49ers backline record eight shutouts and allow just 15 goals in 20 games. Earned a spot on the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the week after Waechter helped the 49ers defense only let up one goal combined in two double overtime games (William & Mary, September 15, Old Dominion, September 19). Scored a goal in the 49ers 2-1 victory over Radford in the NCAA tournament (November 19). Recorded ten shots on the season. 2014 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers capture the Conference USA Regular Season and earn a #10 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Scored the game winning goal in the victory over FIU. Recorded an assist in the win over Campbell. Helped the team record eight shutouts on the season. Started all 19 games for the 49ers. 2013 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers capture the Conference USA Tournament title and earn a national seed in the NCAA Tournament. Earned Conference USA All-Freshman team honors. Earned College Soccer News National Team of the Week honors (September 22). Saw action in 20 games with 19 starts. Helped the 49ers defense record 11 shutouts and limit 17 foes to a goal or less. Scored three goals and recorded three assists. Scored goals against Memphis, Campbell and at Tulsa. In the Tulsa game, he scored a goal and recorded an assist. Assisted on the game-winning goal at Denver. Also tallied an assist against Old Dominion. 2012 - Redshirted.
At Greenbrier: Earned All-Area and All-Region honors as a junior and a senior. Helped Greenbrier reach the state championship game with a 20-0-2 record as a senior. Led Greenbrier to back-to-back Georgia Region 2AAAAA championships in 2009 and 2010. Earned Greenbrier Offensive MVP honors in 2011. Played for South Carolina United FC club team and led them to a Division Championship in 2010. In 2009 he experienced International play as a freshman playing in Montabaur, Germany. Older sister Kelsey plays soccer at the University of South Florida.