Weilers goal came with 11:35 to play in the first period off a short cross from the right of the Highlanders goal from senior Mary Jo Hajek. Radford keeper Annaliese Yoder dove for the ball, and Weiler took advantage of the opportunity, dribbling to her left for the open shot.
The rest of the match remained scoreless for both teams, with Coastal missing a couple of scoring chances as their shots hit the post.
Play was fairly even throughout the 90 minutes, with CCU only outshooting Radford by four shots. Sophomore Bobbie Parsons led the Lady Chants with four tries, and Radfords Kara Ramer led her squad with three shots, two on goal.
Senior keeper Candice Doten recorded the shutout as she tallied four saves. Radfords Yoder and Tara Oleartchick split time in the net, with Yoder grabbing three saves and Oleartchick recording two.
Coastal now stands at 9-8-1 overall and 3-2-0 in the Big South, and Radford falls to 6-7-2 overall and 2-2-2 in the conference.
Coastal womens soccer plays its next match this Sunday, Oct. 26, taking on High Point at 1 p.m. Being the last home game of the 2003 season, the squads 13 seniors will be honored during pregame ceremonies.