2013 (Dayton Dutch Lions): Logged four starts in an injury-shortened season with USL-PRO side Dayton in July, 2013.
Played one year collegiately at Indiana University before transferring to UCLA, where he became a standout defender in his final three seasons. While at Indiana, he earned unanimous selection to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team before being voted UCLA’s Defensive MVP in his sophomore season in 2010. He would repeat the same honor as a Bruin in his junior campaign and added Second Team All-Pac-12 status. In his senior season, he earned First-Team NSCAA All-Far West Region honors, becoming the first UCLA player since 1998 to earn that distinction three years in a row.
At Worthington Kilbourne High School, Wiet was named a two-time All-Ohio and All-District honoree and OSSCA First Team selection and played for the Crew Soccer Academy, reaching the U.S. Soccer Under-18 Development Academy National Tournament Semifinals, finishing the 2008 campaign ranked third nationally.
Wiet was signed as a Homegrown Player on November 26, 2013.
Wiet is the son of Greg and Susie Wiet. A fan of action movies, his go-to-flick is “The Bourne Identity” and he enjoys listening to country music like his favorite artist, Luke Bryan. In his spare time, Wiet particularly enjoys making smoothies and using the blender he got as a gift for college graduation. Outside of MLS, Wiet’s favorite teams include Bayern Munich, Ohio State and UCLA. Wiet’s enjoys traveling and adds Lake Como, Italy to the list of favorite places he has been along with participating in a “sister city” program in Japan. He is fluent in both English and Spanish and enjoys spending down moments with his two labs, Hershey and Oakley.