TULSA -- A three-year letterwinner and one-year starter . . . has played in 42 career games with 23 starts . . . career numbers include four goals and two assists for 10 points . . . has one career game-winning goal.
JUNIOR (2004) -- Started 21 of 23 games and notched three goals and one assist for seven points . . . scored one goal each against Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Drake and registered the game-winner against Southwest Missouri State in the MVC Tournament first round . . . earned his lone assist of the season against Western Kentucky . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" against Drake and Southwest Missouri State (11/6).
SOPHOMORE (2003) -- Saw action in 15 games and earned two starting assignments . . . registered one goal for two points . . . scored his lone goal of the year against Vanderbilt . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" vs. the Commodores . . . was inserted into the starting lineup in NCAA Tournament games against Oakland and #1 UCLA.
FRESHMAN (2002) -- Played in four games . . . recorded one assist for one point . . . notched his first collegiate point with an assist on Jamie Dabney's goal vs. Vanderbilt.
PRIOR TO TULSA -- Was a three-year letterwinner at Creekview High School . . . tallied 16 goals and nine assists for 41 points in 27 games during his senior campaign . . . as a senior, he was named to the Dallas Morning News All-Area first team, District 6-5A co-MVP, team MVP and was the recipient of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Soccer Association Scholar-Athlete Scholarship . . . named all-district and team offensive MVP as a junior . . . led his team to a District 6-5A championship and a regional quarterfinal finish . . . was the top scorer for three straight years for his club team, the Andromeda-Dallas . . . a National Merit Scholar and member of the National Honor Society and Who's Who Among American High School Students.
PERSONAL -- A philosophy major . . . born January 16, 1984 . . . one of three sons of David and Beth Wiley . . . a three-year member of the President's List (4.0) . . . named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete team and to the CoSida Academic All-District VI First team as a junior . . . was selected to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All- America Second Team and became the first men's soccer player in school history and the 26th Tulsa student-athlete to earn Academic All-America honors since 1995.
Wiley's Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts 2002 4-0 0 0 1 1 2003 15-2 13 1 0 2 2004 23-21 26 3 1 7 Totals 42-23 39 4 2 10
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