AS A SENIOR IN 2013
All-CCAA Second Team ... CCAA All-Academic ... Started each of the first 18 games as a defensive central midfielder before missing first three postseason contests through injury ... Returned for a brief stint off the bench in postseason debut vs. No. 12 Simon Fraser (11/22) in third round of NCAA Championship in Denver, Colo. ... First collegiate goal was the 28th-minute winner in a 1-0 victory at then-14th-ranked Chico State in its home opener (9/20) ... Also assisted on clinching goal in 2-0 home win vs. Humboldt State (9/27).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2012
Appeared in 12 matches, starting 10 ... Played a season-high 110 minutes with a season-high three shots in a scoreless draw at San Francisco State (9/23), and 104 minutes at Cal State East Bay (10/26).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011
One of seven Tritons to appear in all 18 matches, starting 11 ... Tallied 1,070 minutes as a midfielder, sixth-most on the squad ... Earned first college start in opener at Cal Baptist (9/1) ... Had a shot on goal vs. San Francisco State (10/28) ... Team's David Bakal Work Ethic Award.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010
Appeared in nine matches, all as a substitute ... Notched first point of career with a late assist to cap a 2-0 win vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/3) ... College debut came in season opener vs. Dominican (9/2).
Competed for Rancho Santa Fe Attack from 1998-2004 and San Diego Surf Soccer Club from 2004-10 ... Helped the Surf to a No. 13 national ranking.
A 2010 graduate of La Costa Canyon High School in Carlsbad ... Earned three varsity letters and was chosen Team MVP as a senior after leading the Mavericks to records of 8-6-4 overall and 6-3-1 in the Palomar League ... First-team all-league selection ... Three-time Palomar League champion ... Tallied two goals as a junior, when the team went 21-1-3 overall and 8-0-2 in league play, ranking as high as No. 2 nationally.
Born April 21, 1992 in Oceanside ... Parents are Steven and Shawn Wirth, both graduates of San Diego State ... Mother rowed collegiately at SDSU ... Has a younger sister named Hayley ... A mechanical engineering major with a minor in marine sciences at Marshall College ... Would like to pursue professional soccer, or be able to combine his engineering knowledge and love of the ocean and start his own aquatic company ... Counts beating Sonoma State at home in double overtime in 2011 as a memorable UCSD moment ... Enjoys surfing, fishing, filming and photography ... Favorite pro teams are Manchester United, the San Diego Chargers and Padres ... Favorite athlete is retired Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes ... Top movie is 21 Jump Street ... Listens to Daft Punk ... Loves cereal ... Greatest influence is his grandfather.