2008 Season (Junior): Selected to ACWPC All-America Second Team as well as to All-MPSF Second Team ... named MPSF Mikasa Player of the Week (9/15) ... scored 55 goals on the year, sharing the team lead with his brother, Drac ... led the team with 10 hat tricks among his 16 multi-goal efforts ... opened the season with five consecutive hat tricks ... scored 15 goals at the Princeton Invitational (9/13-15) ... posted four goals against LMU at the NorCal Tournament (9/20) ... scored three times in 12-2 rout at UCLA (10/18) ... posted hat trick in 6-5 loss to USC (11/15) ... scored six goals at the MPSF Tournament to be named to the all-tournament team (11/28-30) ... scored a goal in national title game loss to USC (12/7) ... named to the National Collegiate Championship All-Tournament Team.
2007 Season (Sophomore): Earned All-America honorable mention recognition from the AWCPC ... Named to All-MPSF Second Team ... Tied for third on the team (with brother Drac) with 32 goals ... Scored a goal in 17-8 season-opening victory over Navy (9/14) ... Posted a pair of hat tricks and seven goals in all on opening day of the NorCal Tournament (9/15), scoring four in 14-9 tournament-opening victory over Pacific, and three in 11-9 afternoon win over UC Irvine ... Recorded another hat trick with three goals in 20-11 rout of Pacific (9/22) ... Netted one of two Cardinal goals against USC (10/6) ... Scored a goal in each of Stanford's four SoCal Tournament games (10/13-14), including one in a 10-9 overtime semifinal victory over California ... Scored twice in win over Pepperdine (10/28) ... Turned in another hat trick with three goals against UC Santa Cruz (11/1) ... Matched season-high with four goals, his fifth hat trick of the season, in 8-6 victory over UC Irvine (11/10) ... Netted a goal in 10-9 overtime Big Splash win over California (11/16) ... Scored four goals at the MPSF Tournament (11/23-25), highlighted by two-goal effort in semifinal against USC.
2006 Season (Freshman): Third on team with 33 goals ... Collected season-high four goals against UC San Diego ... An Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) honorable mention All-American ... A third-team all MPSF performer.
High School: Helped lead Northeast High School to three appearances (2004, 2005, 2006) in the Florida state championship game ... Northeast won the state title in 2005 and 2006 ... An All-American ... A four-year starter ... A two-year captain along with his twin brother, Drac ... Competed in the state championships in swimming ... A Scholar-Athlete ... Also played soccer.
Cardinal Catalogue: Psychology major ... The younger brother of former Cardinal four-time All-American Wolf Wigo ... Their father, Bruce, is the former executive director of U.S. Water Polo, and now runs the U.S. Aquatics Hall of Fame in Florida.