FRESHMAN (2019): Closed out the campaign with three doubles victories, all while playing alongside Roger Rogowski, and a pair of singles wins … posted his first singles victory of the slate on Feb. 25 at Gardner-Webb with a 6-3, 6-4 triumph against Bonaventura Durall … garnered his second win of the singles slate on March 24 with a two-set victory over Samuel Schiano (USC Upstate) by scores of 6-4, 7-6 (6-0) … earned all three doubles victories in April … first doubles win came over Douglas MacIntosh / Camden Mazzoni (Davidson) by a 6-3 decision … downed Elon’s Dino Bonetta / Taylor Foote (6-4) on April 11 … closed out the SoCon Tournament with a 6-2 win against Furman’s pair of Henrik Atlevi / Drew Singerman on April 18.
PREP: Wyett has competed for the Wesley College Lions of Glen Waverly, Victoria, Australia for the past five seasons and helped Wesley earn the Associated Public Schools (APS) Tennis Team of the Year during the 2016 and 2017 seasons as the No. 3 singles player and competed at No. 2 doubles ... served as a team captain during the last two seasons and he was once ranked as high as the 20th best tennis player in Australia ... competed at the Glen Iris Valley Tennis club for five seasons under head coach Kane Dewhurst ... won the 2016 Groove Train Glen Iris Australia Day JT 16 U singles, 2016 Boroondara Tennis Center Classic (AMT White) singles consolation winner, the Dingley Bendigo Bank Classic (AMT Gold) doubles semi-finalist and was a finalist in the 2015 Victorian State Schoolboys and Schoolgirls Championships ... in 2011, he competed on the Victorian Tennis team in the Australian Primary Schools National Championships ... was named all-state and was part of the VPSSA State tennis team event as well as competing for the National Tennis Academy Development squad from 2010-2011 and he competed with all-state, all-district and regional teams.
PERSONAL: Son of Shannon and Brenton Wyett and plans to major in entrepreneurship.