Stevens, 35, surrendered in court on Friday after pleading no contest to charges that he was driving under the influence on Jan. 19 in a U.S. Women's National Team vehicle with his wife, goalkeeper Hope Solo, 33.
ET caught up with Hope earlier this week at practice before she heads to the FIFA Women's World Cup in June.
"This year personally has been really tough, but I feel like I've been in the best place I've been in in a very long time," Hope told ET. "That is due to my teammates and the support they've given me and going through so many hardships, knowing that we have gotten through it all together has brought us to a different place."
Stevens' January arrest marked his second DUI in 10 years. In addition to the jail time, he will also be on probation for four years and has been ordered to attend a two-year outpatient alcohol program.
Controversy is nothing new for Stevens and Solo. The couple's 2012 nuptials came less than two days after Stevens was released from police custody after being suspected of assault against Solo. In the assault case, Stevens was never charged.