Birthplace: Phoenixville, Pa.
Hometown: Phoenixville, Pa.
Current Residence: Philadelphia, Pa.
Club Affiliation: USRowing Training Center – Oklahoma City
Began Rowing: 2006, La Salle College High School
Date of Birth: 8/30/90
High School: LaSalle College High School
Undergraduate Education: Princeton University, Sociology, 2013
Training Location: Philadelphia, Pa.
Current Coach: Cam Kiosoglous
National Teams: Five – 2008, Junior; 2011-12, Under 23, 2014-15, Senior
International Results: Won bronze in the lightweight four at the 2016 World Rowing Cup I...Finished seventh in the lightweight men's four at the 2015 World Rowing Championships . . . Finished 15th in the lightweight pair at the 2014 World Rowing Championships...Won silver in the lightweight pair at the 2013 World Rowing Cup III…Finished seventh in the lightweight four at the 2012 World Rowing Under Championships... Finished ninth in the lightweight four at the 2011 World Rowing Under 23 Championships…Finished third in the junior eight at the 2008 World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships.
National Results: Finished second in the lightweight pair at the 2016 National Selection Regatta I...Won the lightweight pair at the 2014 Senior I World Championships Trials…Finished seventh in the pair at the 2014 National Selection Regatta 2...Won the eight at the 2011 USRowing Na-tional Championships…Took second in the four at the 2011 USRowing National Champion-ships…Finished first in the lightweight eight at the 2010 Head of the Charles…Finished third in the freshman eight at the 2010 IRA Championships…Took third in the lightweight freshman eight at the 2010 Eastern Sprints …Finished second in the lightweight eight at the 2009 Head of the Charles.
Personal: Tyler’s hobbies include riding motorcycles and cooking…Before each race he watches the movie Gladiator…Most memorable sporting moment was earning silver in the lightweight men's pair at 2013 World Cup III in Lucerne. …Tyler lists Marty Crotty as the most influ-ential person in his sporting career and his parents as his personal heroes.