Tyler Green 55
Tyler  Green
Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Williamsville, NY

High School:
Williamsville North

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 230

Position:
IF

Bats/Throws:
Right/Right

 

03/14/2016

Vanderbilt Baseball Weekly - Week 4

Commodores post second 5-0 week, ready for SEC play

03/09/2016

Commodores blank Highlanders

Day, Abraham combine for team’s second shutout

02/28/2016

Commodores sweep series with blowout of Flames

Offense erupts for season-high 20 runs, 20 hits

02/17/2016

Vandy Boys ready to roll in 2016

Commodores open sixth straight season ranked in Top 10

12/01/2015

Omaha Challenge - Day 1

#VandyBoys triathlon makes big debut in event

06/22/2015

Vanderbilt vs. Virginia College World Series (Howell)

Vanderbilt played Virginia in the first game of the College World Series finals at TD Ameritrade Park.

06/19/2015

Vanderbilt vs. TCU - College World Series (Howell)

Vanderbilt played TCU in the College World Series on Friday, June 19, 2015 at TD Ameritrade Park. (Joe Howell)

06/19/2015

Vanderbilt vs. TCU - College World Series (Russell)

Vanderbilt played TCU in the College World Series on Friday, June 19, 2015 at TD Ameritrade Park.

06/14/2015

Omaha Day 3 at CWS - 6/13/15 (Barca)

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06/14/2015

Vanderbilt vs. Cal State Fullerton - College World Series (Peterson)

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Career Game Highs
Hits: 2, 2/20 vs. Indiana State
Runs: *1, last 3/9 vs. Radford
RBI:  3, 3/9 vs. Radford
Walks: 1, 5/13 at Louisville
HRs: 1, 3/9 vs. Radford
Strikeouts: *1, last 3/8 vs. Radford
Stolen Bases:

COACH CORBIN QUOTE: Greenie is a young man who is going to flourish at some point. He has size and athleticism that enable him to do a lot of things well on the field. He does some things offensively that are tough to teach. I love his seriousness and his consistent attitude toward the game and his teammates.

2016 - Belted his first career home run vs. Radford 3/9, lining a three-run shot over the left field wall... Picked up his first hit of the season with a RBI-double vs. UIC 2/28... Bounced into a double play in first plate appearance of the year vs. San Diego 2/20.

2015 - Scored a run and went 0-for-1 vs. Radford 6/1 in NCAA championship... Earned the nod at first base going 1-for-2 in win at Louisville 5/12... Made his first collegiate start at first base going 1-for-4 vs. Wofford 4/1... Struck out as a pinch hitter vs. Quinnipiac 3/10... Went 0-for-2 vs. Illinois State 2/27... Singled up the middle as a pinch hitter and came around to score in win over Indiana State 2/22 in Port Charlotte, Fla... Picked up his first two collegiate hits against Indiana State 2/20 in Port Charlotte, Fla. going 2-for-2 with a bunt single... Struck out as a pinch hitter vs. Santa Clara 2/14... Grounded out as a pinch hitter in his first collegiate at-bat vs. Santa Clara 2/13.

HIGH SCHOOL - Was a three-sport star at Williamsville North HS lettering in baseball (four years), football (three years) and hockey (three years)... Captain of the baseball team twice and captain of the hockey team once... Won the New York state title in hockey in 2011... Named baseball All-Conference 2011-12... Tagged an All-Conference hockey player 2012-13 and second team All-League in football in 2012.

ACADEMICS - Named to the 2015 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll while majoring in sociology.

PERSONAL - Tyler David Green... Born 4/19/95... Son of Sean and Lisa... Has two brothers, Owen and Griffin... Owen was drafted in the OHL and USHL and dad played collegiate hockey and professionally in Europe... Favorites include Derek Jeter (baseball player), New York Yankees (baseball team), MLB The Show (video game), Good Will Hunting, Dodgeball and Miracle (movies), Seinfeld, The Mentalist (TV shows), Vince Vaughn (actor), prime rib with a side of potatoes and green beans (meal), peanut butter and egg sandwich (late night snack)... Roommates with John Kilichowski and Matt Ruppenthal... Recipient of the Harold “Cotton” Clark Baseball Memorial Scholarship... Chose Vanderbilt for “the combination of the highest level of collegiate baseball and a first class education.”

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