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  Tyler Chadwell

Tyler Chadwell

Player Profile

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Amesville, Ohio

High School:
Federal Hocking

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
IF

Birthdate:
02/23/1989

B/T:
R/R

2009: Played in six games, starting five, before missing much of the season with an injury ... Appeared in all six games in a row from March 7 to March 14 ... Collected a pair of singles for a .143 average (2-for-14) ... Scored lone run of year March 11 vs. Wright State and tallied lone RBI March 13 vs. Duquesne ... Earned two walks to help his .294 on-base percentage, but had six strikeouts and grounded into three double plays ... Had an .875 fielding percentage with three errors in 24 chances.

2008: Saw action in 10 games, starting three at second base ... Earned first-career start April 12 versus Eastern Michigan and had two RBIs, one on a sac fly, while scoring his only run of the year ... Hit .158 in 19 at-bats, registering three hits ... Put up two hits April 16 at Youngstown State ... Hit first-career double April 15 against Pittsburgh ... Had three RBIs on the season ... Slugged .211 with an on-base percentage of .190 ... Had a 1.000 fielding percentage with 20 assists.

High School: Tri-Valley Conference Offensive MVP as a junior and senior ... First-team All-Ohio as a senior ... Selected all-league and all-district as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Helped lead Federal Hocking to two sectional titles, one district championship and regional tournament runner-up finish ... Batted over .500 as a junior and senior ... Also lettered four times in football and three times in basketball ... Two-time Athens County Athlete of the Month.

Personal: A business major ... Son of Brent and Kimberly Chadwell ... Salutatorian of high school graduating class ... Member of National Honor Society ... Winner of the Russ College of Engineering Scholarship ... Born on Feb. 23, 1989 ... Nephew of Georgia Tech head baseball coach Danny Hall.