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Tyler Goldstein
Tyler  Goldstein

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Highland Park, IL

High School:
Highland Park

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190

Position:
RHP

B/T:
R/R

05/29/2013

Program Record Four Blue Jays Named Academic All-America

Ryan Zakszeski Earns First Team Honors

05/21/2013

ABCA Names Four Blue Jays to All-Mid-Atlantic Region

Most Players Honored Since 2010 for Hopkins

05/20/2013

Four Blue Jays Named D3Baseball.com All-Region

Senior Ryan Zakszeski Named First Team

05/20/2013

Four Blue Jays Named D3Baseball.com First Team

Senior Ryan Zakszeski Named First Team

05/15/2013

Hopkins Stumbles in Regional Opener, 10-5

Alvernia Posts 17 Hits and 10 Runs on Blue Jays

04/12/2012

Baseball vs Franklin & Marshall

Baseball splits double header with Franklin & Marshall

04/02/2012

Baseball vs Messiah

Baseball Takes on Messiah on March 1, 2012

2014: Capital One Academic All-District • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • appeared in eight games as a starting pitcher • tossed 4.0 innings with five strikeouts to earn the win against Rivier (3/8) • went 5.0 innings with six strikeouts in win over UMass Boston (3/19) • tallied season-high eight strikeouts against Gettysburg (4/17).

2013: Third Team Capital One Academic All-America • First Team All-Centennial Conference • Third Team ABCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region • Third Team D3baseball.com Mid-Atlantic Region • Capital One Academic All-District • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • notched a 2.58 ERA in 11 starts (8-3) • struck out team-high 58 batters in 66.1 innings, walking just 12 • posted 0.94 ERA and 5-0 record in conference action • Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week (4/1) • struck out seven in five innings of work against Rutgers-Newark • pitched second career complete game against Haverford, fanning nine • struck out nine in complete game against Swarthmore.

2012: Made 11 appearances, posting a 4-3 record as a starter (5.29 ERA) • pitched 49.1 innings, notching 25 strikeouts • made first career start against Rowan • earned first career win against William Paterson • went seven scoreless innings in win against Franklin & Marshall, allowing just three hits.

2011: Made one appearace • threw one scoreless and hitless inning against Salisbury (May 5).

Personal: Tyler J. Goldstein • son of Terri and Scott Goldstein • born December 6, 1991 • father, Scott, played football at Grinnell College • all-conference selection in both junior and senior seasons • helped lead team to back-to-back conference championships as a junior and senior • majoring in economics with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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