2018: Started eight of 11 games played on the season … saved eight shots in 30 minutes in a 16-5 loss against Ithaca (3/15) … made 14 saves at Clarkson in a 6-5 win (3/24) … compiled nine saves in a 6-4 loss at Oneonta (3/31) … collected nine saves in a 3-2 win at Brockport (4/11) … had nine saves against Oswego in a 5-3 loss (4/15) … made a season-high 16 saves in a 9-4 victory against Potsdam (4/21) … acquired 12 saves at Cortland in a 17-7 loss (4/28 ) …named Second Team All-SUNYAC.
2017: Appeared in eight games for the Knights … made two save in seven minutes of play at Morrisville for an 11-5 win (3/1) … completed four saves in 15 minutes against Elmira in a 22-2 victory (4/1) … contributed five saves in 15 minutes at Cortland during the SUNYAC Semifinal in a 16-4 loss (6/3).
Prior to Geneseo: Played for Fairport High School under head coach Mike Torelli … named First Team All-Monroe County in 2015 and 2016 … named All-Section V in 2016 … named First Team All-Monroe County for football in 2015.
Personal: Tyler David Wetzel was born and raised in Fairport, N.Y. … parents are Dan and Kristy Wetzel … has two siblings, Ryan and Toby … mother, Kristy, graduated from Geneseo in 1989 … studying business administration with a minor in communication … enjoys hanging out with friends in his spare time … favorite athletic-related moment is winning the Section V Lacrosse Championship in 2014 … started playing lacrosse in kindergarten because his brother played and his parents wanted them playing the same sport … favorite professional sports team is the Miami Dolphins … favorite professional athlete is Dan Marino … dislocated both hips in sixth grade football and now has pinned hips … names his father for having the most influence on his athletic career because he always been there and always believed in him.
|Mar 9||St. Lawrence||L, 9-4|
|Mar 13||Baldwin Wallace||L, 13-10|
|Mar 15||Clarkson||L, 11-4|
|Mar 18||at Morrisville||W, 17-4|
|Mar 20||at Alfred||W, 13-10|
|Mar 23||at Salisbury||L, 18-3|
|Feb 23||at Maritime (N.Y.)||W, 14-13||1||60:00||13||8||38.1|
|Mar 2||at Ithaca||L, 11-9||1||60:00||11||15||57.7|
|Mar 9||St. Lawrence||L, 9-4||1||60:00||9||10||52.6|
|Mar 13||Baldwin Wallace||L, 13-10||1||39:28||7||8||53.3|
|Mar 15||Clarkson||L, 11-4||1||60:00||11||11||50.0|
|Mar 18||at Morrisville||W, 17-4||1||45:00||3||7||70.0|
|Mar 20||at Alfred||W, 13-10||1||59:35||10||20||66.7|
|Mar 23||at Salisbury||L, 18-3||1||45:00||15||12||44.4|
|Mar 27||Rochester Institute of Technology||-||-||-||-||-|
|Mar 30||at Plattsburgh||-||-||-||-||-|
|Apr 3||at St. John Fisher||-||-||-||-||-|
|Apr 20||at Oswego||-||-||-||-||-|
|Apr 27||at Potsdam||-||-||-||-||-|