Annual Commencement on National Mall Highlights Weeklong Activities
Colonials Place Seventh at CWPA Championship
Colonials Will Face MIT on Sunday for Seventh Place
Colonials Beat Hopkins, Fall to St. Francis
Ninth-Seeded Colonials Face No. 8 Johns Hopkins in First Round
Finishes his career ranked third all-time at GW with 339 career points, fifth with 228 career goals and 153 career ejections drawn and sixth with 111 career assists.
Served as team co-captain ... Led GW with career highs of 70 goals and 105 points and ranked second on the team with 35 assists, also a career best ... Also ranked second on the team with 40 ejections drawn, third with 31 steals and fourth with eight field blocks ... Took 166 shots on the season - second-most on the team - and posted a .422 shooting percentage, third-best among Colonials with at least 30 attempts ... Named CWPA Southern Division Player of the Week twice (Sept. 11, Sept. 25) ... Scored at least one point in all 31 games with at least one goal in all but four contests ... Posted 19 multi-goal performances with 16 hat tricks ... Recorded five goals and three ejections drawn against Gannon in the Navy Open (9/7) ... Tallied seven points on four goals and three assists and added four steals against Bucknell (9/21) ... Two of his goals against the Bison came on penalty shots ... Followed with eight points on four goals and four assists in 14-13 win over Navy (9/28) ... Scored seven points on five goals and two assists in back-to-back games against Iona and Fordham (10/26) ... Four of his goals against the Gaels came in man-up situations, while two of his goals against the Rams came on penalty shots ... Concluded his career with five points on three goals and two assists to go with three steals and five ejections drawn against MIT at the CWPA Championship (11/24).
Led GW with 51 goals and 74 points and ranked second with 23 ejections drawn and fourth with 23 assists and 28 steals ... Scored multiple goals in 15 of the 22 games in which he played, including eight hat tricks ... Tallied at least four points 10 times ... Named CWPA Southern Division Player of the Week on Oct. 10 ... Recorded a career-high 10 points on four goals and a career-best six assists against Bucknell (Sept. 22) ... Scored a season-high five goals in back-to-back games against California Baptist (Oct. 5) and Whittier (Oct. 5), then again in the season finale against Johns Hopkins at the CWPA Southern Division Championship (Nov. 4) ... Scored the game-winner with 1:04 to play against Whittier, and three of his five goals against Cal Baptist were five-meter shots ... Also scored the game-winning goal on a penalty shot in double overtime against Chapman.
CWPA Southern Division First Team Selection ... Tied for the team lead with 44 ejections drawn and ranked second with 48 goals, third with 20 assists and 15 ejection goals and fourth with 68 total points in 23 games played ... Recorded 13 multi-point games, including 11 multi-goal efforts ... Had seven games with three or more ejections drawn ... Posted a career-high nine goals against Johns Hopkins University in a 14-13 win (9/24) ... Also scored nine points on four goals and five assists in a 16-15 win over Chapman at the Claremont Convergence (10/8).
CWPA Southern Division Second Team selection ... Led GW with 92 points and 46 ejections drawn, second on team with 59 goals, 33 assists and 34 steals in 29 games ... Two-time CWPA Southern Division Rookie of the Week selection (9/7, 9/15) ... 19 multi-point games, 16 multi-goal games ... Season-high five goals against Queens (NY) (9/5) and Iona (9/11), season-best eight points against Bucknell (4g, 4a; 9/25) ... Twice recorded five steals in a game (Iona 9/17; #17 Princeton 9/26) and posted six ejections drawn against #15 Navy (10/30).
Helped Woodrow Wilson Classical High to California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division II quarterfinals appearance in 2009 ... First Team All-CIF Southern Section Division II performer in 2009 and 2010 ... Two-time Moore League Player of the Year ... Fifth Team All-California & Hawaii selection.
Daniel Nelson Tyner ... Born Aug. 25, 1991, in Long Beach, CA ... Son of Dan and Ruthann Tyner ... Has younger sister, Nicole ... Majoring in sport, event and hospitality management.
|Goals||9||vs. Johns Hopkins (9/24/11)|
|Assists||6||vs. Bucknell (9/22/12)|
|Points||10||vs. Bucknell (9/22/12)|
|Shots||14||vs. Whittier (10/5/12)|
|Steals||5||2x, Last vs. Princeton (9/26/10)|
|Blocks||2||vs. Iona (9/14/13)|
|Swimoffs||1||vs. Washington & Jefferson (11/3/12)|
|Ejections Drawn||6||at Navy (10/30/10)|
|Penalties Drawn||2||vs. Cal Baptist (10/5/12)||Ejection Goals||4||vs. Iona (10/26/13)|
|Penalty Goals||3||vs. Cal Baptist (10/5/12)|
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