ACADEMIC MAJOR: Business Management
BW ATHLETICS INFORMATION: Tyler Maclellan competed in his first season of wrestling at Baldwin Wallace University in 2014-2015. The first-team All-Ohio Athletic Conference and NWCA (National Wrestling Coaches Association) Acholar All-American earned his first varsity letter.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Tyler carries a better than 3.755 grade point average and is a Dean's List student. As a freshman in 2014-2015, Tyler was named as a NWCA (National Wrestling Coaches Association) Scholar All-American.
ATHLETICS HONORS/ ALL-OAC: As a freshman in 2014-2015, Tyler was a first-team All-Ohio Athletic Conference selection. He was named as the OAC Wrestler of the Week on February 23, 2015.
GENERAL WRESTLING INFORMATION: As a freshman in 2014-2015, Tyler competed in his first season of wrestling and earned his first varsity letter. He started at 197 pounds and was named as the OAC Wrestler of the Week for his efforts (a key pin) in a 20-19 win at Heidelberg University on Feb. 17, 2015. Tyler won an individual title at 197 pounds at the Brockport (N.Y.) University Tournament. He earned first-team All-OAC honors and was a NWCA (National Wrestling Coaches Association) Scholar All-American. Tyler had a 16-7 record with five pins and one technical fall. He also had 31 takedowns, 20 escapes, three reversals and seven total near falls. BW had a single-season school-record 17 victories, a 17-6 overall record, including a 4-1 OAC dual mark, won the John Summa Memorial Tournament title, placed third at the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional and 20th at the 2015 NCAA Division III National Tournament.
HOMETOWN & HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: Tyler Maclellan grew up in Medina, Ohio and graduated from Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy.
Tyler played four years of football and earned three varsity letters. He also wrestled for four years and earned four letters.
In football, Tyler earned first-team All-Principals Athletic Conference 7, first-team All-District and second-team All-Ohio honors.
In wrestling, Tyler was a Sectional, District and 2013-2014 OHSAA Division II 195-pound state champion. He also was a two-time OHSAA State Tournament place-winner (he finished eighth as a junior in 2012-2013).
Academically, Tyler was a member of the National Honors Society.