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Tyler Love
Tyler Love

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Palmyra, Pa.

Last College:
Coppin State University

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165

Position:
IF

B/T:
R/R

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

2008: One of three players to start all 56 games ... Hit .167 in 168 at-bats ... Collected 28 hits (four doubles) and 11 runs scored ... Knocked in nine runs ... Drew 17 walks and four hit-by-pitches ... Had 32 total bases ... Boasted a .914 fielding percentage ... Had four two-hit games and one two-RBI game ... Ended the season on a four-game hitting streak at Virginia Military Institute and Bethune-Cookman and Norfolk State in the MEAC Tournament.

2007: Recorded 29 starts in 32 games played ... Batted .181 to finish the season ... Had 15 hits and five RBIs in 83 plate appearances.

Coppin State University

2006: Helped Coppin State secure a No. 3 seed at the MEAC Tournament ... Earned a 4.0 GPA during his year with the Eagles.

High School/Club: Attended Palmyra Area High School in Palmyra, Pa. ... Earned three letters in both baseball and basketball ... Top 10 in the county in RBIs in 2004 ... Helped his team to a league championship in 2003-04 and a district championship in 2002-03 ... Played with the Central Pennsylvania Capital club team from 2003-05 ... Led the team in stolen bases while hitting .305.

Out Of The Park: Best sports moment: Sweeping Coppin State the past two years. Best non-athletic accomplishment: Being named Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year last year. When I graduate from college I plan to: Teach technology education and coach high school baseball. Athletic goal for the season: Hit above .300 and secure a starting position. Athletic goal before graduation: Make the MEAC All-Tournament Team. Anything else that is important to know about you: I make wood baseball bats.

Personal: Born Oct. 7, 1986 in Harrisburg, Pa. ... Son of Kevin and Kim Love ... Has one brother, Zach ... Member of the UMES Honors Program and the Technology Education Association of Maryland ... Recipient of the Donald Maley Scholarship in 2008 ... Won the 2007-08 UMES Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award ... Is also involved with SAAC and the Gear-up tutoring program ... Major is Technology Education.