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12 Tyler Kellogg
Tyler  Kellogg


Pawling, N.Y.

High School:
Trinity-Pawling School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190


“As one of the most impressive offensive players during the fall tryouts, Tyler will be missed this spring as he recovers from surgery.  He demonstrated to our staff to be a highly skilled, dynamic threat in the few weeks he was able to compete.  Tyler combines an agile dodging skillset with his strong stickwork.  We will be excited to have him return next year, as he can be impactful at both the attack and midfield positions.”

• Did not appear in any games
• Redshirted season

• Appeared in two of UVA's 15 games
• Made collegiate debut against VMI
• Also saw time at Richmond
• Caused one turnover at Richmond


• Five-year letterwinner in lacrosse, four as a starter
• Only player in Trinity-Pawling history to play lacrosse as an eighth grader
• Named Rookie of the Year as an eighth grader
• Under Armour Underclass All-American
• Led team in assists at attack as a senior and was named the team’s offensive MVP
• Scored 22 goals and dished out 21 assists as a freshman attackman
• Moved to midfield as a sophomore and junio
• Was Inside Lacrosse’s No. 12 ranked sophomore
• Was a three-year starter at OLB on the football team
• Named football’s defensive MVP as a junior and the overall team MVP as a senior
• Also played squash and hockey, earning a total of 10 varsity letters.

• Son of Jay and Rachel Kellogg
• Has two brothers, Mike and Tucker
• Mother, Rachel, played basketball at Conisius and is a member of the 1,000-point, 500-rebound club
• Brother, Mike, was a four-time first-team all-conference performer in lacrosse at Morrisville State


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