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Enrolled at Eastern in the fall 2012 after playing one season at Division III Keystone College (2011) and one season at Division I Central Connecticut (2010)…  


Coach Holowaty: “Tyler is a one-year transfer and has potential to be a positive contributor to our team. He is a good defensive outfielder with a very strong arm.  We hope he can step up and be an offensive threat."


High School: Played baseball, football and basketball… in baseball, named to all-conference team and was a member of a conference championship team…


Previous schools: At Keystone, Giants (36-8) were the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional… started 26 of the 38 games in which he appeared, batting .241 with nine RBI and a .971 fielding percentage… at Central (33-23), was a teammate of Mike Riemer… appeared in 28 games with one start on a team which won the Northeast Conference tournament title – coming through the losers’ bracket -- and qualified for the NCAA regional tournament at Dodd Stadium in Norwich… batted .071 on the season with one RBI…  


PERSONAL: born Tyler P. Caserta March 7, 1990... Mother: Pacifica... Major: Business Administration...

Residence: Stratford, CT...




Favorite aspect of Eastern: Playing Baseball

Favorite athlete of all time: Derek Jeter

Favorite professional sports team: Pittsburgh Steelers

Most beneficial aspect of college life: A George Foreman Grill

The funniest comedian: Myself

The greatest sports moment of all time: Tyler Caserta’s First Homerun

Favorite Smart Phone application: Snapchat

Most important invention in last 100 years: Wrist Tape

Choice for a last meal: Moes Southwest Grill

Last movie you’ve seen: A Bronx Tale

Favorite actor: Denzel Washington

Favorite sportscaster: Stephen A. Smith

Olympic sport which should be added: My Forearm Workouts

Best advice you’ve ever received: “Hit the ball hard and Run.”



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