2016: Team-high .358 batting average, third-best batting average in a single-season in PC’s Division I era…stole 16 bases, PC Division I era single-season record…led the team with 83 hits, second-most in a single-season in PC’s D1 era…scored 47 times, tied for the most runs in a single-season in the program’s D1 era with teammate Weston Jackson and Brad Zebedis…doubled 18 times, tied for third-most in a single-season in the PC D1 era…finished second on the team in on-base percentage (.407), slugging percentage (.466) and total bases (103)…recorded a 23-game hitting streak from February 28 to April 6, the longest in PC’s Division I era…batted .398 (37-for-93) with nine doubles, a homer, 23 runs, 13 RBIs and eight stolen bases during the streak to raise his season batting average from .273 to .374 at the time…followed that up with a 14-game hitting streak from April 9-30, going 23-for-55 (.418) with six doubles, a triple, 14 runs, three RBIs, six walks and three stolen bases…also reached base in 28 straight games to start the season, also the PC Division I era record…team-high 27 multi-hit games, including a team-high seven three-hit games…recorded a hit in 49 of the 57 games, while reaching base in all but four games…finished the season with a five-game hitting streak
2015: Played in and started 51 games, all in centerfield … Hit .332 for the season, upping his game in Big South games with a .348 batting average in League action … Led PC with 17 Big South RBI … Of his 36 RBI, 20 game with two outs … Posted a 12-game hitting streak and a 14-game reached base streak … Tallied 20 multiple-hit games and 10 multiple-RBI games, both third-most on the club … Hit .411 with runners on and went 67-for-106 (.632) advancing runners … Posted four hits in games against Delaware State (2/14), USC Upstate (4/21) and Winthrop (5/8) … Hit home runs against High Point (4/18) and NC Central (5/5) … Tallied four RBI in an extra-inning win at Charleston Southern (5/14) … Struck out only once through the season’s first eight games … Led the team in batting average (.387) and RBI (23) over the second half of the season.
2014: Played in 37 games, starting 17 in the outfield… Made his collegiate debut against NC Central (2/19)… Picked up his first collegiate hit against Northeastern (3/5) and his first RBI against Maine (3/8)… Went 3-for-3 against Maine… Posted two RBI against Longwood (4/27)… Did not strikeout in his first six games and went eight games without a K late in the season… Drove in a run against Pitt (3/12) and UNC Asheville (3/15) as well… Collected an outfield assist against Campbell (4/5).
High School: Played four years of varsity at Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, Ga.... Helped the Hawks to two region championships (2011 and 2012) while collecting First Team All-County honors from the Georgia Dugout Club and the 2012 Outstanding Season Award... Finished finished as the state runner-up in 2011 and in the Elite 8 in 2012... As a leadoff hitter his junior year, Weyenberg posted a .418 batting average and a .465 on-base percentage with 20 RBI, 18 stolen bases, eight walks and only six strikeouts in 110 plate appearances.
Personal: Tyler James Weyenberg was born on March 13, 1995, in Scottsdale, Ariz... Son of Dennis and Sindee... Cites his parents as his biggest athletic influence... Majoring in Business Administration.