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17 - Tyler Petropulos
Tyler Petropulos
Height: 5-10
Year: Senior
Hometown: Amherst, N.H.
High School: Souhegan High School
Position: Midfield
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Quincy

Career Highs
Goals: 4 (Boston University 3/21/09)
Assists: 1 (several times)
Points: 5 (Boston University 3/21/09)
Ground Balls: 4 (several times)
Draw Controls: 7 (Quinnipiac 3/7/09)
Caused turnovers: 3 (several times)

Senior · 2012
Team captain ... Named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll ... Had one goal and one assist in win against Boston University ... Won one draw control versus Cornell ... Scored two goals in double-overtime victory against James Madison ... Had one goal, one ground ball and one caused turnover versus Penn ... Had an assist and grabbed one ground ball in win against Brown ... Picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover in win over Columbia .... Had two ground balls, two draw controls and one caused turnover over against Penn in the Ivy League Semifinals.

Junior · 2011
Team captain … Started in all 16 games … Fifth on the team in goals (14) and points (17) and fourth in assists (3) … Scored two goals and an assist in win over Holy Cross … Also had two goals in win over New Hampshire and in Harvard’s upset of No. 10 Dartmouth in the Ivy League tournament … Won 14 draw controls and collected 20 ground balls this season … Tied for fourth in caused turnovers (10).

Sophomore · 2010
Started all 15 games at midfield … Sixth on the team in goals (11) and sixth in points (14) … Scored multiple goals twice and have two or more points in a game five times … Second on the team in caused turnovers (12), third in ground balls (23) and fifth in draw controls (20).

Freshman · 2009
Received honorable mention All-Ivy League honors ... Ranked third on the team with 23 goals, fourth with 29 points and second with 31 draw controls ... Led the Crimson with 29 ground balls and 16 caused turnovers ... Dished out six assists during the season ... Made collegiate debut in season opener versus Holy Cross ... Scored first collegiate goal against Massachusetts ... Scored four goals against No. 12 Boston University and Columbia ... Tallied five points in game at BU ... Picked up four ground balls in three contests... Gathered seven draw controls versus Quinnipiac ... Caused three turnovers against No. 13 New Hampshire and BU.

Before Harvard
Participated in cross country, indoor track and field and soccer ... A two-time All-American and Academic All-American by US Lacrosse ... First-team all-state in lacrosse as a junior and senior and three-time first-team all-state in cross country ... Was the No. 1 runner on cross country team ... Named the Milford Rotary Souhegan High School Athlete of the Year ... Received the William Loeb Scholarship Athlete Award presented by the Union Leader Charitable Fund ... Wendy’s Heisman Female New Hampshire state winner ... A three-time Union Leader Female Lacrosse Player of the Year, a two-time Nashua Telegraph Female Runner of the Year, and Nashua Telegraph Female Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Class Valedictorian ... Member of the National Honor Society and secretary as a junior and senior ... Community Council representative and treasurer for four years ... Dartmouth College Book Award recipient and R.I.T. Kodak Young Leaders Award winner as a junior ... Sunday columnist for the Nashua Telegraph ... Organized “Coats for Care” drive to benefit local soup kitchens.