10 Tyler Guse
10 Tyler Guse
Height: 5-7
Weight: 145
Year: Senior
Hometown: Madison, WI
High School: Middleton
Position: M

2008: Appeared in eight games off the bench... Season cut short by injury... Recipient of the Jack Marshall Award and the Bob "Doc" Holliday Award... The Marshall Award is presented by the Yale Soccer Association to the member of the team who demonstrates the qualities of team spirit, loyalty to his fellow players and dedication to the game... The Holliday "Unsung Hero" Award is given to the squad member who regardless of playing opportunity or personal recognition consistently demonstrated a selfless commitment, a positive attitude and contributed to team spirit in ways that improved the well-being of the Yale soccer program. 2007: Tied for second on the team in goals despite being limited to only 11 games because of injury... Scored twice in Yale's 3-1 victory over UW-Milwaukee at the Dartmouth Classic... ESPN The Magazine-CoSIDA All-Academic District I second team selection. 2006: One of only three returning players to appear in all 17 games... Started 12 games 2005: Named honorable mention All-Ivy... Started 15 games in the midfield... Tied for fourth on the team in goals... Both of his goals were Yale's only goal in 1-1 ties... The first came in his first career game against Providence... Against Penn, his goal in the 66th minute tied the score in a key Ivy League game. Before Yale: NSCAA All-America selection and named the Wisconsin Player of the Year as a senior at Middleton High School... Captained Middleton to the state championship... Earned NSCAA Academic All-America honors... Finished with eight goals and 17 assists for 33 points for Middleton, which went unbeaten in its final 18 games to finish 22-3-1 overall... A member of the Olympic Development Program regional team and played club soccer for FC Milwaukee.