Tyler Wynn
Tyler Wynn


Goshen, Ind.

High School:
Goshen HS



McClintock Earns Berth in NCAA Championships

Matthew McClintock took third overall, while Hope Schmelzle broke 21 minutes for the first time.


Runners Ready for Regionals

The Boilermakers are set for Friday's regional races.


McClintock Takes Third, Women Finish Eighth at B1Gs

Kendall Hacker ran a huge PR to pace the women on Sunday.


Cross Country Set for Sunday's B1G Championships

The Boilermakers begin the championships portion of their season Sunday.


McClintock Takes Sixth at Pre-Nationals

The men's and women's teams each took 30th on Saturday.

2013 Results Get Acrobat Reader

2013:Competed in 4 meets during the season posting a 5th place finish at the Michigan Invite with a time of 16:00.70; Finished 17th at the Big Ten Preview with a time of 25:34.0; Placed 22nd at the Indiana Intercollegiate with a time of 25:59.57.

2012 Season

2012: After a year with the track team,Tyler joined the cross country team andcompeted in six races over the course of the season; at the season kickoff meet on 8/31, the Crusader Open, he finished 13th with a time of 20:12.3; competing in the Indiana Intercollegiates he ran a 26:16.6 while placing 50th; at the Sean Earl Loyola Invite in Chicago, Ill. He placed 53rd with a time of 26:07; at the Adidas Invite he ran a 26:40 and finished 296th; his season best time came at the Big Ten Champs, he ran a 25:50.0 but placed 74th; the Great Lakes Regional he placed a 10k time of 33:35 and finished 119th

High School: A four-time letterwinner for track and field and cross country; two-time swimming letterwinner; two-time Most Valuable Player for both cross country and track; as a senior was named team captain for both cross country and track; finished ninth at state in the 1600 as a senior; as a junior qualified for state in cross country and finished eighth in the 1600.

Personal: Tyler James Wynn was born Jan. 5, 1993, in Goshen, Indiana; is the son of Mike and Lee Wynn; has one sister, Jessica; plans to major in Biology.