Tyler Lussi

Tyler Lussi
Tyler Lussi
Tyler Lussi
Real Name: Tyler Lussi
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 24 (01/26/1995)
Birthplace: Gibson Island, Md.
Hometown: Lutherville, Md.

2019: Earned her first start of the season, logging 59 minutes on May 25 against Sky Blue FC...Entered the match as a late-game substitute, her second substitute appearance, on May 11 against Orlando...Made a late-game substitute appearance on April 14 against Orlando.

2018: Appeared in 15 games (4 starts), tallying a goal and an assist...Scored her first goal of the season on July 6 against Utah...Tallied her first assist of the season in a substitute role against Houston on June 22...Made her ninth appearance of the season, logging 45 minutes against Chicago on June 16...Started for a third straight match, logging 45 minutes against Washington on April 20...Earned her first start of the season, playing 45 minutes on the road against Chicago...Logged 21 minutes as a substitute against the North Carolina Courage on March 24.

2017: Made five appearances (3 starts), tallying a goal and two assists in her rookie campaign...Scored her first career goal and added an assist in her fourth professional start against Houston on Aug. 5...Tallied her first career assist against Washington on July 22...Earned her first professional start against North Carolina, playing 80 minutes on July 15...Made her professional debut, logging 45 minutes against Houston on July 8.

College (Princeton University)
2016: NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team at Princeton...First-team All-Ivy League...Became the program's all-time goals leader (53) and points leader (122)...Led the team with 10 goals on the season. 

2015: NSCAA second-team All-America...One of 15 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy...Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year...First-team All-Ivy League...Led the Ivy with 15 goals and 35 points. 

2014: Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year...Second-team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region...First-team All-Ivy League...Had 18 goals, the second-most in a season in program history and her 39 points were the third-most in a season in program history...Had a four-goal game against Harvard on Oct. 25. 

2013: Honorable mention All-Ivy League...A three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week... Scored 10 goals, making 12 starts while playing in all 17 games.

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