Jan 09, 2019 | Dan Thompson | 2492 views
Power Hitter Tyler Offman Headed Off to NYU
Tyler Offman is an outstanding student, swings a big bat and together he will be taking those talents to the Big Apple this fall. Tyler has been accepted to the Tandon School of Engineering at New York University. On the baseball side, he will suit up for the NCAA Violets.
Congratulations to the Offman family on this, Tyler's latest achievement.
Tyler hits in the heart of the 17U Terriers line-up and provides tremendous power to all fields. His 6'4" physical frame also makes him a great target defensively on the inner diamond. He is a quiet leader with a high baseball IQ.
The Tandon School of Engineering is the engineering and applied sciences school of New York University. Tandon is the second oldest engineering and technology school in the United States. It dates back to 1854. The school's main campus is in Brooklyn's MetroTech Center, an urban academic- industrial research park.
In 2018 NYU was ranked amongst the top 30 universities internationally by Academic Rankings of World Universities. The university logo, the upheld torch, is derived from the Statue of Liberty, signifying NYU's service to New York City.
Tyler attends Vaughan Secondary School. In 2017 he was named JR Athlete of the Year. He continued to rack up awards and accolades in 2018 when he received The Law Award, a SR Letter Award and was named captain of both the baseball and volleyball varsity teams.
The Violets were 28-12 last season and compete in the University Athletic Conference. Their schedule takes them to New Jersey, Massachusetts, Missouri and throughout New York. They also have a ten day Florida trip in March.
We wish Tyler the best of luck on and off the field in 2019!