CCU

       

Tyler Cummings
Tyler Cummings

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pennsville, N.J.

High School:
Pennsville HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 140

Position:
Distance


2013 Track & Field: Finished 15th in the 1500m at the Big South championships... Ran a season-best 1500m time of 4:04.41 at the Auburn Tiger Classic... Finished third in the 1500m at the Battle of the Beaches.

2012 Cross Country: Finished the Charlotte Invitational in 27:45... Crossed sixth for the Chants at the Blue Ridge Mountain Open in 27:50 and at the Big South Championship in 28:11... Ran a 10K personal best time of 34:46.23 at the NCAA Southeast Regional.

2012 Track & Field: Opened the season with a 12th-place finish in the 3,000m at the CCU Invitational with a time of 9:05.56... Ran a season-best 800m time of 2:00.67 at the Weems Baskin Relays... Posted a season-best 1,500m time of 4:01.18 at the Duke Twilight... Crossed the finish line in 15:42.96 in the 5,000m at the Duke Invitational... Ran the 1,500m in 4:07.87 at the 2012 Big South Championship meet... Placed 21st in the 5,000m run at the 2012 Big South Championship meet, stopping the clock in 16:15.19... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

2011 Cross Country: Finished seventh with a time of 16:27.76 at the 5k Gamecock Open to help the Chanticleers capture the meet title... Posted an 8k time of 27:34 at the Coastal Carolina Invitational/Big South Preview... Finished the 8k Paul Short Run in 28:11... Ran a 27:57.3 at the 8k Blue Ridge Mountain Open... Turned in an 8k personal-best with a 26:51 at the 2012 Big South Championship... Crossed the finish line in 35:35.1 to record a 10k personal-best at the NCAA Southeast Regional.

High School: First ever three-time Salem County HS Cross Country Champion at Pennsville HS... Three-time qualifier to NJSIAA Group Cross Country Championships... Finished 17th in the 3,200m at the 2011 New Jersey Meet of Champions... NJSIAA 2011 Section Champion in 3,200m and runner-up in 1600m... High school coach was Coastal Carolina track & field alum Geoff Shute.