Tyler Chadwick
Tyler  Chadwick

Waxhaw, N.C.

High School:
Marvin Ridge HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 190


Chadwick's Baseball Bio/Career Stats

Chadwick graduated from Coastal Carolina in August 2016, was a three-time Academic All-Big South Conference selection and is currently working on his Master's degree.

He spent the last four seasons (2013-16) on the Chanticleer baseball squad and played a key role in Coastal winning the 2016 NCAA Division I College World Series. What makes Chadwick's story even more interesting is the fact he spent last fall (2015) working as a volunteer with the football coaching staff and was elevated to offensive intern with the Chants this season, working specifically with the quarterbacks, in hopes of becoming a football coach in the future.

Chadwick was the starting second baseman for Coastal Carolina during the College World Series and batted .310 during CCU's eight games at the national championship -- second-best on the team -- with at least one hit in the last six games of the College World Series. His best game at the national championship tournament came in a second elimination game versus TCU. Chadwick was a triple shy of the cycle as he was 3-for-4 with a single, double and home run to help Coastal advance to the championship series final versus Arizona. Chadwick was a career .292 hitter and posted an impressive .394 on-base percentage for his career.

He was one of Coastal's most versatile players as he started at catcher, first base, second base and third base in his career. He hit 14 career home runs, including eight this past season, with 94 runs scored and 118 RBI.

Chadwick played quarterback for his father, Scott, at Marvin Ridge (N.C.) High School from 2009-11. He threw for 5,648 career yards and 54 career touchdowns while posting a 24-4 record in the regular season as a starter. He was one of five finalists for the Offensive Player of the Year at the Greater Charlotte High School Football Awards Banquet. The a two-time All-Southern Carolina Conference selection completed 102 of his passes to current Oakland Raider K.J. Brent and current Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown was Chadwick's quarterback coach at Marvin Ridge.



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