Career: Struck out 245 batters in career, which tied for the third highest total in Ball State history.
2014 (Sr.): Appeared in 35 games making 30 starts, including 19 appearances on the mound with 15 starts . . . second on the team with eight pitching wins . . . finished third for the Cardinals with a 3.61 earned run average . . . ranked 10th in the nation, second in the conference and first at Ball State with 117 strikeouts . . . the 117 strikeouts ranked as the third highest single-season total in school history . . . ranked 13 in the nation and second in the conference in strikeouts per nine innings . . . his 10.6 strikeouts per inning ranked as the fourth highest single-season mark in Ball State history . . . ranked third in the conference and second at Ball State in games started as a pitcher . . . ranked third in the Mid-American Conference in victories . . . six multi-RBI games . . . tallied a 10-game streak of reaching base safely . . . led Ball State in innings pitched . . . recorded a save at Ohio State (April 16) . . . MAC West Division Pitcher of the Week (April 21) . . . pitched 99.2 innings, which ranked as the fourth highest single-season total in Ball State history.
2013 (Jr.): Appeared in 48 games with 45 starts . . . made 18 appearances on the mound . . . hit a two RBI homerun at Middle Tennessee State (Feb. 17) . . . eleven multi-hit games and five mult-RBI games . . . recorded a save vs. Bradley (Feb.24) after pitching 1.2 innings and allowing zero hits, while striking out two . . . recorded his second save on the season against Ohio (April 26) where he pitched the final 1.1 innings and allowed only two hits, no runs and struck out three . . . save No. 3 came against Eastern Michigan (May 4) when he pitched the final two innings, allowing no hits and striking out four . . . fifth on the team with 74 total bases . . . team high three saves while also batting .284 on the season . . . earned three pitching victories in wins over IPFW (March 16) Miami (April 20) and Eastern Michigan (May 5) . . . Mid-American Conference West Pitcher of the Week (May 6) . . . pitched a season high nine innings against Kent State (May 24) . . . started five games on the mound.
Started 48 games in the field to earn his second letter, while also making 14 appearances on the mound ... Started 35 games at shortstop and 13 games as a starting pitcher/designated hitter ... Led the team with 30 RBI while scoring 22 runs ... Tallied nine doubles, four home runs and a triple to finish the year with a .365 slugging percentage ... Tied for second on the team with 17 walks ... Posted 12 multiple-hit games and six multiple RBI games on the year ... Notched a career-high three hits at Northern Illinois (May 18) ... Drove in a career-high five runs at Northern Illinois (May 17), including hitting his first career grand slam ... Posted two doubles at Ohio (April 15) ... Recorded a six-game hitting streak March 17-27 ... Started 27 games in Mid-American Conference play and turned in a .238 batting average with 25 hits in 105 at-bats ... Appeared in 14 games, including 13 weekend starts on the mound ... Became the Cardinals' Friday starter the last six weekends of the season ... Posted a 2-9 record with a 5.92 ERA in 73.0 innings of work ... Struck out 58 batters while walking 25 ... Tied his career-high with 7.1 innings of work on two different occasions against Middle Tennessee (March 10) and Kent State (March 31) ... Struck out a career-high eight batters at UAB (Feb. 26) ... Recorded victories over Miami (April 7) and Eastern Michigan (April 20).
Played in 32 games in the field and made 12 appearances on the mound to earn his first letter ... Made starts at third base, designated hitter and shortstop ... Posted a .236 batting average with 25 hits in 106 at-bats ... Drove in 15 runs while scoring 13 ... Tallied four doubles, two triples and a home run while finishing with a .340 slugging percentage ... Recorded six multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI contests ... Drove in a career-high three runs against Southeast Missouri (Feb. 27) and Purdue (May 11) ... Closed the season with a seven-game hitting streak (May 7-20) ... Raised his batting average to .289 during Mid-American Conference play with 11 hits in 38 at-bats ... Made 12 appearances on the mound, including a start against Kennesaw state (Feb. 20) ... Worked 20.0 innings and posted a 6.75 ERA with a 1-1 record ... Struck out 10 batters while walking 10 ... Picked up his first career victory against Southeast Missouri (Feb. 26) as he worked 2.0 shutout innings.
Four-year letterwinner at Kokomo High School for coach Steve Edwards ... Helped the Wildkats to a 96-27 record during his career, including a state runner-up finish as a freshman and a sectional championship his senior season ... Named the North Central Conference Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Two-time First Team All-Area and First Team All-Conference selection ... Member of the North/South All-Star Game ... Earned Academic All-Conference honors ... Holds the Kokomo records for games played and started in a career ... Holds the single-season home run record at Kokomo with 12 his senior campaign ... Posted a .435 batting average as a senior with 47 RBI and a .967 slugging percentage ... Tallied a 6-1 record on the mound with a 2.28 ERA in 2010 ... Named the Area Player of the Year as a junior when he posted a .389 batting average with 28 RBI and 11 stolen bases ... On the mound, he posted an 8-0 record with a 0.98 ERA in 57.0 innings of work as a junior while striking out 80 and walking just 22 ... Two-time team Most Valuable Player ... Four-year letterwinner in basketball as a point guard where he was an All-Conference and All-Area selection while leading Kokomo to a sectional and conference championship ... Three-year letterwinner in football at quarterback where he earned All-Conference honors and led the Wildkats to three straight undefeated conference championships ... Played summer baseball for the Indiana Bulls.
Majoring in business ... Owns a 3.594 cumulative grade-point average on Ball State's 4.0 scale ... Managed a 3.153 GPA last fall ...Born September 15, 1991 ... Son of Shelly and Tim Weir ... Has a twin sister, Whitney ... Full name is Tyler Jordan Weir ... Owns a 3.504 G.P.A. in finance.