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Texas A&M University

Tyler Reinhardt


From team: “Tyler Reinhardt was first introduced to ultimate when he was forced to tag along with his older brother to practices and tournaments. When Tyler stepped onto campus, it was immediately apparent that Tyler had the tools and work ethic to succeed.

Tyler’s Callahan moment took place this past year at Florida Warm Up. Tyler was battling a shoulder injury and was unable to throw a flick. Confronted with this fact, Tyler started throwing offhand backhands. In our first game of the season, we faced #11 Minnesota Grey Duck. When no one on offense could move the ball, Tyler took matters into his own hands. Tyler’s lefty backhand hucks into a stiff upwind kept us in the game. On universe point, Tyler threw a lefty inside backhand to break the mark and win the game.

Tyler has captained Dozen for the past two years and has been a big part of their return to national relevance, leading them to their best finish since 2019. Tyler has also played for the Dallas Legion, Austin Sol, and Public Enemy. Dozen is proud to call Tyler Reinhardt a friend, teammate, and our 2024 Callahan nominee.”