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What Scouts Say: "Scored a decent amount ... Pretty athletic, good running at you ... A bigger forward, but also strong at running the channels and getting in behind and on the end of things ... Causes problems on the counter ... Solid, athletic college forward, but may not translate at the next level ... Don't know if he can play in the middle third and combine in and around the box other than getting on the end of scraps and service."
College (Cornell & Appalachian State):As a Senior (2012)
Regan was been part of a high-scoring offensive tandem up front, helping the Big Red’s offense all season. He tied a career high with four goals, and his six assists broke a career high from his freshman year at Appalachian State. Regan had three game-winning goals on the year, none of which were more important than a double-overtime winner against Dartmouth on Nov. 3. A senior captain, Regan was named to the All-Ivy First Team at the end of the season.
As a Junior (2011)
Regan continued to showcase his speed on the forward line in his junior season. Coming off the bench, Regan played in all 16 games and scored two goals. His goals came against Binghamton on Sept. 21 and at Yale on Oct. 15. He also had an important assist -- one of his two on the year -- in the season finale against Columbia to keep Cornell alive for the Ivy League title. Regan took 16 shots, and one of his goals was a game winner.
As a Sophomore (2010)
Regan provided pace and attacking presence to the Big Red offense in his first season at Cornell. He appeared in 12 games, starting six of those, and scored a goal and collected one assist. He scored his first career point with an assist in the 1-1 draw against New Hampshire on Sept. 10, then scored his first Cornell goal in the win over Canisius on Sept. 19. Regan made his first start in a Cornell uniform on Sept. 22 against Syracuse.
Regan played one season at Appalachian State, where he finished tied for second on the team in scoring with four goals and four assists for 12 points. He played in 15 of the team's 17 games, starting seven times.
Club: Regan played club soccer with the Reading Rage at the Super-Y Nationals, serving as team captain. He also played with the V.E. Blast, winning the state cup and making the regional semifinals and finishing ranked ninth in the nation.
High School: Regan played at Germantown Academy, where he was his team's leading scorer as a junior and a senior.
Personal: Tyler Paul Regan is the son of Jeff and Karen Regan and has an older sister and a younger sister. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences ... Competed in track and field, earning team most valuable player honors in high school.