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Tyler Caldwell Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!

Tyler Caldwell Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!


Who Is Tyler Caldwell?

Tyler Caldwell is a former successful collegiate wrestler who competed for Oklahoma State University. Initially out of high school, Tyler did not get recruited to Oklahoma State, and instead took his talent 80 miles south to wrestle for Oklahoma University. With vengeance and something to prove after wanting nothing else but to wrestle for Oklahoma State, he came in and defeated some of the top OSU wrestlers at the NCAA tournament. After his sophomore year he was recruited to OSU where he finished out his collegiate career.

Dynamic Top Wrestling by Tyler Caldwell

How Old Is Tyler Caldwell?

Born November 20, 1989, Tyler Caldwell is 32 years old.

Quick Draw Defense by Tyler Caldwell

Tyler Caldwell’s Family

Tyler Caldwell is the son of Ty Caldwell and Johnna Brown, and has three siblings, Courtney, Kyle, and Kael.

How Much Is Tyler Caldwell Worth?

Currently, there is no estimate for Tyler Caldwell’s net worth at this time.

How Tall Is Tyler Caldwell?

Tyler Caldwell’s height is unknown at this time.

How Much Does Tyler Caldwell Weigh?

Tyler Caldwell often competed at 165 pounds.

More About Tyler’s Career

During his time wrestling at Goddard High School, Tyler lettered all 4 years. He also achieved awards such as a two-time Greco All-American, four-time Kansas state champion, Co-Wrestler of the year, Brute National Champion, as well as a third place finish at the senior nationals and a seventh place finish at the 2007 junior nationals. He finished his high school career with an overall record of 150-4, and owns the Kansas state record for most falls in a career (125).

In his first year at OU during the 2009-10 season, Tyler had several notable accomplishments. He posted a 4-2 record as a freshman at the 2010 NCAA Championships, placing 5th and earning All-American Status. In the national tournament he was the number 5, 9, and 12 seeds. Following an open round loss and then back to back wins, Tyler placed third at the 2010 Big 12 Championships. He was one of only three true-freshman in the OU lineup, and earned an overall record of 31-14 and an 11-6 dual record. He also placed third in the Lindenwood Open, second at the Oklahoma State Invitational, and third at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open.

In his sophomore year at OU he finished as runner up in the NCAA tournament at 165 pounds after losing to Jordan Burroughs from Nebraska in the finals. The match before in the semi finals, Tyler defeated NCAA Champion Andrew Howe from Wisconsin. He ended the season with a 4-1 record in the NCAAs and an overall record of 32-6. He began his sophomore season at 174 pounds where he went 12-2 overall and 4-0 in dual meets. Additionally, he finished fourth at the Cliff Keen invitational at 174 pounds after beating Colby Covington among other high ranked wrestlers from around the country.

The next year during the 2011-12 season, Tyler took an Olympic redshirt year. He had a 1-2 finish in the freestyle 74kg bracket at the 2012 Olympic Wrestling Trials in Iowa City. He defeated Matt Brown in his first match before suffering defeats by Andrew Howe and Nick Marble. He placed at numerous senior freestyle events including a third place finish at the 2011 Freestyle Olympic Trials Qualifier, third at the Dave Schultz Memorial, third at the 2012 Dave Schultz Memorial, third at the 2012 Cerro Pelado International in Cuba, fourth at the 2011 Sunkist Kids International, and third at the 2011 University Nationals.

By his junior year in college he had transferred to Oklahoma State University and had his first season as a cowboy. He finished third in the NCAAs and became a three-time All-American. He finished the season with an overall record of 35-5, 17 of those wins being over ranked opponents which was a team high. He achieved an 18-4 dual record, and claimed his first Big 12 title at 165 pounds.

To wrap up his collegiate career during the 2013-14 season as a senior for the Cowboys, Tyler became a two-time NCAA finalist after suffering a loss to David Taylor in the 165 pounds NCAA finals. He finished the season with an overall record of 28-4 and a dual record of 14-2. He went 9-4 against ranked opponents, and earned his second consecutive 165 pounds Big 12 title after scoring two major decisions. He finished the season with a perfect 4-0 record against Big 12 competitors. Throughout the seasons he collected eight major decisions, four falls and three technical falls, was named to the 2014 Academic All-Big 12 team with a 4.0 GPA, was elected at NWCA Academic All-American, and was a four time NCAA All-American.

Tyler Caldwell’s Best Match Of All Time

Although he lost this match, Tyler Caldwells match against Jordan Burroughs is widely considered to be his best match of all time. This match took place in the finals of the NCAAs, and it was the biggest match to date Tyler has participated in. There was a ton of hype behind this match, as the two wrestlers were both regarded as some of the best in the country. It was an exciting back and forth match that ultimately ended in the favor of Burroughs, but Caldwell has the grit to make it to the finals in the biggest college wrestling tournament and displayed an outstanding performance.

Who Did Tyler Caldwell Lose To?

Tyler Caldwell has lost to David Taylor, Nick Moore, Jordan Burroughs, as well as several others.

Tyler Caldwell’s Record

Tyler finished his collegiate career with an overall record of 126-29, and a record of 63-9 at OSU.

Tyler Caldwell Injuries

Currently, there are no documented injuries for Tyler Caldwell at this time.

Is Tyler Caldwell Retired?

Although Tyler no longer competes as a wrestler, he has completed 5 seasons as a recruiting coordinator for the OSU Cowboys wrestling team.

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