Bio: Tyler Pritchard is a native of Lake Elsinore, California and went to Temescal Canyon High School where he was a standout athlete for the baseball team.
He played with the varsity team for three full seasons and was named to the All-Sunbelt League team all three years. Over his varsity career at Temescal Canyon, Pritchard compiled a .347 batting average with 23 doubles, 41 RBI and 64 runs scored.
Now a sophomore with USC, Pritchard has appeared in 31 games over his Trojan career. He is studying business administration and plans to start his own business after the conclusion of his baseball career.
Sweets head coach Frank Mutz said that Pritchard’s versatility will be extremely valuable to the team this summer.
“Tyler is a solid defender and is capable of playing 3rd, short, or 2nd,” Mutz said. “He was a highly touted player coming out of high school and will bring another left handed bat and speed to our lineup.”
He is the son of Carol and Tom Pritchard, has a brother, Connor, and a sister, Devyn. Tyler is studying business administration at USC and plans to start his own business after the conclusion of his baseball career.
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