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Tyler Ford
Position: Sprints
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Penfield, N.Y.
High School: Penfield HS
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Tyler Ford was a four-year letterwinner in cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track at Penfield High School. Tyler served as captain for all three teams his senior year. Tyler's junior year, the cross country team won the NYS section V Championship, and individually Tyler was the Monroe County 400m hurdle Champion in outdoor track. His senior year, Tyler was a member of the NYS Section V 4 x 800m Relay Championship team, both in indoor and outdoor track.

Off the track, Ford was the President of Model UN and the National Honor Society, as well as a Representative of Student Council. He  was accepted into the honors program of the Department of Government at Dartmouth.

Tyler is the son of Thomas and Tracey Ford and has one brother.

2010-11 Highs
400m 51.07 Tufts - 4-2-11
500m 1:06.38 Valentine's - 2-12-11
800m 1:57.25 UVM/Mid - 4-18-11
200m 23.63 Dartmouth Classic - 2-5-11

2009-10 Highs
400m 49.25 Heps
500m 1:06.1 Terrier Classic
200m 23.2 Dartmouth Invite

2008-09 Highs
400 m 50.99
Dart. Relays 4/18
500 m
1:06.10
Terrier 1/24
200 m
23.62
Dart. Classic 1/31

Personal Best:  
500m 1:05.8
400m 49.25
400 Hurdles 56.9


2008-09 Season: Team best finish in 500m

 

Q & A with Tyler

Why Dartmouth?

I chose Dartmouth for the promise of an education that encompassed more than academics.  I knew I wanted a school in which I could take classes with brilliant scholars and students, compete in Division I athletics, and engage myself in a supportive, close-knit community.  Dartmouth is the perfect match for me.

How long have you been running and what got you interested?


This is my eigth year of competitive running.  I began running cross country in 8th grade because my friends convinced me to try out.  After a few years, I tried the sprints and hurdles and had a lot of success.  By my senior year in high school, I knew track was going to be part of my college experience.

Have you earned any academic or running awards?

I was the Monroe County Section V champion in the 400 hurdles and a New York State Section V champion in the 4x800 Relay.  At Dartmouth, I've been a scholar athlete and in the Deans' Honor group multiple times.

What extra-curriculars are you involved in at Dartmouth?

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity
Green Key Society
Tucker Foundation Intern
Russian Department TA

What are your future plans?


I want to attend law school after Dartmouth and eventually be a federal judge.

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