2014 (Junior): Saw action in all 60 games, 59 as a starter ... Finished the year with a .273 batting average, good for fifth on the team ... Was second on the team with 37 runs scored ... Had a four-hit game against USC Upstate (5/16) in which he scored three runs ... Had six three-hit games, including consecutive outings against Lipscomb (4/18-19) ... Drove in a season-high three runs in that second game against the Bisons ... Hit his only homer of the year at East Tennessee State (3/22) ... Had 16 total multiple-hit games, good for third on the team ... Had four multiple-RBI games ... Season high hit streak was 11 games which was part of a streak of 13 straight games in which he reached base.
2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in 56 games with 52 starts ... started 42 games at shortstop and 10 at second base ... led the team with 175 assists ... collected 11 multi-hit games, but never had more than two hits in any game ... batted second in the lineup a team-high 23 times ... had two hits in games against St. Joseph’s (2/17), Maine (2/21), Ohio State (3/2), at Florida State (3/19), Mercer (3/22 & 3/24), at Miami (4/10), at USC Upstate (4/12), North Florida (5/4), and in back-to-back games against Northern Kentucky (5/11-12) ... batted .245 in A-Sun play.
Prior to Stetson: Played one year at Chipola College in Marianna, Florida ... Recorded a batting average of .341 with one home run, 12 doubles, 30 runs batted in and 27 runs scored in 2012.
High School: Graduated from Turner Ashby High in Bridgewater, Virginia ... Led the Knights to district championships in 2009, 2010, and 2011 ... Named All-Valley District in 2009, 2010, and 2011 ... Also played football, golf and basketball.
Personal: Born Tyler Cobb Bocock on June 11, 1992 in Citrus County, Florida ... Son of Kay Sears and Mike Bocock ... Has one sister; Dakota (16) ... Cousin Brian Bocock played at Stetson from 2003-06 and has been playing professionally since then, including two stints in the majors with San Francisco (2008) and Philadelphia (2010) ... Is a Sport Business major.