Tyler Rostenkowski
Tyler  Rostenkowski


Bloomingdale, Ill.

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 183


Last Team:
Amarillo Bulls (NAHL)

2014-15 (Sophomore)

Played in 14 games on defense and had seven points on one goal and six assists ... Five points in nine conference games ... +4 was tied as the third best mark on the team ...  Played in the final 11 games of the season ... Four points in the AIC series with a career best two points in each game ... First career goal came in the second game of the series.


2013-14 (Freshman)

Did not play in any games.


Before Air Force

Played in 206 career regular-season games in the NAHL and an additional 19 playoff games … Played in 32 games with the Texas Tornado in 2009-10 and had nine points (3-6-9) … Played in 53 games for the Tornado in 2010-11 and had 14 points (4-10-14) and was a +14 … Started the 2011-12 season with the Tornado and played in 42 games with 13 points (3-10-13) ... Finished the season with the Wenatchee Wild and had two assists in seven regular-season games … Started the 2012-13 season with the Wenatchee Wild and had two assists in seven games … Finished the 2012-13 season with the Amarillo Bulls and had 21 points (4-17-21) in 49 regular-season games … Had three assists in seven playoff games as his team won the Robertson Cup National Championship.



Member of Cadet Squadron  31 ... Parents are  Michael and Diane Rostenkowski ... Major is economics ... This past summer, travelled to Shaw AFB, S.C., and rode in an F-16 ... Also worked as an element leader during Basic Cadet Training ... Is an element leader in his squadron ... Considering becoming a pilot after graduation and would like to fly fighters ... Greatest individual moment in sports was having his parents come to the Academy to watch him play against Canisius last season ... Greatest team moment was winning the Robertson Cup national championship in juniors ... Started playing hockey at the age of two ... Grandfather, Harold Wesack, served in the Army ...  Favorite NHL team is the Chicago Blackhawks... Favorite player is former Blackhawk defenseman, and current Dallas Star, Johnny Oduya.


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