Tye  Hastings
19  Tye Hastings

Mill Creek, WA

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170





Three Vikings named second-team GNAC all-stars

Four WWU players received honorable mention


WWU ends season with 2-0 loss at Simon Fraser

Vikings' strong finish makes for winning record


WWU ends season at Simon Fraser

Vikings have won seven of last nine following 2-5-1 start


WWU defeats Mary, 6-1, on Senior Night

Final home game for six Viking seniors


WWU rolls past South Dakota Mines, 4-0

Radulovich scores twice, Olney notches three assists

COLLEGE: Finished career with 13 goals, six of them game winners, and seven assists for 33 points ... Second-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star in 2014 ... Had seven goals, 17 points and three game-winning goals, all-team-leading figures ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week ... Had goals and/or assist in five of last six games ... Scored two goals and assisted on another in 6-1 win over Mary ND on 11/1/14 ... Started all 18 games as junior in 2013 ... Had three goals and two assists for eight points ... Two goals were game winners, at Colorado Christian on 9/8/13 and at Northwest Nazarene on 9/19/13 ... Had one goal and one assist in 3-0 win over nationally No.2-ranked Simon Fraser on 11/9/13 ... Redshirt in 2012 ... Saw action in 14 games, making six starts, as sophomore in 2011 ... Had three goals and one assist for seven points ... Had goal and assist in 2-2 overtime tie with NCAA II No.1-ranked Simon Fraser that ended Clans' 16-game winning streak ... Played in seven games as freshman in 2010 ... Had one assist ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Everett Herald all-Area and all-Western Conference South Division choice as senior at Jackson High School ... Scored team-high 16 goals, helping Timberwolves to league title ... Team captain, also earning MVP and Best Offensive awards ... First-team all-Area as junior ... First-team all-league as sophomore and junior, and received honorable mention as freshman... Best Offensive Player as sophomore and junior... Started and lettered four years ... Played club soccer for Snohomish United Black, winning state title in 2010.

PERSONAL: Major is international business ... His father, David, was wrestler at Eastern Washington University, and his mother, Christine, ran track at Seattle Pacific University.