As a freshman (2018): Appeared in four games as a reserve defender ... made collegiate debut against Navy (2/10) ... appeared in both the NCAA First Round vs. Robert Morris (5/13) and NCAA Quarters vs. Cornell (5/20).
As a freshman (2017): Appeared in eight games for 2017 National Champions, collecting five ground balls ... made collegiate debut at #11 Navy (2/11), scooping one ground ball ... had a ground ball at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... had a pair of ground balls vs. High Point (2/18) ... had a ground ball vs. #19 Michigan (4/1).
Before Maryland: Earned three varsity letters in lacrosse under head coach Rich Brocato at St. Paul's … three-time All-State in football … three-time All-MIAA selection in football … selected for Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Football game … named one of the 30 best football players in Maryland … made honor roll in all four years of high school … played club lacrosse for the Baltimore Crabs under coach Ryan McClainnen.
Personal: Full name is Tyler Lee Rockhill … son of Kevin Rockhill and Lisa (Buente) Towns ... stepson of Nicole Rockhill … wears the same number (9) that his father wore as a Maryland lacrosse player (1989-90) … mother played field hockey at Maryland (1987-90) and was a two-time All-American and is a member of the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame … mother finished career as Maryland field hockey's all-time leader in career goals (70), single-season points (63) and single-season goals (28) … was also recruited by Johns Hopkins, Ohio State, North Carolina and Virginia.
Reason for coming to Maryland: His family's legacy and to represent the state of Maryland.