Tyler Schatz enters his second season as a graduate assistant with the Rams.
While completing coursework to earn his Master's at VCU's Center for Sports Leadership, Schatz assists in day to day operations and travel for the Black & Gold.
In addition to his time with the Rams, he's also the current coach of Chesterfield United FC. Schatz also served as a regional staff assistant for Region I this past summer. He currently has his USSF E License.
Prior to his time with the Rams, Schatz was a two-year starter in goal for at Kenyon College. He posted the second best goals against average marks for both a single season and career in school history.
He was a part of the Lords' first NCAA Tournament berth in over a decade with multiple weeks spent in the national rankings.
After his senior season at Kenyon, he spent time coaching with the Columbus Crew Academy and the Kenyon goalkeepers.
He also spent a season playing semi-professionally in Spain (CD Cieza).
He earned his History and Statistics degree from Kenyon in 2012.