|Born||24 September 1992|
|Known for||President of the RSCA|
Tyler Walter (b. 24 September 1992) is the President of the RSCA. He is also known for founding the RSCA and just about every sub-organization that there is associated with the Reynolds Sporting Cups Association.
Before RSCA Edit
Tyler Walter, has grown up his entire life in Clifton, Virginia since he was born in 1992. His parents were Bill and Bobbi Walter. During his early childhood years, Tyler attended the Grace School preschool in Burke, Virginia from 1994 until 1998. He went to Clifton Elementary School from 1998 until 2005. Then, from 2005 until 2007 he attended the middle school portion of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia. Today, since 2007 he has been attending the high school section of Robinson Secondary School, and is a sophomore in high school. He will graduate from Robinson in 2011. While he has no idea where he would like to attend as far as a college/university; he believes by late 2009 or early 2010 he will know or get an idea.
Outside Interests Edit
Tyler has shown many different interests outside of working in the RSCA. He is a captain of his VISTA soccer team, the VISTA Patriots. He is also an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America program.
Tyler began playing soccer recreationally in 1998, as part of the SYA Dragons. He played with them until 2001 when he joined the SYA Patriots and has stayed on the club ever since then. However, in 2008 they left SYA and joined VISTA. He normally played halfback or forward in soccer.
In addition to enjoying soccer, Tyler also enjoys playing basketball, and played on the BAC Black Plaque for the 2006 - 2007 season, which he also made all stars for.
Tyler's Boy Scouting career began on March 6, 2004 where he joined his local scout troop, Troop 1104. Located in Clifton. Four years after joining he received his rank of Eagle Scout on March 15, 2008.
RSCA life Edit
Tyler, by far has made more contribution to the RSCA than any other person combined.
Accomplishments in the RSCA Edit
- Founded the Reynolds Sporting Cups Association
- Appointed a staff
- Started each sporting event and tournament
- Formed the RSCA web site in 2006
- Launched 'The Informer' magazine in 2006
- Started rscaTV in 2007
- Opened the RSCA Conference Center and Hall of Fame
- Won 1 Air Hockey Cup
- Bought trophies and designed certificates for the tournaments
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