#55 Tylar Bennett

Redford, Mich.
High School:
Detroit Country Day School

2018-19: Sophomore

Made her fourth career start in the season opener against Wofford (11/8), tallying four points and four rebounds…Totaled a career-high 11 rebounds against Lipscomb (11/11), her first double-digit rebounding affair, while adding a career-best four assists and two steals to the outing…Recorded a new career-high with 15 points (7-of-13) at Alabama (11/19) for the first double-digit game of her career…Hauled in a career-high 17 rebounds to go along with 11 points against Illinois (11/28) for her first career double-double…She was the first Tiger to post at least 15 boards since Aliyah Collier notched 17 against Wake Forest in 2016…Totaled 10 points and 12 rebounds against High Point (12/5), her third consecutive game with double-figure boards.


2017-18: Freshman

Led all freshmen in points per game (2.3) and rebounds per game (2.9)…Saw action in 29 of 30 games for Clemson, including three starts…Earned her first collegiate start against Florida State (1/4)…Second on the team, first among freshmen, in blocks (42)…Paced the Tigers in field goal percentages (min. 50 attempts)…Averaged 14.5 minutes per game throughout the season…Tallied four rebounds and a career-high five blocks in her first collegiate game…Pulled in five or more rebounds on seven separate occasions…Set a new career-high in boards with nine at Georgia Tech (12/31).


Before Clemson:

Received a 90 scouts grade by ESPN…A member of “BCAM’s BEST” Class B Girls’ All-State Teams (Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan) for 2016-17…Named to MLive Detroit Dream Team Second Team in 2017…A Detroit Free Press Class B All-State Girls Basketball Third Team selection in 2017…Earned Honorable Mention Class B All-State recognition in 2016…Played for Detroit Country Day School…At Detroit Country Day, won the MHSAA State Championship twice, in 2015 and 2017…Averaged 8.6 points per game, 6.7 rebounds per game, 3.2 blocks per game and 0.96 steals per game as a senior in 2016-17…Her Detroit Country Day team was 26-1 in 2016-17 en route to the state championship title…In the state championship victory, scored 15 points and added six rebounds and five blocks, while shooting 7-for-8 from the floor…Played for 1Nation AAU team.