Tyler D. McGregor
Sport:
Year of Graduation:
Year Inducted:
Men's Ice Hockey
2006
2013

Biography

Tyler McGregor was a standout member of the Holy Cross men's ice hockey team from 2002-2006. He led the Crusaders to two Atlantic Hockey Association championships and the first two NCAA Tournament appearances in school history, while scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to defeat Minnesota 4-3 in the 2006 NCAA West Regional. As a team captain during his senior season, McGregor was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year and received third team All-America honors. A two-time first team All-Atlantic Hockey selection, he led the team in goals scored during both his junior (21) and senior (26) years. McGregor totaled 137 points over the course of his collegiate career on 70 goals and 67 assists, and was selected as the 2005-2006 Crusader of the Year. Following his graduation, he played professionally in the American Hockey League and the Central Hockey League.