Tyler Tomlinson was named Culver-Stockton College's fourth women's soccer coach in February of 2011.
In two seasons, Tomlinson has directed the Wildcats to a 15-19-2 overall record, including a 9-8-1 overall record in 2012 which was their first winning season since 2003. His teams have scored 68 goals in two years, which is the highest two-year total since the 2003-04 season. The 41 goals scored in 2012 are the most since the Wildcats dented the back of the net 73 times in 2003
In addition, Tomlinson has had three players named to the Heart of America Athletic Conference all-conference team and three players named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
Tomlinson, who also is a lecturer in communication, coached at the club level from 2000-03, directing two teams at the U16 boys level at Quincy (Ill.) United Soccer Club. Six of his former players went on to play soccer at the college level.
A 2003 graduate of Culver-Stockton, Tomlinson was a four-year starter and three-year captain as a defender/midfielder for the Wildcat soccer program. He totaled 12 career goals and 10 assists for 34 career points, and was named the most valuable player by his teammates his senior season after netting seven goals and two assists.
Tomlinson graduated with a bachelor's degree in communication, and received his master's degree in mass communication from the University of Central Missouri in 2009. He previously worked as a sports anchor at WGEM TV in Quincy, Ill., and was co-host of WGEM Sportscenter, a daily talk sports show on WGEM AM radio.
|00||Marissa DiSchino||SO||G||5-7||Center Grove, Ind.||Center Grove HS|
|0||Mackenzie Little||SO||G||5-7||Quincy, Ill.||Quincy Notre Dame HS|
|1||Lina Schiel-Madsen||SR||G||5-11||Kvaerndrup, Denmark||Midtfyns|
|2||Alyx Seats||SO||F||5-1||Wentzville, Mo.||Timberland HS|
|3||Lacey Peterson||JR||F||5-2||LaGrange, Mo.||Canton HS|
|4||Ally Daiber||SR||MF||5-5||St. Peters, Mo.||Francis Howell Central HS|
|5||Stephanie Adelmann||FR||MF||5-4||Moscow Mills, Mo.||Troy Buchanan HS|
|6||Alex Gronek||SO||D||5-6||St. Peters, Mo.||Fort Zumwalt East HS|
|7||Courtney Ferguson||SO||MF||5-6||Wentzville, Mo.||Holt HS|
|8||Joanna Stratman||JR||MF||5-5||St. Louis, Mo.||Harris-Stowe State University|
|9||Sara Allen||JR||D||5-6||Rock Island, Ill.||Rock Island HS|
|10||Jill Griebel||SO||D||5-5||St. Louis, Mo.||Rosati-Kain HS|
|11||Kira McGrotty||FR||MF||5-7||O'Fallon, Mo.||Fort Zumwalt South HS|
|12||Callie Fackler||FR||D||5-7||Bakersfield, Calif.||Ridgeview HS|
|13||Jordan Sergi||SR||F||5-3||Middletown, Del.||Middletown HS|
|14||Kelsie Schlager||SO||MF||5-6||O'Fallon, Mo.||Fort Zumwalt North HS|
|15||Ashley Porter||SR||MF||5-5||Foristell, Mo.||Timberland HS|
|16||Hannah LeBlanc||SO||D||5-3||Mount Pleasant, Iowa||Mount Pleasant HS|
|17||Crista Thompson||FR||MF||5-7||Wentzville, Mo.||Timberland HS|
|18||Alyssa Houska||SR||D||5-6||Foristell, Mo.||Timberland HS|
|19||Emma Zion||JR||D||5-6||Evansville, Ind.||Kaskaskia CC|
|20||Brittney McMahon||SO||F||5-2||St. Louis, Mo.||Hancock Place HS|
|21||Kelseigh Ruths||SR||MF||5-7||Quincy, Ill.||Quincy HS / Rochester Tech College|
|22||Abby Grawe||FR||MF||5-6||Quincy, Ill.||Quincy Notre Dame HS|
|23||Jacqui Porter||SR||MF||5-5||Foristell, Mo.||Timberland HS|
|24||Cassidy Rogers||SO||MF||5-6||Peyton, Colo.||Falcon HS|
|25||Sarah Dorsey||FR||F||5-5||Chesterfield, Mo.||Marquette HS|
|26||Ashley Musgrove||FR||MF||5-5||Pawnee, Ill.||Chatham Glenwood HS|
|27||Miranda Raevsky||SO||MF||5-2||Rose Hill, Kan.||Rose Hill HS|
|28||Cheyenne Peterson||FR||F||5-4||LaGrange, Mo.||Canton HS|
|33||Skyler Barger||SO||F||5-2||Buhl, Idaho||Buhl HS|