Tyler Crockett became the Assistant Director of Ticketing at Marshall in June 2011.
He helps lead the day-to-day operations of the ticket office while handling all home and away ticketed events. Crockett's duties also involves hiring and supervising graduate assistants and game day staff.
Beginning January 2011, Crockett was the Assistant Director of Ticketing at UAB. There he implemented selling and printing strategies, supervised student and volunteer staff and print tickets for athletic events.
In June 2009, Crockett served as the head coach/director of baseball operations for the Huntington Hounds, an 18u summer traveling team which made the 2010 NABF World Series National Championship Game.
Crockett first started working at Marshall as a graduate assistant in the Herd ticket office in January 2009. He earned his bachelor's degree in Sport Management/Marketing from Marshall in 2005 and a master's degree in Sport Administration in 2010.