Tyler Clement earned 1st place in the National Junior College Athletic Association eSports for his performance in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Clement is a Sophomore pursing a General Studies Degree. He plans to transfer into a University eSports program after his graduation in Fall of 2022.
Other Esports student-athletes who earned national tournament participation included:
Oliver Brown – FIFA 21
Daniel Solis – FIFA 21
Jamarion Eldridge – NBA2K21
Christian Medina – Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Cole Whitehead – Call of Duty: Warzone
Daniel Lewis – Call of Duty: Warzone
Caleb Lewallen – Call of Duty: Warzone
“I could not be prouder of the hard work that all of our eSports student athletes have put in this season. It is an honor to have a national champion so early in the life of our program. I’m excited to see Crowder College continue to help shape the future of collegiate eSports programs in our region, and nationally,” stated Jackson Lewis-Hite, eSports Manager.
eSports originated in the spring 2020 semester at Crowder College and currently has 45 student-athletes participating.
Last Updated on December 8, 2021 by Steven Brunson