Tyler Amina started 17 games as a sophomore and appeared in an additional five as he recorded a 14-3 record and a .560 save percentage. Amina started Princeton's first 11 games and went 10-1 in the span. He stopped seven shots in a season-opening win over 13th-ranked Santa Clara and had a season-high 13 in a win over Brown at the Princeton Invitational. Amina added an 11-save performance in a road league win at Navy and made 11 more in a loss to fourth-ranked Stanford at the SoCal Tournament. Amina won the opening round games of Southerns and Easterns, making 12 saves against Iona in the Eastern first round.
Amina appeared in five games during his rookie campaign and stopped 14 of the 21 shots he faced. Amina had five saves in a quarter against Iona and made five in the second half of a win over Gannon. Amina added an assist and steal, along with two saves in a quarter against George Washington.
Amina was the Kamehameha High School Scholar Athlete of the Year as a senior member of the water polo and swimming teams. Amina served as captain of both teams as a senior and was a three-time All-Interscholastic League of Hawaii honoree, earning second-team honors as a sophomore and junior and first-team honors as a senior. Amina was also a California-Hawaii ninth-team All-America goalie. Amina placed fourth in the 200 Medley Relay and the 200 Free Relay, and seventh in the 50 Free at the 2010 Hawaii high school swimming championships.
| Career Highs
| 13, vs. Brown (9/10/11)
|| 2 (4 Times), Most Recent vs. Johns Hopkins (10/15/11)
| 4, at Navy (9/24/11)
Awards & Honors
- CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team (2010)