- Ohio State Scholar Athlete (2021)
2021 (Freshman at Ohio State)
- Played in 10 games with one goal in Ohio State’s 2-2 double-overtime match vs. Michigan March 15
- Finished the year with 2 shots, both on net
Prior to Ohio State
Ty is the son of Jay and Natasha Konrad and played high school soccer for head coach Jim Konrad and the Naperville North Huskies … he played 107 high school games, recorded 139 points on 45 goals and 49 assists … as a senior, scored 17 goals to go with 15 assists (49 pts.) … Three-time IHSA state champion … 2016 all-conference … 2017 Illinois Coaches All-Sectional … 2018 NSCAA, Top Drawer and Allstate All-American … plays club soccer for Galaxy 2001 and coach Jay Konrad … 2018 USYSA 17U National Champion … 2018 USYSA Golden Ball winner and Best XI … has one sibling, Mitch … would like to pursue becoming a special education teacher.
Coach Maisonneuve on Konrad: “We are excited to add Ty to our 2020 class. He is an attacking threat that likes to go 1v1 and make defenders uncomfortable off the dribble. He has a tremendous work rate and can score goals. Coming to us from Chicago, Ty has been in a great environment and has had a phenomenal high school and club career, winning a multitude of championships and awards over the past four years. He is a model student in the classroom and a great teammate on and off the field. We look forward to him joining us this fall.”