While he spent just nine seasons on the sideline for the Hopkinsville Tigers soccer team, he managed to become one of the winningest coaches in Kentucky boys soccer history. When Tyler Stallons stepped down following the 2019 soccer season, he had coached the Tigers to 168 wins in those nine seasons.
The total of 168 coaching wins places Stallons in 30th place in terms of all time wins in Kentucky boys soccer. He stepped away from coaching just two wins behind Gary Rue, of Western Hills, and Chris Hubbard, of South Laurel. Had he been on the bench this season, Stallons would likely have passed those coaches in the first two weeks of the season, and had a shot to move close to the Top 25.
Stallons career mark at Hopkinsville is 168-49-9.