Tyler, 25, looked sharp in a red suit as he smiled good-naturedly next to his former girlfriend.
Bella was up for two awards that night, picked by fans, including Choice Summer Movie Actress (Amityville: The Awakening) and Choice Snapchatter.
She was named the ACC Tournament MVP after leading the Heels to the tournament title.
Division I’s biggest offensive threat showed off her skills at the final weekend, scoring all three of her team’s goals in the semifinals and finals to power the Huskies to an undefeated season that culminated in the national championship.
Hoffman, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, anchored the Tar Heel defense at the center back position, starting all 23 games there and serving as a team co-captain.
On the offensive end, she tied for the team lead in goals with 11 and ranked second in points with 27.
Gehman was an offensive force for the Falcons all year long, ranking fifth in the nation in points per game despite facing the fifth-toughest schedule in the nation.
Gehman powered Messiah back into the NCAA title game, their second consecutive such berth, after earning Commonwealth Player of the Year honors.
The CAC Player of the Year, Windsor backstopped the Sea Gulls throughout the season and into the NCAA tournament.
Windsor faced the second-toughest schedule in the nation and posted the nation’s sixth-best goals-against average, only twice allowing two or more goals in regulation all season.
Scranton finished 18th nationally in scoring margin at 2.18 per game and were the second seed in the Landmark Conference tournament a year after not advancing to the post-season.