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16 Kyle Kology
Kyle  Kology


Chatham, N.J.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205


“Not recruited and offered little optimism from myself for making the team, much less playing, this first-year has quickly proven me wrong.  How does an unheralded defenseman quickly make such a shockingly positive impression?  Kyle is a very intuitive lacrosse player who makes quick and very often accurate decisions as an off-ball defender.  He is quickly becoming a man we can rely upon and our staff recognizes Kyle makes us a smarter defense.”

• Three-year varsity letterwinner at Chatham High School
• First-team all-state as a junior and senior
• First-team all-conference as a junior and senior
• First-team All-Morris County as a junior and senior
• Chatham Defensive MVP in 2017
• Helped Chatham to the conference championship in 2017
• Helped Chatham to the Group 2 state championship in 2016
• An honorable mention all-state and all-conference honoree in 2015
• Had one goal and eight assists as a senior in 2017
• Earned two letters on the basketball team, earning All-NJAC honorable mention honors, while helping Chatham to the Morris County championship

• Son of Kevin and Gail Kology
• Has two sisters, Regan and Lara, and one brother, Griffin
• Sister, Regan, swims for Harvard (2014-18) and was a member of the USA National Junior Team in 2014 and 2015
• Sister, Regan, earned a bronze medal for the USA at the Jr. Pan Pacifics in the Open Water 10K in 2014
• Cousin, John Crotty, played basketball at UVA from 1987-91, and played in the NBA from 1992-2003
• Cousin, John Crotty, Sr., played basketball at North Carolina
• National AP Scholar with Distinction
• Morris County Scholar Athlete Award
• National Honor Society
• National French Honor Society
• In 2017 was Vice President of the Future Business Leaders of America and in 2016 was Jr. President



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