Kyle began swimming while he was in high school where he was also a football player. Kyle saw success in the pool throughout high school and decided to pursue swimming at the college level committing to Westminster in 2012.
Kyle excelled in his first season as a titan when he began moving away from the sprint events and was converted into a distance swimmer. At the Presidents Athletic conference championship meet he posted all best times in his individuals although he fell just short of the top 16 in all of them. Kyle’s support helped the team win their first title in 5 years.
Kyle again saw drops in all of his events in his sophomore season. He posted all best times at the Wooster Invitational mid-season meet and was able to better his 500 time at the PAC championship meet in February although he fell short of best times in the 200 fly and 1650.
Kyle saw success for the third straight season at Westminster. At the PAC championship meet kyle dropped time in all three of his individual events. This year he elected to swim the 1650, 500, and 200 freestyle events and although he fell just short of finals in his individuals Kyle was an important part of Westminster’s second championship in three years.
Kyle is a criminal justice major and plans to seek a job with the FBI after graduation. He is also in charge of leading team cheers on the swim team.