While at Normandy, Kyle played basketball all four years. He earned a letter all four years. In 2007, Kyle was named the League’s Most Valuable Player for the Pioneer conference. He also holds the record for the most points scored in school history, with 1,624 career points.
Kyle attended Massachusetts – Lowell where he was named freshman of the year in 2008-09.
Kyle played two years at Massachusetts – Lowell scoring 1,043 points and averaging 20.2 points per game. He was selected as the Northeast 10 Tournament MVP.
Kyle finished his collegiate career at the University of Findlay. He was selected first team All-Conference in the GLICAC. In his time there, he shot 88.7% from the free throw line and shot42.7% from behind the three point line.
Kyle is a current resident of Seven Hills and is currently single without children. He works forTechtronic Industries North America as a Sales Rep for 3 1/2 years.