Kyle Bolton enters the 2018 – 2019 season at Momentum for his first year. In his first year of coaching and 12 years of playing, Kyle brings his love of volleyball, many years of experience playing all positions and passion to help others learn the sport of volleyball.
Most recently, Kyle graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane,
Washington where he was a 4-year starter for the men’s club volleyball team that won their division at the 2018 NCVF national championships.
Kyle is a firm believer in making volleyball as fun as possible while still striving to help players learn and improve their skills. Kyle wants to try to create a winning
culture without sacrificing morals and character. He wants his players to enjoy their time playing and hopefully continue to play volleyball as long as they can. His top priorities are to help his players develop and improve their skills as well as to develop the character traits that go along with a good volleyball player. He believes a lot can be learned from volleyball outside of the game itself, that can be translated to the real world such as integrity, leadership, teamwork, and responsibility.
When not coaching, Kyle still enjoys playing indoor, grass and sand volleyball. He just recently moved back to Colorado from Spokane, Washington where he attended Gonzaga University. Kyle also is a foodie and will always go out for a bite to eat.