Kyle Church

Last College:
Charlotte

Position:
Director of Basketball Operations

Email:
kchurch@latech.edu

Kyle Church

05/20/2014

Summer Camps Fast Approaching for LA Tech Sports

More camp information can be found under the FanZone tab on the website

11/21/2014

LA Tech vs. Morehead State 11/21/14

Bulldogs down Eagles, 73-64, to extend home winning streak to 14 games.

01/13/2014

LA Tech versus FIU 1/11/14

LA Tech versus FIU 1/11/14

Kyle Church enters his second season as Director of Basketball Operations at Louisiana Tech under head coach Michael White.

His responsibilities include administrative duties around the basketball offices, team travel compliance and conducting coach White's summer basketball camps.

Previously, Church served as an assistant coach at Chipola College in Marianna, Fla., the hometown of former Bulldog Brandon Gibson, where he helped guide the Indians to a 26-5 record and a top 15 national ranking in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

His primary responsibilities included scouting, recruiting and on-court development.

Prior to being on the coaching staff with the Indians, Church was the head graduate assistant manager at LA Tech where he was in charge of monitoring the players' academic progress and handling video content while receiving his master's degree in kinesiology with a focus in sports performance.

During the 2010-11 season, Church was with White at Ole Miss as a graduate assistant for the men's basketball team that went 20-14 with an appearance in the 2011 National Invitation Tournament (NIT). His primary duties were working on skill development, academics, video exchange and video breakdown.

In the spring of 2009, Church was a volunteer assistant coach with the AAU team Charlotte Royals out of Charlotte, N.C. He assisted with the A team at the Boo Williams Tournament and other major national tournaments.

While earning his bachelor's degree in history, Church was a walk-on at fellow C-USA member Charlotte from 2006-10. He scored his first career points, a three-pointer, against Indiana at Assembly Hall in 2006. Church was named to the Atlantic 10 Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll all four years which honors student-athletes that have a 3.5 GPA or higher.