Kyle Kesselring is entering his third season with the CMS coaching staff as the Defensive Line, Special Teams and Specialists Coach. Prior to CMS, Kesselring coached at the University of St. Thomas (MN). While at St. Thomas from 2009-2011, the Tommies compiled a 36-4 record and made the National Playoffs in all three of those seasons. In the 2011 season, the St. Thomas defense only allowed 10 points per game and held the opposing offense to an average of 216 yards per game in 14 games. At St. Thomas, Kesselring coached the defensive line, special teams, kickers, snappers, punters and holders. In three seasons, he coached six 1st team All-Conference selections (four defensive linemen, two kickers) and one 2nd team All-Conference performer.
Kesselring spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with St. Cloud State University from 2007-2009 where he received his Master's degree in Sports Management. While at St. Cloud, he coached the offensive line, tight-ends, kickers, snappers, punters and holders. At St. Cloud, he coached three 1st team All-Conference players (one offensive line, one tight-end, one kicker).
He spent the 2006 seasons as the assistant freshman football coach at Los Alamitos High School coaching the offensive and defensive lines as well as the special teams.
Kesselring is a 2006 graduate of the University of Iowa, where he earned a double major in journalism and health sports studies. Kesselring was a long and short snapper for the University of Iowa football team and played on two Big Ten Championship teams which played in four consecutive New Year's Day Bowl games.
Kesselring spent one year at St. Ambrose University in 2001 where he was a part of a conference championship team that made the National Playoffs. He was an offensive lineman and the Fighting Bee's short and long snapper.
Kesselring is originally from Iowa City, IA. As an high school athlete, Kesselring was a standout in football and baseball, earning All-Area honors in football, and All-State, All-Conference, All-District and All-Area honors in baseball.
Kesselring and his wife Britni reside in Claremont with their son Easton (1).
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