#08 Tyler Kolness

Height: 6-1
Weight: 190
Hometown: Hendrum, Minn
High School: Norman County West H.S
Major: Undecided


Personal: Letter winner in football, basketball and baseball...Cum Laude...son of John and Jyl...Hobbies include Twins, Football, PLaying Guitar, Madden, Visiting my grandma

Why did you choose to come to Concordia? “To have the oppurtunity to play right away on a JV team for a great school rich in tradition and recieve a great education ."



Nickname: TK

One word the best describes me: Abnormal

Favorite place to visit:  Greece

Favorite food: Chicken or Beef

Favorite restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings

Favorite movies: Remeber the Titans

Favorite TV Show: Sportscenter, Twins games

Favorite musical groups: Red Hot Chili peppers, Tupac, Creed, Kenny Chesney

Favorite book: The last season

Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving

One thing I can't live without: Football

What is the best gift you ever received: Gift of life or guitar

The three people I would most like to meet: My gradpa, Tupac, Jessica Alba

Best class ever taken at Concordia: European History with Vince Arnold

Biggest inluence on my football career: My dad

Greatest personal sports moment: Throwing 11-11, 268 4 tds in schools 1st home playoff game in ten years

If I were to play another sport it would be: Baseball

Favorite pro sports team: Twins

My dream job is: Sportscenter anchor or Manager of the Twins

The most unusal thing the average person would not know about me is: I dream football

Before each game I: Pray/Talk to my self

What is your greatest fear? Heights

What was the first CD you ever owned? Tupac

One thing I absolutely have to do before I turn 40: Go to spring break

The best thing about Fargo-Moorhead is: Concordia Football

This summer I: Worked out and prepared really hard for this opportunity

Favorite part of practice or game day: being on the field, smell of grass and the air

My favorite thing about Concordia football is: the elite coaching staff we have that teach and prepare us day in and day out

If I were president, the first think I would do: put a salary cap on baseball