- Class: 2021
- High School: Episcopal Dallas
- State: Texas
- Position: Goalie
- Club Team: Texas Mustangs | Iron Horse | Rising Sons
- College: Syracuse
- T99 Showcase All-Star
- 2019 Maverik Showtime
- NXT Philly Summer Showcase All-Star
- 2021 Inside Lacrosse, 4-Star Top 10 Goalie
- 2019 Goaliesmith Experience Top 2021 Performer
- 2019 T99 2020/2021 All-Star Team
- 2019 Adrenaline Black Card Showcase
- 2018 Adrenaline Black Card Showcase
- 2018 T99 Lacrosse Showcase 2021 All Star Team
High School Career
In High SchoolKyle Rolley has been multiple all-star selections at the T99 Showcase in addition to being an all-star at the 2018 NXT Philly Summer and Fall showcases. The goalie transferred to Episcopal Dallas for the 2019 season. In 2016, he as awarded All-World, First Team Goalie at the World Series of Youth Lacrosse. As a youth player, he made the DFW All-Star Team three years in a row. Rolley is a multi-sport athlete - playing football and tennis in addition to lacrosse.
I have been playing tennis since I was in first grade. I am a member of the Young Men's Service League, where my Mom and I volunteer for various charities. I am a regular volunteer for Aceing Autism, where I work with Autistic kids teaching them how to play tennis. I try to get as much training as I can so I continue to improve. I have had great training in the Ironhorse Program with Coach Surran. This past summer I attended Net Nation and The Goaliesmith Experience for additional goalie training. I was identified as a "Goaliesmith Experience 2021 Top Performer" by Inside Lacrosse, which was pretty cool. -- Kyle Rolley
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