Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 9/4/14
From Press Release
Cabrini College has named Kyle Quist as the Cavaliers’ first graduate assistant, head coach Steve Colfer recently announced.
“Kyle has been a great addition to our staff,” Colfer said. “We are extremely excited to have him as our first official graduate assistant for the men’s lacrosse program.”
Quist, who recently completed his first year on Cabrini’s bench as an assistant coach, helped the Blue and White to a 17-2 overall record in 2014, tied for most wins in program history. The Cavaliers earned their 14th consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference title, extending their CSAC win streak to an NCAA record tying 102 victories.
In 2014, the Cavaliers boasted the nation’s top offense, scoring 18.53 goals per game. Cabrini also ranked in the top 11 in eight other NCAA categories, including the nation’s top scoring margin of 10.68 goals. The Blue and White’s 28.53 points per game were good for second in the country, while its 44.68 ground balls were good for third and 10.0 assists ranked fifth.
No stranger to the local high school lacrosse scene, the Doylestown native was named Suburban One League Player of the Year, All-Phillylacrosse.com and a High School All-American in 2008 at Central Bucks East High School.
As a college lacrosse player, Quist helped Salisbury post a combined record of 81-7 including a perfect 23-0 in 2012. Quist appeared in three National championship games, capturing titles in 2011 and 2012. An attackman and part of Salisbury’s man-up offense, Quist tallied 70 points on 53 goals and 17 assists during his playing career.
Quist has also coached in the Twist Lacrosse program since 2008, where he is part of the high school recruitment process and helps premier high school players prepare for collegiate lacrosse.