Kyle Koszuta had his first experience with PGC in 2010, when he attended the Point Guard College session led by Chad Songy. Kyle was a PGC instructor for five years and has trained athletes across 15 states and two continents.
Kyle’s playing career includes four years at Niceville High School where he was named team captain, 5A daily news player of the year, and 3rd team all state.
Kyle accepted a Division I scholarship to the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he competed against the highest level of competition, including Kansas, Ohio State, and Oklahoma. He finished his final two seasons at Rollins College in Orlando, Florida. As a senior, Kyle helped lead the team to a top 25 national ranking and a NCAA tournament at-large bid. He was an all academic selection all four years in college.
Along with his Director Role at PGC, Kyle works as an Innovation Experience Designer at the Florida Hospital in Orlando and owns an art business, Marble Heads.
What They’re Saying About Kyle
Kyle’s passion for the game and for the next generation is clearly evident in the way he coaches. His energy, attitude, and basketball knowledge are remarkable. He is highly motivating and impactful, challenging players to believe in themselves and to work hard to reach the next level. As a coach and a father I was greatly impressed with the way he connected with the players, including my own son, who left his time with Kyle “hungry” to get better.
—Nick Reynolds, Parent of PGC Grad
I attended Skills Academy II with 12 of my players. We were extremely fortunate to have Kyle as our director. I feel that Kyle’s firsthand experience as a Division I athlete combined with his knowledge, personality, and incredible energy make him second to none! Kyle did an unbelievable job with the staff, athletes, and observing coaches. We will definitely look for more sessions that Kyle will be part of. I’m thankful to have met Kyle, and now fortunate to consider him a friend and colleague!
—Marcus Aynes, Observing Coach