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Kyle Duncan
Kyle Duncan
Title: Assistant Football Coach (Defensive Line)
Phone: (860) 297-2460
Twitter: @Coachkyleduncan

(Recruiting Areas: New Jersey, Pennsylvania)

Kyle Duncan enters the third year of his second stint as a Trinity football assistant coach in 2019 after previously serving on the staff as a graduate assistant from 2013 to 2015. In between, Duncan was a member of the Tufts University football staff as defensive line coach for two years and recruiting coordinator for one. While in Medford, Duncan coached three All-NESCAC defensive linemen (Doug Harrison, Micah Adickes, and Zach Thomas) while recruiting New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and the Long Island/Westchester County, New York areas. Duncan also went overseas where he was the head coach, defensive and special teams coordinator of the Czech Republic’s Prague Lions in the summers of 2015 and 2016. He led the Lions to the club’s first-ever, 10-0 undefeated regular season in the Czech League of American football, and the squad twice received American Football International European Top 20 Honorable Mention honors.

Duncan originally came to Trinity in April 2013 after a successful playing career at Bowdoin and a one-year stint as running backs coach at his alma mater.  Duncan graduated from Bowdoin in 2012 with a degree in government and legal studies, and earned his master’s degree in public policy at Trinity in 2016.  He was a three-year starting center for the NESCAC rival Polar Bears and mentored all-league ball carrier Zach Donnarumma in 2012.  Duncan coached Trinity All-NESCAC running backs Michael Budness, Evan Bunker, Ben Crick, and Chudi Iregbelum as a graduate assistant and All-NESCAC defensive linemen Corey Jean-Jacques, Brandon Blaise, Devyn Perkins, Nick Rose, and Jimmy Christiano the last two years.