Kyle finished his four-year career at Weber State in 2014. He twice earned Big Sky All-Conference honors and helped lead the Wildcats to the Big Sky title and a trip to the NCAA Tournament as a senior. He played in 131 career games at WSU, the second most games in school and Big Sky history. He became the first player in Weber State history to record 1,000 career points, 500 career rebounds and 100 career blocks. He finished his career ranked 13th in WSU history in career scoring with 1,214 points. He also ranks second in career blocks with 125 and 21st in career rebounds with 534. He also ranks fifth in career games started with 99 and is 10th in career field goals attempted. He scored in double figures in 56 career games.
2013-14 (Senior) Played and started in all 31 games for the Wildcats and helped lead WSU to the Big Sky title, Big Sky Tournament title and a trip to the NCAA Tournament...Was named to the Big Sky All-Conference Second Team for the second-straight season...Was also named to the Big Sky All-Tournament team after scoring a career-high 27 points in the championship game win over North Dakota...Finished the year second on the team in scoring at 11.5 points per game...Scored in double figures 17 times on the season and scored 20 or more five times...Opened the season with a then-career-high of 24 points at BYU...Scored in double figures in 12 of the 20 Big Sky games...Also averaged 4.7 rebounds per game and tied his career-high with 11 rebounds in a home win over Idaho State...Finished the season second in the Big Sky in blocks at 1.8 per game...Recorded 55 blocks on the season, the fifth most in a year in WSU history...Set a career-high with five blocks in a win over Northern New Mexico...Was fourth in the conference in field goal percentage at 59.4 percent, which ranks as the sixth best shooting percentage in WSU single-season history.
2013-14 (Junior) Played and started in 36 of WSU’s 37 games on the season and helped lead the Wildcats to their record-setting 30-7 season...Earned second team Big Sky All-Conference honors...Averaged 11.8 points per game on the season and scored in double figures 21 times...Also scored 20 or more points six times...Posted a career-high 23 points in WSU’s home win over Northern Arizona on Jan. 17...Averaged 5.5 rebounds per game on the season and recorded nine rebounds three times...Finished fourth in the Big Sky in field goal percentage at 57 percent...Was sixth in the conference in blocks at 1.2 per game...Recorded 43 blocks on the season, the seventh most in WSU single-season history...Earned Big Sky Player of the Week honors on Dec. 11 after averaging 18 points in home wins over Utah Valley and UC Irvine...Was named to the Collegeinsider.com All-Tournament Team.
2011-12 (Sophomore) Played and started in all 32 games for the Wildcats, joining Damian Lillard as the only two Wildcats to start all 32 games...Earned Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention honors for his performance during the season...Averaged 10 points and 3.8 points per game on the year and shot 54 percent from the field...Ranked fourth in the Big Sky in field goal percentage...Scored in double figures 17 times during the season, the third most on the team...Posted a career-high of 22 points and pulled down a season-high 10 rebounds in Weber State’s win over Northern Arizona on Jan. 19...Averaged 10.8 points per game in Big Sky Conference games...Was second on the team in blocks with 21, ranking 10th in the Big Sky...Was third on the team in minutes played.
2010-11 (Freshman) Played in all 32 games for the Wildcats as a true freshman, one of just five players to play in every game...Averaged 3.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game while playing 11.6 minutes a game...Posted a season-high of 19 points in WSU’s win over the University of the Southwest on Dec. 18...In that game he was 6-10 from the field, 7-8 from the line and pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds in 21 minutes of action for his first career double-double...Scored points in 24 of WSU’s 32 games....Was second on the Wildcat team in field goal percentage at 52.7 percent.
Horizon High School Played under Coach Paul Long at Scottsdale’s Horizon High School...Helped lead his team to the Desert Valley Region championship for the first time in 20 years...Named Second Team All-State and First Team All-Region...Leaves Horizon as the school’s career leader in rebounds and blocked shots.
Personal Full name is Kyle Jonathan Tresnak...Was born Feb. 25, 1992 in Scottsdale, Ariz...Parents are Frank and Ellen Tresnak...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.