Guard Tyler Kolek is known for his shooting and strong work ethic. Get to know Kolek here. He is a redshirt freshman. He was born in Cumberland, Rhode Island. He played three seasons at Cumberland High School before transferring to St. George's Prep. He repeated his junior year after reclassifying, playing two seasons at St. George's.
The PC-Marquette showdown this past weekend was a full circle moment for Cumberland’s Tyler Kolek. The Rhode Islander got to play the team he grew up rooting for at the arena his family once held season tickets at. ABC6 sports anchor Ian Steele talked with the Kolek Family as...
PROVIDENCE — Marquette remains red-hot entering this weekend’s showdown with Providence, and the prime facilitator for the Golden Eagles is a Cumberland native. Tyler Kolek grew up in a family of Friars season-ticket holders. Now some of those same patrons will be paying to watch him take the floor at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. The rescheduled 12:30 p.m. tip on Sunday will see a pair of Big East teams in the ascendancy preparing to lock horns.
The Marquette University men’s basketball team (8-6, 0-3 BIG EAST) continues the BIG EAST campaign when the squad hosts nationally ranked Providence (13-1, 3-0 BIG EAST) at 8 p.m. CT in Fiserv Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 4. FS1 will feature the national television broadcast, with Lisa Byington (play-by-play) and Brian Butch (analyst) calling the action. Following Tuesday’s outing, the Golden Eagles will travel to Georgetown for a rare Friday night league matchup on Jan. 7.
Tyler Kolek…on the MU radio network post-game…with Steve True and Tony Smith…after scoring 18 pts and dishing out 8 assists in MU's 82-71 win over West Virginia. Tyler Kolek: It was a great win. Tony Smith…. we knew you could shoot it but you struggled shooting early on this season…
Attending West Virginia University would be a lot of fun for one simple reason: John Denver’s iconic bar favourite, ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads.’. Having such an legendary sing-a-long song based after the university’s home state (and namesake) would certainly lead to a lot of raucous moments, particularly in the bars and at sporting events. While the Mountaineers undoubtedly utilize the song to its fullest extent, it also opens up the possibility for opposing schools and their students to troll.
Tyler Kolek was feeling good about Marquette beating West Virginia. So he sang along to 'Take Me Home, Country Roads.'
The song started up in the final minute of Marquette's 82-71 victory over West Virginia at the Charleston Classic on Friday night. "Take Me Home, Country Roads" — an earworm made popular by John Denver — has been adopted as an anthem by Mountaineers fans. ...
Def identity ‘This is big…I have seen a bunch of endings…big for our young guys…stay persistent…we have a chance to win…missed …theme of the week was audacity…and we were. + they up by 12…they are the #10 team in the country for a reason…that run was partly my fault…I let...
That is how redshirt first-year guard Tyler Kolek describes himself. The Cumberland, Rhode Island, native is one of the promising newcomers to the Marquette men’s basketball program under new head coach Shaka Smart. Kolek arrives to Milwaukee after spending his true first-year season in Fairfax, Virginia, at George Mason University...
Marquette opened the 2021-22 season with a 98-40 win over Division 2 Bowie State, out of Baltimore. Soph Guard Tyler Kolek lead a balanced MU team with 15 pts and 7 assists. Soph Forward Justin Lewis and Freshman Guard Kam Jones added 13 each. ================. Read our thoughts on the...
The 2021-22 college basketball season is right around the corner, so let’s get into the Marquette Golden Eagles basketball roster and take a look at what to expect from each player this season. We’ll be going through the players one by one: First MU’s freshmen in alphabetical order, then the two underclassmen transfers, then the two super-seniors on their extra year of eligibility, and then finally the three returning players, going in order of average minutes per game last season from lowest to highest.
The 2021 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year Tyler Kolek announced his commitment to Marquette Basketball on Wednesday night via his Twitter page. The Rhode Island-native averaged 10.8 points per game last season with the George Mason Patriots. He also shot 35.8 percent from the three-point range while playing in 22 games and starting in 18 appearances.
The historically busy commitment day continued for Marquette as 6-3 180 lb Freshman Tyler Kolek announced tonight that he was committing to Marquette. This is the 4th commitment to Marquette’s new head coach Shaka Smart over the past 24hrs. He was named freshman of the yr in the A-10 conference after he led all freshmen in scoring (10.8 ppg) and 3pt FG made/game. Kolek ranked in the top-5 in Freshman rebounding, assists and steals. Coming out of high school in 2020, Kolek was rated as the 2nd best player in Rhode Island.
George Mason transfer Tyler Kolek has committed to the Marquette Golden Eagles, he announced on Wednesday night. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound point guards the third commitment of the day for Shaka Smart and his staff following suit behind Keeyan Itejere and David Joplin. The freshman transfer averaged 10.8 points, 3.6 rebounds...
Tyler Kolek has traded the Atlantic 10 for the Big East entering his second season of college basketball. The former standout at Cumberland High and St. George’s announced his commitment to Marquette on his personal Twitter page late Wednesday night. Kolek was the conference Rookie of the Year during his...
Cumberland native and George Mason transfer Tyler Kolek has heard from the Providence College basketball program about a potential move to the Friars, ABC6 has learned. The Saint George’s product has also heard from Boston College, Butler, Davidson, East Carolina, Loyola Chicago, Notre Dame, Richmond, Saint Mary’s, Stanford, TCU, UConn, Vanderbilt, and Wofford.
Boston College head coach Earl Grant continues to mine the transfer portal as he looks to rebuild his program. On Tuesday, multiple reports came out that the Eagles had been in contact with George Mason guard Tyler Kolek. The reigning A-10 freshman of the year, entered the transfer portal last week after Dave Paulsen was fired.
Cumberland native Tyler Kolek has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer portal, ABC6 has confirmed. The St. George’s product is the reigning Atlantic 10 conference Rookie of the Year. This move comes after the Patriots cut ties with head coach Dave Paulsen this offseason.
Two Atlantic 10 guards with in-state ties entered the NCAA transfer portal late Wednesday night. Fatts Russell and Tyler Kolek are both in search of new college homes. Russell will leave the University of Rhode Island after a standout four-year career while Kolek is exploring a departure from George Mason after a lone season.