Before transferring to Minnesota State, Mankato, he bowled competitively at Wichita State University.
“I bowled there for 2 years and won one national title my final year, which is one of my biggest accomplishments in my life sportswise,” said Kyle. “I eventually ran out of money and decided to transfer to Minnesota State University, and they have the only competitive program in Minnesota, so it was an easy choice.”
His love and knowledge of the game has helped him to coach the men’s and women’s bowling league at MSU, which is one of his dream jobs. He jumped at the chance when he was informed that Scott Anderson was leaving.
“It is kind of a bowler’s dream job to be a bowling coach at a bowling alley.”
– Kyle Bischoff
“I never thought Scott, the guy before me, would leave because it is kind of a bowler’s dream job to be a bowling coach at a bowling alley,” said Kyle. “He said he thought I should give it a try, and I was like, ‘yeah of course.’”
Working with students and coaching them in the sport has made his dream reality. In the future, Kyle hopes to host a collegiate bowling tournament in Mankato.