Kyle Van Fleet
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Kyle  Van Fleet

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Williamsport, Pa.

High School:
Loyalsock

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 220

Position:
FB

Experience:
3


2006: A starter in all 11 games at receiver ... Second on the team in receptions with 26 for 258 yards ... Averaged 9.9 yards per catch and averaged 23.5 yards per game ... Caught two touchdown passes ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection ... Had two catches for 28 yards at Brown ... At Columbia, had four catches for 65 yards ... Caught two passes for 11 yards, including an eight-yard touchdown, at Colgate ... Had a career-high seven catches for 86 yards, including a 25-yard scoring strike, in the season finale at Fordham.

2005: Started in nine games last season, missing two with injuries ... Tied for the team lead with 15 receptions ... Led the team with 258 yards receiving and a 17.2 yard-per-catch average ... Scored one touchdown and averaged 28.7 yards per game ... Also credited with four tackles on special teams ... Had four catches for 74 yards and a touchdown in the season opener at Bucknell ... Season-long catch of 42 yards against Holy Cross ... Had two catches for 39 yards against Brown ... Playing time was limited during the middle of the season due to injuries, but came back to haul in seven catches for 72 yards against Davidson ... Had one catch for 31 yards against Colgate.

2004: Started career as a linebacker and saw maximum duty on special teams...played in 10 games and totaled six tackles along with a fumble recovery...recovered fumble at Duquesne... made a season high three tackles at Monmouth... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member.

High School: Lettered in football, tennis and basketball at Loyalsock...played running back and safety and rushed for over 1,000 yards and 20 TDs as a senior...name Williamsport Sun-Gazette Player of the Year...basketball team won district championship in 2004 and tennis team won district in 2004 and finished fourth in state...a distinguished Honor Roll student.

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