About Kyle Zentz
Zentz grew up outside of Baltimore, MD and started playing lacrosse at nine years old. During his playing career at Westminster High School, he was named high school All American and a finalist for the C. Markland Kelley award. Zentz went on to play Division II Lacrosse at Limestone College, where he was Team Captain of the 2002 National Championship Team. After college, Zentz began coaching at all levels, including elite high school and youth club lacrosse in both Maryland and Colorado. Since 2018, Kyle has had tremendous success as Head Coach of the 2030 Team91 Colorado Team and the 2030 Team91 National Team. He has a passion for making players better and has run skills clinics for thousands of lacrosse players across the country. Zentz is married to his amazing wife and has passed along his passion for athletics to their two children. His daughter Hartley is a competitive dancer and his son, Steele, plays lacrosse and hockey. Steele is in his second year as a student-athlete at TPH Denver. Zentz is committed to the development of student-athletes through the sharpening of foundational skills, blended skills, habits, concepts and details that will set them apart from their competition.