Kyle Diangkinay begun his graduate assistantship in August 2017 within the Sports Information department. He assists with all communication, publication and statistical functions for the institution's 25 intercollegiate programs.
Prior to his arrival to campus, Diangkinay had participated in multiple NCAA programs, including the Student Immersion Program, Career Next Steps Program, Career in Sports Forum, and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Student Program. Each initiative aimed to “build a pipeline of talented ethnic minority candidates, with an interest in Division III coaching and/or administration, in an effort to ultimately diversify the division.
A 2017 graduate of Wheaton College (Mass.), Diangkinay completed his Bachelors of Arts degree in Business and Management with a concentration in Analytics and Media, accompanied by a minor in sociology. In Norton, he spent three years as the Sports Information Director’s assistant/intern, where duties included the recording of live statistics, creating of highlight videos, and editing of student-athlete interviews. In May of his senior year, he was the recipient of the Claudia Friese Special Recognition Award, which is "intended to recognize the kind of less visible, behind-the-scenes dedication to the Wheaton College Department of Athletics exhibited by any member of the Wheaton Community.
The Queens, N.Y. native is currently pursuing his Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Leadership.