General: Much improved post player who has played in 97 career games and ranks 10th at Lafayette for career blocks (52)...originally from Poland, he is one of three international players...began playing basketball at age of 14.
2009-10: (As of March 13, 2010) Moved into the top 10 in career blocks with a block against Holy Cross (3/7)...started third game of the season and scored Lafayette's first basket on Senior Day against Lehigh (2/21)...scored three points at Bucknell (2/17)...had first steal of the season against Colgate (2/10)...scored four points which included a dunk to cap off a big run against Holy Cross (1/9)...had a season-high four points against Columbia (1/6)...scored three points and grabbed three rebounds at Delaware (12/29)...snatched two rebounds and had an assist against LIU (12/12)...started against FDU (12/9)...played eight minutes and scored three points at Princeton (12/6)...had three blocks and two points at La Salle (12/3)...brought down three rebounds against St. Peter's (11/30)...played five minutes grabbed two rebounds against Hartford (11/24)...had two rebounds at Sacred Heart (11/15)...played 16 minutes against Wagner (11/13) and scored two baskets.
2008-09: Started in 17 games at center while playing in 29...led the team in blocks with 25...led the team in rebounding in five games...registered two blocks and a steal in 10 minutes vs. Bucknell (2/18)...tallied career highs in rebounds (nine) and blocks (four) at Colgate (2/11)...pulled down seven rebounds vs. Holy Cross (2/7)...lone block at American (1/31) propelled him into the school's top-25 career block leaders with 30...grabbed six boards in 11 minutes vs. Lehigh (1/24)...managed five points and five rebounds vs. Colgate (1/14) in 11 minutes...scored a career-high eight points with four rebounds in 18 minutes at Holy Cross (1/10)...pulled down six rebounds with a block and a steal vs. Princeton (12/30)...swatted away two shots and chipped in five points in 12 minutes at Fordham (12/8)...dished out first assist of the season at Hartford (12/4)...scored six points against CCSU (11/30)...notched five rebounds against Temple (11/21) and again at Colorado (11/25)...swatted away three shots and scored four points in win against Stony Brook (11/18)...grabbed two boards and blocked a shot in his first start against Wagner (11/14).
2007-08: Appeared in 25 games, averaging 5.9 minutes per game...blocked two shots in eight minutes in opener vs. Wagner (11/9)...blocked a shot and pulled down a rebound in a crucial stretch late in the game vs. UMBC (11/20)...scored a career-high seven points against NJIT (12/3), going 3-for-3 from the floor...had four points at Rutgers (12/5)...grabbed four rebounds at Columbia (12/8)...pulled down three boards at Robert Morris (12/30)...finished with a career-high six rebounds at Mississippi State (1/5)...had five points and three rebounds at Colgate (1/16)...played four minutes at Holy Cross (2/9)...saw three minutes of action against Lehigh (2/23) with a block and two rebounds.
2006-07: Played in 17 games...scored two points in nine minutes against Bucknell (1/17)...made his only field goal attempt against Columbia (12/11)...notched his first career field goal against UMBC (11/21)...scored first collegiate points against Notre Dame, while also pulling down two rebounds in seven minutes (11/14).
High School: All-State honorable mention choice while at Caravel Academy in Bear, Del...averaged 12.5 points, 9.6 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game while leading Caravel to a 23-3 record, the best mark in school history...managed 11 double-doubles in 2005-06, scoring at least 19 points in four of the games...recorded a triple-double against St. Thomas More when he dropped in 16 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and swatted away 11 shots...shot 62 percent from the floor in 2005-06...as Caravel moved to postseason play, Koltun raised his level of play, posting a triple-double against Brandywine (18 pts., 14 reb., 10 blks) in the second round of the state tournament and a double-double (14 pts., 14 reb.) in a semifinal win over Hodgson...advanced to the state championship game before losing to Tatnall in double overtime....Born 6/31/87.
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