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Danny Kistler Jr.
Danny Kistler Jr.

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
O'Dea

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 315

Position:
Offensive Tackle

Birthdate:
03/30/1991

Experience:
3V


01/24/2014

An A+ effort: Montana tops Big Sky Conference

07/18/2013

Kistler, Tripp, Wagenmann named preseason AAs by Phil Steele magazine

Coyle, Johnson, Kanongata'a, Oiland, Takai join those three players on preseason All-Big Sky squad

07/15/2013

Tripp named preseason Big Sky Defensive MVP

Tripp, Wagenmann and Kistler Jr. all named preseason All-Big Sky

07/01/2013

Three Griz named to preseason All-America team

Kistler Jr. and Tripp named first team, Wagenmann second team

04/19/2013

Griz mentor Mick Delaney announces UM's four 2013 team captains

Linebackers Coyle & Tripp named defensive captains/OT Kistler & QB Johnson to represent the offense

12/07/2013

Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)

Montana vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/13)

11/23/2013

Montana vs. Montana State (11/23/13)

Montana vs. Montana State (11/23/13)

10/05/2013

Montana vs. Portland State (10/5/13)

Montana vs. Portland State (10/5/13)

10/29/2012

Montana vs. Idaho State (10/26/12)

Montana vs. Idaho State (10/26/12)

09/15/2012

Montana vs. Liberty (9/15/12)

Montana vs. Liberty (9/15/12)

2013 ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE

MONTANA: Danny is one of the premier lineman at the FCS level and will be starting for the third straight season in 2013. Going into his senior year he has played in 35 career games and has 29 starts so far in his career.

2012: He started all 11 games last season at right tackle. He was a first team All-Big Sky Conference pick. He was also the co-recipient (with senior guard Jake Hendrickson) of the Paul Weskamp Award (outstanding offensive lineman).

2011: He started all 14 games at right guard and second team All-Big Sky selection.

2010: He played in nine games and started in two at left guard as a true freshman. He also has the ability to play guard. He was an All-Big Sky academic team selection with a 3.42 grade point average.

HIGH SCHOOL: He earned three letters in football and two in track and field at O'Dea High School. He was voted most improved player in football as a junior for his team that went 13-1 that lost in the state championship game. He missed most of his senior year with an injury. He was an all-league pick as a junior and senior. He was named preseason all-state choice as a senior (2008). His high school football coach was Monte Kohler.

PERSONAL: He is a sociology major. His parents are Dan and Helen Kistler of Seattle. Birth date: March 30, 1991.

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