Ken Niumatalolo wiki, bio, age, football, height, twitter
Ken Niumatalolo who is an American football coach as well as a former player is the head football coach at United States Naval Academy. It is a position that he has been holding since the 2007 season. He also played college football at University of Hawaií. He is the native of Laie, Hawaii. He came into this world on 8th May of the year 1965 which has now made him reach at the age of 50. Although he is known by the name Ken Niumatalolo, as a child, he was named as Kenneth Va’a Niumatalolo. He is the son of Simi and Lamala Niumatalolo.
Moving on to his personal life biography, Ken has already got married. He is married to his wife named Barbara. He also has three children together with his wife. Among them, one is a daughter named as Alexcia and other two are sons whom they have named as Va’a and Ali’i. Ken lost his mother Lamala on Thursday, 5th September of the year 2013.
Ken is a Latter-day Saint who as of August of 2010 had served as the Young Men President in his ward in the Maryland. Ken is one among the six main people who were featured in a documentary movie known as Meet the Mormons which was released on 10th October of 2014. He was also in bishopric but he did not hold the office of the bishop. He used to serve as a counselor to a bishop.
Ken went to get his education from the Radford High School located in Honolulu from where he got graduated in the year 1983. There, he was the star is both the football as well as basketball. He then went to play at University of Hawai’i at Manoa eventually being the Rainbows starting quarterback after serving for a couple of years as missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in California Ventura Mission.
Ken also used to serve as Spanish speaking missionary. At that time the mission not only covered the Ventura County, California but also extended northward to take in greater Bakersfield, California area. During the time of his with the Rainbows, Ken ran an option oriented offense under direction of Paul Johnson who was then the offensive coordinator. Prior to that, Ken is the second person of the Polynesian descent who was named as the head coach of NCAA Division I FBS college football program as well as the first ethnic Samoan collegiate head coach on any level. Besides that, to know more about him and his height, he is also active in Twitter and Instagram.