• In Manhattan Beach 2019 Kolinske and Eric Beranek became the third lowest seeded team (26th) to ever reach an AVP semifinal. Being seeded eighth in the qualifier, they were the second-lowest qualifier team to ever make it to a semifinal.
2021: Kolinske and John Hyden placed ninth in their only AVP tournament. Kolinske and Miles Evans played in six international tournaments, with a best of ninth.
2020: Kolinske played in all three AVP Long Beach events but did not advance from the qualifier in any of them. He played once with Sean Rosenthal and twice with Mark Burik. He then played one international event with John Hyden, placing 25th.
2019: Kolinske teamed with Eric Beranek and in their first event in Manhattan Beach the duo won three qualifier matches before losing in the first round. They bounced back and advanced to the semifinals, playing 11 matches (10 of which were elimination matches) and 28 sets over the four days. The pair played two more AVP events with a best of fifth. Kolinske did not reach the minimum matches played to qualify for season ending rankings, but would have been fourth in blocks (1.65 per set). Kolinske and Miles Evans played in eight FIVB events, with a best of ninth three times.
2018: Kolinske and Miles Evans played 16 FIVB tournaments, winning a silver medal in a one-star event and a bronze medal in a two-star event. The duo placed third in a p1440 tournament.
2017: Kolinske did not play on the AVP but played a couple of international events, with Miles Evans and Casey Jennings, finishing ninth in both.
2016: Kolinske played seven AVP tournaments with three different partners. He began the year with a pair of tournaments with Casey Jennings, with a best of seventh, then played once with Ty Loomis. He finished with four events with Avery Drost, with a best of third.
2015: In consecutive events to begin the year, Kolinske set career bests. He had a fifth place with Casey Jennings in the season opener, then placed third with Avery Drost after losing in the first round in New York. He finished the season with five more events with Jennings, reaching another semifinal. Kolinske finished the year ranked third in blocks (1.70 per set) and sixth in kills (6.92 per set). Kolinske and Jennings played one FIVB tournament, losing in the qualifier.
2014: Kolinske began the year with a qualifier with Jon Mesko, then advanced to the main draw alongside Dave McKienzie, finishing ninth. He played four more AVP events with Adam Roberts, including two main draws with a best of ninth.
2013: Kolinske played six AVP qualifiers with four different partners. He played alongside Mark Burik once, Raffe Paulis twice, Steven VanderWerp once and Skylar del Sol twice. He and VanderWerp advanced to the main draw in St. Petersburg and finished in ninth place.
2012: Kolinske made his AVP debut in a qualifier in Cincinnati with Justin Phipps. He also played four events on two other tours.
College: Kolinske played basketball at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. His field goal percent as a junior (58.6%) was in the top 15 all time at the school and he left ranked in the top 10 in blocks for his career.
Personal: Kolinske is one of six children, and his sister Julie played volleyball at the University of Milwaukee as well as a few AVP events.