|Born||January 7, 1923|
|Died||September 11, 2010(aged 87)|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Administrative career (AD unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|3 Tri-State League (1952, 1954–1955)|
Born in Kristiansand, Norway, Kollevoll emigrated to the United States with his parents and grew up in Brooklyn. Kollevoll began attending Colgate University in the fall of 1941, playing ice hockey, baseball, and football in his time there. He was an initiate of Delta Upsilon. After graduating from an accelerated program in 1945 Kollevoll joined the United States Navy towards the end of World War II. After his tour was over he began a short professional career in both baseball and hockey before retiring following an injury in 1948.
Kollevoll became the head coach at St. Lawrence in 1950 for both the baseball and hockey squads. During his time there he attained his master's degree while leading the Saints to their first two appearances in the NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship. In 1955 Kollevoll returned to his alma mater, taking over as head coach for the ice hockey and freshman football clubs. In 1957 Colgate's hockey program returned to varsity status and became a founding member of ECAC Hockey four years later.
Head coaching record
|Colgate Red Raiders (Tri-State League) (1950–1955)|
|1951-52||St. Lawrence||15-5-0||6-1-0||1st||NCAA Consolation Game (Loss)|
|1954-55||St. Lawrence||19-5-1||6-0-0||1st||NCAA Consolation Game (Loss)|
|Colgate Red Raiders (Division I Independent) (1957–1961)|
|Colgate Red Raiders (ECAC Hockey) (1961–1965)|
Postseason invitational champion
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