Kolpin, the second 1,000-yard rusher in Coe football history, led the nation in scoring with 23 touchdowns for the 1990 Midwest Conference champion Kohawks. He earned Sports Illustrated small college player of the week honors in 1989 with a five touchdown performance against Monmouth. His 14 receptions remain a single-game record at Coe and he was the first Kohawk to top 200 receiving yards.
Also a four-year letterman in track, Kolpin played baseball his freshman year at Coe. He remains in the Coe record books as a member of the fastest sprint medley relay team in school history.
The four inductees will be honored at the 37th Athletic Hall of Fame Reception and Dinner on Oct. 2 in Cedar Rapids. They will also be honored in the Homecoming Parade and before Coe's football game with the University of Dubuque on Oct. 3.