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Williams Wins 2005 Div. III New England Men's Track & Field Championships; Host Springfield Finishes Fourth

Thursday, May 5 Friday, May 6 Saturday, May 7 Decathlon Day 1 Decathlon Day 2 Final Results

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., May 7, 2005 – Williams College won its 13th team title in the last 15 seasons at the Division III New England Men’s Track & Field Championships, hosted by Springfield College. Williams totaled 167.50 points, followed by defending champion MIT (99.5), Bates (72.5), Springfield (54), and Tufts (52) to round out the top-five team scores.

Individual Event Winners
100 Meters John Symankski Williams 10.70
200 Meters John Symnanksi Williams 21.05
400 Meters Patrick Swan Middlebury 49.37
800 Meters Brian Anderson MIT 1:54.29
1,500 Meters Ian London Colby 3:55.60
5,000 Meters Neal Holtschulte Williams 15:05.13
10,000 Meters Eric Khatchadourian MIT 32:44.10
110 Hurdles Jonathan Garcia UMass-Dartmouth 14.67
400 Hurdles Kevin Bright Middlebury 54.82
4x400 Relay Williams 3:21.99
High Jump Matt Waranius Coast Guard 6-9 (2.06m)
Pole Vault Jon Todd Bowdoin 14-8 (4.49m)
Long Jump Fred Jones Jr. Tufts 23-2 (7.06m)
Triple Jump Sam Grover Wesleyan 47-3 (14.40m)
Shot Put Uzoma Orji MIT 53-3 (16.25m)
Discus Dan Austin Williams 188-10 (57.55m)
Hammer Uzoma Orji MIT 182-6 (55.64m)
Javelin Bruce Zapasnik UMass-Dartmouth 201-6 (61.41m)
4x100 Relay Williams 41.80 (meet record)
Steeplechase Michael Page Amherst 9:12.87
Decathlon Joe Northrup Bates 6,400 points


Final Team Scores:1) Williams College 167.50; 2) MIT 99.50; 3) Bates College 72.50; 4)Springfield College 54; 5) Tufts University 52; 6) Middlebury College 43; 7) Coast Guard Academy 36; 8) Bowdoin 34; 9) Westfield State College 28; T10) UMass Dartmouth 26; T10) Wesleyan University 26; T12) Colby 25; T12) Worcester State 25; 14) Eastern Connectisut State 16.50; 15) Amherst College 16; 16) Bridgewater State 15; T17) Keene State 12; T17) Southern Maine 12; T17) Trinity College 12; T20) Colby-Sawyer 11; T20) Fitchburg State 11; 22) Brandeis University 10; 23) WPI 6; 24) Emmanuel College 4; 25) Connecticut College 3; 26) Salem State College 1.


Final Decathlon Scores: 1) Joe Northrup (Bates) 6,400; 2) Mike Miller (Springfield) 5,896; 3) Jeff Ossinger (Williams) 5,756; 4) Matt Swett (Worcster St.) 5,661; 5) Nathan Scott (Tufts) 5,608; 6) John Miley (Bates) 5,528; 7) Nelson Gonzalez (Worcester St.) 5,058; 8) Peter Lohrman (WPI) 5,040; 9) Dan Gay (Colby-Sawyer) 4,546; 10) Steve Berry (Fitchburg) 4,320; DNF Matt Bradley (WPI), Jeff Lamirande (So. Maine), Thad Wozniak (MIT).
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Ken Klatka Ken Klatka, an associate professor of physical education at Springfield College, will enter his 38th season as head coach, and 44th as a coach overall, of the men’s track and field program in 2013-2014. He ranks among the nation’s most successful coaches, with an overall record of 447 wins, 156 losses, and two ties for an impressive .743 winning percentage. In 2011, Klatka was inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame. Read more.

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