Headley Finishes Fourth in 100 Meter Dash in NCAA Championships
OSHKOSH, Wisc. - May 24, 2008
- Steve Headley
completed his sensational sophomore year at Springfield College by finishing fourth in the 100 meter dash at the NCAA Championships on Saturday afternoon.
Running in lane four, the Wilbraham, Mass. native finished the race in a time of 10.75. The race, which was run into the wind, was won by Amaan Siddeeq of Cortland State in a time of 10.59.
Of the nine runners in the final, Headley was the only competitor who was not a senior or a junior in college. For his fourth-place finish, Headley garnered All-American honors.
Headley was seeded second heading into the final after crossing the finish line in a time of 10.59 on Friday evening.
Head Coach Ken Klatka
Ken Klatka, just inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame in October, 2011, enters his 37th season as head coach of the men’s track and field program in 2012-2013. He ranks among the nation’s most successful coaches, with an overall record of 442 wins, 144 losses, and two ties for an impressive .753 winning percentage. Under his direction, Kevin Coyle '12 won the 2011 Division III Indoor Long Jump National Championship.
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