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Fogler Leads Heptathlon After Opening Day of New England Division III Track and Field Championships

2012 New England Division III Track and Field Championships Complete Results

Springfield, Mass. -- February 17, 2012 -- Chris Fogler of Williams College has taken the first-day lead of the heptathlon competition within the 2012 New England Division III Men's Indoor Track & Field Championships taking place at Springfield College's Field House. The heptathlon will resume tomorrow at 9 am.

Fogler, a junior, has completed the first four events with a leading point-total of 2,551. The four events include the 60, the long jump, the shot put, and the high jump. The three events that will be concluded tomorrow will be the 60 high hurdles, the pole vault, and the 1000.

Nine others completed Day 1. They included sophomore Andrew Osborne of Tufts with 2530 points, freshman Eric Wainman of Bates (2404), junior David Hardison of Bates (2402), freshman Jason Sliwoski of Worcester State (2352), senior Mike Thyden of WPI (2305), sophomore Aaron Paiton of Southern Maine (2235), sophomore Clay Kosack of Coast Guard (2234), and freshman Allan Yau of Tufts (2020).

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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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