S&T track stands out in championship

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On September 12, 2011

Bryan Kluge and the S&T 4×100-meter relay team earned All-America honors for the 2011 outdoor season at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships.


Kluge, a senior in chemical engineering, placed seventh in the 800-meter finals in rainy and windy conditions with a time of 1:54.96. The relay team of Sean Martin, a sophomore in aerospace engineering, Brett Vessell, BSci’11, Mike Wilson, a senior in computer engineering, and Adriel Hawkins, a freshman in civil engineering, earned its first All-America award, posting a time of 41.38 seconds in the finals of that race. The Miners finished eighth.

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