1982-83 Men's Track and Field
The 1982-83 men’s track and field team was led by Duane Hartman in his first year as head coach of the Sasquatch. They won the NWAACC team championship with 223 points, edging out the second-place Bellevue squad who finished with 203. CCS NWAACC individual event champions were: John Spatz (decathlon, 6297 pts); Dennis Livingston (100,10.78), (200, 21.47), (LJ, 23’3 ¾”), 400 relay, 1600 relay; Dan Shannon (400, 47.88), 400 relay, 1600 relay, (200, second); Cris Violette (800, 1:51.57); Ben Welch (5K, 15:00.89), (10K, second); Pat Kostecka (DIS, 164'1 1/2"), (SP, 51'10"); Randy Mendenhall (JAV, 220'11"); Keith Nelson (PV, 14'6"), (JAV, second); Brian Kennedy, 400 relay, 1600 relay, (400, fourth); Marlon Barrow, 400 relay; and Vernon Mickens, 1600 relay, (400, second). Other championship team members were Charles (Chip) Arthur (PV, sixth), Steve Barbieri (PV, second), Duke Batchelor, Mark Brady, Mike Brockway (JAV, third), Kenny Colston, Gregg Durkee, Sean Elkington (JAV, fifth), Robert Fasulo (400 IH, fifth), Pete Ferrell, Mike Flynn (DIS, second), Lorin French, Jeff Clidden, Clint Grassel (decathlon, fourth), Pat Harder, Mark Herbert, Juan Hogan, Pat Kenworthy, Keith Law, Mark Lowry, Mike Maw, James Miller (800, third), Jim Peckham, Mark Peckel, Bob Ricker, Vance Robinson, Mike Shill, George Smith, Mike Stromme, Troy Tarbert (SP, second), Chris Vogel, Mike Waller, Anthony Wright (110HH, sixth), and Brady Wright (100, sixth; 110HH, fifth; 400IH, second). Assistant coaches were Dave Klysek and Bud Calbreath.