Jan. 28, 2014
By: Andrew Rich
FRESNO, Calif. -- With assistance from the Fresno State Track Commission, the Bulldog track and field program recently upgraded Warmerdam Field with brand new pole vault and high jump pits, standards, top pads and weather covers.
"I would like to thank everyone involved with the Fresno State Track Commission for all their loyalty and hard work," Fresno State head coach Scott Winsor said. "Their [FSTC] hard work made it possible to purchase these `personalized' pits, made specifically for Fresno State."
Winsor and the rest of the track and field program would especially like to thank the FSTC Board of Directors; Todd Parker (President), Mike Guidry (Vice President), Dawn Lewis (Secretary), Cherilyn Lee (Treasurer), Dale Morris (Special Advisor), Red Estes (Alumni Coordinator), Aaron Semansky (Community Relations) and Brandon Taylor (Events Coordinator).
Fresno State track and field continues the indoor season this weekend in Seattle at the University of Washington Indoor Invitational. The outdoor season will begin March 8, when the `Dogs travel to Berkeley, Calif. for the Cal Opener.
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