Castleton College Head Football Coach Marc Klatt has resigned after three years at the helm of the Spartans as announced by Associate Dean of Athletics and Recreation Deanna Tyson on Friday afternoon.
"Marc has been an important part of the Castleton community both on and off the football field since 2008," said Tyson. "He has been a mainstay on the sidelines since the inauguration of the program, and helped guide a seamless transition when he was promoted to head coach. We appreciate all that he has done for the program and wish him the very best in his future."
Klatt spent six years at Castleton, including three as the team's defensive coordinator before taking the reins of the program in 2011. After a 4-6 season in 2011 Klatt piloted the Spartans to its first winning season and a second place finish in the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference at 6-4 in 2012 before posting a 1-9 mark in his final season at the helm. In three seasons Klatt had 21 players earn all-conference awards, and at least eight players earn conference all-academic distinction in each year.
A national search for Klatt's replacement will begin immediately.
Courtesy: Castleton Athletics
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