Woodard, Keith (1989)

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Woodard, Keith (1989)

Subject

Oral history

Description

Keith Woodard graduated in 1989 with a degree in history. He started in 1968 at Lewis & Clark, took an extended leave of absence to pursue his athletic career at the professional level, and eventually returned to finish his degree. Keith is very interested in Northwest American history partly because his grandfather wrote a history on Native Americans in the Northwest. Although he was born in Washington, Keith moved to Portland when he was six and grew up in the area. Despite the fact that many colleges were eager to recruit him in high school, Keith ultimately choose Lewis & Clark for its small class size among other factors. At Lewis & Clark, he was a track and field athlete, and this passion for running helped to nurture his future career: coaching. Although he enjoyed both positions immensely, Keith remarked that he feels that he has had more success as a coach than as an athlete. Keith worked as a coach and later director of the Cross Country and Track & Field programs at Lewis & Clark, his alma mater, until he retired in 2019.

Creator

Lewis & Clark College

Date

2017-03-02

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audio/mp3

Type

Sound

Language

eng

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Lutz, Erin

Interviewee

Woodard, Keith

Location

Lewis & Clark College

Duration

00:56:49
http://digitalcollections.lclark.edu/files/original/a9fdc2334f2647d4a4b02c0d9e063132.mp3