Fabio Kammler
Fabio  Kammler

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany

High School:
Gymnasium Bei St. Anna Augsburg'15

Last College:
William Jewell College

Height:
6-0

Event:
Sprints

Major:
Managerial Economics


05/12/2018

Aggies earn three more Big West individual titles

Meanwhile, Clancy came away with the Men’s Athlete of the Meet honor

05/11/2018

Clancy and Anderson seal first-place titles at conference

The first of the two won the men's high jump, while Anderson won the women's 10,000 meter run

04/28/2018

Men's squad wins the race to Causeway Title

The Aggies and the Hornets split the wins as the host school went on to garner the win on the women's side

04/25/2018

UC Davis stays local for Causeway dual meet

Aggies and Hornets square off at 2:45 p.m. in the field events, while running events begin at 5:30 p.m.

04/20/2018

Aggies conclude run at SoCal meets

UC Davis secured six top 10 finishes between the Mt. SAC Relays, Bryan Clay Invitational, and the Beach Invitational

GYMNASIUM BEI ST. ANNA AUGSBURG’15/WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE’17: Did sprints in track and field for all four years of high school… Was the U16 State Champion in the 4x100m in his freshman year and the U18 State Champion in the 200m event in his junior year… Ending his senior year competing in the 2015 outdoor season, he got a second place finish at the U20 Indoor State Championships in the 200m, and a third place finish in the 4x100m at both the U20 and U23 State Championships… Competed two season at William Jewell College… During the 2016 outdoor season, he set school records in the indoor and outdoor 200m event with times of 22.01 and 21.84, respectively.

PERSONAL: Born in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany… Majoring in Managerial Economics… Parents are Heidi and Alexander… His career sports highlight was competing in the German Trials for the IAAF World U20 Championships… Says his sports hero is Christophe Lemaitre, while his non-sports hero are his parents… His favorite hobbies are spending time with friends and reading… The reason he chose UC Davis was because of the great athletic and academic environment.