Coach Klink began his teaching and coaching career at Bishop Amat High School in 1971. Then moving to Workman High School, where he started a track & field program. In 1977, Coach Klink moved to Dana Hills High School, where he coached football and served as the head track and field coach. He later became the athletic director and remained the head coaching duties for the track program.
In 1994, Coach Klink became the head track and cross country coach at Saddleback College. After serving in that capacity, Coach Klink step aside to devote more time to his family. To this day, Coach Klink serves as an assistant track coach, specializing in hurdles. During his long tenure as a track coach, Coach Klink has turned out several top ranked hurdlers at the high school and collegiate levels.
Coach Klink earned his bachelors of science degree from Cal-Poly and a Masters degree from the University of La Verne. Coach Klink is married and has three children and three grandchildren. His hobbies are surfing & golf. Of course, his true passion is track and field.