Dye, Clark play golf for Marian University

A pair of Kenai Central graduates are playing golf for Marian University, an NCAA Division III school in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Kenai’s Max Dye is a junior, while Soldotna’s Sydney Clark is a sophomore.

Both played in the first event of the season.

Dye, who had a scoring average of 78.2 as a freshman and 79.5 as a sophomore, had rounds of 84 and 76 in the Culver’s Edgewood Fall Classic at Glen Erin Golf Course in Janesville, Wisconsin, on Aug. 30 and 31. Dye was fourth on his team and 62nd out of 119 golfers and Marian University tied for seventh place.

Clark had a scoring average of 125.8 last season. She played in the UW-Oshkosh Invite at the Oshkosh Country Club on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. Marian finished ninth at the event, and Clark fired rounds of 119 and 120 to finish fifth on her team.

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