Posts Tagged: Golf

Weigle juggles golf, bowling as two-sport athlete for Waldorf

September 3, 2021

Anchorage’s Harry Weigle is one of many two-sport college athletes from Alaska. But he’s unique. He’s the only golfer-bowler combo. Weigle is entering his third season of competing in both sports for Waldorf University, an NAIA school in Forest City, Iowa. “I am lucky the competition schedule really doesn’t overlap,” Weigle said. His two practice… Read more »

Golfers Ante and McMahan share athlete of the week honors

July 14, 2020

Anchorage golfers Abigail Ante and Mark McMahan are separated by 44 years of age but have this in common: they’re the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Athletes of the Week. Ante, 15, won the Alaska match-play women’s championship at Palmer Golf Course in her first try after going 2-1 in the round-robin semifinals. Ante then… Read more »

Dye cards team-best 77, tied for 10th at NACC Championship

October 10, 2019

Kenai’s Maxwell Dye of Marian University tied for the third-lowest round after the first two days of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Championship in Irish Haven, Wisconsin. The junior golfer fired a 77 and 82 for a 36-hole total of 159 to put him 10th out of 53 men’s golfers halfway through the NCAA D3… Read more »

Dye cards ninth career top-25 finish for Marian University

September 25, 2019

Kenai’s Maxwell Dye of Marian University shared team honors for the lowest score and tied for 25th in a men’s field of 88 golfers at the WLC Fall Invitational in Hartford, Wisconsin. The junior carded a 79 to help the Sabres finish fourth out of eight NCAA D3 teams. The second day of the tournament… Read more »

Dye has big turnaround, Clark aids lowest score since 2016

September 5, 2019

Alaska doesn’t produce many college golfers, but we got two from the Kenai Peninsula playing this year at Marian University. Kenai’s Maxwell Dye is a junior for the men’s team and Soldotna’s Sydney Clark is a sophomore for the women’s team at Marian, a NCAA D3 school in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Both participated with… Read more »

Dye part of Marian’s top-flight team at NCAA D3 tournament

April 1, 2019

Kenai’s Maxwell Dye was part of the top-flight team for the Marian University men’s golf squad at the Wheaton Invitational in Illinois. The sophomore carded 18-hole rounds of 81 and 86 for a 167 total that tied him for 29th place out of 40 NCAA D3 golfers. Dye ranks No. 2 on the team this… Read more »

Dye leads team, tied for 10th after 36 holes of NACC tournament

October 9, 2018

Kenai’s Maxwell Dye fired the lowest round for the Marian University men’s golf team after the first two days of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Championship in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The 5-foot-8 sophomore carded a 5-over 77 at the 6,800-yard Whistling Straits Irish Course, a five-stroke improvement from his Day 1 score. He shot an 82… Read more »

Dye shoots team-best 78 at college classic in Wisconsin

September 2, 2018

Marian University sophomore golfer Maxwell Dye of Kenai fired the best round on his team and finished tied for 36th out of 114 players at the Culver Edgewood College Fall Classic in Janesville, Wisconsin. He carded a 7-over 78 on the par-71, 6,849-yard course. Day 2 was rained out. It was the ninth career top-40… Read more »

Sanders continues stellar summer, ties for 3rd in Bend, Oregon

September 14, 2017

Greg Sanders of Anchorage used a brilliant back nine to overcome a slow start and salvage his final round at the Pacific Northwest Golf Association Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship in Bend, Oregon. He birdied hole Nos. 11, 16 and 17 en route to carding an 18-hole score of 74 that gave him a 54-hole total of… Read more »

Swinton, Oregon Tech golf team sit in eighth at Nationals

May 25, 2016

Tyler Swinton of Haines has helped the Oregon Tech golf team inch closer to qualifying for the final round of the NAIA Men’s Golf National Championships in Silvis, Illinois. Oregon Tech is tied for eighth place after the first two rounds of play at the TPC Deere Run. The top 17 schools after Thursday’s third… Read more »