April 12, 2013
For Immediate Release
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Indiana Tech head women’s golf coach Kelly Mettert is proud to announce that Courtney Dye, an All-State performer for Traverse City Central High School, has signed a letter of intent to play for the Warriors.
In addition to her All-State accolades, Dye, from Traverse City, Michigan, has finished in the top-10 in the Division II state meet for the past three years and was the Big North Conference champion in 2011 and 2012. In 2013, she won medalist honors for regionals with a 76 and was the 2012 Michigan Player of the Year. Her low-round score is a 71 (-1).
Not only is Dye a talented golfer, but she is also an outstanding student and very active in the community. In fact, the engineering program at Tech is what helped Dye make her decision.
"It's pretty hard to find a school for engineering and women's golf," Dye said in an article by the Traverse City Record Eagle. "Indiana Tech excelled in both areas.
"The engineering program there is fantastic. It was like, 'Oh, and I get golf along with it?' This is awesome."
Coach Mettert is excited to have Dye joining the program. “I look forward to having Courtney represent Indiana Tech, both on and off the golf course!”
While attending Indiana Tech, Dye plans on majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
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