Men's Golf

Ohio State Signs Three for 2013-14 Season

Nick Jan
Nick Jan

Nov. 27, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State men's golf head coach Donnie Darr announced the signing of three to National Letters of Intent Tuesday. Clark Engle, Nicholas Jan and Josh Wick are set to join the Buckeyes for the 2013-14 season.

"I'm very excited to have these three young men join our team and I look forward to helping them grow," Darr said. "They are all very good players and each one brings something different to the program. Clark is a consistent ball striker, while Nick has a great short game. Josh plays with so much passion and has a love for Ohio State that his attitude will be contagious."

Engle is from Springfield, Ohio, and attends Springfield Shawnee High School. The two-time Central Buckeye Conference Player of the Year (2011, 2012) was the 2011 Ohio Division II state champion and earned all-state honors that season. Engle is a four-time all-league first team selection and three-time All-County and All-Area Player of the Year. Ranked No. 51 in the AJGA Polo Class of 2013, Engle finished second at the 2012 Ohio Junior Championship in June.

Jan hails from Northbrook, Ill., and attends Glenbrook North High School. He is a two-time conference champion (2009, 2011) and was the 2012 runner-up, while being named all-conference four years in a row. Ranked No. 44 on Golfweek's Class of 2013 list, Jan had an excellent summer season in 2012 as he reached match play at the 2012 USGA Junior Amateur after finishing 18th in stroke play. He totaled three Top-3 finishes in AJGA events, including a second-place finish at the Stonehenge AJGA Junior Open.

An Upper Arlington product, Wick is a four-time letterwinner for Upper Arlington High School. He led UA to a 27-1 finish and an OCC Central Division title in 2012. Wick was named a 2012 FCWT First Team All-American and earned FCWT Academic All-America honors. He was also named the 2012 FCWT Central Region Junior Golfer of the Year.

 

 

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