Posted: Nov 13, 2019
CLEVELAND -- Cleveland State head coach Steve Weir announced that Andrew Kaye has signed a national letter of intent to attend Cleveland State University and compete on the men's golf team.
"We are excited that Andrew has chosen to play his collegiate golf for the Vikings," Weir sad. "Andrew brings all of the qualities that we look for when we search for players to join our Viking family. He has had tremendous success not only individually but comes from a very successful high school program, which will help him adapt to the college game quite quickly. We can't wait for Andrew to get here in August."
Kaye currently attends St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland and stars on the Wildcats golf team. A four-year standout on the team, Kaye helped lead St. Ignatius to three consecutive district championships in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Additionally, the Wildcats placed eighth at the Ohio state tournament in 2018 and fifth in 2019.
Kaye finished in the top 13 of the sectional championships in all four years in which he competed, including a second-place finish in 2018.
Kaye, a three-time state qualifier, captured medalist honors at the district championship with a four-under par 67 in his senior season. He also was named First Team All-Northeast Ohio as a senior after earning honorable mention honors during his junior season.
A team captain as a senior, Kaye posted a 73.77 scoring average during his senior season.