June 5, 2012
EASTON, Pa. - Two Oklahoma State signees were recently honored with the announcement of the National High School Coaches Association's National High School Senior Athletes of the Year. Megan Blonien and Wyndham Clark were among the 20 total boys and girls tabbed with the distinction, which is in its 13th year of existence.
This past spring, Blonien became just the second girl in the 82-year history of the Oklahoma state high school tournament to capture four individual titles. The Altus, Okla., product posted rounds of 75 and 67 en route to her most recent crown. Blonien has captured the past two Women's Oklahoma Golf Association Girls' Junior titles and won the 2011 Texas/Oklahoma Junior Golf Tournament by 16 shots. Additionally, she qualified for match play at the 2011 U.S. Girls Junior Championship.
Clark captured his second Colorado high school state title this past year after firing consecutive 64s for an eight-shot victory while competing for Valor Christian High School. He also won the state title as a sophomore and was the event's runner-up as a freshman and junior. Clark captured the 2010 Colorado State Amateur title and has twice received Rolex Junior All-America honors. He has tallied 11 career top-10 finishes in AJGA events, including a win at the 2010 Under Armour/ Vicky Hurst Championship.
Both players will join their respective programs this fall.