If you follow women’s collegiate golf, no doubt you’ve heard the name Alissa Fish. This star performer is one of Clark Lake’s own, and her accomplishments in the sport say great things about her future. Alissa is a junior at Western Michigan University and is part of WMU’s team in the MAC Championships today through Sunday. The Bronco’s lineup: Alissa, Cameryn Lucia, Ally Barth, Imogen Courtney and Brooke Gibbons. Live scoring is provided at Golfstat.com, with Sunday’s final round being broadcast live on ESPN3.
Alissa established her prowess for golf in high school, as she helped Columbia Central take two conference championships and two regional championships. She was the four-time all-conference and three-time all-state selection, and set the school 18-hole record three times and 9-hole record twice.
Her star-power was noticed by WMU where today she is a junior. The accolades continue. In the shortened 2020-21 season, she was named to the Academic All-MAC, competed in five tournaments with an average of 79.33, opened with a season 54-hole low of 230 at the Colonel Classic, shot a 155 to tie for 16th at the Akron Invitational and finished tied for 28th at the MAC Championship.
Alissa’s proud parents are Mark and Dana Fish. The family lives near Ocean Beach. In between rounds of golf, she worked last summer at the Eagle’s Nest.