The 6-foot, 155-pound senior won the 110-meter high hurdles with a time of 13.94 seconds and the 300-meter intermediate hurdles in 37.37 at the Division 1 state meet this past season. Both of Frye's winning times ranked among the nation's top 50 prep performances in 2017 at the time of his selection.
Frye has maintained a 4.17 GPA in the classroom. He will attend Dartmouth College this fall, where he will compete in track and field.
Frye has volunteered locally on behalf of the Special Olympics and youth sports programs. "His competitive nature makes him an outstanding performer under pressure," said New Albany coach Amy Glenn. "Max is a goal-oriented, dedicated and self-motivated individual. He's at his best when his best is needed."