Forester Men Off to a Good Start at National TournamentJunior Ricardo Palma is one win away from joining classmate Leo Canales and senior Anthony Collado in the Men's Open Singles Division after his opening round victory at the United States Handball Association National Collegiate Championships on Wednesday.
Foresters Suffer Slow Start, Season-Ending Loss at MarianSenior defenseman Travis Hill scored the visitors' first goal and assisted on the second in the Lake Forest College men's hockey team's 5-2 loss at Marian University in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup Playoffs.
Jack Lewis Named NCHA Player of the YearLake Forest College men's hockey player Jack Lewis was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Year and fellow Forester Connor Duncan was named to the league's All-Freshman Team on Tuesday.
Billy Cooper Named NCHA Defensive Player of the WeekLake Forest College men's hockey player Billy Cooper was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday for his performance in a home-and-home series sweep of Lawrence University last weekend.
This Week in the Forest: Feb. 20-26Handball's national championships and postseason play in several other winter sports headline this week's action in Lake Forest College Athletics.
Foresters Pull Away from Lawrence, Qualify for MWC TourneySenior guard Andrew Toth helped get the Foresters off to a fast start and the Lake Forest College men's basketball team defeated visiting Lawrence University 79-55 on Saturday in a game that decided the last spot in the 2017 Midwest Conference Tournament.
Lake Forest Still in Second Place at MWC ChampionshipsSophomore diver Heath Ogawa set his second Midwest Conference record while winning the 1-meter competition on day two of the 2017 MWC Championships on Saturday. Both Forester teams remain in second place in the standings.
Foresters Rout Lawrence in Season FinaleSenior forward Brittany Avonts scored a career-high 18 points as the Lake Forest College women's basketball team closed out the season with a 90-32 victory over Lawrence University at home on Saturday.
Lake Forest Unable to Avoid Sweep by AdrianJunior forward Olivia Spellmire gave the Foresters the early lead but the Lake Forest College women's hockey team was defeated 4-1 by visiting Adrian College in Saturday's regular season finale.
Foresters in Second Place after Day One of MWC ChampionshipsSenior Orion Huey contributed to three titles and a conference record on Friday, the first of three days of competition at the 2017 Midwest Conference Championships at Grinnell College. The Forester men and women are in second place in the team standings.
Amy Budde Named Forester Athlete of the WeekLake Forest College women's hockey player Amy Budde was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday for her performance in a pair of victories at Marian University last weekend.
Foresters Drop a Close One at St. NorbertSenior guard Mike Rueffer's 13 points led four Foresters in double figures as the Lake Forest College men's basketball team fell 64-58 at St. Norbert College, the 14th-ranked team in the nation, Tuesday night.
Foresters Fall at St. NorbertSophomore guard Bridget Bilek led the visitors with 14 points as the Lake Forest College women's basketball team dropped a 65-44 decision at St. Norbert College on Tuesday.
Help Forester Women's Hockey Light the Lamp in Red and BlackThe Lake Forest College Athletic Department is excited to promote a “Red and Black Out” for the Forester women’s hockey game against Adrian College on Friday, February 17 at 7:00 p.m. This game is exceptionally important for the Foresters as two wins in the weekend series with the Bulldogs would clinch a conference title, the third in team history.