Members of the Lake Forest College women's tennis team captured titles in five of the six singles brackets at the Midwest Conference Individual Tournaments on Sunday, adding to the three doubles championships they claimed on Saturday.
Senior running back Nick Edlund ran for 215 yards and a pair of scores and senior wide receiver Chris Edomwande caught three touchdown passes as the Lake Forest College football team blanked visiting Cornell College 42-0 in its Homecoming game on Saturday.
After going undefeated in doubles during Midwest Conference play this fall, the Lake Forest College women's tennis team swept the doubles competition at the 2018 MWC Individual Tournaments on Saturday.
The Lake Forest College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018 will include handball player Chris Roberts '83, diver Maggie Rezac '08, and volleyball players Jenny Anderson '04 and Stephanie Metzger '04. The induction ceremony will be held during Homecoming on Saturday, October 13.
Lake Forest College cross country runner Yaneli Guajardo was named Midwest Conference Performer of the Week on Tuesday for her performance at Lawrence University's Gene Davis Invitational last Saturday.
Lake Forest College football player Jagan Cleary was named Midwest Conference Offensive Performer of the Week on Monday after throwing five touchdown passes in the Foresters' 35-0 victory at Knox College on Saturday.
Due to weather and course conditions, Sunday's third and final round of the 2018 Midwest Conference Championship Tournament was canceled and the results through the first two rounds were considered final.
Sophomore Emma Wang improved to 12-0 in singles and 11-0 in doubles this year as the Lake Forest College women's tennis team prevailed 9-0 at Ripon College on Sunday. It was the final dual match of the fall for the Foresters, who are 12-0 overall and 9-0 in Midwest Conference play.
Senior Cade Brittain, sophomore Jordan Briggs, and freshman Joey Jaquint intercepted passes to help lead the Lake Forest College football team to a 35-0 victory at Knox College on Saturday in the Midwest Conference opener for both teams. It was the Foresters' first shutout in 12 years.
Sophomore Amanda Lee posted the second-best 18-hole score in program history on Saturday and the Foresters remained in second place after day two of three at the 2018 Midwest Conference Championship Tournament.
Senior libero Emily Witz reached double figures in digs for the 20th time in 21 matches this season but the Lake Forest College volleyball team was defeated 25-17, 25-20, 25-23 by Cornell College at home on Saturday.
Junior Philip Wilson increased his number of entries on the program's top-25 list to three and helped lead the Lake Forest men to a fourth-place finish at Lawrence University's Gene Davis Invitational on Saturday. The Forester women placed sixth in an 11-team field.
Senior Grace Larson led all players in the match with 26 kills and five blocks to help lead the Lake Forest College volleyball team to a 26-24, 26-24, 22-25, 25-18 victory over visiting Grinnell College Friday night.