The Northern Collegiate Hockey Association issued its weekly releases on Tuesday. Included in the men's release is a recap of the previous week, information on the league and each of its 11 members, and the NCHA Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week.
Freshman forward Joe Sardina pulled the Foresters to within a goal twice in the third period but the Lake Forest College men's hockey team dropped a 3-2 decision to visiting Concordia University Wisconsin Saturday night.
Junior goaltender Louis DeCourcy earned his second shutout of the season in the Foresters' 5-0 victory over Milwaukee School of Engineering, the 11th-ranked team in the nation in this week's USCHO.com poll.
This Saturday the Lake Forest College men’s hockey team will travel to downtown Chicago to face off against Aurora University at Johnny’s IceHouse West, the practice facility of the Chicago Blackhawks for the last seven years. The game will begin at 5:00 p.m.
Sophomore defenseman Connor Duncan scored the Lake Forest College men's hockey team's first short-handed goal of the season to give the home team the early lead in a 6-1 triumph over visiting Lawrence University on Saturday.
Lake Forest College men's hockey player Louis-Philippe De Courcy was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday for his performance in the team's 1-0 triumph at the College of St. Scholastica on Saturday.
The Midwest Conference South Division lead will be on the line Saturday when the Foresters host Monmouth College. The cross country teams will compete at their conference meet while the regular season will come to an end for three fall sports just as three winter sports get started.
The Lake Forest College athletic department takes great pride in helping student-athletes reach their full potential in not just the classroom and in competition, but also in the community. Students, coaches and staff alike contribute to the department’s proud “Tradition of Excellence” through their dedication to serving others on campus and in the surrounding communities.
Forester freshman Zach Feldman and sophomore Ryan Kruss will join Lake Forest College alumni Aaron Vickar ’99, Jeremy Freid ’98, and Todd Lewis ’94 at the 20th World Maccabi Games. The tournament is slated to begin on July 4 and conclude on July 18 in Jerusalem.