Seniors George Gerasimou, Charlie Izaguirre, and Billy Kent earned the honor for the third time as Lake Forest College put 16 players on the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Men's All-Academic Team, which was announced on Wednesday.
Junior goaltender Louis-Philippe De Courcy made a career-high 43 saves to help lead the Lake Forest College men's hockey team to a 2-1 overtime victory Saturday night at Concordia Wisconsin and to a win in the teams' Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup quarterfinal series.
Freshman forward Kyler Magus got his first career goal and added two assists in the Forester men's hockey team's 5-3 victory at Concordia University Wisconsin in Friday night's game one of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Harris Cup quarterfinal series.
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.
Senior forward Charlie Izaguirre started the evening with four goals on the year and finished with twice that total as the Forester men's hockey team defeated visiting Trine University 6-1 Saturday night.
Junior forward Bron Loiselle scored a power play goal to give the Foresters the lead in the second period but the Lake Forest College men's hockey team played to a 1-1 tie with visiting Milwaukee School of Engineering Friday night.
Lake Forest College men's hockey player Charlie Izaguirre was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday after helping lead his team to a pair of victories on the road over the weekend.
The Lake Forest College Athletic Department and the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA) are excited to host the 8th Annual “The Sleds Are Coming” event on Sunday, January 28th at the Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse on the campus of Lake Forest College.
The National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA) recently announced the recipients of this year's NADIIIAA Community Service Awards and Lake Forest College earned Award of Merit recognition for its annual sled hockey event.