The Northern Collegiate Hockey Association issued its weekly releases on Tuesday. Included in the women's release is a recap of the previous week, information on the league and each of its seven members, and the NCHA Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week.
Senior forward Olivia Spellmire became just the fourth player in program history to reach 100 career points as the Lake Forest College women's hockey team blanked visiting Trine University 9-0 on Friday.
Lake Forest College women's hockey player Megan Lyke was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday for her performance in the team's series sweep of visiting Finlandia University over the weekend.
Junior forward Amy Budde and freshman forward Megan Lyke finished off natural hat tricks with short-handed goals during the same penalty kill as the Forester women's hockey team blanked visiting Finlandia University 7-0 on Saturday.
Sophomore forward Lexi Morgan became just the sixth player in program history to score four goals in a game as the Lake Forest College women's hockey team hosted and defeated Finlandia University 14-0 Friday night.
Lake Forest College women's hockey player Olivia Spellmire was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday after racking up seven points in the team's series sweep at Aurora University last weekend.
The Lake Forest Athletic Department in conjunction with the Office of Admissions and Athletic Council will host a “White-Out” at the women’s hockey game versus Finlandia on Friday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m.
Lake Forest College women's hockey player Olivia Spellmire was named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday after posting back-to-back hat tricks at Aurora University over the weekend.
Sophomore goaltender Jacque Rogers needed to make just one save in each period to earn her sixth career shutout as the Lake Forest College women's hockey team recorded a 10-0 victory at Aurora University on Sunday.
The Midwest Conference announced the inaugural class of the Female & Ethnic Minority Mentoring Program. From Lake Forest College, junior Amy Budde (women’s hockey), senior Kyra Vidas (women’s handball), and Julia Unterseher (women’s hockey) were selected to participate in the program. Budde, Vidas, and Unterseher were three of 10 selected to represent the inaugural class.
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.
On Thursday, April 20, Lake Forest College President Steve Schutt and Athletic Director Jackie Slaats hosted a dinner at Glen Rowan House to recognize this year’s “A-Team” honorees. The A-Team is comprised of student-athletes who received straight A’s in either the 2016 fall or 2016 spring semester.
The American Hockey Coaches Association released the 2016-17 CCM Division III Women's Hockey All-Americans Thursday night and Lake Forest College's Kayla Griffith was listed for the second year in a row.