Lake Forest College football player Danny Baker was named Midwest Conference Special Teams Performer of the Week on Monday after blocking a pair of punt in Saturday's 24-7 victory at Macalester College.
Lake Forest College men's soccer player Gaston Aubert received his second Midwest Conference Offensive Performer of the Week award of the season on Monday after helping lead the Foresters to a pair of victories in the previous seven days.
Senior Gaston Aubert gave the home team the lead just eight minutes into the contest and junior Jan Roessler made five saves in a shutout effort as Lake Forest defeated visiting St. Norbert College 2-0 on Saturday.
Junior Julie Lord posted victories at the top of the singles and doubles lineup but the Foresters were defeated 7-2 at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in their final dual match of the fall on Saturday.
Tuesday's second round was a shot better than Monday's opener for Lake Forest as the team placed third at the 2019 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships. The event was played on the 5,908-yard, par-72 course at The Links in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Junior Amanda Lee is tied for fifth in the individual standings and Lake Forest sits in third place as a team after Monday's opening round of the two-day St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Championship Tournament.
The Lake Forest College Athletic Department is excited to host the third Triptow Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday, October 13, in honor of Hall of Fame Coach Dick Triptow and in support of the Forester Golf programs.
In addition to the induction of the four newest members of the Lake Forest College Athletic Hall of Fame, the Athletic Recognition Ceremony at Homecoming on Saturday, October 5, will also include the presentation of the F.A.N. Club Golden Whistle Award to longtime assistant hockey coach Ken Klein.
Over 8,000 student-athletes (8,161), a first in National Fastpitch Coaches Association history, were named 2019 Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes, the Association announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Senior Olivia Rhodes filled up the stat sheet with seven kills, 11 digs, two aces, and a team-high 22 assists and four blocks but Lake Forest was defeated 25-20, 21-25, 28-26, 25-21 by Wheaton College at home Wednesday night.