The Forester women’s basketball team received national recognition with a second place finish among Division III schools and a ninth place finish among all Division I, II, and III schools in this year’s Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge.
Senior shortstop Kat Beall tied a program record with five base hits, including the 100th of her career, the Lake Forest College softball team's 18-4 5-inning victory over the University of Wisconsin-River Falls on Friday. The Foresters fell 6-1 to Millikin University later in the day.
Freshman pitchers Shaye Gauthier and Maddie Webb did not allow an earned run in a combined 11 innings of work as the Lake Forest College softball team defeated Keene State College 8-0 in six innings and Hamilton College 9-1 in five on Thursday.
Sophomore Leeza Bodnar contributed to two of the Forester women's tennis team's four victories at Hope International University on Thursday. Lake Forest also won five points by forfeit and took the match 9-0.
Sophomore designated player Riley Frisbie belted the Lake Forest College softball team's first home run of the season in a 15-0 victory over Delaware Valley University Tuesday morning. The Foresters also defeated St. Mary's College 3-1 and are now 3-1 during their Spring Break trip to Florida.
The seven finalists for the 2018 Laura Hurd Award were announced on Tuesday and Lake Forest College's Olivia Spellmire was among the candidates to be named American Hockey Coaches Association Women's Ice Hockey Player of the Year.
Sophomore pitcher Missy Dieckman-Meyer tossed her second shutout of the young season on Monday as the Lake Forest College softball team began its Spring Break trip with a 2-0 victory over University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth on Monday. The Foresters then fell 7-5 to Concordia University Wisconsin.
The Lake Forest College Athletics Department is excited to once again host the Area 13 Special Olympics Aquatics Meet on Saturday, March 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the College’s Sports and Recreation Center.
Lake Forest College diver Heath Ogawa was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday after winning both events at the NCAA Division III Region 1 Diving Championships at the University of Chicago last weekend.
Senior leftfielder Sydney Gardner scored two runs and drove in three on the day as the Lake Forest College softball team posted a 3-1 victory over Luther College, the eighth-ranked team in the country, and a 7-0 shutout of the University of Dubuque on Sunday at the Associated Colleges of the Midwest Tournament in Rochester, Minnesota.
Junior Nick Zazove won at the top of both the doubles and singles lineups but the Lake Forest College men's tennis team was defeated 5-4 by visiting Calvin College Saturday night at the Racquet Club of Lake Bluff.
Sophomore pitcher Missy Dieckman-Meyer tossed a six-hit shutout in the season opener as the Forester softball team split a pair of games in the Rochester Regional Stadium and Bubble on Saturday. Lake Forest blanked St. Olaf College 1-0 before falling 10-1 in six innings to Buena Vista University.
Junior Heath Ogawa finished first off both boards at the Region 1 Diving Championships at the University of Chicago over the weekend to earn a spot in the field at the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships March 21-24.
Senior defenseman Kayla Griffith tied the score with 8:34 to play in regulation but Adrian College went on to defeat the visiting Lake Forest College women's hockey team 4-3 in overtime in Saturday night's Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Slaats Cup Championship Game.
Just two days after being named Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Year, Lake Forest senior forward Olivia Spellmire scored both her team's goals in Friday night's 2-1 overtime victory over College of St. Scholastica in the semifinals of the NCHA Slaats Cup Playoffs.
Lake Forest College handball player Leo Canales was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday for his performance at the United States Handball Association National Collegiate Championships last weekend.
The Midwest Conference released its end-of-season awards for women's basketball on Tuesday and Lake Forest College was well-represented with a First Team All-MWC honoree, a Second Team All-MWC selection, and the MWC Coach and Newcomer of the Year.