Over the past two months, Midwest Conference member institution Student Athlete Advisory Committees collected non-perishables and cash donations for local organizations in an effort to address food insecurity in their communities.
Freshman Faith Jung was named Midwest Conference Newcomer of the Year and Tamlyn Tills the MWC Coach of the Year on Sunday as the Lake Forest College women's golf team placed third at the MWC Championships.
Freshmen Kaitlyn Gray, Amanda Lee, Faith Jung, and Emily Argersinger shot in the 80s on Saturday as the Lake Forest College women's golf team climbed into a tie for sixth place at the Carthage Shootout on the Border.
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.
Lake Forest College Director of Athletics Jackie Slaats announced on Friday, May 5, that Sean O'Malley will be taking over as the Foresters' head women's golf coach, effective immediately. Tamlyn Tills, the team's head coach since the start of the program in 2014, will continue to play an integral role in the program's success as associate head coach. In addition to O'Malley and Tills, Forester golfers will continue to receive valuable instruction from Matthew Jones '95, the director of player development for the men's and women's teams.
Senior Allie Girard fired an 82 for the lowest score in the Lake Forest College women's golf team's 358-477 dual match victory over visiting Wisconsin Lutheran College at Highland Park Country Club on Friday.
Freshman Yuka Kawata shot nearly 10 strokes better than her season average to help lead the Lake Forest College women's golf team to a runner-up finish at the Elmhurst Bluejay Spring Invitational on Tuesday.
Senior Allie Girard won by 10 strokes and the Lake Forest College women's golf team prevailed by 126 in a dual match against Wisconsin Lutheran College at Southern Pines Golf Club in North Carolina on Tuesday.