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Ry’s (Color) Run
Wow, what a (Color) Run! We had a great turnout for the 4th Annual Ry’s Run on Tuesday, April 16 with 168 total runners that included faculty, staff and students as well as Ry McCarthy’s family members. Solo and relay runners were splashed with pink, green, blue, yellow, orange and purple as they passed by the color station. All proceeds from the event were donated to the American Cancer Society and the College’s Relay for Life event on Friday, April 19.
Photos from Ry’s Run held April 18th, 2019, in honor of Ry McCarthy, a goalie on the Forester women’s hockey team who lost her courageous battle with cancer the summer of 2009. Proceeds from this fun run go to the College’s Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society.
The Lake Forest College men’s basketball team captured the Midwest Conference title at St. Norbert College this past Saturday. The Foresters now advance to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time in school history. The team is slated to take on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh at St. John’s University in Friday’s opening round.
The 2019 theme for National Girls and Women in Sports Day was “Lead Her Forward”. This is an appropriate theme as it recognizes the student-athletes, coaches, and administrators who are committed to providing equitable access to sports for all girls and women, while it also recognizes the achievements that women have accomplished since the passing of Title IX. With over 90 participants, this year’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day event was filled with learning and laughter from each of the girls, student-athletes, and staff members. We hope every one of the participants enjoyed this day as much as we did!