Pianists Stanislava Varshavski and Diana Shapiro will take center stage for a concert at 7:30 p.m. April 4 in the new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, located on the campus of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, 2406 S. Alverno Road.
The Lady Lakers kept their hopes alive to be invited to the National Tournament with a impressive 69 to 33 victory over Kuyper College from Grand Rapids Michigan on senior night. The Lady Lakers went out to a 9 to 0 lead early in the in the first half and never looked back. The Lady Lakers played extremely well on defense holding the Lady Cougars to 17 points in the first half while scoring 36.
Steve March-Tormé, son of the legendary Mel Tormé, will perform a concert — titled “Snap, Sizzle, Pop!” — on March 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, located on the campus of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, 2406 S. Alverno Road.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, located at 2406 S. Alverno Road, will be hosting “Sophomore Exhibitions,” featuring original works of art created by Amber Kiel, Erin Kiel, Kevin Willert and Jessica Martinez. All of the students are pursuing studio art majors at Silver Lake College.
The Wisconsin Brass Quintet and guest vocalist Abby Nichols will perform at 7:30 p.m. March 1 in the new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, located on the campus of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, 2406 S. Alverno Road.
The Silver Lake College Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the annual Alumni Awards Program, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. March 14 in the college dining room. Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is located at 2406 S. Alverno Road.
In celebration of Black History Month, Silver Lake College will host Dennis Biddle, a former Negro League baseball player, at noon on Friday, February 21, 2014 in Endries Hall of the Franciscan Music Center. Biddle will speak about his experience in the League.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family will be hosting their first Honor Winds festival on Saturday, February 22, 2014. Students from ten area high schools will be rehearsing with Mr. Steve Smith, a nationally-known clinician who is being sponsored by the Hal Leonard Corporation. Students will have full group rehearsals, and also have the opportunity to work with sectional coaches, all of whom are professionals on their respective instruments.
The Lady Lakers fell just 3 points short of their quest in earning second consecutive upset victory losing to Moody Bible Institute by the score of 77 to 73. The Lady Lakers lost to them earlier in the season by 15 points at their place. After a hard fought victory the previous night the Lady Lakers missed some very makeable shots in the first half and found themselves down 12 points at the half losing 42 to 30. The second half the team came out very focused and full of energy to eventually tie the game with just under 2 minuets left in the second half. Amanda Kudick was very instrumental in leading the charge with outstanding defense and her drives to the hoop. A last minute shot by the Lady Lakers fell just short to take the lead. Moody hit some clutch free throws down the stretch to seal their victory. The Lady Lakers played two great games this weekend. I was very proud of their heart and desire they showed throughout this weekend.
The Lady Lakers kept their hopes of an National Tournament Invitation alive by upsetting Grace Bible College Friday night 77 to 72. It was a great team win tonight. The Lady Lakers were defeated by Grace just two weeks ago by a score of 90 to 75. The Lady Lakers struggled from the field in the first half missing very makeable shots and trailed at half time 37 to 32. The second half was a different story. The Lady Lakers shot 46.2% from the field as well as 74.2% from the free throw line to take the lead mid-way through the second half. The team made some clutch free throws by Lyndsay Holschbach, Amanda Kudick and Courtney Clavers in the end to seal the victory.