The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Cross Country team competed Saturday, October 5 at the Warrior Invitational, hosted by Wisconsin Lutheran College. The race had the largest number of participants in its history.
The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Cross Country Team competed Saturday at the Beloit Invitational, hosted by Beloit College. The race was Olde English style, complete with obstacles and creek crossings. In the Women’s 5K event, the Lady Lakers were led by a pair of personal record times at the 5K distance by Taylor Vanden Plas (10th place, 21:27) and Mary Bettag (20th place, 22:04). Sophia Chin placed 53rd (25:41). Additional competitors included Sarah Craw (64th place, 31:01) and Olivia Johnston (67th place, 33:17). The Lady Lakers finished 5th out of 6 teams.
The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Cross Country team competed at Concordia University Wisconsin’s Concordia Invitational on Saturday, September 14th. Teams competing at the Invitational were from the NCAA Division I and III levels.
The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family’s Cross Country team competed at the Ripon College Red Hawk Invitational on Saturday, September 7th.
The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Cross Country team made its 2013 season debut at the St. Norbert College Tom Barry Invitational on Saturday, August 31st.
The Silver Lake College of the Holy Family Cross Country team began practicing for the 2013 season with many familiar faces present, but many new ones as well. Newcomers to the team include former short distance track athletes Johniece Gilliam (Racine Horlick H.S.) and Jenny Mueller (Cedarburg H.S.) making the transition to distance running. In addition, the Women’s team gained SLC basketball player Jacinda Moore.
The Silver Lake College Men’s Basketball Program announced its schedule for the 2013-2014 season, and it includes their first ever regular season game against an NCAA D-II opponent. On Tuesday, November 19th the Lakers will travel to Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. The schedule has the Lakers traveling to Viterbo for an early season tournament and possible match up with defending NAIA D-II national champion, Cardinal Stritch University. The Lakers will also play a game at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Wednesday, November 6th against Calumet College of St. Joseph out of Indiana. The Lakers open their home regular season on Saturday afternoon November 2nd against Viterbo University.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is pleased to announce that Philip Budervic will join our Athletic Department as Head Men’s Basketball Coach. In addition to coaching, Phil will continue in his current role as Coordinator of Athlete Recruiting and Admissions Counselor.
(left to right: Raelyn Woock with her parents Rose and Randy Woock; Raelyn signing her letter of intent surrounded by her parents (front row), Waupun’s head basketball coach, Doug Disch, Raelyn’s sister Ronna Woock, Waupun’s basketball club coach, Dan Domask and Waupun’s track coach James Stockwell (back row).
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is pleased to announce that Lyndsay Holschbach and Nick Spencer have been named to the USCAA All-Academic Team. Lyndsay, a sophomore guard from Reedsville, was the 3rd leading scorer and 2nd leading rebounder for the Lady Lakers this season. The Lady Lakers ended the season with a 16-11 record. Nick, a senior guard and graduate of Manitowoc Lutheran, was captain of the Lakers and a leader for the men’s basketball team. The Lakers had an 11-15 record this season. Nick was also named to the Honorable Mention All American team and was in the top 5 in the entire USCAA, shooting over 50% from the three-point line. Both Lyndsay and Nick are outstanding role models both on the court and in the classroom.