Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Clady-Mason named to prestigious Senior 25

Rising Senior Defensive Lineman Kenny Clady-Mason was recently named to the Lake Forest College Senior 25. Kenny, was named 2nd team all-conference in 2010, and is a two-time academic all Midwest Conference selection. Kenny has served as a Resident Assistant, academic mentor, a member of LFC's TRU, and a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Kenny also serves on the LFC Football Leadership Board as the captain of the Lumberjacks.

"Kenny is a tremendous example of what a Forester Football player should be. Dedicated to the development of the entire Lake Forest campus community. Kenny is a talented leader, who has grown his skill set of mentoring at every opportunity throughout his three years on campus. Kenny is poised for a very memorable senior year. I am excited for Kenny on receiving this award. I do not believe there is a better candidate on our campus as a representative for the Senior 25," said Coach Catanzaro.

Link to Official Release:

See Kenny showing off his "soulful" side signing at Karaoke for a Cure:

Sunday, May 8, 2011


Saturday at Ravinia in Highland Park, IL, the 133rd Commencement of Lake Forest College took place. Once again, the Forester Football team saw 100% of all four-year letterman graduate on time. The first bachelor degree candidate to walk across the stage was senior safety David Adams of Mundelein, IL (see picture to the right). In all 19 former letter-winners walked across the stage at commencement. In addition to the players, team manager Chris Satoh and office worker Daiva Ragas both graduated as well.

"It was a tremendous opportunity to see the culmination of our players efforts over the last four years. I was honored to be a part of it, and thrilled to see our players, many of whom completed their degree either with honor, distinction, or dual degree status," said Coach Catanzaro.

Two particular graduates that deserve special mention were team captain Steve Yena (Phoenix, AZ), who is one of the initial Groner Scholars (, and was recognized as such at commencement. His roommate Chris Lang (Grosse Pointe, MI), graduated Cum Laude, and has already accepted a law school placement at the prestigious College of Law at Michigan State University.

In addition, four of our grads have accepted positions that stemmed directly from their internships. Including co-captains Anthony Garetto and Brock Stenberg who both accepted positions with Coyote Logisitics (Inc. Magazines #6 fastest growing company).

The majors displayed by the graduates included Art, Business, Chemistry, Communication, Economics, Education, English: Writing, Environmental Studies, History, and Politics.

"I am thrilled for our seniors, and I am excited for the opportunities that our players have had here at Lake Forest, and the places they are going now as they have graduated," commented Coach Catanzaro.