Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is pleased to host a guest artist exhibit featuring paintings by Benjamin Sloma in the College’s Art Wing Gallery, on the first floor inside the east entrance to the main College building, 2406 South Alverno Road, Manitowoc, from January 21 through February 22, 2014. The exhibit is open to the public without charge from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Friday and Saturday.
Silver Lake College to Host Food & Wine Pairing Event on January 25 in the new Franciscan Music Center
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is delighted to host its first annual Food & Wine Pairing Event on Saturday, January 25th at 6:00 pm. The event will be held in the stunning glass and stone clad Ariens Atrium of the beautiful new Franciscan Music Center on the west side of the College campus, 2406 South Alverno Road, Manitowoc. The evening will begin with a champagne reception, followed by five courses of mouth-watering hors d’oeuvres, each paired with a delightful wine selection. Guests will learn how tastes and flavor notes of foods are accentuated by different wines, and how to make a perfect pairing. Entertainment for this elegant evening will include a live jazz quartet. Tickets are $50 per person, and each includes a complimentary bottle of wine. Makes a wonderful gift! Please contact Event and Conference Coordinator Hollie Marcola-Pichla at 920-686-6173 no later than January 17th for tickets.
The Lady Lakers dropped a hard fought game to the NAIA athletic Judson Lady Eagles on January 4. The final score was 73 to 46. The Lady Lakers came out with an enormous amount of energy and actually held the lead until late in the first half. The Lady Lakers broke their press and were beating them down court and scored. Their press did not actually hurt us like the first game they played. They took off their press and switched to a very tight person to person which caused some problems to their offense. They made some shots down the stretch and moved out to a 35 to 24 lead at the half. The Lady Lakers came out of the half time with great determination but the lay off of the holiday caught up with the team and Judson went out to a 10 -2 run to start off the second half. The Lady Lakers never back down and played extremely hard for the entire game.
Silver Lake College to Host “The Franciscan Charism,” Presentation By Assistant Professor, Daniel Minter, Jan. 28 at 1:00 pm
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is delighted to present a faculty colloquium by Daniel Minter, Assistant Professor of Education, on Tuesday, January 28, at 1:00 pm in the Heritage Room (#238, second floor, main building), 2406 South Alverno Road, Manitowoc. The public is welcome without charge and there is no registration required.
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is honored to be among a select group of organizations to be awarded grants by the Green Bay Packers Foundation, presented at a luncheon in the Lambeau Field Atrium on Tuesday, December 17th. Accepting the award on behalf of the College was President Chris E. Domes, accompanied by his wife, Mary Domes. The grant will be used for materials and equipment in the College’s music program, housed in the new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, which was dedicated in early October.
The Lady Lakers improve their record to 5 and 4 with a victory over the visiting NCAA III Mount Mary Angels 84 to 45. The Lady Lakers bolted to a 15 to 0 lead to start the game and never looked back. It certainly was a great defensive effort especially early in the first half. The Lady Lakers were very efficient with their offense as well and dominated the first half 36 to 15. For the game, the Lady Lakers shot an impressive 51% from the field as well as 50% from the 3 point line for the game. This was a total team effort, and everyone on the roster contributed.
The Lady Lakers lost a hard fought road game in Chicago to the Moody Bible Institute Lady Archers 90 to 75. The score certainly was not indicative of how close the game really was. The Lady Lakers down by 10 at the half and as many as 15 in the second half got within 3 points with approximately 6:30 left in the game. Unfortunately after getting within 3 points, the Lady Lakers came down the court and got 2 great shots but the ball would not drop through the hoop. After some very good defense from both teams, the Lady Archers came down and scored twice boosting their lead to seven point lead with less than 4 minutes to go in the game. We were forced to press them to try and force a turnover. They took care of the ball very well and we had to foul. Moody was red hot from the free throw line hitting 18 out of 19 free throws down the stretch to seal the victory. I was extremely proud of our players. They played extremely well and fought very hard to get the game within 3 points from a double digit deficit. If we could have gotten the lead the results could have been very different. The loss dropped the young Lady Lakers to a 4 and 4 record.
Tuesday night the men’s basketball team traveled to Carthage College to play a varsity reserve and varsity game. In the varsity reserve contest, the Lakers lost 97-84. It was great to see several of the players get a chance to place some longer minutes than they do in the varsity games. All eight players hit the scoring column. Wesley Dowell and Chris Jones led the way with 14 points each. Three other Lakers scored in double figures. Dru Harris and Aaron Davis each had 11 points and Austin Walker contributed 10 points. Carl Jean added 9 points, Stevens Alexis scored 8 points including a slam dunk, Tyler Wells added 5 points and Kevin Ramirez rounded out the scoring with 3 points.
Friday night, December 6, the men’s team played their best game of the year. They fought hard against NAIA D-II opponent Clarke University from Iowa. The Lakers went into the half down 10 points 46-36. They came out in the second half and played “toe to toe” with the Crusaders. The Lakers outscored the Crusaders in the second half and at one point cut the lead to 5 before falling by a score of 88-79. The Lakers received scoring from 10 different players including John Duke who had a team high 24 points to go with his 8 rebounds. Darius Barnes added 17 points and 8 rebounds, Anthony Parker scored 9 points, Kyle Lundberg added 8 points and 5 assists, Chris Jones scored 7 points, Dru Harris scored 5 points, Tyler Wells added 3 points, Austin Walker and Stevens Alexis scored 4 points each as did Derek Domino who also had a game high 7 assists.
The Lady Lakers started off the game extremely cold from the field and gave up 12 unanswered points to start off the game Friday evening. The Lady Lakers never recovered from the slow start and lost the game to a very athletic Indiana Northwest University Lady Red hawks 87 to 50. The Lady Red hawks were red hot from the field hitting 58.5% from the field and 42.9% from the 3 point line. I was very proud of our effort. The Lady Lakers played extremely hard on defense throughout the entire game. They never gave up despite the score. After reviewing the stats from Friday nights game, we match them in most categories except the shooting percentage.