Each week, member of Lindenlink’s staff monitor the web to see what outside news websites are saying about Lindenwood University and its students. Here are some of the stories from this past week:
- The NCAA presented its Today’s Top 10 Award to 2015-16 graduates who excelled on the field, in the classroom and in the community at their 2017 Honors Celebration. Read about the Lindenwood athlete who was recognized here.
- Athletes from Lindenwood’s roller hockey and softball teams joined forces to host an “All-Star Hockey” event for Rainbows for Kids. Read what STL Sports Page had to say about the event here.
- The 7th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition is coming up, and Lindenwood is offering scholarships as a prize. Read more about the competitors and Lindenwood’s contributions here.
- Dayton Daily News mentioned four bowlers from the area who are members of Team USA. One of those bowlers is Lindenwood’s own Haley Cummings. Read what she and her teammates said about being a part of Team USA here.
- A high school junior from British Columbia accepted a full-ride scholarship to Lindenwood University to play lacrosse. Read about her here.
- Lindenwood basketball player Jackson Price received a shout-out from his hometown. Read what Sedro-Woolley, Washington, has to say about Price here.
- St. Louis Business Journal published a story about Lindenwood University ranking in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online MBA Program. Here’s what the journal reported.