September 30, 2022
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Golf career opens doors for Foster

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Mack Foster watches a drive during the United States Amateur Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club in 2015.

GALESBURG — When his college golf career began, Mack Foster didn’t set out to become a member of the Knox-Lombard Athletic Hall of Fame. 

But the 2002 ROWVA High School and 2006 Knox College grad is among those who make up the 2022 class of inductees. Along with Foster, they are: Lane Bridgford, Nathaniel Logie, Dorothy “DJ” (Ambrogi) Todt, and the 2016 Knox women’s soccer team. 

“To say I had aspirations of making the Hall of Fame was never on my bucket list. It sounds crazy to say that but it was never a focal point of my career,” Foster said last Wednesday afternoon while sitting inside a booth at Lieber’s Boxcar Express. “I just wanted to do what was best for my team and contribute in a good fashion.





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