Wednesday’s match-up against the University of Saint Francis was the start of round two in conference action and it was the Cougars who got the best of the Forester volleyball team in straight sets, 25-23, 25-22, 25-20.
A sluggish start sealed the fate of the HU men’s soccer team as they dug themselves in a 3-0 hole by halftime on their way to a 3-1 loss to Mount Vernon Nazarene University Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Field.
Forced to play with a shuffled line-up due to injury, the 5th-seeded Huntington men’s tennis team dropped a 5-4 decision to 4th-seeded Goshen College Tuesday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the Crossroad League tournament.
After suffering a 7-2 loss at the hands of the Cougars just ten days prior, the 6th-seeded Forester women’s tennis team came within a match of knocking off 3rd-seeded Spring Arbor University in quarterfinal action of the Crossroads League tournament.
The third time isn’t always a charm as the HU women’s soccer team learned firsthand Tuesday afternoon at King Stadium when they suffered their third consecutive shutout.
Huntington University softball coach Doug Gower has inked his first recruit for 2015-16 with the signing of Wapahani High School standout Sara Masters.