Despite playing without leading scorer Derek Hinen and starting center Alec Peterson, the HU men’s basketball team still managed to outlast Judson University 70-64 Saturday afternoon to improve to 8-1 overall.
The 19th-ranked Forester women’s basketball team (6-1) successfully defended their own tourney title Saturday afternoon with a 66-55 win over IU Southeast (4-2).
It was a dreary, breezy day at Rim Rock Farm for the 35th Annual NAIA Women’s Cross Country National Championships on Saturday where HU juniors Krista Wood and Hannah Moore competed as two of 84 individual qualifiers.
It’s not too often that a 19th-ranked team playing on their own home court gets to steal a win but Friday night that’s exactly what happened when Courtney Baker banked in a one-handed floater at the buzzer to give the HU women’s basketball team a 66-65 win over the University of St. Francis (IL).
The Forester bowling teams stayed in the Midwest on Saturday to compete in the AC Open at Lenawee Recreation Center in Adrian (Mich.) where the women claimed 3rd and the men took 4th.
Despite a sluggish first half, the HU men’s basketball team gutted out a 68-57 win over Wilberforce University (2-4) Tuesday night at Platt Arena to improve to 7-1 overall.
The NAIA national office announced last week the team and individual qualifiers for the 2014 NAIA Cross Country National Championships and among the list of individual qualifiers are Huntington University juniors Hannah Moore and Krista Wood.
The Crossroads League announced its 2014 Volleyball All-Conference Teams on Monday and three Foresters were among the list of honorees.
In a battle between two of the top teams in the nation, the 19th-ranked Huntington women’s basketball team knocked off 10th-ranked Purdue Calumet 88-75 Saturday night at Platt Arena.
The #RV HU men’s basketball team (6-1) successfully defended their Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament title Saturday afternoon with a thrilling 75-68 win over Asbury University (5-1) at Platt Arena.
Behind Daniel Woll’s 14 second half points, the #RV HU men’s basketball team (5-1) pulled away in the final nine minutes to enjoy an 86-71 win over Ohio Christian University (3-2) in Friday night action of the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame tournament at Platt Arena.
Huntington University cross country and track coach Tom King has added a Sunshine State standout to his 2015-16 roster with the signing of John Carroll Catholic senior CJ Robertson.
Huntington University Head Coach Lori Culler has added another standout player to her 2015-16 roster with signing of Wauseon High School senior Maddie Richer.
The Huntington University volleyball team has announced its first 2015-16 recruit with the signing of Franklin Central standout Breanna Levings.
The Forester women’s basketball team pieced together their best half of the season to run away with a 71-48 win over Indiana Tech Tuesday night at the Schaefer Center.
The Huntington University basketball program has inked its first recruit of 2015-16 with the signing of Eastern High School standout Taylor Holliday.
On Saturday, November 15, Huntington University will induct two individuals, Adam Hill and Chase Verba, and one team, the 1988 volleyball team, into the Forester Athletic Hall of Fame.
Signs and Wonders: The Prints of Alan Larkin is currently on display in Huntington University’s Robert E. Wilson Gallery in the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
The Nov. 12 Huntington University Foundation Breakfast will honor the work of active service men and women as well as veterans. The program will focus on inspirational heroism and God’s provisions in the face of incredible adversity.
The publisher and editors of the Christian Scholar’s Review have named Dr. Kevin Miller, professor of communication at Huntington University, as the recipient of the Charles J. Miller Christian Scholar’s Award.
Andrew J. Schwartz, a 2010 HU chemistry graduate and Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University, will present an account of his award-winning research in a talk titled “Analytical Frontiers of the Fourth State of Matter” at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 21.
Canterbury High School, Fort Wayne, Ind., took home first place in the annual Huntington University High School Mathematics Competition held Oct. 22 on campus.
The Forester cross country teams traveled to Taylor University Saturday morning to compete in the Crossroads League Championships where the women claimed 3rd while the men finished 8th.
Behind a balanced Forester attack, the #RV HU men’s basketball team posted its fourth win of the season, a 74-59 decision, over Trinity Christian College Saturday afternoon at DeVos Gymnasium.
Playing within 24 hours of their loss to #4 Davenport, the #19 HU women’s basketball team (2-1) bounced back with a 64-42 win over the Saints of Aquinas College (1-4) Saturday afternoon.
In a top 20 showdown, the #19 HU women’s basketball team kept things close through the first 30 minutes before giving way to #4 Davenport University, 77-58, Friday night at the DU Student Center.
For the fourth consecutive year, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that Huntington University has been named a recipient of the Champions of Character Five Star Award for the 2013-14 school year.
The HU men’s basketball team (3-1) hit the road for the first time this season and came up short, 83-62, against Olivet Nazarene University (2-0) Wednesday night at McHie Arena.
Playing in their final match of the season, the Forester volleyball team dropped a 3-0 decision to Bethel College Wednesday night at Platt Arena.
Playing against a Holy Cross team that already had three games under their belt, the 19th-ranked Forester women’s basketball team (1-0) spent the first five minutes shaking off the nerves before settling in for a 55-41 season-opening win over the Saints (1-3) Tuesday night at Platt Arena.
Bowling six regular team games on Saturday and 24 Baker games on Sunday, the Forester women’s bowling of Ayla Yeiter, Brooke Ewing, Rachel Vogler, Lauren Smart, Emerald Leong, Shelby New, and Emily O’Leary team finished 5th in a Tier I event this weekend at the Brunswick Southern Collegiate Classic held at the Brunswick Zone in Marietta, GA.
The Huntington JV soccer team went undefeated at 4-0 to win the first ever Crossroads League Reserve Tournament hosted by Bethel College at the Kroc Center over the weekend.
Playing their third game in four days, the Forester men’s basketball team held on for a 65-52 win over Holy Cross College (0-1) Monday night to remain unblemished on the season at 3-0.
Up against the No. 21 team in the nation, the 7th-seeded Forester women’s soccer team gave 2nd-seeded Grace College (13-3-2) all they could handle before the league’s Offensive Player of the Year, Mallory Rondeau, found back netting with less than three minutes in regulation to give the Lancers a 1-0 win over HU in the Crossroads League Quarterfinals.
It was a rough weekend for HU volleyball as the Foresters suffered a pair of conference losses to drop to 6-22 overall, 2-15 in league play.
Playing their second game in less than 24 hours, the Forester men’s basketball team outlasted Ohio Midwestern College 85-69 Saturday afternoon to wrap up the first ever Forester Classic.