The men and women's track teams competed meet at the University of
Findlay. Following are the highlights from event.
HC senior Jamie Grogg hit four 3-pointers in a four minute span late in the second half to spark a comeback which led to the Foresters 68-61 upset of the NAIA 16th-ranked Taylor University Trojans.
After dropping consecutive games, the Foresters came up with an outstanding defensive performance to get themselves back in the win column, knocking off Taylor University 55-50.
The Foresters gave NAIA 14th-ranked University of St. Francis all they could handle but eventually succumbed 65-59 to the Cougars.
The Foresters dropped their second MCC game in a row falling 87-84 to
the University of St. Francis in overtime.
The Huntington College Department of History presented awards to three of its students during the college's annual Honors Convocation earlier this month.
Huntington College will send five communication students to the National Religious Broadcasting (NRB) Convention in Anaheim, Calif., from February 11-15, 2005.
John Paff, APR, executive assistant to the president and executive director of communications at Huntington College, was recently named chair of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities’ (CCCU) Commission for Public Relations Officers (CPRO).
Cheri Keaggy will be in concert at Huntington College on Friday, February 4, 2005.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of January 17 - 23, 2005: Steve Snider.
The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcat's defense proved too tough as they held the Foresters to just eight second half points on their way to the 77-47 win.
The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats surprised the NAIA 6th-ranked Foresters
with an 84-74 upset at the Merillat Complex.
Mr. Mike Burnett, assistant professor of theatre at Huntington College, will give the annual faculty lecture of the Forester Lecture Series at Huntington College.
Huntington College’s RichLyn Library will host Jim O'Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, at its Focus on Excellence colloquium.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of January 10-16, 2005: Jamie Grogg and Alex Kock.
The men and women's track teams hosted three teams (Goshen College,
Manchester College, and Marian College) in a non-scored event for their
first indoor competition of the season.
The Bethel College Knights (16-3, 5-2) used a 26-3 first half run to take command of the game and cruised to the 73-54 win over the Huntington College Foresters (8-11, 3-5).
The Foresters rallied from a three-point half-time deficit to rout the
Bethel College Pilots 83-66.
Clutch shooting by HC's Janna Knisely and Jamie Grogg lifted the Foresters to the 82-76 win in overtime.
The Huntington College Peer Award has been passed on to two individuals for the month of January: Dr. Chaney Bergdall and Mrs. Sharon Custer.
Huntington College will host a Martin Luther King, Jr., commemoration service on Monday, January 17, 2005.
The accounting firm of N. Byron Price & Company, a division of Dulin, Ward & DeWald, Inc., has provided Huntington College with an annually funded scholarship program for accounting majors, which began during the 2003-04 academic year.
In a MCC conference match-up, it was the Foresters who ran away from the
Cougars of Spring Arbor University with an 82-64 win.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of January 3-9, 2005: Tiffany Malfait and men’s Kyle Ganton.
The Foresters returned to their winning ways defeating the Goshen
College Maple Leafs 84-64 in a MCC conference match-up.
The Foresters picked up a coveted MCC road win with their 59-42 victory over Goshen College.
The Marian College Knights (11-3, 3-2) used a stifling defense to rout the Huntington College Foresters (6-10, 1-4) 70-48.
Huntington College sophomore Alex Kock was named the Mid-Central
Conference Player of the Week for the week of December 27-January 2.
A poor shooting performance by the 5th-ranked Foresters gave the Marian
College Knights the edge they needed to pull off the 79-67 upset and
hand HC its first MCC loss of the season.
Jim O’Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, will present, “2005 Economic Forecast,” at the Huntington College Foundation Breakfast Series on Wednesday, January 12, 2005.
Greg L. Hoover, a 1982 Huntington College history graduate, has been recently promoted to senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Evansville, Indiana based Atlas World Group.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of December 27, 2004-January 2, 2005: Betsey Bean and Alex Kock.