The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of November 22-28, 2004: Kyle Ganton
The Foresters handed the University of Rio Grande their first loss of
the season with an 82-63 rout of the Redmen.
Fifteen first-half turnovers put the Foresters in a hole to deep to
overcome as they fell 91-81 to the NCAA Division I IUPUI Jaguars
Watson, a choral musical education major at Huntington College, will present her senior recital on Saturday, December 11, at 3:00 p.m.
Visual Arts Department to host Christmas Show & Sale
Huntington, Ind.—Still searching for that perfect Christmas gift? Original artwork by the Huntington College visual art faculty and students, including ceramics, photography, paintings and drawings, will be available
The Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Bradley Thachuk, assistant conductor, will present its annual Holiday Pops at Huntington College.
The Indiana Professional Standards Board unanimously approved all proposed Huntington College Master of Education programs last week, allowing the institution to begin offering classes toward the M.Ed. degree this spring.
This year’s Messiah, performed by the Community Festival Chorus, Huntington College Concert Choir and Huntington College Orchestra will be presented at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Sunday, December 5 at 7:30.
Additional opportunities for faculty development will soon be provided to Huntington College faculty through funds granted to the College by Lilly Endowment Inc.
The NAIA Division II 5th-ranked Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats (8-2) survived HC’s upset bid with a 76-63 double overtime win in their Mid-Central Conference opener.
It was opening night in the Mid-Central Conference and the Foresters
picked up a coveted road win defeating Indiana Wesleyan University
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of November 15-21, 2004: Kyle Ganton
The Ohio Dominican University Panthers ran away from the Foresters in the second half to earn the 78-69 win.
The Trinity International University Trojans (3-4) gave the NAIA
3rd-ranked Huntington College (5-2) a scare, but the Foresters hung on
for the 75-69 come-from-behind win in the first round game of the
Huntington College/Ness Bros.
After knocking off the NAIA Division II 8th-ranked Indiana Tech Warriors
on Tuesday night on the road, the 3rd-ranked Foresters hosted the NAIA
Division I 20th-ranked Cougars of St. Xavier 24 hours later and won the
seesaw battle 72-68 in overtime.
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) has announced its awards for the
2004-05 season and Huntington College senior Jessica Kendall earned
First Team All-Conference honors.
The Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries announces its 2005 winter semester classes.
Dr. Gloria Stronks will present “Christian Teachers in Public Schools” for the Huntington College Forester Lecture series on December 6, 2004, in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Center for the Arts.
of Christmas, held in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts, will be held on Friday, December 3, 2004, at 7:30 p.m.
The Huntington College men’s baseball team will offer its annual Holiday Baseball Camp on December 27-29, in the Merillat Complex for Physical Education and Recreation.
The Aquinas College Saints out-lasted the Foresters to pick up the 82-80 win in double over-time.
It was a clash between two NAIA Division II Top Ten teams and the
8th-ranked Warriors of Indiana Tech were cruising with a 16-point lead
over the 3rd-ranked Foresters four minutes into the second half.
Alex Kock, a Physical Education and Health major from Auburn, Indiana
(DeKalb High School), was named the Mid-Central Conference Player Of The
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of November 8-14, 2004: Jamie Grogg and Alex Kock
The NAIA #2-ranked Cedarville University Yellow Jackets used an up-tempo running game to sprint past the Foresters 98-51 in the championship game of the Huntington College Tournament.
In a battle between two NAIA Division II ranked teams, it was the
17th-ranked Golden Eagles of Cornerstone University that out-lasted the
3rd-ranked Foresters 69-66.
The Foresters advanced to the Championship game of their own tournament with a 70-50 win over Trinity Christian College.
Dr. Patricia Sullivan, professor of history at the University of South Carolina, will present “What’s Integration? Brown v. Board of Education and the Struggle for Racial Justice,” at the Huntington College Forester Lecture Series on Thursday, November 18.
Drew Wutke, a senior choral music education major, from Girard, Kan., will perform his senior recital on Saturday, November 20, at 3 p.m.
Keith Spahr, Russ Isaacs and Jeff Shepherd will be inducted into the Huntington College Hall of Fame on Saturday, November 20, 2004.
Join Sarah Masen for an evening of exploration of love and loss, hope and despair, chance and providence in concert at Huntington College on Friday, November 19.
The Huntington College Visual Arts Department will present its upcoming Graduating Visual Arts Majors Exhibit from November19 – December 20, 2004.
The size of the frontline of top-seeded Taylor University proved too much for the #8-seeded Foresters to handle in MCC Tournament action.
The NAIA Division II 3rd-ranked Huntington College Foresters (2-1) ran
away from the Purdue University Calumet Peregrines (1-2) 77-50 to pick
up their second win of the season.
Jamie Grogg hit a school-record nine 3-point field goals to help lead the Foresters to a come-from-behind 72-61 win over Indiana Tech.
After battling two NCAA Division I opponents, the Foresters had little
problem with NAIA Division II Urbana University.
College officials today announced that the Board of Trustees has approved a 0% tuition increase for 2005-2006.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of November 1-7, 2004: Amy Berry and Cody Hannie
Hannie Earns All-Region Honors
Cody Hannie’s ninth place finish in the men’s NAIA Region VIII Championship was tops for the HC men and garnered him NAIA All-Region honors, which went to the top 12 finishers. Hannie and Spring Arbor’s Dan Lane finished in a tie with a time
The Foresters gave the Valparaiso University Crusaders a battle, but
ultimately came up short 73-69 in an exhibition game against the NCAA
Division I opponent.
The Forester women opened their season at the St. Ambrose Tournament in Davenport, Iowa and fell to the hosts 80-72 in the championship game.
The Foresters completed their regular season with a 30-27, 26-30, 30-25, 30-27 win over the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
The Foresters overcame a sluggish start to stun the Bethel College Pilots in four, winning 26-30, 30-16, 30-25, 30-28.
The Foresters opened their season on the road against NCAA Division I
IPFW and came up short on their upset bid losing 87-77 to the Mastodons.