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In a match-up between two NAIA heavyweights, it only seems fitting that it would require two extra periods to determine a winner.

2004-12-29 HC Finishes Third In Tournament FOR RELEASE The Foresters (6-9) came from behind to defeat the Belles of St. Mary's College 66-62, giving them a third place finish in the St. Xavier University Christmas Tip-off Tournament. Huntington struggled from the field in the first half, hitting

In the first round of the St. Xavier University Christmas Tip-off Tournament, the Foresters avenged an earlier loss with their 73-69 win over St. Ambrose University.
The 7th-ranked Foresters fell 73-68 to the Grenadiers of Indiana University Southeast to drop to 11-5 on the season
Huntington College freshman, Doug Sheckler, was named the Mid-Central Conference Player of the Week for the week of December 6-12.
The Titans of Indiana University South Bend (8-4) came from behind to defeat the Foresters (4-8) 80-72.
The Foresters survived a lackluster first half and a feisty St. Francis squad to win 71-65 for their fifth victory in a row.
Eight Huntington College fall sport athletes recently earned the highest academic honor awarded to an individual within his or her respective sport: the All-America Scholar Athlete.
Dr. Gary Newton, professor of educational ministries at the Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries, recently contributed a chapter to the book Children’s Spirituality, published in August 2004 by Cascade Books.
Each semester, Huntington College hosts The Great Forester Speak-Off, a competition showcasing the oratory talents of Huntington College students enrolled in the Public Speaking class.
The Foresters snapped a six-game losing streak with a 61-49 win over Grace College in Mid-Central Conference action.
HC freshman Doug Sheckler came off the bench to score a career-high 29 points in the #6-ranked Foresters 75-66 win over Grace College.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of November 29-Dec. 5, 2004: Jared Yoder.
Although the NAIA Division II 3rd-ranked Foresters like a more up-tempo style of play, they proved they could win a physical, slower paced, defensive battle as well with their 53-48 victory over MCC rival, Taylor University.
The Foresters' losing streak moved to six in a row with their 79-71 loss to Taylor University.
The sounds of Christmas will be heard at this month’s foundation breakfast as the Huntington College Music Department presents its annual “Christmas Spectacular.”
The Department of Education at Huntington College is scheduled for an April 2005 accreditation review by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

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