Although most matches were competitive, Cedarville University disposed
of the Foresters 8-1 in HU's final match of the year.
The Foresters concluded their spring season with a 6-3 loss to Cedarville University, but with a couple of breaks could have easily turned the match around.
With the sun shining and the temperatures just perfect for soccer, over 150 players on 16 teams gathered for the 6th Annual Huntington 7v7 Men’s Soccer Tournament.
For Huntington University junior Erin Hudson, studying in Ireland this semester is much more than a cultural experience abroad.
The Foresters (22-21, 11-13) narrowly missed completing the sweep
winning the first three games 5-0, 13-5 and 4-0.
The Foresters competed in the Mid-Central Conference Championships on
Heading into the third and final round of play at the NAIA Region VIII tournament, the Foresters were in fifth place, but just 10 strokes out of second.
The old cliché “It’s not what you know, but who you know” is especially true in entertainment.
Playing sports, watching movies and taking road trip adventures sounds more like a summer vacation than an internship. But for Huntington University senior Josh Wood, it’s all part of the job.
Madonna University's pitching effectively shut down the Forester offense
in their 4-0 and 12-0 sweep of HU.
Over eighty children, ranging in age between six and twelve years old, enrolled in the Huntington University Spring Soccer Camp to learn more about the game and work on their fundamentals.
Huntington University will host its first “Global Night Commute” on Saturday, April 29, 2006, at 7 p.m., outside of the Huntington Union Building.
Diana “Granny” Jameson enjoys keeping in touch with her granddaughter Megan Crawford, a sophomore broadcasting major at Huntington University.
Huntington University’s Department of Communication and the Digital Media Arts Program invite the public to attend their Spring Media Showcase.
In their final MCC doubleheader of the season, the Foresters (11-26,
6-10) dropped both games to Taylor University 2-0 and 12-4.
Huntington University will award three honorary degrees at its 2006 Commencement Exercises on May 13, 2006.
Huntington University students volunteered for Spring Work Day on Saturday, April 8, 2006. The event was sponsored by the Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service.
Are you looking for a different kind of summer camp? This coming July the Huntington University Department of Theatre Arts will host its inaugural Huntington University Summer Theatre Youth Camp.
Huntington University sophomore Alicia Pyle has been selected as the featured pianist for the 2006 Fort Wayne Philharmonic Gala: A Grand Night for Music.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 17-23, 2006.
The Acting on AIDS chapters of Huntington University and Taylor University have teamed up to present “The Bike Ride Benefit for AIDS Relief.”
On May 13th, Huntington University held its commencement ceremonies,
marking the end of another school year for most of its students.
The Foresters (19-20, 8-12) struggled to put much of anything together
offensively and dropped both games of the doubleheader to Marian College
7-2 and 8-1.
In their final home competition of the year, the Foresters split a pair of matches on the day, dropping the opener to Olivet College 6-3, then defeating Anderson University 9-0.
The Saint Joseph's pitching staff limited the Foresters (11-24) to just
two runs on seven hits to sweep the doubleheader 7-1 and 5-1.
HU's Josh Clark pitched a three-hit shutout and got plenty of run
support for the 9-0 win in the opener against Spring Arbor University.
Heidi Christner scored 35.5 points to lead the Forester women to a
second place finish at the Wilmington College Track and Field
The semiannual Huntington University High School Mathematics Competition took place Wednesday, April, 19, 2006, in the Science Hall at the University.
The Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi National Scholarship Honor Society will present six students at Huntington University with the 2006 Sophomore Honor Award.
2006 – 2007 Season
Huntington University students will present the University’s annual One-Act Play Festival on April 28 and 29, 2006, at 7:30 p.m. in the Merillat Center for the Arts Studio Theatre.
The Foresters (9-8) stretched their win streak to four with an 8-1 win over Marian College.
The Foresters (18-17, 7-9) made quick work of the University of St.
Francis with a five-inning, 10-0 shutout in game one, but then gave up
the second late 4-3.
The visiting Marian College Knights had little trouble with the
Foresters dropping them 8-1 yesterday.
Senior Andrew Porterfield continued his hot streak earning his second straight medalist honor with a four under par 140 (70, 70) at the Spring Arbor University Spring Classic.
Trombonist Aaron Eberly plays at last year's "International Fare" concert. Eberly, a senior from Ligionier, Ind., is studying instrumental music education.
For the first time since Coach Gary Turner took over the women's program five years ago, the Foresters finally found a way to top Taylor University 6-3.
Huntington University will hold its 108th commencement exercises on Saturday, May 13, 2006. Dr. Norris Friesen, Huntington University vice president and dean, will deliver the baccalaureate address to graduates and their parents at 10:30 a.m., in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
Today, Huntington University will host a high school mathematics competition from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Hiner Hall on the second floor of the Science Hall.
Huntington University women’s basketball coach, Lori Culler, announced the addition of two more quality recruits to an already strong incoming class for the upcoming fall.
The Foresters (17-16, 6-8) took an 8-6 lead into the bottom of the
seventh in game two, but couldn't complete the sweep as they allowed the
Cougars to rally for the 9-8 win.
In the two-day Region VIII Preview Tournament, senior Andrew Porterfield took top honors with a 149 (76, 73) to lead the Foresters to their first win of the spring.
The Foresters (11-22) were able to push their current winning streak to
five with a 2-1 win over Siena Heights University.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 10-16, 2006.
Recipients of the Huntington University Peer Award for the month of April are Shelia Hacker and Susie Burson.
In MCC action against the Marian College Knights, the Foresters (16-15,
5-7) fell 5-2 in the opener, but rebounded with an 8-4 win in game two
to earn the split.
Huntington University Men’s Soccer Coach Russ Lawson has announced that Dayton Christian High School midfielder, Taylor Zeman, has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at HU this fall.
The Foresters (10-21, 6-8) got key contributions from several players to
sweep Goshen College with 4-2 and 12-3 victories.
Both Forester track squads finished third with Bethel College taking
Andrew Porterfield shot a one under par 71 to lead the Foresters to a second place finish at the Tri-State University Invitational.
The Foresters (15-14, 4-6) picked up their first MCC sweep knocking off
Bethel College 7-4 and 5-2.
The Foresters (6-8) dropped a 7-2 decision to the visiting Taylor
The Foresters (8-21) used some timely hitting to take two games from
Bluffton University 6-1 and 6-2.
Huntington University senior Brian Welfle will perform his Senior Recital at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, 2006, in the Longaker Recital Hall at the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
The Huntington University Handbell Choir will join with the Taylor University Ringers for “A Celebration of Bells” to be held on Sunday, April 23, 2006, at 7:30 p.m.
Huntington University senior Leah Leland will perform her senior recital at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, 2006, in the Longaker Recital Hall at the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The recital is open to the public with no admission charge.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 3-9, 2006.
Trailing 2-1 after doubles, the Foresters (7-8) picked up four singles wins Saturday to defeat visiting St. Francis 5-4.
The Foresters played in the Trinity International University tournament
on the weekend and dropped all three games.
The Foresters (13-14, 2-6) battled back to tie both games of the
doubleheader with Grace College only to let them slip away late losing
7-5 and 5-2.
Competing against colleges of all levels from across Indiana at the
Indiana Intercollegiate Little State Championships, the Forester teams
both earned 13th place finishes.
Despite having to battle adverse weather conditions and a challenging Meshingomeshia course, the Foresters tied for fifth with Cedarville with a two-day total of 621.
The Foresters (6-18, 4-8) dropped two games to Bethel College with a
disappointing 2-1 loss in the opener and a 12-0 defeat in the nightcap.
It was a different day, but the results were the same as the Foresters
(13-12, 2-4) again split a pair of games with Indiana Wesleyan
Six Huntington University senior art students will display their talents and artistic growth through four years at Huntington in an exhibit at the Robert E. Wilson Gallery. Sarah Clifford, Lynsi Griffin, Heather Hatfield, Luke Hopper, Amanda Reed, and Kristina Thompson will present their senior art exhibit, “ART,” in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery of the Merillat Centre for the Arts from April 20 to May 5, 2006.
Chris Goeglein, managing partner and founder of True North Strategic Advisors in Fort Wayne, Ind., will be the guest speaker for the Huntington University Foundation breakfast on Wednesday, April 12, 2006.
Dr. Neil Manson of the University of Mississippi will present “Understanding the Intelligent Design Controversy” at a Huntington University Forester lecture on Tuesday, April 25, 2006, at 7 p.m. in the Longaker Recital Hall of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
Dayton Christian High School senior Kevin Keske has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University this fall.
The Foresters (6-7) could only muster two singles wins while dropping a
pair of three-setters in the 6-3 loss.
In their opener against Indiana Wesleyan University, the Foresters
(12-11, 1-3) struggled to get their bats going and fell 6-2, but in the
nightcap, HU pounded out 18 hits to earn the split with a 14-4 victory.
The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats swept the Foresters in a MCC
The Foresters (6-8) picked up their first win of the spring with a 7-2 victory over Earlham College.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of March 27-April 2, 2006.
In their conference opener, the Foresters were swept by the Goshen
College Maple Leafs losing 2-1 and 5-4 in the doubleheader.
The IPFW Mastodons blanked the Foresters 9-0 in their spring opener.
The Foresters (6-6) traveled to IPFW to open their spring season and
succumbed 8-1 to the Mastodons.
The Foresters (8-14) used some heavy lumber to pound the Indiana Tech
Warriors, banging out 26 hits to sweep the doubleheader 17-15 and 16-1.
The Foresters opened their spring season with a second place finish at the Manchester Spartan Invitational.
Both Forester track squads finished third at the Manchester Spartans