The HU women's soccer team traveled to Ohio to open their season in a tournament at Cedarville University. After storms forced the postponement of Friday evening's game, the Foresters were forced to play two matches on Saturday.
The Foresters opened their fall season with a fifth place finish in a field of 16 teams at the Olivet College Lou Collins Invitational played at Bedford Valley GC in Battle Creek, Michigan.
The Foresters headed west for a tournament over Labor Day weekend and
split four games in the Las Vegas Blast.
The Foresters were without #1 player, Gonzalo Vivas, in their match
against the University of Northwestern Ohio and fell 7-2.
The University of St. Francis (IL) played spoiler for the Foresters' home opener as the Saints shut out HU 3-0.
The Foresters moved to 2-1 on the season with back-to-back wins on the weekend.
The Foresters competed in the Goshen College Hokum Karem with the men winning the event and the women finishing third.
A record number of new students at Huntington University plunged into their college experience by volunteering at several places throughout the Huntington community on Aug. 23.
The Huntington University Foundation will kick off its 2008-2009 breakfast series Sept. 10 with a presentation titled “Impacting Our World.”
Steve Platt, retired head coach of the Huntington University men’s basketball team, will receive the Huntington University Foundation’s Distinguished Service Award at the organization’s annual dinner Sept. 4.
Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service and the Huntington County Chapter of the American Red Cross will sponsor a blood drive that is open to the community from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sept. 11 at College Park Church, 1945 College Ave., Huntington.
The Huntington University Department of Theatre of Arts will hold an open audition for children ages 8 to 15 for the university’s production of “The Music Man.”
The Huntington University men’s soccer team partnered with Mainstreet Church in Walbridge, Ohio, to host the Onside Soccer Camp. Two coaches and 23 players worked with 86 children, ranging in age from four to 13.
In addition to being ranked No. 7 among the Midwest’s “Best Baccalaureate Colleges” by U.S.News & World Report, Huntington University also has been named No.
It was a tough season opener for the Foresters as they fell 6-2 to
Olivet Nazarene University with one match suspended because of rain.
The Foresters gave a talented Olivet Nazarene University squad a good fight, but came up short 6-3 in their fall opener.
In the fall of 2008, four new members joined the Huntington University faculty.
The 2008-2009 Huntington University Forester Lecture Series begins Sept. 4 with a lecture by Walter Wangerin, Jr. The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
Venture Works announced today its second annual Huntington County Business Plan Competition. The winner will receive $10,000.
Forbes.com has named Huntington University one of America’s Best Colleges.
Huntington University will welcome new and returning students on Friday for Move-In Day.
Huntington University’s Department of Kinesiology and Recreation Management will host a kickoff event for Northwest Elementary School’s new KidFit program on Aug. 22.
After just four days of practice the Foresters hit the court for the
first match of the year at Purdue University North Central and struggled
to 3-2 win.
Dr. Tim Elmore, founder and president of Growing Leaders Inc., will speak on “Raising Up the Next Generation of Leaders” at the annual Huntington University Foundation dinner.
Huntington University is one of the best colleges and universities in the Midwest according to The Princeton Review.