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09/29/2005
With only one win in doubles play, the Foresters needed to turn it on in singles, but came up one match short as Franklin College nipped HU 5-4.
09/29/2005
Forester Jason Stump continued his hot streak with two more wins at Franklin College to help lead HU to the 7-2 win.
09/28/2005
Although Spring Arbor walked away with a 5-0 win over the Foresters, the game could have been vastly different had Sarah Kaufman, last week's MCC and NAIA Region 8 Player of the Week, not run into some misfortune.
09/28/2005
A fluke goal was the difference for St. Francis as they got by the Foresters 1-0.
09/28/2005
The Foresters came out flat and never got on track as they fell 30-27, 30-26, 30-26 to the University of St. Francis.
09/27/2005
Sophomore striker, Sarah Kaufman, was named the Mid-Central Conference and NAIA Region 8 Player of the Week for the week of September 19-25.
09/27/2005
Once again, the HU women could only come up with one doubles win, but took five of the six singles matches to defeat the visiting Spring Arbor Cougars 6-3.
09/27/2005
It was a tough day for the men as they lost another close one 5-4 to Spring Arbor University.
09/27/2005
The senior recital for Huntington University music major Sara Prater, originally scheduled for October 15, has been postponed.
09/27/2005
Huntington University’s new digital media arts faculty will showcase their work in an upcoming Robert E. Wilson Gallery exhibit, Character and Motion: The Works of Bryan Ballinger and Stephan Leeper.
09/27/2005
The Huntington University Wind Ensemble, Crestview Middle School Band and Huntington North High School Band will come together on Tuesday, October 11 for Huntington University’s Third Annual Band Invitational Concert.
09/26/2005
The Foresters evened their record at 4-4 with a 9-0 sweep over Manchester College.
09/26/2005
Huntington University president Dr. G. Blair Dowden has been appointed as a Dellenback Fellow of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).
09/26/2005
The Huntington University Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of September 19-25, 2005.
09/26/2005
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of September 26 – October 2, 2005.
09/26/2005
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09/24/2005
Sophomore Sarah Kaufman netted a career-high four goals to lead the Foresters to a 4-1 win over Hanover College.
09/24/2005
The Foresters were no match for the Bethel College Pilots as they routed HU 8-1.
09/24/2005
The green and the gray Forester squads took the field and the first pitch was thrown at 11:00 a.m.
09/24/2005
Bethel College swept the six singles matches on their way to the 8-1 win over Huntington.
09/24/2005
The men and women's cross country teams traveled to Minnesota to compete in the Roy Griak Invitational. The women finished 20 of 24 teams and the men were 24th in a field of 43
09/24/2005
After playing to a scoreless tie at the end of the first half, Marian College swamped the Foresters with six goals in the second to earn the 6-0 shut out.
09/23/2005
The Foresters split four games on the weekend to finish second at the University of Michigan Dearborn tournament.
09/22/2005
After dropping four matches in a row, the Foresters got back on track with a 7-2 win over Defiance College.
09/22/2005
The University of St. Francis scored the only goal they would need just two and a half minutes into the game as the Cougars shut out Huntington 4-0.
09/22/2005
Windy and rainy conditions hampered the Foresters’ performance at the “Rumble at the Rock” golf match as they posted a team score of 324 for a sixth place finish.
09/22/2005
Huntington University invites the local community to join in celebrating the institution’s recent transition to university status with a free ice cream social during Homecoming & Family Weekend.
09/21/2005
In his tenth season as the Foresters' head coach, Dave Schroeder finally witnessed his squad putting one in the win column against an always-talented Taylor University.
09/21/2005
Huntington University will hold its annual Homecoming & Family Weekend on September 30-October 1, 2005.
09/21/2005
Huntington University’s Merillat Centre for the Arts welcomes the Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. on Friday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. This Community Arts Event, held in the Zurcher Auditorium, is a performance the whole family, from grandchildren to grandparents, can enjoy.

09/21/2005
For the first time in five years, the North American Coalition for Christian Admission Professionals (NACCAP) will hold a national Christian college fair in Fort Wayne, Ind.
09/20/2005
The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats buried the Foresters early with five goals in the first half handing HU its first conference loss by a score of 5-1.
09/20/2005
After dropping two close doubles matches, the Foresters couldn't recover and fell 7-2 to Indiana Wesleyan University.
09/20/2005
The women’s tennis team ran into a buzz-saw Tuesday in the form of Indiana Wesleyan University and dropped a 9-0 decision to the Wildcats.
09/20/2005
Despite not playing their best golf, the Foresters came up with several saves on critical holes to earn an uncommon back-to-back win at the Grace College Invitational.
09/19/2005
The Huntington University athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of September 12-18, 2005.
09/17/2005
The Foresters put together another strong outing to blow away the Goshen College Maple Leafs 8-1.
09/17/2005
After owning a 1-0 lead for more than half of the match, the Foresters failed to put away Asbury College, allowing the Eagles the 3-2 come-from-behind win.
09/17/2005
Although many of the matches were close, the Foresters couldn’t seem to gain enough momentum and dropped the match to Goshen College 6-3.
09/17/2005
The Cornerstone University Golden Eagles scored two goals in each half and shutout the Foresters to earn a 4-0 victory.
09/16/2005
The Huntington University Foundation’s Distinguished Service Award was presented to Mr. Ned Kiser, vice president for Asian Access, at the Foundation’s annual dinner last evening.
09/16/2005
Bill and Gloria Gaither, pioneers in Christian music and recording, will give an upcoming Forester Lecture in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts on October 3, 2005.
09/16/2005
The men and women's cross country teams participated in the Indiana Intercollegiate at Indiana University on Friday with the men finishing 8th and the women 12th in the Little State competition.
09/16/2005
Huntington University students will travel to Alabama and Mississippi in October to assist in relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
09/15/2005
The Huntington University Peer Award has been passed on to two individuals for the month of September.
09/15/2005
It was a landmark day for a young Forester squad that posted the program's first win since the early 90's and the lowest team score in at least a decade.
09/15/2005
The Huntington University Theatre Company will open this year’s theatre season with “Sure Thing: An Evening of David Ives Plays.”
09/15/2005
A pair of goals in the first half was all Manchester College needed to hand the Foresters their fifth loss of the season. The Spartans took control of the middle of the field early and kept HU on the defensive all afternoon.
09/14/2005
The Foresters put forth their best effort of the season with a 5-4 win over a talented Ohio Northern University team.
09/14/2005
After a disastrous showing in their last game, the Foresters rebounded with a 4-2 victory over MCC Conference foe Grace College.
09/14/2005
The Ohio Northern Polar Bears put HU on ice with an easy 7-2 win.
09/14/2005
Huntington University president G. Blair Dowden announced a record fall enrollment of 1,019 students at this morning’s breakfast meeting of the Huntington University Foundation.
09/13/2005
It was a disappointing day for the Foresters as they lost to Taylor University, 7-2.
09/13/2005
Too many errors and the inability to sustain the momentum cost the Foresters in a disappointing four-game loss to Indiana Wesleyan University.
09/13/2005
It was another tough day for the Foresters as they, once again, lost three three-set matches in singles and a close two-setter to drop a 6-3 decision to Taylor University.
09/12/2005
The Huntington University athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of September 5-11, 2005.
09/10/2005
Former Forester coach Steve DeCou returned to Huntington for the first time since taking over the Trinity Christian College program and led his Trolls to a 2-0 shutout over the Foresters.
09/10/2005
The Trolls of Trinity Christian played the spoilers as they romped over the Foresters 9-2 in HU's home opener.
09/10/2005
The women's cross country finished third of ten teams at the Defiance College Invitational.
09/09/2005
The men's cross country team ran to a seventh place finish in the Aquinas College Invitational.
09/09/2005
The Foresters continued their early season solid play with a second place finish at the Defiance College Tournament
09/09/2005
The Huntington University EXCEL Program will celebrate its


09/09/2005
The 2005 Klopfenstein Open, sponsored by the Huntington University baseball team, will be held on Saturday, October 1, starting at 8 a.m., at Norwood Golf Course.
09/09/2005
Facing a very talented field in their season opener, the Foresters finished tenth of eleven teams in the Indiana Wesleyan Fall Invitational.
09/09/2005
The Huntington University baseball team has scheduled a 100 inning game for Saturday, September 24.
09/09/2005
Dr. Norris Friesen, vice president and dean of Huntington University, will introduce new faculty members at the September Foundation Breakfast on Wednesday, September 14, 2005.

09/09/2005
Secretary of Commerce and Chief Executive Officer of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation Patricia Miller will be on hand to help launch the Venture Works collaboration between the Huntington University Enterprise Resource Center (ERC) and the Huntington County United Economic Development Corporation (HCUED).
09/08/2005
The Foresters could only muster one doubles win, but it was enough for the Foresters to get by Grace College 5-4 for the win.
09/07/2005
The Huntington University Theatre Department will kick off its performance schedule with an annual showcase of new performers.
09/07/2005
The Foresters won five of their six singles matches to put away St. Francis early and finished with their second 6-3 conference victory.
09/07/2005
A trio of goals in the second half lifted the Foresters to their first win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Taylor University - Fort Wayne. HU started the scoring in the 21st minute when Joel Sanders beat two Falcon defenders on the flank and centered the ball to Seth Caldwell who put it in the back of the net.
09/07/2005
A trio of goals in the second half lifted the Foresters to their first win of the season, a 4-1 victory over Taylor University - Fort Wayne.
09/07/2005
The Huntington University Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of August 29 - September 4, 2005.
09/07/2005
The Huntington University Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of August 29 - September 4, 2005.
09/06/2005
The Foresters opened their conference season with a thrilling five-game win over Grace College.
09/06/2005
It was another evenly matched contest, but again the Foresters eventually succumbed in overtime, this time falling 1-0 to the Bluffton University Beavers.
09/03/2005
Despite owning a 15-4 advantage on shots on goal and a 15-2 lead in corner kicks, the Foresters were unable to finish enough of those attempts and eventually fell 3-2 in double overtime to Franklin College.
09/03/2005
The Foresters opened their season winning two of three matches at Tri-State University.
09/03/2005
The Foresters hosted their own fall invitational at LaFontaine Golf Club and came in five strokes behind Spring Arbor for a second place finish.
09/03/2005
Sarah Kaufman and Mindy Perry combined for four goals and five assists in the Foresters 6-0 rout over Franklin College.
09/03/2005
The Foresters traveled to Grace College to take on a much improved Lancer squad and came away with a 6-3 win to even their record at 1-1 on the year.
09/03/2005
The NAIA 25th-ranked Forester men's cross country team opened their season with a win at the Goshen College Hokum Karem.
09/02/2005
The Huntington University Foundation is pleased to welcome Patricia R. Miller as its speaker for the Foundation Dinner.
09/01/2005
Forester freshmen Stephanie Strong and Kendra Ganz were both double winners in their collegiate debut, but it wasn't enough as HU fell 5-4 to Marian College.
09/01/2005
Huntington College officially re-opened today as Huntington University with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and special chapel service.

09/01/2005
Although the men's tennis team fell 6-3 to Marian College in their season opener, the match could have gone either way.

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