Playing in the Hutzell Athletic Center, the visiting Forester volleyball
team lost to Saint Francis in four, 12-25, 12-25, 25-19, 16-25.
After four years of hard work, the nursing department at Huntington University is graduating its first class this spring.
Local artist Sayaka Ganz, who is known for taking common plastic items and turning them into works of art, will exhibit her work at Huntington University from Oct. 13 to Nov. 12 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery.
After battling through two extra periods, the Forester men's soccer team
ended in a 2-2 deadlock with Anderson University.
The Forester golf team shot a 610 to finish third at the University of
Saint Francis Invitational held at Coyote Creek Golf Club in Fort Wayne,
The HU women's soccer team turned in an outstanding performance to open
up MCC play as they cruised past Goshen College 4-1.
The HU men's tennis team continued its winning ways with a 5-4 victory
over the University of Northwestern Ohio on Tuesday night.
The Huntington men's soccer team traveled to Goshen College where the
Maple Leafs handed the Foresters a 3-1 conference loss.
The Institute for TESOL Studies at Huntington University has signed a five-year agreement to continue training English teachers in Doumen, a city in China’s Guangdong Province.
Parkview Huntington Hospital has been recognized with the 2010 Distinguished Service Award by the Huntington University Foundation.
Coming off a win the night before, the Forester women's tennis team
didn't fair quite as well on Tuesday as they lost to the University of
Northwestern Ohio 7-2.
The HU women's tennis team got back on the winning track with a 7-2
victory over Anderson University on Monday night.
During a special presentation at 7 p.m. Oct. 11, Dr. Luke Fetters, associate professor of ministry and missions at Huntington University, will present his current research about English teachers working in southern China.
The HU volleyball team is still looking their first MCC win as they
dropped two matches over the weekend to Grace College and Spring Arbor
Running on an extremely muddy course against a mixture of NAIA and
NCAA DII schools, the Forester cross country teams participated in Roy
Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota.
Playing under the lights at Indiana Wesleyan, the HU men's soccer team
dropped its first MCC contest of the season 2-0.
The Foresters competed in the ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association)
Midwest Regional Championships at Aquinas College over the weekend.
The Forester women's soccer team traveled to Grand Rapids where
Cornerstone University made the most of their scoring opportunities to
beat HU 4-2.
In a hard fought battle in which neither team could gain an advantage,
the Forester men's
soccer team ended in a 0-0 stale mate against Grace College after
two extra periods.
It was a short night for the Forester volleyball team as the visiting
Pilots of Bethel College swept HU in three straight, 25-21, 25-18,
Playing its last conference foe, the HU women's tennis team came up
short against Grace 9-0 to finish fifth in MCC regular season play with a
record of 3-5.
With a 6-3 win over Grace, the HU men's tennis team remained unblemished
in conference play to claim the MCC regular season championship.
Huntington University will host the 8th Annual Band Invitational at 7 p.m. Oct. 5 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts
It was a frustrating night for the HU women's soccer team as they took
one on the chin against Mount Vernon Nazarene University, losing to the
Haupert brings to the university extensive experience in financial, investment and estate planning services.
It was a rough night for the Forester women's tennis team as they came
up empty against the visiting Pilots of Bethel College.
The Forester men's tennis team continue to dominate in the MCC as the
Pilots fell prey to HU 8-1 last night
The HU volleyball team traveled to Lourdes College for a one-day
tournament on Saturday and went 1-3 on the day.
For the third straight year, the Forester golf team finished second at
Bethel College's Battle at Blackthorn. After shooting an impressive 282
on day one, HU held on to finish second with a total score of 580.
The HU men's soccer team earned a hard-fought 1-0 overtime win against
the Beavers of Bluffton University on Saturday afternoon.
It took the Forester women's soccer team a few extra minutes to dispose
of Bluffton University as they squeaked by the Beavers 2-1 in overtime.
The HU cross country teams ran in Indiana Intercollegiate Little State
this weekend at Purdue University with the women bringing home a fifth
place finish while the men finished eighth.
Huntington University has launched four new degree programs for the fall semester.
Senior nursing students at Huntington University will begin working in the Parkview Huntington and Parkview Whitley hospitals on Thursday.
Huntington University will celebrate its homecoming weekend Oct. 1-2. This year’s theme, “Celebrating the Arts — HU style,” is in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
On a cool and cloudy night, the Forester men's soccer team traveled to
Holy Cross College where the Saints handed them a 1-0 loss.
Huntington University men’s basketball coach Ty Platt has announced that
Carroll High School playmaker Tyler Ault has signed his letter of
intent to attend Huntington University.
Throughout the summer and into the fall months, crews have worked to renovate Becker from the ground up.
A $9.5 million project is under way through Together: The Campaign for Huntington University to renovate and expand existing facilities.
Rob Hahn was speechless — probably not the best reaction when you’ve just been told you got the job — but what could he do?
Huntington University has launched a $21 million capital campaign to
renovate Becker Hall and other facilities on campus.
The Forester baseball team stormed through the MCC Tournament with a perfect record to claim the tournament championship.
It was another rough night for the Forester volleyball team as the
Cougars of Spring Arbor swept them in three straight, 25-17, 25-8,
Grad earns a second chance at soccer glory
Kaufman’s return to soccer helps to open sports ministry center in Japan
By Joanne (Miller) Green ’93, ‘10
While most former college athletes only dream of a second chance to compete in their sport, Sarah Kaufman has made i
The HU women's soccer team kept things close but couldn't overcome a
scrappy Indiana Tech team as the Warriors edged the Foresters 3-2 in
Washington Monthly, a monthly nonprofit magazine based in Washington, D.C., has ranked Huntington University as one of the Top 50 baccalaureate colleges in the nation.
In the grand scheme of things, a couple of scholarships may not seem
like that much. But for one student, it was the difference between a
Christian education and a state school.
Don (’60) and Mary Alice (’61) were both
offered college scholarships and the chance to attend Huntington — an
opportunity they would not have otherwise had.
The HU women’s tennis team traveled to Spring Arbor and took care of
business with a 6-3 win over the Cougars to even up their record at 3-3
in MCC play.
The HU men's soccer team secured its first win of the season with a
hard-fought 1-0 victory over Manchester College.
With only two MCC matches left, the HU men's tennis team has found
itself at the top of the conference heap after beating Spring Arbor, the
only other previously undefeated MCC team, last night 6-3.
The Forester men's golf team turned in an impressive 286 as a team to
not only win the 15th Annual Jon P. Spiess Memorial Invitational but set
a new tournament record with its two under par performance.
Huntington University’s Department of Physical Education is offering a physical education program for children in grades K-5 this fall.
The Huntington University Visual Arts Alumni Exhibit has opened in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery.
After winning three straight, the Foresters' streak came to an end as
they dropped a 3-0 decision to Trinity Christian College on a rainy
The Forester volleyball team hit the road over the weekend to play
back-to-back nights against Marian University and Indiana Wesleyan
University and suffered two more losses to MCC foes.
The Forester men's and women's cross country teams competed at the Bel
Brodt Invitational at Bowling Green State University over the weekend.
Despite a gutsy effort by the HU men's soccer team, it was the Trolls of
Trinity Christian College who squeaked out the 3-2 overtime win over
the Foresters on Saturday afternoon.
Huntington University’s Annual Foundation Dinner will feature Mike Packnett, president and CEO of Parkview Health.
The Huntington University Theatre Company is excited to open its main stage season with William Inge’s “Picnic.”
HU students will join several other health organizations during the health festival offer tips and advice to the Fort Wayne area on how to live a healthier lifestyle.
Three men set off at the beginning of the summer to ride their bicycles across the country to raise money to build a well in the small African village of Marale.
The 2010 Klopfenstein Open, sponsored by the Huntington University baseball team, will be held on Saturday, October 2, starting at 8:30 a.m., at Norwood Golf Course.
Huntington University’s theater honor society, Alpha Psi Omega, will host an exciting evening for freshman to take to the stage and perform a theatrical or musical work.
Huntington University men’s basketball coach Ty Platt has announced his first recruit as Justin Jantzi for the 2011-12 season.
Haley Neiderhiser was the lone Forester women's tennis player to snag a
win against Marian University.
This time it was the Knights of Marian University who fell at the hands
of the HU men's tennis team 6-3.
The Joe Mertz Center hosts four blood drives each year in conjunction with the American Red Cross.
Huntington University enrolled a record number of traditional undergraduate students this fall and reported its second-largest incoming class in the school’s history.
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for September were Mike Frame, associate director of athletics and head men’s baseball coach, and Jay Duffer, assistant professor of theatre arts.
Dr. Rick Upchurch, director of Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs, will be the featured speaker at the Sept. 22 Leadership Luncheon.
The Forester women's soccer team took on a pesky Cincinnati Christian
squad and came out on top 5-2 to notch their third win of the season.
Up against a Goshen College team that is starting to receive some
national attention, the HU volleyball team came up short, losing in
three straight 25-16, 25-18, 25-12.
Dr. Rick Upchurch, director of Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs, addressed characteristics of resiliency and ways to become a more resilient leader in his speech titled, “Resilient Leadership in the Fact of Vicissitude” at the Leadership Luncheon.
Huntington University observed Constitution Day on Sept. 17 with a public roundtable discussion on the Fourteenth Amendment.
The HU women's tennis team suffered a 9-0 sweep at the hands of
conference powerhouse Indiana Wesleyan.
Ichthus came to the Fort Wayne area Sept. 25 with performances from Switchfoot, Relient K, Family Force 5 and more.
The Forester men's tennis team continued its winning ways with a 6-3 win
over the Wildcats of Indiana Wesleyan.
The Foresters competed in the Goshen College Hokum Karem with the men and women each winning their respective race.
Playing in the friendly confines of home, the Forester women's soccer
team came up big over the weekend to crush Holy Cross College 7-0 and
then slide past Trine University 1-0.
Up against two of the top teams in the WHAC, the Forester men’s soccer
team dropped back-to-back games at the University of Saint Francis
The Forester men's tennis team cruised to easy wins over the University
of Saint Francis and Goshen College over the long holiday weekend.
The Foresters traveled to Cardinal Stritch University for a Labor Day
tournament and came home empty handed dropping four games.
After a disappointing MCC loss earlier in the week, a determined HU
women's tennis team bounced back to earn 5-4 wins against the University
of Saint Francis and Goshen College over the weekend.
Over the summer, Dr. Jonathan Bratt conducted experiments using the university's telescope, located on the roof of the Science Building, to study the rotational speed of the Milky Way. Bratt will present his findings during a special seminar in Hiner Hall of the Science Building on HU’s campus.
A youthful Forester women's soccer team took the field for the first
time this season and came up short against Olivet College losing 1-3.
The campaign will renovate Becker Hall, fund a new Studio Art Center, expand the Merillat Complex for Physical Education and Recreation, grow the endowment and underwrite scholarships.