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Annual Pink Out!

January 19, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on Annual Pink Out! Posted By: Sandy Marion

Next Saturday, January 27 at 1:00 PM is the Women’s Basketball Annual PINK OUT! Help us PAINT THE GYM PINK in honor of area Survivors and to help in the fight against breast cancer!

Pink-Out t-shirts will be available for purchase at the game with proceeds benefiting the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. Donations will also be taken at the door.

Come join us for this great cause!!

#PinkOut!
#CancerSurvivorsRock!!
#FindACure

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

January 18, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Forester women’s basketball team cruised to a 59-38 win over Goshen College Wednesday night at Platt Arena. The W completes the series sweep over GC with Huntington’s first win, a 51-44 decision, dating back to November 21.

While it was a game that favored the hosts the entire evening, the start was slow going for both teams as the scoreboard read just 6-5 through the first eight minutes. HU finally pieced together a little spurt in the final two minutes of the quarter which included a long ball from Maddie Richer to give Culler’s crew a slim 13-7 lead after the first break.

The Foresters carried that momentum into the second quarter where Sam Hammel found Cindy In’t Groen for a quick bucket and then Casey Morton buried one from the top of the key to up the lead to 11, 18-7, within the first 45 seconds of the frame. Behind 13 first half points from Sarah Fryman, Culler’s crew took a 34-21 lead into intermission.

It was smooth sailing after that as Huntington’s advantage never dipped below nine points – with a nine-point spread happening just briefly on two occasions early in the third. Hailey Krewald’s second triple of the half at the 7:35 mark of the fourth gave Huntington its largest lead of the night at 55-31 before they cruised to the 21-point win with every Forester getting to see the floor.

Thirty-eight points is the lowest output for the Maple Leafs this season as the Foresters held them to 17 field goals on 28.3 percent shooting. Neither team got to the line much with HU outscoring GC 8-1 from the stripe in a game that took less than 90 minutes to play.

Behind Brooke Saylor’s 14 rebounds, the Foresters monopolized the boards 52-30 which included 21 offensive boards that resulted in 23 second chance points.

Fryman finished with a game-best 20 points as HU’s only double-digit scorer. Richer and Krewald each finished with eight points each. Richer also handed out a game-best four dimes.

Sydney Stein topped Goshen with 13 points, all of which came in the opening 20 minutes.

With this win, the Foresters improve to 12-8 overall, 5-4 in the league while the Maple Leafs (1-20, 0-9) are left still searching for their first conference win. HU hits the road on Saturday to face Mount Vernon for the first time this season. Tip-off is slated for 1:00 p.m.

BOWLING

January 17, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on BOWLING Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

After nearly a two-month break, the Forester bowling teams were back in action over the weekend at the Buckeye Baker Classic. This tournament featured 36 baker games before cutting to the top four for match play where both teams were outstanding.

The HU men brought home the championship while the women’s team claimed a runner-up finish.

“I’m proud of the team,” said Coach Mike Shockey. “The team has a good work ethic in practice and the result of that hard work is paying off at tournaments now. This a really good tournament to start the second half of our season. It is all baker games which is the same format that the USBC Intercollegiate sectional tournament will be in March.”

The Huntington women started the weekend with a bang by finishing with a score of 4,046 pins for 24 baker games on Saturday for second place. On Sunday, the Foresters struggled to maintain their hold and ended up tied with Morehead State for the second spot with a qualifying total of 6,044 pins for 36 baker games. The tiebreaker favored HU as they had the higher single game in qualifying.

Shockey’s crew advanced to match play, a best of three format, where they faced Morehead State in first round action. The Foresters proved they were the better team by sweeping the Eagles, 200-195, 168-150. The W sent HU to the championship match against the 7th-ranked University of Pikeville. The match went all three sets with Huntington falling just short of the victory, 185-178, 171-178, 187-149.

“We have been impressed with the ladies this season,” said Shockey. “They had some early success and they continue to build on that and continue to improve week to week.

“The shot this weekend wasn’t easy and all the teams had to stay focused and not get frustrated with the lack of high scores. We spoke early in the season about being a team that is going to be mentally tough and not give away pins because mental errors. We’re always working on that part of the mental game, but the ladies are doing really well with this part of the game.”

Just like the Huntington women, the men’s squad finished Saturday in 2nd place. The men scored 4,600 pins for their 24 baker games. While things didn’t go quite so smoothly for the Foresters on Sunday as they nearly slipped out of the top four before hanging on for 3rd place with a qualifying score of 6,597, only 14 pins ahead of 5th place, their 3rd place finish was enough to advance to match play.

In first round action, HU topped Toledo in two, 176-162, 207-205. The win propelled the men into the championship match where they faced 12th-ranked University of Pikeville. It was an exciting finishing as each game came down to the 10th frame with the Foresters claiming the title in two, 157-146, 207-202.

“We are happy for the guys to get this win,” said Shockey. “The weekend was a great example of the grit and determination of the men’s team. After a disappointing finish to qualifying, they guys came together and determined that match play was a fresh start and anything can happen.”

The Foresters are back at it this weekend to compete in the Kegel/ISPBA Midwest Collegiate Classic.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

January 17, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Wednesday’s Crossroads League clash was one for the books as Konner Platt drained a triple as time expired in overtime to lift the Huntington men’s basketball team past Goshen College 100-97. It marks the second time this season the Foresters have needed an extra period to claim a win as they snap an eight-game skid and improve to 7-14 overall, 3-6 in league play.

The W tonight avenges a 90-84 loss to the Maple Leafs (10-11, 3-6) earlier this season and is a reminder of how much teams beat up on each within the Crossroads League as HU is one of six teams separated by two or less games with second round action of league play just heating up.

Platt’s game-winner was certainly the high point of the night but the final minute of play leading up to his heroics offered plenty of excitement as well. After back-to-back jumpers by Devin Heath-Granger flipped Goshen’s one-point deficit into a three-point advantage of 97-94 with 43 ticks remaining, Mike Bush was quick to respond.

The senior floor general pulled up a few feet beyond the arc at the top of the key to bury his fifth long ball of the night for the game’s fourth tie with just over 30 seconds to go.

With three seconds separating the game clock from the shot clock, the Maple Leafs were holding for the last shot but Trevor Lockwood played spoiler when he intercepted a pass down low with six ticks remaining. It was off the races after that as Bush pushed the ball up court and found Platt in the corner for his buzzer-beating three.

The overtime period was the only time the scoreboard favored the visitors and their lead proved steady through much of that time as Huntington’s only lead in the extra five minutes came on a pair of freebies by Bush with just over 90 seconds to go and then again when it counted the most – at the buzzer.

However, regulation was a completely different story. Devon Merder and Mason Coverstone teamed up to score Huntington’s first 11 points, nine of which came from downtown, to jet in front of Goshen 11-2. It was a sign of what was to come as HU canned 12 more threes at a clip of 62.5 percent to finish with a season-high 15 three-pointers.

HU would go on to keep the Maple Leafs at a healthy distance the rest of the half, growing their lead to as many as 18 before heading into break with a 13-point advantage of 55-42. It was more of the same to start the second period as Huntington’s lead stretched to 23, 66-43, by the 17:17 mark.

Four minutes later, GC wasn’t able to make up much ground as 19 points still separated the two teams but then began their gradual chipping away at the lead. It was scoring by committee for Goshen, currently ranked 27th in scoring (86 ppg), as several Maple Leafs hit big shots in the final 13 minutes with Billy Geschke putting the finishing touch on the comeback.

The 6-1 guard dropped in a three with just over two minutes to go to trim the lead to two and then scored again, this time in the paint, with eight ticks remaining to send the game to OT. Geschke, who tosses in over 20 points per outing to rank 25th in the NAIA in scoring, finished with 30 points.

Heath-Granger added 24 points and ten assists while Christian Grider and Alhassan Barrie added 17 and 11 points respectively.

Bush topped all scorers with a season-best 32 points to go along with a game-high 14 assists for his sixth double double of the year, second against Goshen. Trevor Lockwood also tallied a double double by posting 15 points and 11 rebounds in addition to swatting three shots. Coverstone registered 21 points which included going 5-for-6 from long range. Merder finished with 15 points to round out HU’s double-digit scoring.

As a team, the Foresters shot 47.8 percent from the field (32-for-67) and 80.8 percent from the line (21-for-26) on their way to hitting the century mark for the first time this season. The Maple Leafs shot similarly by going 37-for-73 from the floor (50.7 percent) and 12-for-15 from the charity stripe (80.0 percent). Huntington hit four more threes than their visitors and scored twice as many points from the free throw line.

HU is back in action on Saturday when they travel to Mount Vernon for a 3:00 p.m. tip-off with the Cougars.

This Week in Forester Sports

January 15, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in Forester Sports Posted By: Athletics

HOME:
Tues. Jan. 16 – M. Basketball vs Goshen College @ 7:00 PM
Wed. Jan. 17 – W. Basketball vs Goshen College @ 7:00 PM

AWAY:
Sat. Jan. 20 – W. Basketball @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene University @ 1:00 PM
Sat. Jan. 20 – M. Basketball @ Mt. Vernon Nazarene University @ 3:00 PM
Sat.-Sun. Jan. 20-21 – Bowling at Kegel Midwest Collegiate Classic; Stardust Bowl, Addison, IL @ 10am/5pm

Go Foresters!!

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

January 15, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

It was a battle to the bitter end Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena with the 5th-ranked Knights of Marian University (18-2, 7-1) slipping past the Huntington women’s basketball team 61-60.

There are several marks of a good team and Saturday was a testament to that. A good team makes plays when it counts and that’s exactly what the two-time defending national champs did midway through the fourth quarter. The Knights forced HU into six turnovers over a four-minute span to turn a five-point deficit into an 11-point advantage of 60-49 with just over two minutes to go.

The mark of a good team also never quits in the midst of adversary and Culler’s crew responded accordingly in the face of MU’s 16-0 run. A timeout to regroup was just what the Foresters needed to come firing back with an 11-1 run. Two Maddie Richer freebies trimmed the lead to single digits with 90 seconds to go. Richer would score once more with the shot clock winding down but otherwise it was the Hailey Krewald show.

The 5-7 hard-nosed guard scored seven points in the final minute of play. While Marian could do no wrong just minutes earlier, they were only able to convert one of their six free throws in the final 45 seconds to leave the door open for the hosts.

Beginning with Richer’s two points from the charity stripe, the Foresters scored on every possession except for a long ball by Richer that looked like it was going to find the bottom of the net and would have made for an even more edge-of-your-seat finish. But as it was, HU’s fast and furious finish was two point short of an upset.

It was a physical afternoon of basketball that featured four ties and five lead changes as the two teams, each priding themselves on defense, jockeyed for any sort of advantage. Leading up to the last five minutes, no more than two possessions separated the CL foes minus one possession in the middle of the third quarter.

The Foresters scored eight of their 12 first quarter points in the opening three-and-a-half minutes for an early 8-2 advantage. They were able to ride that lead the rest of the quarter to hang on for a 12-11 tilt at the first break but the second ten minutes favored the visitors. They cashed in on three of their seven from downtown to climb on top 29-23 by the midway point.

Huntington made up five points in the third quarter compliments of Cindy In’t Groen who connected of three of her four free throws and scored on a fade-away in the lane for a 43-41 difference heading into the fourth where both teams put 19 points on the board to make for the one-point finish.

The two teams shot the ball similarly with HU going 21-for-51 for 41.2 percent while Marian finished 22-for-53 for 41.5 percent. The Knights canned two more threes than their hosts but Huntington converted a higher percentage of their freebies by going 13-for-14 for 92.9 percent. MU finished 10-for-19 from the line for 52.6 percent.

Krewald poured in a game- and season-best 22 points by going 8-for-12 from the field and 4-for-4 from the charity stripe. Richer added 12 points to go along with a team-high three assists. Brooke Saylor tossed in ten points, swatted five shots and took control of the boards with 19 rebounds. As a team, HU controlled the glass 40-28.

Rachel Titzer came off the bench to lead Marian with 17 points which included back-to-back triples during her team’s 16-0 burst. Dejah Cyrus collected 11 points and 15 rebounds while the Foresters limited the league’s preseason player of the year in Kellie Kirkhoff to ten points.

Second round of conference play starts on Wednesday with a home contest for the Foresters (11-8, 4-4) against Goshen at 7:00 p.m.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

January 15, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Despite holding their visitors 23 points below their season average, the Forester men’s basketball team still came up short, 69-56, to Marian University Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.

The Knights entered the contest ranked 9th in the NAIA in scoring with their 92-point average and while HU was able to hold them to their second lowest point total of the season, Platt’s crew struggled at the other end of the floor playing without their leading scorer in Tyler Arens.

Huntington shot 36.7 percent from the field (22-for-60) which included going 3-for-17 from deep with two players finishing in double digits. Trevor Lockwood paced his team with 20 points and three blocks while Konner Platt added 12 points. Devon Merder grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out four assists to lead HU in both categories.

Reggie Kissoonlal, standing at 6-11, poured in 19 points and corralled 13 rebounds for Marian for his second double double of the year. Wes Stowers recorded 16 points and a game-best eight assists. Sterling Brown chipped in ten points.

Marian dropped in 37.5 percent of their shots (27-for-72) and outscored their hosts 21-9 behind the arc. They outrebounded HU 53-35.

The Foresters got off to a great start with each starter scoring within the first six minutes to open up a ten-point advantage of 16-6.

Unfortunately, the Knights spent the next four minutes posting ten unanswered points for the game’s third tie at 16-16. HU would regain the lead at 20-16 on back-to-back buckets by Lockwood but another visitor push forced the fourth and final tie at 20s at the 7:39 mark en route to a 31-28 Marian lead heading into the break.

Lockwood scored down low within the first 15 seconds of the second period to reduce the lead to just one but seven straight points by Marian upped the lead to eight at 38-30 after which Mason Coverstone dropped in a three and two minutes later scored again on a put back to cut the lead to two possessions each time.

But it was all Marian after that as HU didn’t have an answer for Kissoonlal who scored seven of his team’s next nine points to give MU its largest lead of the day up to that point at 50-37 with just under 12 minutes to go. The lead remained in double digits for all but 45 seconds the rest of the way to make for a relatively quiet finish.

The Knights, one of the hottest teams in the league right now, have won six of their last seven outings to improve to 14-6 overall, 4-4 in league play.

The Foresters (6-14, 2-6) will look to snap their eight-game losing skid on Tuesday when they host Goshen at 7:00 p.m. in second round action of league play.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

January 11, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU women’s basketball team turned in one of its best quarters of the year Wednesday night to claim a 69-57 road win over #RV Saint Francis. The big quarter came in the fourth where the Foresters missed just two shots while going 16-for-20 from the line to put 32 points on the scoreboard on the way to their second straight league win.

The dub not only snapped a six-game losing streak against the Cougars but also marked the first time in seven years that Culler’s crew picked up a win at Hutzell Athletic Center. Their last win on USF’s turf was a 68-65 decision dating back to November 22 of 2011.

The Foresters are now 11-7 overall, 4-3 in CL play good for the 5th spot in the league standings. Saint Francis, who dropped from 20th to 26th in the latest national poll, is now 11-8 overall, 3-4 in conference action.

Huntington claims defense as their bread and butter but it was their offensive firepower in the final 12 minutes that propelled the visitors to tonight’s win. After managing just 27 points through the first 28 minutes, HU went into offensive overdrive that started when Hailey Krewald dropped in a triple to reduce a double-digit deficit to nine at 39-30 with just over two minutes left in the third.

It sparked a 13-1 run that spilled into the fourth for a 40-40 stalemate at the 9:31 mark with Sam Hammel serving as the catalytic agent. The 5-7 rookie connected on a pair of traditional three-point plays on either side of the last break in addition to scoring on a nifty move in the lane at the end of the third to account for all but five points during her team’s two-and-a-half minute tear.

The Cougars would reclaim a brief lead before Sarah Fryman, currently ranked 2nd in the nation in free throw percentage, knocked down four freebies to give her team a permanent lead, 44-42, with just over eight minutes to go.

The Foresters played near-perfect basketball after that with big contributions from multiple players. Casey Morton canned two from long range within the next three minutes, each time extending her team’s advantage to two possessions. Maddie Richer’s long ball with three minutes remaining finally gave Culler and crew their first double-digit lead of 60-49.

Krewald went 3-for-4 from the charity stripe down the stretch and came up with several big rebounds with none bigger than an offensive board on a rare miss at the line for Huntington. Hammel filled in the gaps – picking off a pass early in the fourth that proved pivotal in HU’s comeback in addition to posting four more points after her second and one.

When all was said and done, the Foresters outscored their hosts 42-18 in the final 12 minutes to make for one of the program’s most epic finishes.

The second half saw the visitors miss just five shots from the floor for a scorching 68.8 percent (11-for-16). When they weren’t knocking down a shot, they were hanging out at the free throw line where they went 22-for-26 in the final twenty minutes which included going 9-for-12 to close out the game.

The first frame wasn’t quite as flattering for HU as they managed just seven field goals on 33.3 percent shooting to go along with five points from the stripe to find themselves down 26-21 at intermission. Huntington played catchup for all but one possession in the opening period and faced a deficit the entire third quarter before their grand turnaround in the fourth.

Huntington shot 48.6 percent (18-for-37) for the game which included six from downtown and drained 27 of their 32 free throws for 84.4 percent while their hosts managed just 36.2 percent from the field (17-for-47) and 65.4 percent from the line (17-for-26).

The Foresters won the battle of the boards, 30-22, but committed 18 turnovers to USF’s 11.

Richer was sensational for Culler’s crew. Despite being hounded all night by USF defenders, the 5-5 point guard committed just one TO in over 38 minutes of playing time and was a perfect 3-for-3 behind the arc and knocked down all eight of her free throws to finish with a team-best 17 points. She also pulled down four rebounds, handed out two dimes and grabbed a steal.

Hammel came off the bench to have a big game for the Foresters as well by tallying 14 points, two assists and three steals. Fryman added 12 points while Morton chipped in ten. Brooke Saylor collected a game-best 11 rebounds and enjoyed game-high honors in assists with three.

Kara Gerke and Josie Murphy posted 22 and 11 points respectively to pace the Cougars.

The Foresters will have their hands full on Saturday when they host #5 Marian at 1:00 p.m.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

January 10, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

After playing even with the #2 team in the nation in Saint Francis through the opening twenty minutes, the Forester men’s basketball team stayed within striking distance until the waning minutes to suffer an 81-71 loss on the road to the Cougars Tuesday night.

For USF, it marks their 16th straight win as they improve to 17-2 overall and remain unblemished in league play at 7-0 while the loss drops HU to 6-13 overall, 2-5 in CL action. The Foresters’ last three losses have all been to Top 25 teams.

While Platt and crew are hungry for a win, the HU skipper remains optimistic about what’s to come for his squad. “Our effort was tremendous tonight. We had some guys who struggled shooting the ball, but if we play with that kind of energy and focus every time we play, there will be wins coming our way.

“This group will continue to work and persevere together.”

The first half featured a handful of swings before eventually ending in a stalemate. After trading buckets through the opening three minutes for the first of four ties at 6-6, the Cougars rattled off ten unanswered points in a two-minute span to pull ahead 16-6.

It’s been a frustrating stretch for the Foresters so it would have been easy to throw in the towel but it wasn’t even a fleeting thought for Platt’s squad. Instead, Mason Coverstone stopped the bleeding with an old-fashioned three-point play and so began a 12-4 run topped off with a second and one, this time by Trevor Lockwood, for a 20-18 ball game with just under ten mintues to go in the frame.

Five minutes later, the game was knotted up at 24s after which Lockwood scored on a put back to give HU its first lead of the evening. Huntington enjoyed a lead for the last three minutes of the period before USF cashed in on an HU turnover just before the buzzer to force a 30-30 deadlock heading into intermission.

The final twenty minutes was cleanly play and showcased solid shooting. Both teams shot over sixty percent in the period and combined for only seven miscues. Unfortunately, the Cougars were able to convert Huntington’s five turnovers into 11 points in addition to scoring eight second chance points which proved to be the glaring differences of the half.

Tyler Arens drained one from downtown to open the half to give HU a 33-30 advantage. It was a short-lived lead as the Cougars responded with the next six points. While Huntington wouldn’t lead again, they would go on to force the fourth and final tie, 40-40, with just over 14 minutes on the clock. For all but 60 seconds over the next nine minutes, no more than two possessions separated the two teams.

USF finally created a little breathing room for themselves when Connor Lautzenheiser knocked down his team’s fourth triple of the night for a 69-60 advantage with just over five minutes remaining. Coverstone countered with a three of his own to cut the lead back to six a minute later but execution down the stretch favored the Cougars.

Saint Francis made good on their next five possessions to grow the lead to 14 at 81-67 with under two minutes remaining. They wouldn’t score again, but Huntington was only able to make up four points in those last two minutes to make for the ten-point difference by game’s end.

Bush topped all scorers with 23 points on 10-for-16 shooting. The 5-7 point guard also dished out a game-best three assists and posted two steals. Arens added 17 points. Lockwood finished with nine points while Mason Coverstone and Konner Platt each collected eight. Devon Merder tallied a team-best six rebounds.

Derek Hinen led the Cougars with 22 points. Bryce Lienhoop tossed in 21 while Lautzenheiser chipped in 14. Chandler White enjoyed game-high rebounding honors with seven.

As a team, Huntington shot 48.2 percent from the field (27-for-56) which included eight from deep. They connected on nine of their ten freebies and committed just ten turnovers. Saint Francis sizzled the nets to the tune of 59.6 percent (31-for-52) from the floor and finished 15-for-19 from the line. The hosts recorded 12 turnovers and outrebounded HU 32-20.

HU returns to the friendly confines of Platt Arena on Saturday to host Marian University at 3:00 p.m.

This Week in HU Sports

January 8, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in HU Sports Posted By: Ath

HOME:
Sat. Jan. 13 – W. Basketball vs Marian University @ 1:00 PM
Sat. Jan. 13 – M. Basketball vs Marian University @ 3:00 PM

AWAY:
Tues. Jan. 9 – M. Basketball @ University of Saint Francis @ 7:00 PM
Wed. Jan. 10 – W. Basketball @ University of Saint Francis @ 7:00 PM
Sat.-Sun. Jan. 13-14 – Bowling at Buckeye Baker Classic; HP Lanes; Columbus, OH @ 10AM/5PM

Go Foresters!!

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11:30 MLK Chapel Service

15 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Campus Ministries & The Office of Multicultural Affairs

Huntington University is proud to celebrate and remember the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We invite you to join us this Monday, January 15th as we come together to revisit the past in order to inspire hope for today. This year’s MLK service will be held in the …

Good-bye and Best Wishes Celebration for Cindy Kreps!

15 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Lisa Montany

Cindy Kreps is leaving Huntington University after over 13 years of faithful service. Help us wish Cindy well in her next adventure and give her your best wishes! When: Monday, January 15th from 12:00-1:30pm (just enough time to stop in over your lunch break)! Where: First floor foyer, Becker Hall …

MONDAY JANUARY 15, 11:30 – MLK Chapel Service

12 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Campus Ministries & The Office of Multicultural Affairs

Huntington University is proud to celebrate and remember the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We invite you to join us this Monday, January 15th as we come together to revisit the past in order to inspire hope for today. This year’s MLK service will be held in the …

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Campus Update

18 Jan 2018

The Winter Board Retreat will take place on January 18-19 in Indianapolis. Dr. Emberton will provide an update to the campus community on Tuesday, January 23 at 4:00 p.m. in Hiner Hall. All faculty and staff are invited to attend this session.

Spring Faculty Staff Convocation

18 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Community Enhancement Council

Please mark your calendars for our annual Spring Campus Convocation Service. We’ll gather together Wednesday, January 24, at 11:00 a.m. in the Zurcher Auditorium. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend this special event with your colleagues and co-workers. Please feel free to close your offices for this event.

Wellness Screening

18 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Jean Cole

SAVE THE DATE: The 2018 Annual Wellness Screening Event will be held Monday, March 12, from 7:00 to 9:00 in the Nursing Lab of the Science Hall. More details will be available soon.

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Thanks for Your Expressions of Sympathy

18 Dec 2017 | Posted By: Karen Jones

I was sincerely blessed by the flowers, cards, and personal messages shared by the Huntington family after the loss of my father. Your actions reminded me of the importance of community and friendship during times of grief and crisis. Thank you for your expressions of love and sympathy.

Christian Origins in Ephesus and Asia Minor – 2nd Edition

8 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Mark Fairchild

The second updated and expanded edition of Christian Origins in Ephesus and Asia Minor just came out. In the second edition Fairchild added new cities and updated new archaeological information on some of the sites. The hardbound copy is published by Hendrickson Press and is available online or you can order …

All Campus Off Campus

29 Aug 2017 | Posted By: SGA

Hello, SGA is looking for faculty and staff members who would be interested in being drivers to and from ACOC and hanging out with students. ACOC is a retreat hosted by SGA each year for the student body, and we are continuing the tradition of having faculty and staff involved. …

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Annual Pink Out!

19 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Sandy Marion

Next Saturday, January 27 at 1:00 PM is the Women’s Basketball Annual PINK OUT! Help us PAINT THE GYM PINK in honor of area Survivors and to help in the fight against breast cancer! Pink-Out t-shirts will be available for purchase at the game with proceeds benefiting the Vera Bradley …

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

18 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Forester women’s basketball team cruised to a 59-38 win over Goshen College Wednesday night at Platt Arena. The W completes the series sweep over GC with Huntington’s first win, a 51-44 decision, dating back to November 21. While it was a game that favored the hosts the entire evening, …

BOWLING

17 Jan 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

After nearly a two-month break, the Forester bowling teams were back in action over the weekend at the Buckeye Baker Classic. This tournament featured 36 baker games before cutting to the top four for match play where both teams were outstanding. The HU men brought home the championship while the …