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November 14, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on VOLLEYBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Seven Forester volleyball players earned All-Conference honors as announced earlier today by the Crossroads League.

For the third straight season, senior Kate Cobb earned First Team All-Conference accolades as one of the league’s top defensive specialist. The 5-5 libero also boasts Second Team and All-Freshmen Team accolades dating back to her rookie season.

The Elkhart native (Elkhart Central HS) finished the year with a team-high 683 digs to average 5.4 digs per set which ranked for the 3rd in the league. For the season, she posted 525 receptions with only 22 errors for a passing accuracy of .958. She led the team in serving accuracy with a .973 percentage and recorded 19 aces. She also handed out 83 assists.

Cobb wraps up her HU career as one of the best at her craft by piling up 2,476 digs which ranks her second in program history for total digs.

Senior Josie Beaver joins Cobb on the First Team. For Beaver, it marks her second First Team badge while her volleyball resume also includes All-Freshmen Team, Second Team and Honorable Mention honors.

The 5-10 middle blocker led the team on both sides of the net. Offensively, Beaver tallied 298 kills and a hitting percentage of .250 which ranked her 8th and 3rd respectively in the league. Defensively, she racked up 124 blocks, including 24 solos, which tops the conference in total blocks and blocks per set (1.0).

Beaver (Huntington, Ind., Huntington North HS) closes out her time in Forester green and black with 1,045 career kills and 421 career blocks which lands her the third spot in the HU record books in blocking.

For the second straight season, senior Danielle Gurwell was named Second Team All-Conference. The 6-0 outside hitter was second on the team in hitting with 296 kills for 9th in the conference in total kills and 12th in kills per set (2.3). She also registered 75 blocks, for 18th among her conference peers, and 95 digs.

As a defensive specialist, senior Mikayla Carpenter is coming off her best season with 369 digs, for 14th in the league, and a .949 serving percentage that included missing just 20 of her 393 service attempts to earn a spot on the Honorable Mention Team. She also logged a team-best 644 receptions with a mere 27 errors for a passing accuracy of .958.

Junior Tailor Schultheis was also voted onto the Honorable Mention Team. The 5-10 outside hitter proved to be Huntington’s sparkplug throughout the season. She finished with 202 kills, 48 digs and 29 blocks.

A pair of Forester rookies were named to the All-Freshmen Team for their outstanding play this fall. Lauren Cresse (Fort Wayne, Ind.) quickly established herself as a force at the net. The 5-10 middle blocker finished second on the team in blocks with 93 which included 20 solos, which places her 11th in the league in total blocks and 16th in blocks per set (0.7). She also recorded 174 kills and a hitting percentage of .170.

Freshman Ariene Butler was also honored by the league for her skills as a defensive specialist. The Huntington native (Huntington North HS) collected 332 digs on the year to average 2.6 digs per set. She finished the year with a passing accuracy of .953 and serving percentage of .940 while topping the Foresters in aces with 20.

The Foresters wrapped up the year with an overall record of 13-21. They finished 6th in the regular season conference standings with a record of 7-11.

This Week in Forester Sports

November 13, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in Forester Sports Posted By: Sandy Marion

HOME:
Fr. Nov. 17 – W. Basketball Tournament @ 6PM/8PM
Fri. Nov. 18 – W. Basketball Tournament @ 1PM/3PM

AWAY:
Tues. Nov. 14 – M. Basketball @ Wright State University, Lake, OH @ 7PM
Fri. Nov. 17 – M. Basketball @ Grace College Classic @ 4PM
Sat. Nov.18– M. Basketball @ Grace College Classic @ 12PM

Go Foresters!!

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

November 13, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Hot shooting catapulted the HU women’s basketball team to a 79-69 win over Judson University Saturday afternoon at Lindner Fitness Center The win is Huntington’s fourth straight as Culler’s crew improves to 4-1 on the season.

The Foresters sizzled the nets to the tune of 58.7 percent (27-for-46) which included knocking down five of their 11 attempts from deep to shoot their way to a win in the Eagles’ home opener. While the visitors missed just seven shots in the final twenty minutes, their real bread and butter came at the line where they closed out the game with 11 straight to cruise to the win.

As a team, HU finished 20-for-27 from the charity stripe for 74.1 percent. The Eagles shot an even higher percentage, 18-for-21, but the Foresters’ stingy defense limited the hosts to just 36.1 percent from the field.

The Foresters played like they had just gotten off a three-and-a-half hour bus ride to open the game as Judson sprinted out to an 11-4 lead but Maddie Richer’s triple at the 6:45 mark finally brought some pep into HU’s step. It ignited a 10-2 run which included another long ball by Brooke Yoder for Huntington’s first advantage of 14-13 with just over three minutes left in the quarter.

While Huntington trailed at the first break, 20-16, a quick layup and three by Sam Hammel to start the second put HU back on top 21-20. It was the Sarah Fryman show the rest of the half as the 5-9 forward was a perfect 5-for-5 from the field and cashed in on all three of her freebies to pour in 14 points in the quarter to give her team a 45-38 advantage by the midway point.

The Eagles would pull within six in the third stanza but would get no closer the rest of the way as HU relied on balanced scoring and their free throw fest to close out the game for their third straight double-digit win.

Hammel established a new career high in her young Forester career with a game-best 21 points which included going 8-for-11 from the line. The 5-7 guard also bested the contest with six assists and four steals.

Fryman added 20 points while Brooke Saylor finished with 15. They each corralled four rebounds to lead HU on the glass. Richer tallied 13 points to go along with four assists and two steals to round out HU’s solid offensive outing.

Starlette Keen paced Judson with 19 points. Jayla Barrett and Emylyn Wright finished with 15 and 11 respectively while Maggie Mahar came off the bench to toss in 11.

The Foresters have the week off until their tournament when they square-off with Wright State University Lake on Friday at 8:00 p.m.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

November 13, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU men’s basketball team outlasted IU Northwest on opening night of the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament, 99-92, to advance to the championship game on Saturday where they will face Trinity International University at 3:00 p.m.

The Foresters have advanced to the championship game of this annual tourney every year of Coach Platt’s ten-year coaching career.

Huntington could do no wrong through the opening two-and-a-half minutes as they sprinted out to a 13-2 advantage with three different Foresters canning long balls to fire up an energetic home crowd. While Coach Platt’s crew cooled off after that, they still maintained a 13-point advantage of 25-12, the largest spread of the game, with 11 minutes left in the half.

However, a scoring drought ensued and the RedHawks took full advantage to draw the game’s first tie at 25s with just under eight minutes on the clock. It was the first of 12 ties and the start of 12 lead changes that were mainly contained in the next seven minutes.

Jovan Jackson’s freebie with 55 ticks left in the first half forced the 11th tie after which Mike Bush cashed in on two free throws and Kyle Platt drilled a three at the buzzer to give Huntington a 54-49 advantage at the halfway point.

Minus one possession at the midway point of the second stanza and a stalemate with six minutes remaining, the back-and-forth play was over as HU held a lead over their visitors for all but those few seconds to punch their ticket to the championship game.

While Huntington remained in control, IU Northwest stayed within striking distance as an eight-point spread was the biggest gap of the final twenty minutes. Several Foresters stepped up at different times to prevent any sort of heroic comeback by their visitors with the play of Tyler Arens highlighting the period.

After scoring 11 points through the opening twenty minutes, the 6-8 forward poured in 17 in the second half to finished with a game-best 28 points. He also collected 11 rebounds for the double double to go along with two blocks and two assists.

Mike Bush and Trevor Lockwood also did their part in the final frame to ensure the W. Each posted nine points in addition to Bush handing out five assists and Lockwood pulling down three of his team’s ten second half offensive rebounds.

Bush recorded 27 points and nine assists on the night while Lockwood added 11 points and six boards.

Rashad Richardson finished with 22 points as one of four RedHawks in double digits. Other scorers for IUNW included James Nabors with 15, Chris Dixson-Williams with 12 and Armoni Shorter with 11.

Both teams shot the ball similarly with HU connecting on 43.8 percent of their shots (32-for-73) while IU Northwest knocked down 44.7 percent of their attempts (34-for-76). Each squad drained 11 three-pointers but the discrepancy came at the charity stripe where Huntington went 24-for-32 while the RedHawks managed to go 13-for-19.

The Foresters won the battle of the boards 52-40 which included grabbing 19 offensive rebounds to the tune of 17 second chance points but the RedHawks committed fewer errors to finish with ten turnovers to HU’s 15.

With tonight’s win, Platt’s crew improves to 2-2 on the year while IU Northwest drops to 2-3.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

November 13, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Trinity International University’s big push in the final five minutes of play was enough to earn a 90-77 win and be deemed the 2017 Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament Champions over the Forester men’s basketball team Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.

With just two points separating the two teams, 75-73 advantage Trojans, with 4:36 on the clock, everything fell into place for the visitors as they cashed in on seven of their last ten possessions to enjoy a 15-4 run that made for the 13-point disparity by the final horn.

The end result was not indicative of the first 35 minutes of the game as the Foresters were the aggressors through the opening 20 minutes and into the second half. After jumping out to a 15-5 advantage behind eight points from Andrew Yoder, HU gave up the lead for a handful of possessions before closing out the frame on an 8-0 run for a 43-36 lead by intermission.

Scoring was a shared responsibility for HU in the first half as evidenced by eight Foresters finding their way into the scoring column and 15 of their 18 field goals assisted.

Huntington’s seven-point tilt was quickly erased to start the second half as the Trojans rattled off 11 straight points to seize the lead at 47-46. Five quick points from Mike Bush turned things back around for HU. Konner Platt’s bucket at the 14:34 mark grew Huntington’s lead to six at 55-49 but it proved to be a short-lived advantage as just over 60 seconds later the Trojans pushed in front 56-55 with 13 minutes to go.

HU would take the lead one more time and force the game’s third tie before Trinity International claimed a permanent advantage. That advantage stayed within two possessions for all but one trip up and down the floor for the next seven minutes until TIU’s near perfect final five minutes of play.

Tyrone Carey was Trinity’s main stay offensively as he topped all scorers with 31 points which included scoring five points in the final minute of play and not surprisingly, was voted the tournament MVP. He had plenty of help from brothers Greg and Jeremy Carlyle who scored 15 and 13 points respectively with each adding four points in the Trojans’ final spurt. Greg Carlyle also handed out a team-best six assists.

Thadeous Johnson logged his team’s only double double with ten points and a game-tying ten rebounds. O’Shae Williams, voted to the All-Tournament Team, added ten points to round out Trinity’s double digit scoring.  As a team, the Trojans shot 46.9 percent (30-for-64) from the field which included 13 three-pointers while connecting on 11 of their 16 free throws.

Bush led a balanced Forester attack with 14 points and a game-best nine assists. Konner Platt finished with 13 points with nine coming from long range. Yoder established a new career high of 12 points.  Tyler Arens also tossed in 12 to go along with a game-tying ten boards for his third double double of the year.

Bush and Arens were both named to the All-Tournament Team.

The Foresters finished 30-for-64 from the field for 46.9 percent. One-third of their field goals were long balls while they scored seven points from the charity stripe. Rebounds were a wash as both teams snagged 36 but the Trojans committed just 11 turnovers to HU’s 17.

HU (2-3) is back in action on Tuesday with their first road trip of the year to Wright State University Lake for a 7:00 p.m. tip-off with the Lakers.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

November 9, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Huntington women’s basketball team extended its win streak to three Wednesday night with a 77-64 win over Holy Cross College at McKenna Arena.

After coming up empty on its opening two possessions, the Foresters scored on seven straight for a 13-7 lead midway through the first quarter. They would go on to miss just three shots in the next five minutes to enjoy a 24-18 advantage at the first break.

Offense didn’t come quite so easily for Huntington in the second quarter as the Saints, who live or die by the three-pointer, spent the first six minutes outscoring their visitors by ten for a 34-30 lead. Nevertheless, there was no panic in Coach Culler’s crew as they spent the final four minutes countering with a 9-1 run spearheaded by back-to-back buckets by Cindy In’t Groen and a triple by Maddie Richer for a 39-35 halftime lead.

After dropping in three from long range through the first 20 minutes, Holy Cross matched that to start the third quarter with Tagin Schultheis accounting for all three in the opening five minutes to force what proved the 13th and final lead change of the game at 50-49.

Behind six points from Sarah Fryman, the Foresters scored 11 straight points for the game’s first double-digit difference with just over a minute and some change remaining in the quarter.

The Saints fired up another three that found nothing but the bottom of the net and Keysha Streater scored down low to get HCC right back in it at 60-55 to start the fourth. But it was in that final ten minutes that Holy Cross finally cooled off by going 3-for-15 from the field to score just nine points.

HU, on the other hand, connected on six of their nine field goal attempts and canned five of their seven freebies down the stretch to blow the game open by the final buzzer.

As a team, the Foresters shot over .500 for the game (31-for-58) which included going 4-for-10 from deep while scoring 11 points from the line. The Saints shot 41.0 percent from the field with half of their shots coming behind the arc where they went 9-for-30.

Huntington out-rebounded their hosts 37-26 behind Brooke Saylor’s game-best ten boards. The 5-10 forward also tossed in 16 points for her second consecutive double double.

After scoring just six points in the first half, Fryman exploded for 17 points in the final 20 minutes to finish with a game-high 23 points – a new career high. Sam Hammel came off the bench to add 12 points and snag a game-best four steals.

Schultheis topped her team with 21 points including 15 from deep. Streater poured in 17 points and Jessica Norris tallied 11.

The Foresters (3-1) are a perfect 6-0 against the Saints under the leadership of Culler. HU hits the road again on Saturday to tip-off with Judson University at 1:00 p.m. CST.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

November 9, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Earlier this fall the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) tabbed Huntington University Coach Lori Culler as the winningest active women’s basketball coach in NAIA Division II.

The HU veteran entered the 2017-18 season having accumulated 560 wins over the last 31 years for a win percentage of .607.

Culler’s teams have been distinctly successful on a number of levels. Her teams, which have won an average of 18 games during her tenure, have posted 23 winning seasons. Seven squads have brought home a conference regular season title, including five teams that that went undefeated through conference play.

Two teams were crowned NCCAA National Champions in 1991 and 1992. Under Culler’s leadership, the Foresters have made six trips to the NAIA National Tournament, finishing in the Sweet Sixteen three times.

Twenty-nine times her players have earned NAIA and/or NCCAA All-American honors, and on 70 occasions, players have received All-Conference honors, including two Conference Players of the Year honorees in Amy Bechtel (1999) and Miranda Palmer (2017).

The Foresters are currently 2-1 on the year. Next up is a trip to Holy Cross tonight for a 5:30 p.m. tip-off with the Saints.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

November 8, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

It was pesky defense that propelled the Huntington men’s basketball team to its first win Tuesday night, a 71-57 decision, over Lawrence Tech.

The Blue Devils entered the evening averaging over 76 points through its first two games but the Foresters made sure that didn’t happen in Platt Arena. HU limited their visitors to 32.2 percent shooting (19-for-59) which included holding Devonte Myles to just two field goals and six freebies for ten points, nearly 15 points under what he has been averaging.

Huntington’s defense was also relentless in the paint as they gave up just 18 points in the lane while swatting ten shots. Tyler Arens took charge inside by snarling a team-best seven rebounds while registering a career-best six blocks.

At the other end of the hardwood, a balanced attack characterized Coach Platt’s offense. Arens dropped in 18 points to lead the way. Mike Bush finished with 12 points and handed out a game-high nine assists while Konner Platt added 11 points.

As a team, the Foresters connected on 28 of their 60 field goals for 46.7 percent, which included nine from long range.

Arens got his team off to a good start by scoring seven of HU’s first nine points including a three at the top of the key at the 15:38 mark for a 9-6 advantage that was never relinquished. His triple sparked a 13-2 run that featured a pair of long balls from the Platt brothers and was capped off with a put back from Trevor Lockwood for a 19-8 lead by the midway point of the first session.

The teams traded baskets the rest of the half as the 11-point difference remained, 34-23, heading into intermission. Andrew Yoder, in his first collegiate start, scored five of his seven points in the opening two minutes of the second period to give Huntington its largest lead, a 39-26 tilt, up to that point.

It looked like a blowout in the making but the Blue Devils weren’t having it. Instead, LTU countered with a slew of threes. Alek Ivanovic drained three of his team’s four long balls over an eight-minute span to dwindle the lead to a single point at 43-42.

Behind Arens and Konner Platt, the hosts remained poised. Arens posted an and one while Platt buried one from deep to grow the lead back to seven just inside of ten minutes remaining. Six minutes later the advantage still stood at seven but it was all HU after that.

Arens and Platt each scored again and then Bush took the Foresters home by scoring seven of Huntington’s final nine points which included a pair of threes for the 14-point win.

Ty’rese Searless led Lawrence Tech with 20 points. In addition to Myles’ ten points, he also pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds for the double double.

Since Coach Platt took over the reins in 2008, the Foresters are a perfect 3-0 against the Blue Devils. With tonight’s win, HU is now 1-2 on the year as they look forward to hosting the annual Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament this weekend. The Foresters will face IU Northwest on Friday at 8:00 p.m.

This Week in Forester Sports

November 6, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in Forester Sports Posted By: Sandy Marion

HOME:
Tues. Nov. 7– M. Basketball vs Lawrence Tech (MI) @ 7:00 PM
Fri. Nov. 10 – M. Basketball, Hall of Fame Tournament @ 6PM/8PM
Sat. Nov. 11 – M. Basketball, Hall of Fame Tournament @ 1PM/3PM

AWAY:

Wed. Nov. 8 – W. Basketball @ Holy Cross College @ 5:30 PM
Wed. Nov. 8– Volleyball, Crossroads League Tournament TBD
Sat. Nov. 11 – Volleyball, Crossroads League Tournament TBD
Sat. Nov. 11 – W. Basketball @ Judson University (IL) @ 1PM (CST)
Sat. Nov. 11 – M. Soccer, Crossroads Championship TBD
Sat. Nov. 11 – W. Soccer, Crossroads Championship TBD
Sat-Sun. Nov. 11-12 – Bowling, Raider Classic-(Men) Beavercreek, OH; (Women) Kettering, OH @ 10AM/5PM

Go Foresters!!

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

November 6, 2017 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Forester women’s basketball team (1-1) topped Cornerstone University 71-66 on day one of the Crossroads League/WHAC Classic. HU will face their second WHAC opponent in Aquinas College tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at Platt Arena.

Tonight’s win was Huntington’s first of the year and made possible by their stingy defense. Culler’s squad gave up 66 points on 36.7 percent shooting. They limited their visitors to just 22 field goals with the other 19 points coming by way of the charity stripe.

Composure was also the key to HU’s success. A Sarah Fryman three-point play midway through the first quarter gave the Foresters a lead they would never give up. HU extended the lead to nine, 21-12, to open the second but the Golden Eagles rattled off the next eight points to close the gap to a single point before HU took a stand. Over the next seven minutes, Huntington gave up just five points to head into the locker room up 32-26.

After being strapped with foul trouble through the opening 20 minutes, Hailey Krewald came out guns a blazing to start the third. After a nifty assist to Brooke Saylor, the 5-7 sparkplug gave HU its first double-digit lead of the night with a ten-foot jumper at the 7:01 mark for a 41-30 advantage. She capped off the quarter by swiping a pair of steals for breakaway layups to increase the lead from six to ten.

The Golden Eagles didn’t go down without a fight as they trimmed the lead to two possessions on several occasions in the fourth but each time the Foresters answered.

Casey Morton found nothing but the bottom of the net on a long ball early in the quarter to squelch a CU run and five minutes later, Maddie Richer followed suit to deny Cornerstone any hopes of a heroic comeback. Fryman then connected on three of her four freebies in the final 15 seconds to close out the game for the five-point win.

Fryman was the only Forester to get to the line where she went 7-for-8 on her way to a game-tying 20 points. She also posted five rebounds, three assists and two steals for an all-around solid performance. Saylor recorded her first double double of the year with 12 points and a game-best 11 rebounds, five of the offensive variety.

Morton was a perfect 3-for-3 from long range in addition to scoring on a put back to finish with 11 points as HU’s third double-digit scorer. Sam Hammel handed out a game-high five dimes to go along with eight points.

As a team, HU finished 29-for-64 from the floor for 45.3 percent. They committed 14 turnovers to CU’s 17 but lost the battle of the boards 42-33.

Jesse Sheridan poured in 20 points for the Golden Eagles while Lizzy Otten tossed in 13 and Sydney Muller registered 11.

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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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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 …

MEN’S BASKETBALL

17 Jan 2018 | 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 …