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

The #RV HU women’s basketball team suffered its worst loss of the season Wednesday evening at Odle Arena compliments of #16 Taylor University (20-9, 13-4). The Trojans got the job done on both ends of the court to hand the Foresters a 69-51 loss.

Taylor boasts the league’s second most potent offense and that rang true against the Foresters as they opened up an early double-digit lead behind their go to Kendall Bradbury and never looked back. The 5-11 forward, currently ranked #2 in the NAIA in scoring with her 23-point average, scored the hosts’ first six points on the way to posting a game-high 23 points.

It was a night that everything seemed to be clicking for TU as their defense was just as effective. They limited kept Culler’s crew to just 33.3 percent shooting (17-for-51) for the game while forcing 19 turnovers for 23 points to make for the lopsided affair.

Hailey Krewald’s first of three first half triples just over a minute into the contest gave Huntington its only lead of the night at 3-2. The Trojans countered with 11 unanswered points to hit the first double-digit lead of 13-3 midway through the quarter.

While HU gave up just two points over the next five minutes to close to within two by the first break, it didn’t take TU too long to establish another ten-point advantage in the second quarter. Once that happened, there was no going back as Taylor’s lead camped in double digits, extending to as many as 23 in the second half, before the 18-point spread by the final buzzer.

Sarah Fryman finished with 12 points to lead Huntington. Krewald scored 11 points, all in the opening twenty minutes, to go along with a game-best eight rebounds and four assists. Maddie Richer posted 11 points, three assists and two steals.

In addition to Bradbury’s 23 points, Cassidy Wyse and Aubrey Wright added 12 and 11 points respectively for the Trojans.

With one regular season game remaining, a home game with Mount Vernon on Saturday, Huntington (16-12, 9-8) is sitting fifth in the league standings.


February 14, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

It was a barn burner in Odle Arena Tuesday night as the HU men’s basketball team played spoiler to Taylor University’s senior night by handing the Trojans a 102-99 loss in overtime. The W avenges an 82-69 loss to TU earlier this year.

Big plays characterized the entire evening but there was none bigger than senior Mike Bush’s buzzer-beating contested three to end an emotion-packed evening of basketball.

The 5-7 playmaker had been at it all night so it wasn’t too surprising when his shot, well beyond the arc, found nothing but the bottom of the net just seconds before Mason Degenkolb’s step back 18-footer knotted things up for the 11th time.

The extra period wasn’t the only drama of the night as the last minute of regulation had both sets of fans on the edge of their seats. With 44 ticks remaining, Bush beat his man off the dribble for an easy lay-in for what many thought was a comfortable lead at 90-83.

Ryan Robinson quickly answered by scoring in the paint to make it a five-point game and then the unthinkable happened. Four straight missed free throws by the Foresters left the door cracked for the Trojans and Robinson went through it.

The Hamilton (Ohio) native knocked down his third trifecta of the night to pull his team within two before Degenkolb snaked his way through the lane for a game-tying layup with 0.4 seconds remaining to send the Trojan fans into a frenzy and the game into overtime.

While momentum certainly favored Taylor heading into the extra period, the tides turned shortly after when James McCloud was whistled for the game’s third technical foul with 2:22 to go.

Konner Platt calmly sank both free throws to give his team a 96-94 advantage. McCloud’s T came just after Degenkolb had made a shot and was fouled but before his free throw so after the 6-0 sophomore guard completed the and one, Devon Merder, who had been relatively quiet all night offensively, buried his only trey of the night with the shot clock expiring to extend Huntington’s lead to four at 99-95 with a buck thirty remaining.

Taylor kept things interesting by rattling off the next four points for the 99-99 deadlock before Bush’s heroics pushed HU beyond the century mark for the win. The Foresters are a perfect 3-for-3 in OT games this season.

The first half favored the hosts as the Foresters went more than five minutes without a field goal to turn a one-point game of 17-16 into a 31-16 disparity with just over eight minutes left in the half. The lead ballooned to 16, 43-27, five minutes later but then began HU’s hunt to get back in it. Behind six points from Trevor Lockwood, the Foresters pieced together a 15-4 run to close out the frame for a 47-42 halftime score.

The Trojans held onto the lead through the first 11 minutes of the second period until Merder cashed in on a fast break layup to give Huntington its first lead at 71-69 since the 13:35 mark of the first half. A dogfight ensued as the game saw four more lead changes and five ties until the final buzzer.

Bush was one of three Foresters to carry the scoring load for Platt’s crew. He claimed game-high scoring honors with 31 points. He also dished out 12 assists for his third straight double double in addition to swiping five steals.

Trevor Lockwood was a force to be reckoned with in the paint at both ends of the floor. The 6-8 big man tossed in a career-best 28 points on 13-for-17 shooting. He also pulled down a career-high 12 rebounds, six from each end, and swatted four shots. Konner Platt also dropped in 28 points as the trio accounted for 87 of their team’s 102 points.

Merder added 11 points and grabbed eight boards for Huntington.

Lockwood’s counterpart, Jake Heggeland, also posted big numbers with a career-high 28 points for the Trojans to go along with nine rebounds. Robinson collected 23 points and five assists while Degenkolb finished with 19 points.

HU wraps up the regular season on Saturday by hosting Mount Vernon at 3:00 p.m.


February 13, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

For the second time in his Forester career, senior Mike Bush earned the Crossroads League Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors as announced earlier today.

Bush led HU to a lopsided 97-71 upset over #3 Saint Francis last Tuesday. The South Bend native finished with a game-best 20 points to go along with 12 assists, five rebounds and a steal. In last week’s two games, he averaged 21.0 points, 13.5 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 1.0 steals, while shooting 61.5 percent from the floor and 55.6 percent from beyond the arc.

The 5-7 playmaker tops the NAIA in assists per game with his 8.2 average. Bush also tosses in 16.4 points per night in addition to collecting 2.7 rebounds. His pair of double doubles last week upped his season total to eight.

The Foresters (11-17, 7-9) face Taylor on Tuesday and wrap up the regular season by hosting Mount Vernon on Saturday. Platt’s crew is currently sitting in a three-way tie for sixth in the league standings.

This Week in Forester Sports

February 12, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in Forester Sports Posted By: Athletics

Sat. Feb. 17 – W. Basketball vs Mt. Vernon Nazarene University (OH) @ 1:00 PM
Sat. Feb. 17 – M. Basketball vs Mt. Vernon Nazarene University (OH) @ 3:00 PM

Tues. Feb. 13 – M. Basketball @ Taylor University @ 7:00 PM
Wed. Feb. 14 – W. Basketball @ Taylor University @ 7:00 PM
Fri.-Sat. Feb. 16-17 – Baseball @ Reinhardt (GA) @ 2PM/1PM
Sat.-Sun. – Feb. 17-18 – Bowling @ Annual Hoosier Classic; Western Bowl; Indianapolis, IN @ 7:15AM/7:15AM

Go Foresters!!


February 12, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on INDOOR TRACK & FIELD Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Competing at the first ever Crossroads League Indoor Invitational hosted by Indiana Wesleyan over the weekend, the HU men’s track team finished 9th while the women took 8th.

Adam Woods claimed the Foresters only 1st place finish by winning the men’s heptathlon with 3,837 points and for his efforts received All-Conference honors.

Peyton Depriest turned in a PR by clocking in at 50.68 in the 400 meters good for 5th place. Avniel Barrow also posted a new personal best in the prelims of the 60 meters with a time of 6.98 on Friday. In the finals on Saturday, he clocked in at 7.09 to earn 7th place.

Bradey Gerke brought home a 7th place badge in triple jump. His mark of 40-11 landed him the 6th spot in the HU record books. Huntington also earned a handful of points in the 4×400 meter relay (7th, 3:32.04) and 4×800 meter relay (8th, 8:20.68).

Indiana Wesleyan claimed the men’s title with 151 points followed by Taylor (128.5), Bethel (126.5), Marian (110), Mount Vernon (81), Spring Arbor (63), Grace (52), Saint Francis (24), HU (21) and Goshen (8).

Nicole Pennington earned points for the Huntington women in two events. She finished 4th in the 60 meters with her time of 8.09 and 8th in the 200 meters by running a PR 27.26. Benedicte Nzombi-Fenner also ran the 60 meters where she finished 6th in 8.19.

Elise Cormany and Alyssabeth Cottle each soared 8-11.25 in pole vault to claim 5th and 6th respectively. Molly Mitchell took 6th in the 400 meters by clocking in at 1:02.83. Breanna Metz rounded out points collected in an individual event with her 8th place leap of 4-07.25 in high jump.

The Foresters placed 7th in three relays which included the 4×400 meter relay (4:22.89), 4×800 meter relay (10:53.70) and the distance medley relay (14:18.11).

Taylor won on the women’s side with 179 points followed by Indiana Wesleyan (162), Marian (134.5), Spring Arbor (101.5), Bethel (66), Saint Francis (46), Mount Vernon (45), HU (26) and Goshen (7).

HU has one more indoor meet, Anderson University’s Fred Wilt Invitational, on February 24.


February 12, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Coming off an impressive 97-71 upset over #3 Saint Francis earlier in the week, it looked like the HU men’s basketball team was picking up where they left off Saturday against #RV Marian University as they enjoyed a lead through most of the contest before suffering a 95-88 loss.

It was a 40-minute scuffle that came down to the final stretch where the Knights (19-9, 9-7) made the necessary plays to collect their third straight win and slip into a tie with Bethel for the third spot in the league standings while the Foresters (11-17, 7-9) fall into a three-way tie for 6th.

With the game knotted at 88-88 with 1:38 remaining, Marian did no wrong as Reggie Kissoonlal scored on either side of a Christian Stewart long ball to account for the game’s final seven points while at the other end of the court, HU came up empty on its final three possessions.

Despite the disappointing ending, Coach Ty Platt liked what he saw this afternoon. “This was a tremendous college basketball game. Unfortunately, we got beat, but it was a war all day.

“Our guys played their tails off. Marian hit a couple of huge threes in the final few minutes to provide them with the win, but I couldn’t be prouder of how hard we played and how much we laid it on the line today.”

The Foresters have been shooting the ball extremely well and this weekend was no exception as they logged their seventh straight game of shooting at least 50.0 percent. Platt’s crew connected on 32 of their 61 attempts for 52.5 percent which included going 11-for-23 from long range.

The Knights enjoyed a two-minute lead early in the contest after which Huntington’s shooting was too much for the hosts to contain as they cashed in on nine of their 11 threes in the opening frame to climb on top by as many as 12, 40-28, before heading into the locker room with an eight-point lead of 50-42.

The Foresters added to their advantage with a 7-2 run to start the second half for the game’s largest discrepancy of 57-44 but over the next five minutes, the visitors got stuck on 57 and the result was predictable. By the 13:53 mark Marian had closed to within one but Tyler Arens finally broke Huntington’s scoring drought with two of his 12 points at the 13:01 mark to up HU’s lead back to three at 59-56.

The battle ensued as it was a two-possession game the rest of the way with Huntington finally giving up the lead with just over four minutes to go. The seven-point final score proved to be Marian’s largest advantage of the day and came with 12 ticks remaining.

It was a balanced attack for Huntington with four Foresters scoring between 5-9 points in those last 13 minutes. Twelve of HU’s final 29 points came from the charity stripe.

For the Knights, they relied on their big three in Wes Stowers, Kissoonlal and Sterling Brown as each scored in double digits. The hosts canned six of their 11 threes in the final 13 minutes with Stowers hitting half of them.

Mike Bush dropped in a team-high 22 points and handed out 15 dimes for his eighth double double of the year. Trevor Lockwood also logged a double double with 21 points and ten boards. Konner Platt added 20 points. He was a perfect 4-for-4 from beyond the arc.

Stowers, the league’s leading scorer and 11th most prolific scorer in the NAIA, lived up to his billing by pouring in 35 points in addition to posting six assists and two steals. Kissoonlal tossed in 24 points and corralled 12 rebounds. Sterling Brown and Christian Stewart added 17 and 12 points respectively.

“Marian is not an easy place to play,” said Platt. “It basically came down to the fact the Wes Stowers played really, really well and they scored on their last couple of possessions where we didn’t.

“Our team is playing very good basketball and we look forward to this HUGE week ahead.”

The Foresters face Taylor on Tuesday and wrap up the regular season by hosting Mount Vernon on Saturday.


February 12, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The #RV HU women’s basketball team took one on the chin Saturday afternoon by suffering a 66-50 loss to #5 Marian University (26-2, 15-1). With two regular season contests remaining, the race to the finish line continues as today’s loss puts the Foresters in a tie for fourth with Grace.

It was a sluggish first half that did the visitors in. The two-time defending national champions can turn the smallest of advantage into huge gain and that’s exactly what happened through the opening twenty minutes. MU converted five offensive rebounds into nine points and outsprinted their visitors after misses for eight easy points – the exact difference at intermission.

Despite being down 36-20 heading into the third quarter, Huntington didn’t back down from the challenge. But things got worse before they got better as the Knights doubled up HU 48-24 by the 5:50 mark. The final six minutes saw six different Foresters put points on the board and the pay-off was impressive as HU outscored their hosts 18-3 the rest of the quarter to trim the deficit to single digits at 51-42.

Sarah Fryman’s second triple of the day early in the fourth made for an eight-point game at 53-45 but it’s as close as things would get as HU managed just five points the rest of the way to make for their worst loss of the year.

Both teams finished the second period with 30 points. Fryman collected 12 points and four assists to lead HU. Brooke Saylor tossed in 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds. She also had a pair of assists, steals and blocks.

Hailey Krewald netted ten points and grabbed nine boards to tie Saylor for game-high rebounding honors.

The Foresters shot 38.8 percent from the field (19-for-49) while the Knights posted a shooting percentage of .444 (28-for-63). Despite a hard fought, physical game, the two teams combined to shoot just 12 free throws with HU going 6-for-7 and Marian finishing 4-for-5.

Kellie Kirkhoff topped all scorers with 19 points. Dejah Cyrus added 18 points. Joana Soeiro handed out a game-best 11 dimes to go along with six points, six rebounds and four steals.

HU (16-11, 9-7) heads to #16 Taylor on Wednesday for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off with the Trojans.


February 8, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The #RV Huntington women’s basketball team completed the regular season sweep over #25 Saint Francis Wednesday night with a 78-73 upset over their visitors. It’s HU’s fourth sweep of the year as they’ve also nabbed a pair of wins against Bethel, Spring Arbor and Goshen.

While the Foresters have claimed defense as their lifeblood all year, anyone at Platt Arena on this given night would contend that their offense is nothing to sneeze at either. Culler’s crew tickled the twine at a clip of 62.0 percent to finish 31-for-50 from the field for their best shooting outing of the season.

Contributions were across the board as five different Foresters registered double digits.

Sarah Fryman led the charge with 20 points, missing just one shot all night. Casey Morton came off the bench to net a career-best 17 points which included a trio of threes and a pair of critical freebies with 21 seconds remaining.

Brooke Saylor, despite playing just a handful of minutes in the second half, posted her 15th double double of the year with 16 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. She also redirected four USF shots and like Fryman, missed just one shot on the night.

Hailey Krewald and Sam Hammel finished with similar numbers. Both scored 11 points and dished out three assists with Krewald logging two steals to Hammel’s one.

Saint Francis jumped out to a nine-point lead five minutes into the contest. Ninety seconds later, the lead remained at nine but unbeknownst to anyone, it would prove to be the visitors’ largest lead of the night. The league’s second leading scorer in Kara Gerka was responsible for USF’s red-hot start.

The Fishers native scored eight points during the spurt with the last nine-point disparity, a 16-7 tilt, coming at the 3:24 mark.

Morton countered by burying two from downtown to close out the quarter and reduce the gap to five, 22-17, by the first break. It was a brawl the rest of the way with no more than two possessions separating the two teams until the final five minutes when Saylor took matters into her own hands.

Saylor played just three minutes in the fourth quarter but she was the clear difference-maker. The Foresters, up by four when she checked in with 6:23 remaining, found themselves sitting pretty at the 3:29 mark when she fouled out as their advantage had stretched to 12 at 72-60. The 5-10 forward scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds during her three-minute tear.

The cushion was necessary as the Cougars rattled off the next seven points for a 72-67 difference inside of a minute to go. The lead would dwindle to just three over the next 40 seconds as HU struggled at the line by going 2-for-4 but Morton again came to the rescue by converting both her free tosses to up the lead to five at 76-71. Fryman put the finishing touches on the win with two more freebies with ten ticks remaining before Lindley Kistler scored at the buzzer for her 24th point of the evening.

Gerka added 20 points for the Cougars while Savannah Buck finished with six treys for 18 points. The 5-6 point guard also handed out a game-high six dimes, tracked down three offensive rebounds and sniped two passes.

While the Cougars shot well below their season average by going 23-for-62 from the field for 37.1 percent, their performance from downtown was impressive. After going 9-for-16 in the first half, USF knocked down three more in the final 20 minutes to finish with a season-tying 12 threes. They also buried 15 of their 17 free throws.

Huntington committed twice as many turnovers as their visitors but came out ahead on the glass, 36-25.

With this win, Culler’s crew (16-10) takes sole possession of 4th place in the league standings with a 9-6 CL record while the Cougars (16-11, 8-7) drop into a tie for the 5th spot with Grace.

HU is back in action on Saturday when they road trip to #5 Marian for a 1:00 p.m. tip-off with the two-time defending national champions.


February 7, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on MEN’S BASKETBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

From start to finish it was the Forester men’s basketball team’s most dominant performance of the year as they blew out #3 Saint Francis 97-71 Tuesday night in front on an amped up home crowd.

The W is HU’s third upset in league play as they knocked off Indiana Wesleyan, ranked 4th at the time, on December 2 and Bethel, ranked 13th at the time, on January 23.

With three regular season games remaining, Huntington (11-16, 7-8) is now sitting in a three-way tie for fifth with Spring Arbor and Mount Vernon. The loss drops the Cougars to 22-5 overall, 12-3 in the conference for a share of the top spot with Indiana Wesleyan in the standings.

After shooting lights out in the opening twenty minutes, the Foresters got even hotter in the second half to complete the upset. Platt’s crew sizzled the nets at a clip of 60.6 percent in the first half which included going 9-for-15 from downtown to open up 53-28 halftime lead.

The hosts missed just seven shots in the final frame on the way to shooting 72.0 percent for the period (18-for-25) to record their biggest blowout of the year at 26 points.

Most impressive about HU’s play in the second period was the ability to keep their foot on the accelerator. Their composure never wavered as USF closed the gap to 17 but would get no closer as Huntington remained firmly in control throughout the contest to hand the Cougars their largest margin of defeat since 2012 when they lost to Oregon Tech 100-67.

The preseason Crossroads League Player of the Year Bryce Lienhoop was the first to score to give Saint Francis its only lead of the night after which Platt’s crew wasted little time bolting ahead. Tyler Arens was a one-man wrecking crew as he dropped in ten straight points for a 10-2 difference three-and-a-half minutes in.

Ninety seconds later Mike Bush scored on a USF turnover to up the lead to double digits, 14-4, where it stayed the rest of the evening. The 5-7 playmaker did a little bit of everything for his team by finishing with 20 points, 12 assists and five rebounds.

Konner Platt tossed in 19 points with all but four of his points coming from long range to go along with four assists. Arens finished with 16 points. Trevor Lockwood tallied the game’s only double double with 13 points and ten boards. He also handed out four dimes and swatted three shots.

Zac Owens was perfect in his 20 minutes of PT by going 5-for-5 from the field, including a three, and 1-for-1 from the charity stripe for 12 points. The rookie guard also scooped up five rebounds and dished out two assists. Devon Merder was Forester No. 6 to score in double digits with 11 points.

Lienhoop topped Saint Francis with 19 points. Chandler White collected 17 points while Stephen Turner came off the bench to add 11 points and corral a team-best six rebounds.

The Foresters finished 38-for-58 from the field for 65.5 percent while limiting USF, ranked 8th nationally in field goal percentage, to 43.8 percent (28-for-64). HU cleaned up on the boards, 35-23, but while committing 13 miscues to USF’s nine.

The Foresters road trip to #RV Marian on Saturday for a 3:00 pm. tip-off with the Knights.

This Week in HU Sports

February 5, 2018 Sports News Comments Off on This Week in HU Sports Posted By: Athletics

Tues. Feb. 6 – M. Basketball vs University of Saint Francis @ 7:00 PM
Wed. Feb. 7 – W. Basketball vs University of Saint Francis @ 7:00 PM

Fri.-Sat. Feb.9-10 – Track @ Indiana Wesleyan University @ 11AM/10AM
Sat. Feb. 10 – M. Tennis @ Albion College @ 10 AM
Sat. Feb. 10 – W. Basketball @ Marian University @ 1:00 PM
Sat. Feb. 10 – M. Basketball @ Marian University @ 3:00 PM
Sat.-Sun. Feb. 10-11 – Bowling @ Trailblazer, Terre Haute Bowling Center, Terre Haute, IN 10AM/5PM

Go Foresters!!

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20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: David E. Alexander

Our very own, Dr. John Noble will deliver the annual Faculty Forester Lecture on April 24th. Don’t miss it! Chapel Credit is available. Here are the details: Lecturer: Dr. John Noble, Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion, Huntington University Title: “Hagar: A Paradigm of Retribution and Redemption for the Alien.” …

Senior Showcase – This Saturday

19 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. Saturday, April 21. ADMISSION IS FREE!!! Presenting selections from great American plays and musicals: GYPSY, LUCKY STIFF, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, RABBIT HOLE, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, and more!

Senior Showcase – this Saturday

18 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

Don’t miss the Theatre Department’s Senior Showcase this Saturday, April 21 at 7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. Admission is FREE!!! Come support our graduating seniors as we celebrate their work over the years.


Campus Update

20 Apr 2018

The Spring Board of Trustees will take place on April 19 – 20 in different locations on campus. Dr. Emberton will provide an update to the campus community on Tuesday, April 24 at 4:00 p.m. in Hiner Hall. All faculty and staff are invited to attend this session.

HU calendar events

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

If you can’t remember the date of events on campus, you can always check the HU calendar at www.huntington.edu/events.

Senior Showcase – this Saturday

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

What are you doing Saturday night? 7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. ADMISSION IS FREE!!! Program will last about 50 minutes, followed by a reception for our seniors in the MCA lobby Presenting selections from great American plays and musicals: GYPSY, LUCKY STIFF, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, RABBIT HOLE, A STREETCAR …


Expressions of Thanks

27 Feb 2018 | Posted By: Greg Smitley

Thank you for the flowers, cards, personal visits, thoughts and prayers for our family over the loss of my beloved father, Charles Smitley Your generosity, kindness, and thoughtfulness have been a great encouragement. “The memory of the righteous will be a blessing…” Prov. 10:7

Princess and Superhero Academy

1 Feb 2018 | Posted By: Melanie Park

If you know a child who would love to be a princess or superhero for an afternoon, be sure to check out this fund raiser being sponsored by the Viking Volume show choir at Huntington North High School. See the flyer for more details including information for online registration.

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.

Sports News


20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU baseball team is adding a very special player to its roster by “adopting” two-year old cancer patient Teddy Nix as part of the national Friends of Jaclyn program. Teddy will be signing his HU Letter of Intent on Thursday, April 26, at 5:45PM at Forest Glen Park. The …


20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU softball team split its twin bill with the Cougars of Spring Arbor (17-21, 11-15) Thursday afternoon at Cougar Field. After suffering a 6-3 loss in the opener, the Foresters bounced back with a 5-3 win in the nightcap. Gower’s crew split with SAU at home as well to …


19 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU baseball team opened up its regular season series with #RV Taylor University (32-10, 12-5) Wednesday afternoon at Forest Glen with a 9-1 loss to the Trojans. The Foresters have struggled a bit as of late having lost four of its last six contests. Frame’s crew got off to …