The NAIA #9-ranked Bethel College Pilots proved too much for the Foresters as they bounced HC from the MCC Tournament with a 3-0 victory.
Three Huntington College music students competed at the regional National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in mid-October.
The Foresters hosted their own invitational on the weekend and went 3-1 in the friendly confines of the Merillat Complex to finish second behind Goshen College.
Tina Wise, a choral music education major from Homer, Alaska., will present her senior recital on Saturday, November 6, at 7:30 p.m.
Devin Reed, a Huntington College youth ministry major from Akron, Ind., was recently honored at the 2004 “Realizing the Dream” banquet in Indianapolis.
Newly appointed assistant professor of theatre arts, David Shamburger, will make his Huntington College directing debut with Pippin.
The November 4, 2004, Focus on Excellence colloquium at Huntington College has been postponed until further notice.
The eighth-seeded Foresters and ninth-seeded Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats met for the second time this season with an opportunity to continue in the MCC Tournament riding on the outcome.
The Huntington College Board of Trustees recently elected David Tinkey to the position of Secretary of the Board.
Kelly Savage was recently elected to the position of Vice Chairman of the Huntington College Board of Trustees during its mid-October meetings.
The Huntington College Board of Trustees recently elected Mr. Edward E. Souers, CPA, as Chairman of the Board.
The semiannual Huntington College High School Mathematics Competition took place Wednesday, October 20, 2004, in Science Hall at Huntington College.
In keeping with tradition, Steve Platt, Huntington College Men’s Basketball coach, will give his annual preview of this season’s team at the upcoming Foundation Breakfast on November 10, 2004.
The Foresters battled the Marian College Knights, but came up short, losing 22-30, 33-31, 20-30, 27-30 to fall to 11-17 on the season and 2-5 in conference play.
Sarah Kaufman, a freshman from Ada, Michigan (Forest Hills Central High School), was named Mid-Central Conference and NAIA Region VIII Player of the Week for the week of October 18-24.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of October 18-24, 2004: Sarah Kaufman and David Callahan
The #6 seeded Foresters recorded their first ever MCC tournament victory with a 2-0 upset win over the #3 seeded Bethel College Pilots.
A Marian College goal with 11 minutes left to play gave the Knights a 2-1 lead that the Foresters could not overcome in their final regular season and conference match of the year.
The volleyball traveled to Savannah, Georgia for the Savannah College of Art & Design Invitational and went 1-3 on the weekend.
The Foresters closed their regular season schedule with a 3-2 loss to Indiana Wesleyan University.
The Huntington College Music Department will present Mozart’s Requiem at the Huntington North High School Auditorium on Tuesday, November 2, 2004.
The Huntington College Music Department will host the All-Area Music Student Recital 1 on Wednesday, October 27, 2004, at 4:30 p.m.
In the Championship game of the Huntington College Ness Bros. Hall of
Fame Classic, the Geneva College Golden Tornadoes upset the Huntington
College Foresters 92-90 in overtime.
Julie Rupp, a choral music education major from Addison, Mich., will present her senior recital on Saturday, October 30, at 3:00 p.m.
Down 2-1 at the half, the Foresters battled back with three second half goals to pick up the 4-2 come-from-behind win over the Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats.
In a physically and mentally challenging match, the Foresters fought hard and battled the Goshen College Maple Leafs to a scoreless draw.
Although the Foresters were a little sluggish after a couple days off, they were able to ground the Lady Falcons of Taylor University Fort Wayne in three straight winning 30-21, 30-28, 30-23.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of October 11-17, 2004: Jessica Kendall and Cody Hannie
The men's cross country team nipped both Wabash College and Earlham College to win the Manchester College Invitational.
Playing in their fourth consecutive overtime match, the Foresters were hoping to put one in the win column, but came away with a 1-1 tie against Asbury College.
For the second week in a row HC was upended by an MCC rival in sudden death overtime.
Next May, the College will award to Kendall its first degree in Environmental Science, a program that was established in 2002.
The Huntington College Board of Trustees voted tonight to change the name of the institution to Huntington University.
The Huntington College Peer Award has been passed on to two individuals for the month of October: Ms. Rebecca Coffman and Mr. Bob Kaehr
Abigail Barnes, a senior choral music education major from Huntington, Ind., will present her senior recital on Saturday, October 23, at 3:00 p.m.
For the third consecutive game, the Foresters found themselves in overtime and lost their sixth one-goal game of the season with their 2-1 defeat to Grace College.
The Goshen College Maple Leafs outlasted HC winning the match in five games 30-24, 30-24, 18-30, 29-31, 15-12.
Huntington College’s RichLyn Library will host Jim O'Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, at its fall Focus on Excellence colloquium.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of October 4-10, 2004: Heather O’Keefe and Andrew Porterfield
Jim O’Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, and Ned Kiser, vice president for advancement at Huntington College, will lead a seminar on “Economic Development,” focusing on the implications of economic development and the quality of life in a local community.
In a tight match, it was the play of Renee Biberstine that made the difference for the Foresters in their 31-29, 30-20, 30-28 win over Concordia University.
Despite owning the lead on three occasions, the Foresters couldn't put away Bethel College and fell 4-3 in overtime.
Dr. Mark Fairchild, professor of Bible and Religion at Huntington College, will teach Understanding Islam and Christianity, a fall Gateway course in the Huntington College EXCEL Program.
The Foresters concluded their fall season with a sixth place finish in
the MCC Conference Tournament.
The Foresters brought their fall season to a close with a sixth place finish in the MCC Conference Tournament.
Three Foresters secured first round wins in the women's MCC tennis tournament.
Brian Lambright was HC's bright spot in the opening round of the men's
MCC tennis tournament.
Parkview Huntington Hospital will be the topic of conversations at the upcoming Foundation Breakfast at Huntington College on Wednesday, October 13, 2004.
A fired-up Forester squad started the match with a 30-16 win in game one over the University of St. Francis and came up with enough big plays on crucial points to pull off the upset in four games.
The Foresters took the NAIA 15th-ranked Bethel College Pilots to double-overtime, but eventually gave up the game-winner with 3:25 left in the second extra period to fall 3-2.
Sarah Kaufman, a freshman from Ada, Michigan (Forest Hills Central High School), was named MCC Player of the Week for the week of September 27 - October 2.
The Foresters headed into their final conference match of the season hoping to gain enough ground to move into fifth place in the conference, which would earn them a spot in the NAIA Region VIII Tournament in the spring.
The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of September 27-October 3, 2004: Sarah Kaufman and Brian Lambright
A Forester sweep of the doubles matches, where all three could have gone
either way, led to HC's 8-1 rout of Franklin College.
The Foresters picked up two wins on the weekend, knocking off Taylor Fort Wayne 32-34, 30-20, 30-24, 30-17 and pounding Great Lakes Christian 30-16, 30-14, 30-17
The Foresters celebrated Homecoming with a 4-3 win over MCC rival Marian College.
The women’s tennis team again failed to capitalize in close matches and came up on the short end, losing 7-2 to Franklin College.
The Foresters hosted their fourth annual E. DeWitt Baker Invitational on Homecoming weekend.
In Homecoming ceremonies today, Huntington College Alumni Director Margaret Roush announced that Dawn Rae Smith has been named Alumnus of the Year. Roush also announced that Lola Lee Peters was selected to receive the College’s Distinguished Alumni Citation.
Playing on their home course, the Foresters finally put four scores in the 70's together for a 304 and finished second in the Forester Fall Invitational.
The buzz of a large Homecoming crowd gave the Foresters the edge they needed to pick up their first conference win of the season, a 1-0 decision over Taylor University.
The Huntington College student body crowned its Homecoming King and Queen during an evening ceremony on October 1, 2003, on the campus of Huntington College: Dwight Simon and Erica Nazarenus
Huntington College welcomed 18 new members into the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi in a convocation held today in the Merillat Centre for the Arts.