Playing in their own tourney over the weekend, the Forester volleyball
team avenged a loss earlier this season to Lourdes College by sweeping
them in straight sets, 25-22, 25-18, 25-14.
In first round action of the MCC tourney, the #4-seeded Forester women's
soccer team grabbed a 2-1 win over #5 Grace on Saturday to advance to
Phil Vischer, best known as the creative genius behind the VeggieTales series, will be the featured speaker for the Forester Lectures Series on the Huntington University campus.
Huntington University will host two upcoming seminars to inform as well as provide demonstrations about the wonderful world of science.
The Huntington University Afternoon Concert Series presents the second All-Area Music Student Recital of the year.
The Nov. 2 election could bring drastic changes to the way the country is run both locally and nationally.
The HU women's soccer team suffered its third MCC loss of the season at
the hands of Marian University last night 1-0.
The Rev. Bill Fisher, dean of Christian faith and life at Huntington University, is stepping down from his position at the end of the school year after 18 years of service
Dr. Winfield Wetherbee along with mathematics student Jared Grandlienard plan to present their research, conducted over the summer, during a special seminar in the Science Hall on the Huntington University campus.
Hosting their last MCC match of the season, the Forester volleyball
team lost to the visiting Wildcats of Indiana Wesleyan 25-19, 25-14,
The Forester men’s and women's cross country teams competed in the
Great Lakes Challenge at Aquinas College on Saturday.
The Forester women's soccer team took care of business with a 4-3 win
over the visiting Cougars of Saint Francis on Saturday afternoon.
Finishing up regular season play with a trip to Chicago, the Forester
men's soccer team came up short, losing to Moody Bible Institute 3-1.
Dave & Dwayne Ministries Inc. is a Christian comedy act that strives to spread the love of God by filling the spirit of others with his joy.
The annual Huntington University High School Mathematics Competition is scheduled for Oct. 27 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts on campus.
Dr. Robert Lynn and Elizabeth Smith will present a duo music recital, featuring the sounds of the violin and cello, in Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts on Huntington University’s campus.
In an important matchup that meant the difference between a second or
third place spot in the MCC, it was the Cougars of Spring Arbor who
secured second place in the conference standings.
On an evening where three seniors were recognized for their commitment
to the HU volleyball program, the Foresters dropped a 3-0 decision to
#8-ranked Taylor University, 25-18, 25-21, 25-6.
In order to guarantee a spot in postseason play, the Forester men's
soccer team was in a must win situation against Marian University but
the Knights proved to be the spoiler as they outlasted HU 1-0.
Huntington University honors Breast Cancer Awareness Week.
Huntington University hosted the fourth annual Youth Entrepreneur Symposium. Sophomores, juniors and seniors from Huntington North High School participated in the day-long event.
The NAIA has recognized Huntington University with the Champions of Character Five Star Award.
The Annie Moses Band brings a blend of fiddle, jazz and classical influences “fused with soaring, folk-inspired vocals creates a sound that is both refreshing and familiar.”
Huntington University freshman Cendall Ogle (Warsaw, Ind., Warsaw High
School) was named the Mid-Central Conference (MCC) Runner of the Week
for the week of October 18-24, 2010.
Huntington University has named Kelly Savage the new chair of the Board of Trustees. She is the first woman to serve in that post in the university’s 113-year history.
After claiming the men’s singles ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis
Association) Midwest Regional Championship at Aquinas College two weeks
ago, HU freshman Vlad Khudziy earned an automatic bid to the 2010 ITA
National Small College Championships.
Playing in their third double overtime game of the season, the HU men's
soccer team came up short, losing to Saint Francis 3-2.
The HU women's soccer team picked up their second win of the week with a
4-1 decision over visiting Rochester College on Saturday afternoon.
The Forester volleyball team hosted a tournament on Saturday and
dropped both games in straight sets.
Running on a beautiful Friday afternoon, the men's and women's cross
country teams competed in the Wilmington College Fall Classic. The men
finished 9th out of 28 teams with 216 points while the women placed
10th out of 31 teams with 313 points.
Huntington University’s G. Blair Dowden and Jim O’Donnell will lead a roundtable discussion on “Taking Risks” during the Visiting Executive Seminar in the Habecker Dining Commons on campus.
The Huntington University Concert Choir invites individuals to join the choir as they team up with the Huntington University Orchestra for the 56th annual performance of Handel’s “Messiah.”
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) announced its post-season awards for
the 2010-11 women's tennis season.
The Huntington University Afternoon Concert Series presents the first All-Area Music Student Recital of the year.
A group of eight Huntington University students and one staff adviser will be traveling to Munster from Oct. 15 to Oct 19 during fall break to rebuild and tear down houses that were greatly affected by the flooding.
The Forester men's soccer team traveled to Spring Arbor on Wednesday
night and picked up a well-deserved 4-2 victory against the Cougars to
notch their first MCC win of the season.
The HU volleyball team continues to look for their first MCC win after
dropping a 3-0 decision (8-25, 10-25, 17-25) to the Knights of Marian
University on Wednesday night.
The Huntington University Department of Nursing and the Huntington County Department of Health will host a flu shot clinic on Oct. 27 in the university’s nursing lab, located on the lower level of the Science Hall.
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) announced its post-season awards for
the 2010-11 tennis season and three Huntington University Foresters were
among the list of honorees.
The Huntington University Women’s Auxiliary 20th Annual Garage Sale was held from 3 to 8 p.m. Oct. 22 and 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 23 in the HU fieldhouse.
The visiting Forester women's soccer team was a 4-2 winner over Bethel
College Tuesday night to notch their third MCC win of the season.
Huntington University’s Leadership Luncheon will take the examples of Gideon from the Bible to explore becoming a leader. The luncheon will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Oct. 27.
Christian author Dr. Will Samson will address “Can Christianity Change the World?” during the Forester Lecture Series at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts on Huntington University’s campus.
It was a perfect ending to a perfect season as the HU men's tennis team
went undefeated in regular season and capped it off by winning the MCC
The HU women's soccer team played under the lights at Indiana Wesleyan
and came up short against the #9-ranked Wildcats 2-0.
Despite playing in the friendly confines of home, the Forester
volleyball team dropped MCC games over the weekend to Grace College and
Hosting its annual E. DeWitt Baker Invitational, both Forester cross
country teams captured first place finishes.
Up against the top team in the MCC, the HU men’s soccer team grabbed a
1-0 lead but couldn’t hang on as the Foresters dropped a 3-1 decision to
As the top seed in the MCC tournament, the Forester men’s tennis team
advance to the semi-finals after beating Bethel 7-2 in first round
The HU women’s tennis season came to an end as the #6-seeded Foresters
dropped a 5-4 decision to Marian in first round action of the MCC
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for October were Scott Raymond, executive director of student success, and Ashley Smith, assistant director for media relations.
Up against a talented Taylor team, the HU women's soccer team took care
of business with a 1-0 overtime win against the Trojans.
The 30th-ranked Indiana University East volleyball team kept their
undefeated season intact with a 25-10, 25-19, 25-10 win against the
Foresters at Seton Catholic High School last night.
In the spirit of service and as a way to brighten the community, Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service sponsored Oktober Work Fest from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 9.
Huntington University inducted 24 new members into the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi during a convocation held Oct. 1.
Trailing Indiana Tech by five strokes after the first round of play, the
Forester golf team turned in an impressive 299 on day two of the
Cedarville University Invitational to capture the title with a 610 at
Beavercreek Golf Club in Beavercreek, Ohio.
The Huntington University student body crowned its Homecoming king and queen Friday during an evening eremony in Habecker Dining Commons.
After 110 minutes of soccer, the HU women’s soccer team had to settle
for a 2-2 draw against the visiting Lancers of Grace College on Saturday
The Forester volleyball team hit the road this weekend and fell prey to
Bethel and Goshen, losing both MCC matches in straight sets.
A rainy day didn’t stop the Forester women’s tennis team as they set up
camp at Westwood Racquet Club in Fort Wayne.
Playing in front of a homecoming crowd, the HU men’s soccer team was
hoping for a different ending as they dropped a 3-0 decision to Taylor
After adverse weather conditions forced a rain delay and change of
venue, the HU men’s tennis team wrapped up regular season play with a
6-3 win against Indiana University Southeast at the Wildwood Racquet
Club in Fort Wayne.