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Recording their lowest offensive output of the season, the Foresters (9-4) fell to the Warriors of Indiana Institute of Technology 48-44 in first round action at the Taylor University Holiday Classic.
Huntington University social work students are working hand-in-hand with the United Way to draw attention to a little-known source of help.
As Indiana’s public universities are responding to Gov. Mitch Daniels’ plan to cut $150 million from the state’s higher education budget, private colleges are also adjusting budgets in response to gloomy economic conditions.
Christian Academy of Indiana standout Drew Mattingly has signed his national letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University this coming fall.
Freshman guard Lauren Meese scored a career-high 17 points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds to lead the Foresters (9-3) to a 71-49 win over the Panthers of Ohio Dominican University.
Heading into the game against the University of Northwestern Ohio on November 24, Courtney Beerbower needed just 3 points to become the 18th player to join Huntington’s 1000-point club.
Amidst the chilly and windy weather conditions, the Foresters (8-3) traveled to South Bend and handed the Titans of IU South Bend (10-3) their first home loss with a thrilling 56-53 victory.
Behind solid free throw shooting and scrappy defensive pressure, the Foresters (7-3, 1-1) cruised past the Lancers of Grace College 82-62.
In March 2010, Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs will begin offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing for registered nurses.
Dr. Tim Smith, assistant professor of history, has been selected as the 2010 recipient of the Huntington University Research Fellowship
Despite only trailing for 2.1 seconds of the game, the Foresters (6-3) fall to the 23rd-ranked Taylor University 58-55.

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