As a Forester, you will be challenged to grow physically by training and competition, mentally by developing stronger skills of determination, discipline, and focus, and ultimately, spiritually by growing in your relationship with God.
Whether you find yourself on a mission trip or in a fierce match against a conference foe, our desire is for all players to be prepared to make a positive impact on their families, workplace, and community by the time their tennis career has ended.
HU recognized for academic prowess
The Foresters posted a 3.202 team GPA last year to be named an NAIA Scholar Team
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - The 15th-ranked Panthers of Davenport University (11-9) left little doubt as to why they’re one of the top teams in the nation by dominating the Forester women’s tennis team 8-1 Saturday afternoon. With this loss, HU drops to 8-9 on the year. Playing at No. 1 singles for the first time this season, Constanze Golz picked up her team’s only win, a three-set thriller over Alyssa Fuentes. Morgan Bemisderfer gave Montserrat Elizondo all she could handle at #3...