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Kaufman, Callahan earn Athletes of the Week honors

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Huntington, Ind. ” The Huntington College Athletics Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of October 18-24, 2004. Women’s soccer freshman Sarah Kaufman and men’s soccer junior David Callahan earned the honors for their outstanding efforts during the week’s competitions.

Sarah Kaufman
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Sarah Kaufman, a freshman from Ada, Mich. (Forest Hills Central High School), scored all four of the Foresters’ goals during the week to help lead the team to a 1-1 record. In Huntington’s 3-2 loss to Indiana Wesleyan University, Kaufman’s two goals were the most allowed by the Wildcats’ keeper in eight Mid-Central Conference (MCC) matches. In the Foresters’ second game of the week, a 2-0 upset win over #3-seeded Bethel College in the MCC tournament, Kaufman scored a goal in each half to lead Huntington to the program’s first-ever tournament victory. Huntington is currently 8-8 on the season and will travel to #2-seeded Spring Arbor University on Wednesday, October 27, for the 2:00 p.m. semi-finals of the MCC Tournament.

David Callahan
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David Callahan, a business management major from Huntington, Ind. (Huntington North High School), scored Huntington’s final two goals against Indiana Wesleyan University to ignite the Foresters’ 4-2 come-from-behind win. For the season, Callahan is the Foresters’ third leading scorer with six goals. Huntington is 6-8-2 on the season heading into the MCC postseason tournament this week. The #8-seeded Foresters will host the #9-seeded Wildcats of Indiana Wesleyan University on Thursday, October 28, at 2:00 p.m., to determine who will move on to play the top-seeded Bethel College Pilots on Saturday.

The Huntington College Foresters compete in 14 intercollegiate sports for men and women. In the past seven years, Huntington has produced 49 NAIA All-American honors and 91 All-American Scholar Athlete honors.