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October 30, 2017 Sports Comments Off on VOLLEYBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

After an impressive 3-1 win over Mount Vernon on Friday, the Forester volleyball team came up short but turned in a quality performance against #25 Marian University Saturday afternoon in a 3-0 decision (-22, -20, -25) that favored the Knights at the MU Physical Education Center.

With this loss, HU drops to 13-19 overall, 7-10 in league play. With just Bethel left on their regular season schedule, Coach Shondell’s crew is sitting sixth in the CL standings.

Today’s win for the Knights (26-4, 16-2), the league’s regular season champs, marks their second victory over Huntington this season with the first dating back to September 23 when the Foresters took them to five sets, Marian’s only five-set win of the year.

Danielle Gurwell and Breanna Metz shared team-high kill honors with eight each. Josie Beaver added six kills to go along two solo blocks.

Jenna Tacosik ran HU’s offense to finish with a match-best 27 assists. Kate Cobb took charge of the backline with a match-high 21 digs. Ariene Butler posted 15 digs while Emily Hubby and Mikayla Carpenter tallied 11 and ten respectively.

The Foresters are back on the road on Wednesday to face the Lady Pilots at 7:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

October 26, 2017 Sports Comments Off on WOMEN’S SOCCER Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Playing in their last regular season home game of the year, the HU women’s soccer team defended King Stadium by holding #15 Marian University (13-2-2, 6-0-2) scoreless for a 0-0 draw on Wednesday afternoon to earn an all-important point in the race to the finish line.

With one regular season game remaining against Taylor on Saturday, the Foresters are currently tied for fourth in the league standings with the Trojans. After Spring Arbor and Marian, just one game separates the next five teams which means there’s a lot riding on Saturday’s results around the league.

Wednesday’s match was just the second time this season the Knights have been shutout, the first time dating back to August 22 against defending National Champions University of Northwestern Ohio.

While MU fired off 19 shots to HU’s six, both teams had several quality opportunities that just missed the mark. Marian, a squad that entered the contest outscoring their opponents 51-12, was paced by Kellie Cavanaugh who finished with nine shots, four on frame, while Brandi Spear and Matéa Knispel
each registered two for HU.

The shutout is Huntington’s sixth of the year and their fourth double overtime match. HU moves to 8-7-2 overall, 4-3-1 in league play.

“We came into this match knowing a great deal was on the line,” said Coach Burge. “Not only did we want to hold off a very strong offense in Marion, but we knew a loss would not be acceptable. The girls battled, possessed and communicated their way through an extremely tough 110-minute match.

“Although we obviously would have loved to bury a few of the great looks we had at the net, this result against a high ranking crew shows just how hard these ladies have worked this season and I’m extremely proud of them.”

The Foresters travel to Taylor on Saturday for the high stakes match slated to begin at 7PM.

MEN’S SOCCER

October 26, 2017 Sports Comments Off on MEN’S SOCCER Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

With one regular season game remaining, the Forester men’s soccer team slipped past Marian University Wednesday evening 1-0 to move into a tie for fourth with Goshen in the league standings.

For the Knights, it was their seventh one-goal loss of the year as they drop to 5-10 overall, 2-6 in conference play.

Huntington doubled up Marian in shots taken 12-6 and finally registered the game-winner when Valentin De Coninck served a ball into the box that Jake Erlandson got a head on for his sixth goal of the year with just over 11 minutes remaining. It’s the second straight game the freshman defender has found back netting.

Troy Hester picked up the shutout, his third of the year in goal. As a team, the Foresters have held opponents scoreless six times this fall.

“I am so proud of the boys for grinding out this result,” said Coach Lawson. “Marian is a very difficult team to break down with some weapons on the counter attack. We did a fantastic job on the defensive side of the ball for another clean sheet.”

HU wraps up the regular season with senior day on Saturday against Taylor at 2:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S GOLF

October 26, 2017 Sports Comments Off on WOMEN’S GOLF Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Forester women’s golf team brought home an eighth place finish from the Whistling Straights Intercollegiate to conclude the fall portion of their schedule. After posting a 357 on Monday, HU turned in a 401 on Tuesday to finish with a 758.

Playing in a field of 49 golfers, Betsy Schroeder claimed tenth by firing a 168 (83, 85) to pace her team. Alexandria Maris finished second for HU, 29th overall, with a 192 (89, 103). Leah Thompson posted a 196 (92, 104) for 35th. Megan Higgins placed 39th with a 202 (93, 109) while Sophie Frazier turned in a 225 (108, 117).

“The ladies did very well this week,” said Coach Sholund. “This was a strong field that provided us an opportunity to see where we are in our third year as a program.

“The Irish Course at Whistling Straits is a world class challenge and was a great opportunity for the players to learn what areas of their game need improvement under competition against top teams. We are certainly gaining confidence in our ability to compete and a strong offseason focusing on the right things will help us be even more competitive in the spring.”

Northern Michigan topped the leader board with a 667 followed by Taylor (675), Embry Riddle (677), Saint Francis (699), Cardinal Stritch (703), Viterbo (719), Holy Cross (751), HU (758), St. Xavier (797) and Sterling (842).

MEN’S GOLF

October 26, 2017 Sports Comments Off on MEN’S GOLF Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU men’s golf team wrapped its fall season with a 17th place finish at the Whistling Straits Intercollegiate hosted by Taylor University earlier this week. The Foresters fired a 321 on Monday and followed up with a 340 on Tuesday to start and end in the 17th spot out of 20 teams.

“This was a very strong field and an excellent opportunity for us to see where we stand competitively,” said Coach Sholund. “Overall, it was not a strong result for us but there were many positives we can take from it.”

HU was led by Luis Esteban who posted a 155 (77, 78) for 24th overall out of 100 golfers. Cale Carr turned in a 166 (76, 90) for 65th place. Andrew Weisheit carded a 169 (85, 84) for the 76th spot. Zakry Cummings finished 84th with a 172 (84, 88) while Chandler Rang scored a 175 (84, 91) to finish 91st.

Coach Sholund is optimistic about his group of guys. “I think a course as tough as Whistling Straits with the 25-35mph winds in which they played on Tuesday will reveal a player’s strengths and weaknesses. It did that for us this week and that is what we will focus on learning from. We have certainly showed growth this fall as a program and we are now ready to work hard in the off-season to continue that improvement.”

Texas Wesleyan took home the title with a 585 followed by UNOH (601), Northern Michigan (608), Taylor (618), Viterbo (620), Cardinal Stritch (621), Grand View (622), Embry-Riddle (623), Georgetown (625), Indiana Tech (629), Saint Francis (633), Holy Cross (635), Sterling (647), Central (650), Parkside (654), Grace (654), HU (661), Roosevelt (661), St. Xavier (678) and Concordia (706).

VOLLEYBALL

October 26, 2017 Sports Comments Off on VOLLEYBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Huntington volleyball team got off to a great start against #RV Indiana Wesleyan University (22-8, 15-3) Wednesday night before suffering a 3-1 loss, 20-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-18, to the Wildcats at Luckey Arena. The loss is HU’s second to IWU this year as they drop to 12-18 overall, 6-9 in league play.

The first set featured ten ties but the Foresters never trailed for the convincing five-point win. While the Wildcats won the next three, HU kept it close the rest of the way as the match featured 17 more ties and five lead changes.

“We came out great,” said Coach Shondell. “Truthfully, we were the better team at the start and end of each set. We just let our foot off the gas a few too many times.”

Lauren Cresse and Danielle Gurwell carried the Foresters offensively with 11 and ten kills respectively. Jenna Tacosik dished out a game-high 37 assists to go along with three kills, ten digs and her team’s only ace.

Kate Cobb tallied a game-best 26 digs while Emily Hubby registered 15 and Ariene Butler posted 14. At the net defensively, Cresse and Josie Beaver shared game-high blocking honors with 2.5 each. As a team, the Foresters out-blocked their hosts 10-6.

“Lauren was tremendous tonight,” said Shondell. “To have a match like that on a stage like that just shows you who she is and where she’s going.

With three regular season matches remaining, Shondell is pleased with where his team is headed. “The way we are starting to play is more than encouraging going into the home stretch of the season.”

Huntington will look to snap their four-game skid on Friday’s senior night at Platt Arena against Mount Vernon at 7:00 p.m.

Women’s Basketball Scrimmage

October 25, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Women’s Basketball Scrimmage Posted By: Sandy Marion

Come cheer on our Women’s Basketball Team while Crushing Hunger!

Men’s Basketball Scrimmage

October 25, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Men’s Basketball Scrimmage Posted By: Sandy Marion

Cheer on our Men’s Basketball Team while Crushing Hunger!

Women’s Basketball Scrimmage

October 24, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Women’s Basketball Scrimmage Posted By: Sandy Marion

Come cheer on our Women’s Basketball Team while Crushing Hunger!

Men’s Basketball Scrimmage

October 24, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Men’s Basketball Scrimmage Posted By: Sandy Marion

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BLOOD DRIVE — NOVEMBER 15

15 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

HU is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, November 15, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm in the Dining Commons, upper level. Students who volunteer to donate blood will be entered into a drawing for one of three $20 gift cards. Walk-ins are welcome. Thank you for your support.

Volunteer Hours

14 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Friesen Center

Don’t forget to submit your volunteer hours online. You can do that through the student portal by going to Students, Friesen Center and then click on Submit Volunteer Hours… it is that simple 🙂 Thank you!!!

$20 GIFT CARD

14 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Students who donate blood on Wednesday, November 15, will be entered into a drawing for one of three $20 gift cards. The blood drive is from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Please sign up in the DC over lunch or dinner this week. Walk-in donors are also welcome. Thank you …

General

GobbleGrams For Sale!

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Alpha Gamma Pi

Looking for a chance to thank your fellow HU students and staff this Thanksgiving season? Then get them a cookie Gobblegram Thursday & Friday during DC dinner! Just give the name and place of the person you are sending the gram to, write them a message, and pick the cookies …

Habecker Dining Services & Norms – Thanksgiving Break Hours

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Chartwells Food Services

Monday November 20, 2017- All Campus Thanksgiving Dinner 5:15 PM – 8:00 PM, Meals swipe will be accepted or cash or credit. Tuesday November 21,2017 – Habecker Dining Hours – 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Norms November 21,2017 – Will close at 2:00 PM Monday November 27,2017- Habecker Dining Commons …

RichLyn Library Thanksgiving hours

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Anita Gray

The Library will close for the Thanksgiving Holiday: Tuesday, November 21 at 6:00 pm. The library will re-open Sunday, November 26 at 6:00 pm – MIDNIGHT. End of the semester hours are then implemented for the next two weeks: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – Midnight; Friday, 8:00 am – …

Student Activities

Global Vision Meeting TODAY

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Katlyn Miller

Calling all students interested in missions! Global Vision will be meeting TODAY in the Forester Room in the Lower D.C. from 12-1. Justin Siemens, a HU alum, will be speaking about his coffee shop English ministry in Taiwan. Come out to hear more about what God is doing around our …

Discounted Pacers Tickets!!

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Morgan McCloughan

Are you interested in a night out with friends, family, or other students on campus? The Salesmanship students are selling discounted Pacers tickets, they can be purchased at http://www.pacersgroups.com/huntington/smith If you’re interested click the link and buy away! PROMO CODE: HUSMITH

Native American Heritage Month

16 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Multicultural Activities Council

This month MAC is celebrating Native American Heritage! Come out on the 19th of November to hear Mr. Robert Miller share about his heritage. There will be food and discussion so come on out and invite your friends! Let’s learn about and celebrate the first people of the United States!

Academic

Huntington University Female Major Choice Survey

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Emma Reese

We’re conducting research on college major choices of female Huntington University undergraduate students over the age of 18. We’d love to hear your opinions on this topic. This will help us to understand what areas different departments can improve upon. The survey should only take 5 minutes. You can only …

Thanksgiving Break, Final Exam, Etc.

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Cathy Trout

Thanksgiving Break is November 22, 23 and 24, and final exams are the week of December 11. Students should not plan to leave campus early for travel purposes. Our policy states that unless it is a family emergency, students are expected to attend classes the week prior to the break …

Honors Lecture Featuring Dr. Jeff Webb, Monday November 20th at 8pm

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Todd Martin

Join us Monday November 20, 2017, at 8pm to hear Dr. Jeff Webb present a special segment of the Honors Lecture series which focuses on “works in progress.” He will be speaking on his work that focuses on “Researching and Writing About Environment, Space, and Place in Indiana. The lecture …

Administrative

Student Satisfaction Inventory™ (SSI) invitation is in your HU E-mail

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Scott Raymond

DON’T FORGET TO DO THE SSI! In appreciation for your completing the ON-LINE survey linked in your e-mail, your name will be entered into a random drawing, before Thanksgiving Break (potential gas money!), to possibly receive $100.00 in cash, $50.00 in cash, or one of four $25.00 cash awards. We …

See David Phelps: $18

17 Nov 2017

LAST CALL! If you love Christmas music, get your ticket to see David Phelps in concert in the MCA on December 8! The student price: $18! That ticket price only lasts until Friday (11.17.17) at 5pm, so get your tickets now! In order to purchase your student ticket, you must …

Meal Plans for Spring 2018

17 Nov 2017 | Posted By: Student Life

Sophomore-Seniors: If you have registered for classes for spring 2018, you may make changes to your meal plan.  Please verify on the portal https://my.huntington.edu/ICS/Students/Student_Life/Meal_Plan_Changes/ that you are on the correct meal plan.  Changes to your meal plan for spring may be made until Thursday, February 1st.   No changes are …