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May 8, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Baseball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The top-seeded Forester baseball team took care of business in opening round of the Crossroads League Tournament with an 11-1 win in eight innings over 8th-seeded Bethel College (20-21) Saturday afternoon at Forest Glen. Next up for HU is a 12:00 p.m. matchup with the winner of the Taylor/Goshen game on Monday at home.

The win not only sends Huntington into the next round of the Crossroads League Tournament, but also marks a significant milestone in the coaching career of head coach Mike Frame. The win is Frame’s 800th win of his 33-year career at the helm of HU the program.

To date, Frame has posted 800 victories against 664 losses. Along the way, Coach Frame has guided the Foresters to eight regular season conference championships and seven tournament conference championships. His teams have earned three bids to the NAIA World Series. He has coached 12 NAIA All-Americans and five of his players have gone on to play professionally.

As has been the case all year, pitching was impressive for Frame’s crew. Freshman Mason Shinabery tossed the first seven frames and gave up just four hits, one run and a walk while striking out seven to pick up the win before Tarrin Beach offered an inning of scoreless relief.

Offensively, the Foresters (30-11) scored early and often to jet in front 7-0 after two. Two mighty swings of the batt accounted for six of the runs as Dylan Henricks cranked one out of the park in the first, a three-run blast over the right field fence, and then Shea Beauchamp duplicated that effort by sending his over the left field fence in the second.

Just prior to Beauchamp’s 12th dinger of the year, Adam Roser singled in Tyler Zimske who had led off the inning with a walk. Both teams scored in the fourth with HU’s coming by way of Beauchamp’s sacrifice fly to make for the 8-1 difference by the midway point.

Things were quiet until the bottom of the eighth when HU took advantage two walks and a hit batter to load the bases. A wild throw led to Frame’s squad scoring twice inching them within a run of mercy ruling the Pilots. Bethel took a chance in intentionally walking Beauchamp to load the bases once again but Henricks, batting clean-up, made them pay with an RBI-single to extend the gap to ten and cut the game short.

The Foresters outhit Bethel 11-6. Adam Roser finished 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI while Beauchamp and Henricks added four RBI each.

Track & Field

May 8, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Track & Field Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Three Foresters earned All-Conference honors over the weekend at the 2017 Crossroads League Track & Field Championships hosted by Taylor University.

Senior Jean Donaldson topped the list by repeating as a double All-Conference honoree in hammer throw and javelin. The Peru native took 3rd in the hammer with a heave of 44.36 meters before posting a 2nd place finish in javelin with a mark of 36.50 meters.

Junior Nicole Pennington earned an All-Conference badge in the 200 meters by clocking in at 26.15 seconds. She also earned points in the 100 meters by finishing fourth in 12.80 seconds.

Classmate Samantha McCoy also clocked in at 12.80 in the 100 meters and was awarded 3rd place for a spot on the All-Conference Team.

Pennington and McCoy teamed up with Michelle Kelsey and Molly Mitchell to earn four points for HU by finishing 5th in the 4×100 meter relay (49.77) and then went on to run the 4×400 meter relay with Mitchell and Aspen Dirr to claim 6th with a time of 4:18.94.

Junior Paige Coolman placed in three field events to earn eight points for her team. Her season-best toss of 38.50 meters in discus earned her 6th place. She claimed 5th in javelin by posting a mark of 33.15 meters and then took 8th in shot put with a PR heave of 11.50 meters.

Kelsey also had a solid outing in field events for the Foresters. She tied for 5th place in high jump with a leap of 1.45 meters after which she collected 5th in triple jump with a mark of 10.11 meters.

As a team, the Huntington women claimed 6th with 53.5 points. Marian edged past IWU to claim the title with 181 points. Wesleyan finished with 176.5 points followed by Taylor (155.5), Spring Arbor (90.5), Bethel (73), HU (53.5), Grace (26), Saint Francis (22), Mount Vernon (19) and Goshen (15).

The HU men finished 9th overall. Brooks Gerke was a double point-getter for Coach Childs’ crew. He finished 5th in pole vault (4.30 meters) and tied for 8th in high jump (1.80 meters).

Avniel Barrow was the only other Forester to claim points in an individual event. He sprinted to a 6th place finish in the 100 meters by crossing the line in 11.26 seconds.

Huntington’s scoring was rounded out by two relay teams. CJ Robertson, Barrow, Bradey Gerke and Adam Woods ran to a 5th place finish in the 4×100 meter relay in 43.33 seconds. The foursome of Michael Bowman, Nick Childs, Elston Jones and Codi Wiersema teamed up in the 4×800 meter relay to clock in at 8:44.93 good for 8th place.

Marian also claimed the men’s title with 192 points followed by Bethel (163.33), IWU (127.67), Taylor (113.33), Grace (89), Mount Vernon (57.33), Goshen (31), Spring Arbor (28), HU (13.33) and Saint Francis (4).

Softball

May 4, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Crossroads League announced its 2017 softball awards and among the list of honorees is a pair of freshmen in Lairen Miller and Casey Lehman and junior Audra Klopfenstein.

Miller tops the list for the Foresters having received All-Conference honors in addition to being named the Newcomer of the Year. The rookie pitcher was thrown into the fire this year and wasted little time acclimating.

The Goshen native (Fairfield HS) has accumulated 16 regular season wins to date and boasts a 2.30 ERA while holding opponents to a .293 batting average. Miller has pitched 158 innings, striking out 62 batters while giving up 187 hits and a mere 16 walks. She currently has the second most wins in league play with 15 and ranks second among her conference counterparts in innings pitched (158) and walks allowed per game (.71).

Miller has also made a name for herself at the plate where she claims a .369 batting average and has posted 24 hits, four for extra bases, and nine RBI.

Joining Miller on the All-Conference team is classmate Casey Lehman.

Lehman (New Palestine, Ind., New Palestine HS) currently carries a team-best .417 batting average and has slugged out a team-leading 60 hits, which includes 18 doubles, three triples and two dingers, to rank 6th and 5th among her league peers. The rookie catcher also leads the team in total bases with 90 (2nd in the league), slugging percentage at .625 (4th in the league) and RBI with 34 (8th in the league).

Behind the plate defensively, Lehman boasts a .989 fielding percentage and has thrown out 13 base-runners.

Junior Audra Klopfenstein (Archbold, Ohio, Pettisville HS) earned her second consecutive Honorable Mention All-Conference badge. The speedster leads the Foresters in steals with 19 for the 7th spot in the league standings in addition to topping HU in runs scored with 38.

Klopfenstein ranks second on the team in hits (52) and slugging percentage (.457). She tops the league, along with Lehman, in triples and sits 9th in runs scored and 12th in hits per game (1.13).

Softball

May 4, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Things didn’t go as planned for the 4th-seeded HU softball team as they made an early exit from the Crossroads League Tournament Wednesday afternoon. After suffering a disappointing 5-1 decision to 5th-seeded Grace College, the Foresters lasted 11 innings against 8th-seeded Spring Arbor University before suffering a 7-6 loss in an elimination game to bring an end to their otherwise successful season.

The Foresters wrap up the year with an overall record of 29-18-1.

Against the Lancers, Huntington struggled through the first five innings to find themselves in a 3-0 hole. Not only were their bats quiet, but they also committed two costly errors that resulted in two unearned runs.

HU finally found home in the sixth with plenty of help from the Lancers but it was too little too late. After back-to-back walks and a groundout that moved both runners into scoring position, an infield error allowed one run to score. It pulled the Foresters within two at 3-1 but Grace would go on to touch home twice in the seventh to balloon the lead to 5-1. Their advantage stood as HU’s only offense in the bottom of the frame was Karley Blankenship’s single into left.

Lairen Miller took the loss for HU giving up eight hits, five runs, three of which were earned, and a walk while striking out three.

Game two had a similar feel in that Huntington got off to a slow start. After five scoreless innings, Camille Furrow finally got her team on the board with a solo shot over the left field fence, her fifth homer of the year. Her dinger knotted things up at 1-1 but SAU responded in their half of the frame to score twice to reclaim the lead at 3-1 heading into the seventh.

It was do or die for the gritty Foresters and they responded. Blankenship led off with a triple down the left field line before coming home on Casey Lehman’s RBI-single. A SAU error landed Audra Klopfenstein on base and after stealing second, she and Lehman scored on Miller’s single through the right side for the go ahead at 4-3.

The Foresters were three outs from a dramatic come-from-behind win but the Cougars had other plans as they manufactured a run in their half the frame to extend the game to extra innings. Little did anyone suspect, the game was far from over.

After a scoreless eighth, the Foresters came up with some big hits in the ninth to piece together another impressive rally for a two-run advantage of 6-4. Natalie McGuire and Lehman opened up with a double and single respectively and then both made their way home on Klopfenstein’s two-run single through the hole at second.

Once again, SAU had an answer. They combined timely hitting and a Forester error to plate two unearned runs and keep their upset hopes alive. Two innings later, that hope became reality as a walk-off single by Savannah Weaver in the 11th brought the game to a screeching halt.

Miller was charged with her second loss of the day. Furrow tossed the first six innings, giving up nine hits, four runs and two walks while striking out one before being relieved by Miller who surrendered six hits, three runs, only one of which was earned, and two walks in 4.1 innings on the mound.

HU finished with 14 hits with Lehman posting four of them and an RBI while Miller recorded three hits and two RBI. Marty Harris added a pair of hits while Klopfenstein drove in that many runs.

For Spring Arbor, today’s win was their first win over Gower’s squad this season as the Foresters swept the Cougars 4-0 in regular season action.

Women’s Golf

May 3, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Women’s Golf Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Huntington women’s golf team wrapped up the year Tuesday at the Crossroads League Championships at Eagle Eye Golf Club where they finished ninth by firing a 1206 (392, 413, 401) over the two-day 54-hole event.

Betsy Schroeder paced the Foresters with a 269 (86, 91, 92) to finish 26th overall out of ## golfers. Leah Thompson finished in a tie for 30th by turning in a 276 (91, 88, 97). Sophie Frazier contributed a 325 (104, 122, 99) while Sarah Scott carded a 344 (111, 120, 113) and Alayna Steely added a 349 (122, 114, 113).

“This was a rough two days for our young team,” said Coach Pete Schownir. “I thought the morning round wasn’t too bad Monday but the afternoon round was awful.

“The weather turned and Eagle Eye is a tough enough course anyway. Tuesday was in the 40’s and windy, which led to high scores all over. When no one in the field breaks 80 in the final round, conditions are indeed difficult. Even though our team had nothing to play for, they still tried their best and their conduct was exceptional. I truly believe this program will jump up in the Crossroads League in the next couple of years.”

Sitting in third after the first round, Taylor came back to claim the league title by posting a 1007 followed by Indiana Wesleyan (1011), Marian (1012), Saint Francis (1014), Bethel (1048), Grace (1064), Spring Arbor (1119), Mount Vernon (1142) and HU (1206).

Baseball

May 2, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Baseball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The #24 HU baseball team wrapped up the regular season in convincing fashion Monday afternoon with a 13-2 blowout over Goshen College (23-27-1, 11-16). With this win, the Foresters improve to 29-11 overall, 22-5 in league play. Coach Frame’s crew has scored at least ten runs in six of their last 13 contests.

Scheduled to be a nine-inning contest, it was cut one inning short by way of the mercy rule. Things didn’t start out that way; however, as the Maple Leafs cashed in on two of their four hits to jump in front 2-0 after the first frame.

But the Foresters were quick to turn the tides. After drawing even with GC in the second on RBI-hits by Adam Roser and Will Coursen-Carr, HU took a comfortable 6-2 lead in the next frame and kept adding to their total for the lopsided win.

Huntington relied on small ball to touch home four times in the second as four different Foresters registered run-scoring singles.

Coursen-Carr, one of the Foresters who posted an RBI-single in the second, struck again in the fifth with a two-run blast over the center field fence. He would go on to collect a single in HU’s three-run seventh to finish a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate to go along with four RBI.

Adam Roser highlighted the seventh with HU’s second two-run dinger of the afternoon. Roser’s, like Coursen-Carr’s, cleared the center field fence. To date, nine different Foresters have logged a four-bagger this season.

Enjoying an 11-2 advantage heading into the eighth, TJ Lindstrand and Dylan Henricks each knocked in a run with a double and single respectively to extend the gap beyond ten after which Caleb Landrum retired three consecutive Goshen batters in the bottom of inning to end the game early.

Landrum tossed the eighth, Connor West pitched the previous two innings and DJ Moore (7-1) got the start and win, pitching the first five frames to give up two hits, two runs and a walk while striking out three.

HU finished with 18 hits on the day. In addition to Coursen-Carr’s four hits, Roser added three hits and four RBI. Henricks also logged three hits to go along with an RBI.

The Foresters enter the conference tournament as the top seed and will host #8 Bethel on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. in the opening round.

Softball

May 2, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Huntington University freshman Casey Lehman had a banner week and for her efforts was named the Crossroads League Player of the Week for the week of May 1, 2017, as announced earlier this afternoon.

The rookie catcher hit for the cycle in HU’s 15-2 win over Spring Arbor on Saturday. She blasted her first pitch over the left-field fence in the top of the first to start HU’s scoring extravaganza. Her double came in the second on a shot up the middle.

Lehman would go on to knock in run in the third with a single into the gap in right-center and topped off her historic outing by tripling in three runs in the fourth. Lehman picked up where she left off in the nightcap against SAU, posting three hits, which included her second dinger of the day, and an RBI to wrap up the week.

For the week, Lehman batted .667 by going 16-for-24, eight for extra bases, to help guide the Foresters to six wins. She drove in eight runs and scored nine times in addition to logging two stolen bases.

Lehman currently ranks in the top ten among her league peers in seven different offensive categories which includes ranking sixth in batting average (.417), fourth in slugging percentage (.625), sixth in hits per game (1.33), eighth in runs batted in (34), second in doubles (18), first in triples (3) and second in total bases per game (2.0).

The Foresters (29-16-1, 24-12) are currently riding a nine-game win streak heading into the Crossroads League Tournament slated to begin on Wednesday at top-seeded Marian University. HU enters the tourney as the #4 seed and will face #5th-seeded Grace College at noon.

Baseball

May 2, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Baseball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The #24 HU baseball team wrapped up the regular season in convincing fashion Monday afternoon with a 13-2 blowout over Goshen College (23-27-1, 11-16). With this win, the Foresters improve to 29-11 overall, 22-5 in league play. Coach Frame’s crew has scored at least ten runs in six of their last 13 contests.

Scheduled to be a nine-inning contest, it was cut one inning short by way of the mercy rule. Things didn’t start out that way; however, as the Maple Leafs cashed in on two of their four hits to jump in front 2-0 after the first frame.

But the Foresters were quick to turn the tides. After drawing even with GC in the second on RBI-hits by Adam Roser and Will Coursen-Carr, HU took a comfortable 6-2 lead in the next frame and kept adding to their total for the lopsided win.

Huntington relied on small ball to touch home four times in the second as four different Foresters registered run-scoring singles.

Coursen-Carr, one of the Foresters who posted an RBI-single in the second, struck again in the fifth with a two-run blast over the center field fence. He would go on to collect a single in HU’s three-run seventh to finish a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate to go along with four RBI.

Adam Roser highlighted the seventh with HU’s second two-run dinger of the afternoon. Roser’s, like Coursen-Carr’s, cleared the center field fence. To date, nine different Foresters have logged a four-bagger this season.

Enjoying an 11-2 advantage heading into the eighth, TJ Lindstrand and Dylan Henricks each knocked in a run with a double and single respectively to extend the gap beyond ten after which Caleb Landrum retired three consecutive Goshen batters in the bottom of inning to end the game early.

Landrum tossed the eighth, Connor West pitched the previous two innings and DJ Moore (7-1) got the start and win, pitching the first five frames to give up two hits, two runs and a walk while striking out three.

HU finished with 18 hits on the day. In addition to Coursen-Carr’s four hits, Roser added three hits and four RBI. Henricks also logged three hits to go along with an RBI.

The Foresters enter the conference tournament as the top seed and will host #8 Bethel on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. in the opening round.

Softball

May 2, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Huntington University freshman Casey Lehman had a banner week and for her efforts was named the Crossroads League Player of the Week for the week of May 1, 2017, as announced earlier this afternoon.

The rookie catcher hit for the cycle in HU’s 15-2 win over Spring Arbor on Saturday. She blasted her first pitch over the left-field fence in the top of the first to start HU’s scoring extravaganza. Her double came in the second on a shot up the middle.

Lehman would go on to knock in run in the third with a single into the gap in right-center and topped off her historic outing by tripling in three runs in the fourth. Lehman picked up where she left off in the nightcap against SAU, posting three hits, which included her second dinger of the day, and an RBI to wrap up the week.

For the week, Lehman batted .667 by going 16-for-24, eight for extra bases, to help guide the Foresters to six wins. She drove in eight runs and scored nine times in addition to logging two stolen bases.

Lehman currently ranks in the top ten among her league peers in seven different offensive categories which includes ranking sixth in batting average (.417), fourth in slugging percentage (.625), sixth in hits per game (1.33), eighth in runs batted in (34), second in doubles (18), first in triples (3) and second in total bases per game (2.0).

The Foresters (29-16-1, 24-12) are currently riding a nine-game win streak heading into the Crossroads League Tournament slated to begin on Wednesday at top-seeded Marian University. HU enters the tourney as the #4 seed and will face #5th-seeded Grace College at noon.

Baseball

May 1, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Baseball

The #24 HU baseball team (28-11, 21-5) took care of business Friday night at J. Harold Yoder Field by running away with a 16-2 win over Maple Leafs of Goshen College (23-26-1, 11-15) in the nightcap to clinch sole possession of the Crossroads League regular season title.

As the league champs, the Foresters have locked in a spot at the 61st Annual NAIA Baseball World Series. Opening round is slated for May 15-18. HU will play at one of nine opening round sites to be announced shortly after the conference tournament.

HU has claimed eight regular season league titles during Coach Frame’s tenure and three trips to NAIA National Championships.

After suffering a 4-3 loss in the opener, the Foresters made sure game two ended much differently. Coach Frame’s squad spent the first four frames building a 10-0 lead. Both teams scored a pair of runs over the middle innings before the visitors erupted for five more runs in the eighth to mercy rule their hosts.

The lopsided affair is the eighth time this year HU has won by double digits.

The Foresters pounded out 16 hits with Will Coursen-Carr and Adam Roser posting some big numbers. Coursen-Carr sent two over the fence on the way to logging three hits for two RBI in addition to drawing two walks. Roser went 4-for-5 at the plate and collected five RBI.

Tyler Zimske registered his second homer of the year, a two-run blast, in the second while Shea Beauchamp drove in three runs in that same frame with one-crack of the bat – a double into deep left-center.

Dalton Combs also made his presence known offensively. He finished with two hits and three walks, scored three times and registered an RBI. As a team, Huntington drew eight walks while striking out four times.

Mason Shinabery (4-2) spent the first six innings on the mound and gave up seven hits, two runs and a walk while fanning six for the win. Tarrin Beachy finished things by giving up just one hit in two innings of scoreless relief.

Game one was one the Foresters would like to have back as they outhit Goshen 10-7 but couldn’t translate it into a scoreboard advantage. The Maple Leafs scored a run in four of the first five frames to quietly ride out the win.

HU’s only lead came in the second inning. TJ Lindstrand scored on Goshen’s only error of the contest, a wild throw, after which Dylan Henricks tripled in a run for a 2-1 advantage. Two frames later, the Maple Leafs were back on top 4-2. It stayed that way until the sixth when Michael Crowley clobbered his first pitch over the left field fence but it wasn’t enough to prevent the upset.

Tanner Wyse was charged with the lost. He tossed 5.1 innings and gave up seven hits, four runs, three of which were earned, while striking out seven.

The Foresters are back at it tomorrow for a single-game with the Maple Leafs. Opening pitch slated for 1:00 p.m.

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20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Layla bb Solms || Campus Ministries

INDICATE YOUR TOP 3 choices for small groups: Thursday after the Chapel service we will have selection papers with descriptions of each small group. Here’s a brief listing to get you thinking! REV. ARTHUR WILSON: Glory Days by Max Lucado DARYL SINGLETON: Becoming A Leader by Myles Munroe ANNA-KAY LEVY: …

BLOOD DRIVE — SEPTEMBER 20th

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Huntington University will be hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross on Wednesday, September 20, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm in the Habecker Dining Commons, upper level. Please consider donating to help areas that have been devastated by hurricanes in Texas and Florida.

ONE ISLAND — TWO SPRING BREAK TRIPS

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

If you missed the informational meeting last night but would like additional information on spring break opportunities, please contact Andrew Cherry (cherrya@huntington.edu) in the Campus Ministries Office in Livingston Hall.

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December LSAT registration reminder!

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Kate Brown

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Police Safety Tips

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Chief Justin Faw

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20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: HU Music Dept.

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20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Beth West

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20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Alpha Chi

The following students have achieved the highest academic honor on campus of being elected to the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, and will each be introduced in an Induction Ceremony at 11:11 am on Friday, Sept. 22, in the Longaker Recital Hall of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. …

December LSAT registration reminder!

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Kate Brown

This is just a friendly reminder that, if you plan on taking the December LSAT (December 2, 2017), the deadline for registration is October 18, 2017. For more information, please see: https://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/test-dates-deadlines/2017-2018/us-canada-dec –The History and Political Science Department

Alpha Chi Induction

19 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Alpha chi

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