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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.

home for sale

May 2, 2017 General Comments Off on home for sale Posted By: Kevin Miller

Home for sale by owner, located near stores and restaurants in College Park neighborhood, only three blocks from Huntington University. Home is located at 720 North Street, Huntington IN.

This is a three bedroom, two bath ranch home with attached garage and large fenced in yard with two storage sheds in yard. The home has a 15′ x 6′ enclosed porch and 1,384 square feet of living area with the following rooms:

– Living room 14.5′ x 12′

– Family room 15′ x 11′

– Eat in kitchen 14′ x 14′

– Master bedroom 14′ x 12′ w/ full closet

– Bedroom 11′ x 10′ w/ full closet

– Bedroom 11′ x 10′ w/ 1/2 closet

– Main bathroom 6′ x 6.5′ (full tub, sink and toilet)

– Bathroom 5.5′ x 4′ (shower, sink and toilet)

– Laundry room 6.5′ x 8′

– Utility room 6′ x 4′ (water heater and softener)

– Garage 18.5′ x 20.5′

For any questions about this home, call (260) 530-1369 after 3:00 p.m.

Still have Forester Bucks?

May 2, 2017 General Comments Off on Still have Forester Bucks? Posted By: HU Bookstore

We accept Forester Bucks in the HU Bookstore. Come in and spend them before they expire at the end of the semester! Use them on anything in the store except gift cards….even textbooks. Get more value out of your Forester Bucks by spending them on our new clearance items: North Face backpacks, Elf cosmetics, and more!

Conference on Nonviolence

May 2, 2017 Campus Ministries Comments Off on Conference on Nonviolence Posted By: Norris Friesen

The Victory Noll Center is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence training at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen nfriesen@huntington.edu for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

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.

Track & Field

May 1, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Track & Field

With the conference meet just a week away and this weekend’s unfriendly weather, the HU track and field team took just a handful of athletes, mainly throwers, to the first ever Lancer Invitational hosted by Grace College.

Senior Jean Donaldson brought home the Huntington women’s best finish of the day by claiming second in the hammer throw with her toss of 44.03 meters. Sophomore Brooke Saylor posted two fourth place finishes in shot put (9.78 meters) and javelin (29.12 meters). Freshman Holly Hutton also earned points for HU by turning in a fourth place performance in discus (33.07 meters).

Trinity Christian won the women’s title with 165 points followed by Grace (90), Saint Francis (77), Goshen (66) and HU (20).

Sophomore CJ Robertson earned 22 points for the Forester men. He posted a pair of second place finishes in long jump (5.83 meters) and the 200 meters (23.68). He also turned in a third place performance in javelin with a heave of 40.96 meters.

Zach Williams also placed in three events, taking third in discus (36.55 meters), fifth in shot put (11.86 meters) and sixth in hammer throw (40.94 meters). Codi Wiersema finished fourth in the 1500 meters by clocking in at 4:16.50 while Ben Gammon carded two sixth place finishes in shot put (11.19 meters) and discus (31.28 meters).

Grace won the men’s title with 285 points followed by Trinity Christian (58), Goshen (54), HU (37) and Saint Francis (35).

The Crossroads League Championships are slated for May 5-6 at Taylor University.

Softball

May 1, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball

The HU softball team picked up a pair of wins, 11-1, 8-1, in its twin bill with the Pilots of Bethel College (2-45, 2-34) Friday afternoon. The Foresters are currently riding a seven-game win streak as they improve to 27-16-1 overall, 22-12 in league play.

It was two convincing wins as the Foresters mercy-ruled their visitors in the opener to finish in five. After scoring five runs through the first three frames, Coach Gower’s crew exploded for six in the fourth to blow the game wide open.

Lairen Miller (15-8) gave up just three hits and an unearned run while striking out five for the complete-game win in the circle.

Offensively, HU finished with 12 hits with Camille Furrow going a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate to drive in three runs. Karley Blankenship added two hits and just as many RBI while Marty Harris also logged a pair of base pokes and an RBI.

Sabrina Bethel collected the game’s first RBI by drawing a walk with the bases loaded in the first for the early 1-0 lead. Natalie McGuire then doubled in Miller, who had opened up the second with a single up the middle, before making her way home compliments of Audra Klopfenstein’s single into shallow left-center.

Blankenship logged the first of her two RBI-singles in the third for a 5-0 advantage. The Pilots finally got on the board in the top of the fourth for a 5-1 difference but the inning belonged to the Foresters who sent 11 batters to the plate where they hammered out four hits and took advantage of two Bethel blunders and a hit batter to touch home six times.

The frame was highlighted by Furrow’s two-run double to deep left, Harris’ RBI-blast to that same spot and Blankenship’s second run-scoring single.

The rainy nightcap was never in question as Huntington raced out to a 4-0 lead after their first at bat. McGuire led off with a walk, advanced to second on Casey Lehman’s base poke into left-center and then scored from second on a steal and wild throw. RBI-singles by Miller and Joelle Beals accounted for runs #2 and #3 after which Beals eventually made her way home on a double steal to plate HU’s final run of the frame.

Bethel’s lone run came in the third to pull within three but their defense fell apart in the bottom of the inning with HU scoring twice on two different throwing errors while another run came by way of an Amber Klopfenstein sacrifice fly.

Huntington’s final run came in the sixth on another double steal but this time it was Bailey Funkhouser, after doubling to left-center and advancing to third on McGuire’s base-hit bunt, who scampered home while McGuire was caught in a run down between first and second.

Furrow earned the complete-game win on the mound, scattering three hits for a run while striking out three. The win is Furrow’s 12th of the year.

HU wraps up its regular season with a doubleheader at Spring Arbor tomorrow at 1:00 p.m.

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Conference on Nonviolence Training

3 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

The Victory Noll Center is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence training at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen nfriesen@huntington.edu for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

Conference on Nonviolence

2 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

The Victory Noll Center is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence training at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen nfriesen@huntington.edu for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

Conference on Nonviolence Training

1 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Victory Noll is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference a training will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen (nfriesen@huntington.edu) for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

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Interested in Summer Job still

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Laura Birch

SpringHill is in need of 21 male counselors among activity staff. Please apply at apply at springhillcamps.com and put in my name as a referral. It is the best summer you would look back on.

Orientation Parking

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Susanne Watson

Well over 200 new students will be descending on campus on Thursday, August 24. In hopes of making move-in as smooth as possible we are asking the following folks to park in designated lots around campus on Thursday only: Returning Students: PLEX Incoming New Students/Families: MCA, DC, Lower Livingston, and …

SGA Ice-Cream Social

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

This is an ice-cream social for all student leaders on campus. We just want to encourage you with ice-cream before you start your school year. Just bring yourself and be ready to eat ice-cream and enjoy others company

Student Activities

SGA Ice-Cream Social

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

This is an ice-cream social for all student leaders on campus. We just want to encourage you with ice-cream before you start your school year. Just bring yourself and be ready to eat ice-cream and enjoy others company

ABLE Peer Mentors Needed

9 May 2017 | Posted By: Erica Marshall

Peer mentors and student volunteers are an integral part of the Huntington University ABLE (Achieving Balance in Life through Education) program. The ABLE program is committed to providing a college experience for identified students (ages 18-24) with cognitive disabilities. Applications are now being accepted through May 10th and students can …

2017-18 daily planner events

8 May 2017 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

Every year students are given a daily planner with events that are scheduled for the academic year.  If you have anything you would like to see posted in the planner, please email the information to mpasko@huntington.edu by June 6, 2017.  If you could supply the following information (or at least …

Academic

Ictus 2017 Copies

10 May 2017 | Posted By: Sigma Tau Delta

The 2017 issue of Ictus is here! You can find them in the academic buildings, the dorms, and the HUB. Pick up your copy before you leave for summer break!

Computer Science Senior Presentation

8 May 2017 | Posted By: Jeff Lehman

The campus is invited to a Computer Science Senior Presentation by Ally Sowle and Racheal Jaworkski Tuesday May 9th at 1 pm. in Science Hall room 150. They will present the website they created for Claymore Manor Bed and Breakfast.

Department of Visual Arts Senior Exhibit and Reception, Saturday, May 6

5 May 2017 | Posted By: Melissa Duffer

The Department of Visual Arts would like to invite you to view the Senior Exhibit currently on display in the Wilson Gallery. Join us on Saturday, May 6, 6-7:30pm in the Wilson Gallery to honor the graduating seniors: Courtney Lierman, Colin Madden, Larkayla Mosley, and Michaela Winger. Refreshments will be …

Administrative

Parking decals, IDs, planners, etc.

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

The student life office, located upper level of the HUB, will be open 1:00-5:00 PM on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27 for students to pick up parking decals, IDs, planners, etc. The regular business office hours are Monday-Friday 8A-noon and 1-5 PM. Please email mpasko@huntington.edu, if you have …

SGA Representatives

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

Hello everyone! Our Student Government Associations (SGA) is looking for individuals to be representatives for this upcoming school year! We are an organization that strives to be an accessible body of students that serve as an avenue for the voices of their peers. We are looking for: 1 international rep, …

Habecker Dining Services – Labor Day Weekend Hours

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: June Frederick

Friday September 01, 2017 – Habecker Dinning Breakfast: 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM Lunch: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Dinner: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Norms Place – Friday September 01, 2017 10:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Reopen Tuesday September 05, 2017 – 10:45 AM Saturday September 02, 2017 – …