Cross Country: Conference Champs

The men's team sweeps the conference championship on top. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer  November 7th marked an important feat for the men's cross country team.  Out of 10 teams, Huntington took the number one spot, claiming the champion title at the Crossroads League Championship.  Five foresters placed top 12 in the collegiate 8k: Adrien … Continue reading Cross Country: Conference Champs

X Country Recap

Katie Sell, Staff Writer Forester nation has dominated the cross country scene this season, sweeping CL runners of the week on multiple accounts.  Bullock invitational at the tail end of September earned HU runners a few new PR’s including Sovine and St. Peters.  Gibson Reece made his college debut at the top of the men's … Continue reading X Country Recap

Division I vs. NAIA: Is Money and Reputation Everything?

Several of Huntington University’s athletes transferred here from Division I schools and are making their mark in the NAIA. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer

Stoffel Hits the Ground Running

The transfer from IU has become one of the top female runners in the NAIA. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer Spring starts, but so does track season for Hannah Stoffel, junior exercise science major. She recently finished first in the individual NAIA women’s cross-country national championship with a time of 17:18.4 on the 5k – … Continue reading Stoffel Hits the Ground Running

Cross Country Running Competition Away

At this pace, they could be looking at running for a title by the end of the year. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer Huntington University's Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams are killing it so far in the 2019 campaign. Four first place finishes in just six meets between the teams has proved that the … Continue reading Cross Country Running Competition Away

Women’s cross country faces new changes

Under the leadership of new head coaches Nick and Lauren Johnson, the Lady Foresters are sowing the seeds of success for future years and are improving their performance from last year. Four runners returned from last’s year’s team and welcomed four new freshmen and two upperclassmen additions to the team. Since over half the team … Continue reading Women’s cross country faces new changes