Despite Issues, Forester Baseball Remains “Hungry” For 2021 Season

Huntington’s baseball team has had to overcome more than any other program over the last year, including Covid-19, schedule issues, and head coach Mike Frame having to sit out this season. By Ryan Walker │February 15, 2021 It was Friday morning on March 13, 2020. Huntington University’s baseball team was ready to leave for Goshen … Continue reading Despite Issues, Forester Baseball Remains “Hungry” For 2021 Season

Nacho Poncio: From Tennis Player to Head Coach

By Sebastián Salas Staff Writter Ignacio “Nacho” Poncio became HU’s youngest head coach this season, leading the Men’s Tennis program to a well-fought fourth place in the conference. After wrapping up his exceptional tennis career with four All-Conference honors, the Argentinian graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2019 with a double major in Business Management and … Continue reading Nacho Poncio: From Tennis Player to Head Coach

Forester Baseball Classic

The baseball team ends their fall season with the Forester Classic.By Ryan Walker, Staff WriterWhen the leaves start to change color and the temperatures drop, this signifies the end of fall baseball at Huntington University. Daily practices end, Saturday scrimmages come to a close, and indoor work begins. But before we head inside for the … Continue reading Forester Baseball Classic

A Possible Season Title Win for Men’s Soccer

The Huntington University Men’s Soccer team is looking for the first regular season conference title since 1989. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer Yet again, the Foresters men’s soccer team is in the mix for the Crossroads League regular season title. Although HU has won the conference tournament for the last two seasons, they have not … Continue reading A Possible Season Title Win for Men’s Soccer

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