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

Forester Men’s Basketball Off to Solid Start

Some highlights of the beginning of the team’s season. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer The 2019-2020 season for Huntington’s men’s basketball team looked rough as they were predicted ninth in one of the toughest conferences in the NAIA. With the chip that came from that prediction on their shoulders, the team has fought their way … Continue reading Forester Men’s Basketball Off to Solid Start

Forester Soccer Steals Crossroads League Tournament Again

Looking back at one of the team’s key accomplishments this season. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer In 2018, the Forester’s men’s soccer team took the Crossroads League tournament championship at #1 Spring Arbor to make it to the national tournament. This season, the same thing happened. The Foresters traveled to Spring Arbor, the #1 team … Continue reading Forester Soccer Steals Crossroads League Tournament Again

Can Forester Basketball Shock the NAIA in 2019-2020?

By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer Just last season, Huntington’s men’s basketball team finished seventh out of ten teams in the tough Crossroads League ⁠— a league that featured five ranked teams, three final four participants, and the national champion, Spring Arbor. For a team with a winning record to finish seventh, that’s rough.  With the … Continue reading Can Forester Basketball Shock the NAIA in 2019-2020?

Erlandson Earns Offensive Player of the Week

By Katie Sell, Staff Writer Jake Erlandson is a junior on the men’s soccer team here at HU. The starter center-back earned NAIA offensive player of the week for Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, after navigating the Huntington men’s team to victory with his game-winning goals twice in a row. His efforts collected a 1-0 … Continue reading Erlandson Earns Offensive Player of the Week