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

Playing with P.O.T.S.

Play, pass out. Play, pass out. This pattern was soccer life for Amanda Burge after she developed P.O.T.S. her senior year of high school, a condition that causes the heart and brain to not communicate. Despite her medical symptoms, family asking her why she wouldn’t just quit and disheartening doctor’s recommendations, Burge continued to play — and later coach — the game she loved. By Courtney Borton, Contributor | Dec. 12, 2016

Dowling Makes the National Power Soccer Team

HU film student David Dowling will travel to Sydney, Australia in 2021. By Ella Doron, Staff Writer HU’s own David Dowling has made the US National Power Soccer Team and will be playing at the 2021 Power Soccer World Cup in Sydney, Australia. This will be the fourth Power Soccer World Cup; the first was … Continue reading Dowling Makes the National Power Soccer Team

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

Sexton Adjusting Just Fine at HU

Freshman soccer player Caleb Sexton has been tearing it up this season. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer He is the all-time leading goal scorer in Jackson High School history, a feat accomplished in his final season for the Vikings in Jackson, Michigan. Now, freshman Caleb Sexton is scoring goals for Huntington University and having a … Continue reading Sexton Adjusting Just Fine at HU

HU Men’s Soccer Sees Key Successes

The bar is set high for the HU men. They are looking to win NAIA conference for the second year in a row, and to prove to everyone why they are the reigning champs. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer The HU men’s soccer team has seen great success thus far in the season, earning a … Continue reading HU Men’s Soccer Sees Key Successes

What’s next for HU women’s soccer

This year, the Huntington University women’s soccer team is undergoing an interesting transition time. The head coach, Amanda Burge, has received a calling from God to continue ministering in Mexico. Her decision was made upon an act of faith. Unfortunately, it has left the team without a coach as of yet. Although there have been … Continue reading What’s next for HU women’s soccer

A Fresh Start for Women’s Soccer

The Huntington women’s soccer team didn’t get off on the right foot to start the year so far. In non-conference play, the Foresters are 3-6, losing a few close games. The team has had to travel a little, facing all five road games outside the state of Indiana in Michigan and Ohio. Not only are … Continue reading A Fresh Start for Women’s Soccer