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
The players are cautiously excited for what is to come. By Courtney McKown, Staff Writer The Huntington University women’s soccer team kicked it off this year with three wins and five losses in the preseason. All those games prepared the girls for what is to come next: conference, where it really starts to matter. The … Continue reading Conference Is Beginning for Women’s Soccer
Last weekend, campus was offering a wide variety of events for students, alums. By Keila Funez, Staff Writer From Friday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 6, HU will have its annual homecoming. The main events will start on Friday with homecoming chapel at 11:00 a.m. in Zurcher Auditorium, where three alumni awards will be presented. … Continue reading Happy 70th Birthday: Homecoming 2019
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
The women's soccer roster boasts 7 experienced senior leaders. Becca Grimes, senior midfielder, said she and her team are working hard to return to the conference tournament.