Marion, Ind. – The #RV Huntington baseball team kicked off their four-game series against #19 Indiana Wesleyan (34-11, 23-3) by suffering a pair of road losses, 12-1, 9-8, to the Wildcats. The opener was a game the Foresters would just as soon forget. What was a 3-1 contest through the first five frames, turned into a blowout when IWU unleashed for nine runs in the sixth for a 12-1 affair that ended two innings short compliments of the mercy rule.
Huntington, Ind. – The score was not indicative of the battle between the #RV HU men's tennis team and #20 UNOH that favored the Racers 6-1 Friday afternoon at Klopfenstein Courts as part of the Doc Richards Tournament.The loss snapped a three-game win streak the Foresters brought into the match as they drop to 12-6 on the year. Rodrigo Manzo picked up Huntington's lone point by handing Alfredo Barcelo a 6-3, 6-3 loss at the #5 spot in singles play.
Huntington, Ind. – Up against UNOH, the Huntington women's tennis team was on the wrong end of a 5-0 decision Friday afternoon at Klopfenstein Courts as part of the Doc Richards Tournament.With this loss, the Foresters drop to 5-8 on the year. Ferguson and crew are back in action tomorrow to face #4 Indiana Wesleyan at 11:00 a.m.
Huntington, Ind. – In a clash between two squads receiving votes in the latest national poll, the HU men's tennis team edged out Warner 4-3 on day one of the IWU Doc Richards Tournament at Klopfenstein Courts.With this win, the Foresters improve to 12-5 on the year. It's their second straight win over a team receiving votes.
Huntington, Ind. – Opening day of IWU's Doc Richards Tournament saw the Forester women's tennis team suffer a 4-3 loss to Warner (2-8) at Klopfenstein Courts. Since both squads were at least a player short, the match was scored by awarding a point for each match played.Morgan Fitzpatrick and Lisa Colling teamed up to win No. 1 doubles and then they each won their respective singles match to account for HU's three points.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – HU junior Dylan Felger's performance at the Warrior Open garnered national attention as evidenced by receiving this week's NAIA National Men's Track Athlete of the Week accolades as announced by the national office earlier today.Felger (Norwell HS, Ossian, Ind.) won the 400 meter hurdles on Saturday by clocking in at 52.79 which stands as the fastest time in the NAIA to date. He also punched his ticket to the 2021 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in May by hitting the "A" mark.
Huntington, Ind. – The HU softball team suffered a pair of home losses to Saint Francis, 5-3, 7-2, Wednesday afternoon. With these losses, the Foresters drop to 21-17 overall, 10-10 in CL play, and are now tied with the Cougars (12-18, 10-10) in the league standings.After both teams combined for just seven hits through the first six frames to make for a 1-1 deadlock, the final frame was packed full of offense. The Cougars pieced together four hits and took advantage of two HU errors to score four runs, only one of which was earned, to surge ahead 5-1.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced its National Athletes and Coaches of the Year for the 2020 NAIA Cross Country season which included HU sophomore Emma Wilson being tabbed the National Women's Athlete of the Year.Wilson topped off her storied season by claiming the individual title at the 2020 NAIA Cross Country Championships this past weekend. Right out of the gate, the Greencastle native distanced herself from the pack to win by over 35 seconds in 17:02.
Huntington, Ind. – Playing Spring Arbor (13-20, 7-10) for the second time this season, the Forester softball team swept their visitors, 1-0, 8-5, Tuesday afternoon. The last time these two squads met, they split the doubleheader so the overall regular season series tips in favor of HU 3-1. Game one was a pitcher's duel that eventually favored HU's ace Meghan Fretz. The senior hurler fired a five-hit complete-game shutout that saw her give up just one walk while striking out three.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – HU junior Dylan Felger posted the best time in the nation in the 400 meter hurdles over the weekend at the Warrior Open by clocking in at 52.79 and for his efforts was named the Crossroads League Men's Outdoor Track & Field Runner of the Week.Felger's time also hit the "A" standard to earn an automatic berth to the 2021 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships and broke the previous school record by over 1.6 seconds, a record that had held since 1994.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – HU senior Alex McCutcheon was tabbed the Crossroads League Baseball Pitcher of the Week as announced by the league office earlier today.McCutcheon stifled the Goshen offense in Friday night's 6-0 win by firing a five-hit complete-game shutout for his fifth W of the year. The senior southpaw sat down ten of the 26 batters he faced on strikes and did not issue a walk in the seven-inning affair.
Huntington, Ind. – After a pair of victories on Friday, the #RV HU baseball team logged two more wins, 9-3, 4-2, to complete the four-game sweep over the Goshen Maples Leafs (3-30, 2-22) Monday afternoon at Forester Glen.The Foresters are now 24-8 overall, 17-7 in league play.
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Despite less than ideal weather conditions, Dylan Felger had an elite performance at Indiana Tech's Warrior Open Saturday afternoon at Warrior Park.The junior transfer clocked in at 52.79 in the 400 meter hurdles to not only hit the "A" standard which guarantees a trip to the 2021 NAIA Outdoor T&F National Championships, his time currently stands as the fastest in the nation and is a new HU record.
Fort Wayne, Ind. – The HU men's tennis team claimed their biggest win of the year Saturday afternoon by picking off #RV Missouri Valley (9-6) in convincing fashion, 6-1, at Wildwood Tennis Club as part of the IWU Spring Invitational.The W is Huntington's first over a ranked opponent. The Foresters are now 11-5 on the year.
Huntington, Ind. – The #RV Forester baseball team relied on a pair of spectacular performances on the mound to sweep Goshen, 11-1, 6-0, on opening day of their weekend series with the Maple Leafs.First up was senior Camden Dice who pitched a complete-game dandy in game one to remain undefeated on the season at 5-0. He scattered seven hits, gave up one run and two walks while sitting down nine on strikes.