Huntington, Ind. – The defending national champions in Marian University (5-0, 5-0) had their hands full Saturday night at Platt Arena against the HU volleyball team. While it was a three-set match, 25-21, 25-20, 25-21, the Foresters stayed within striking distance all night as no more than five points ever separated the two teams.Playing without several starters, other members of Herber's crew stepped up to fill key roles which included a breakout performance by freshman Abby Robinson. The rookie outside hitter kept the visitors guessing by mixing it up at the net to erupt for a match-high and career-best 17 kills. She played all the way around to also collect six digs.
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Saturday night's brawl at Bishop D'Arcy Stadium between the Huntington women's soccer team and Saint Francis Cougars (1-2-1) ended in a 0-0 double OT stalemate. The draw leaves both teams with a 0-2-1 record in league play.Defense was on display under the lights on the USF campus as neither squad could convert their opportunities into changes on the scoreboard. HU topped their visitors in shots 15-13 with Jordan Adam finishing with a match-high six shots, half of which were on frame. Ashtyn Patrick added two shots for the Foresters.
Huntington 4Marian 0HU Goals#1 - Dylan Carlyle#2 - Dylan Carlyle#3 - Caleb Smith#4 - Ntahan Lemmon
Huntington, Ind. – The Forester men's soccer team defended their home turf Saturday afternoon at King Stadium by notching a hard-fought 1-0 win over the visiting Cougars of Saint Francis (3-2-1, 2-2). With this win, HU improves to 2-0-2 in league play as well as overall.Huntington hasn't lost to USF since 2014 for a record since then of 6-0-1 which includes a current three-game win streak.
Huntington, Ind. – The Forester volleyball team showed moments of greatness in a four-set battle that ultimately favored #7 Indiana Wesleyan, 25-15, 25-18, 25-27, 25-14. The Wildcats improve to 5-1 overall and in league play while the loss leaves HU (0-6, 0-6) hungry for a win.Huntington made it clear they can play with anyone in the conference in the third set when they outlasted IWU for the 27-25 W. After grabbing an early lead, HU found themselves down by the midway point of the set and could have easily thrown in the towel. But not Herber's gritty crew.
Marion, Ind. – The 4th-seeded HU men's tennis team was eliminated by top-seeded Indiana Wesleyan in the semifinals of the Crossroads League Tournament Thursday afternoon at Sutter Tennis Center. Play was ceased once the Wildcats claimed the victory which proved a 4-0 final.With this loss, the Foresters wrap up dual match play with an overall record of 6-4. Poncio and crew will close out the fall season with ITA Regionals slated for October 1-3.
Winona Lake, Ind. – It was déjà vu for the HU men's soccer team as Wednesday night marked their second straight double OT draw for Lawson and crew. On this given night, it was a 1-1 stalemate at 1st Source Bank Field against the Grace College Lancers (0-0-1, 0-0-1).This neighborly rivalry is well-documented. Over the last decade, these two squads have met 12 times with four ending in a stalemate while six out of the other eight matchups have been decided by a single goal.
Huntington, Ind. – The 4th-seeded HU men's tennis team earned a trip to the semifinals of the Crossroads League Tournament Tuesday afternoon by ousting 5th-seeded Spring Arbor, 6-1, in quarterfinal action of the tourney at Klopfenstein Courts.The Foresters got down to business right away by claiming the point in doubles within the first 30 minutes of the start of the match compliments of 6-2 wins at both No. 1 and No. 2 doubles. HU would go on to win the tiebreaker at the No. 3 spot too.
Huntington, Ind. – The 4th-seeded Spring Arbor Cougars (6-4) knocked the 5th-seeded Huntington women's tennis team out of the Crossroads League Tournament, 5-2, Tuesday afternoon at the Jones Tennis Complex. It was sweet revenge for SAU having suffered a 4-3 loss to HU just a few weeks back in regular season action. The W also snapped a six-game win streak the Foresters' held over the Cougars.Ferguson's two seniors earned HU's points with Lanae Singleton downing Makenzi Sells, 6-1, 6-4, at #2 singles and Lisa Colling blanking Sela Clifford, 6-0, 6-0, at #3 singles.
Marian 7Huntington 1HU Goal - Madison Kidder
Huntington, Ind. – The Forester men's soccer team had to settle for a 3-3 double overtime stalemate Saturday afternoon in their home opener against Marian (0-2-1, 0-1-1) at King Stadium.After dominating the first half to take a 2-0 lead into intermission, the Foresters watched their advantage slip away less than eight minutes into the second frame. In true Forester form, Lawson's crew battled back to reclaim the lead at the 62:11 mark on Kyle Williams' blast into the roof off a corner.
Upland, Ind. – The Forester cross country program took a partial squad to Taylor's Bullock Invitational Friday afternoon where the men claimed seventh and the women finished eleventh.Competing without their top five in both races, the Foresters who laced up garnered plenty of compliments from Coach Johnson. "Overall, our conference is one of the best, if not the best, in the nation so for our kids to go out there and compete so well against the other teams in our league, I am proud of this group.
Huntington, Ind. – As one of two Crossroads League teams to remain undefeated, Grace (5-0, 5-0) claimed the HU volleyball team as its latest victim in a 3-1 decision, 25-15, 24-26, 25-22, 25-17, Saturday night at Platt Arena. HU is just the second team to steal a set against the hot-handed Lancers as Grace has already blanked IWU, MVNU and Taylor.While Huntington outhit their visitors, 52-45, Herber's squad committed twice as many errors which ultimately led to their despise. Tya Bynum was active in the middle to finish with a match-high 11 kills. Brandy Michie tallied ten as the only other player on either team to post double-digit kills.
Indianapolis, Ind. – The HU women's soccer team was on the opposite side of a lopsided 10-1 decision that favored last year's national runner-up in the Knights of Marian University.The Knights (3-0, 2-0) built a 4-0 lead by halftime and never let up on the gas to score six more times in the second half. Freshman Carissa Burdick finally broke HU's silence with 15 minutes to go when she found back netting for her first goal of her young Forester career.
Mount Vernon, Ohio – The Forester men's tennis team finished the regular season Saturday at MVNU's Ramser Tennis Courts with a split to finish with a conference and overall record of 5-3 to secure the fourth spot in the CL regular season standings.The stakes were high in HU's first matchup of the day against Marian with third place in the standings on the line. The Foresters laid claim to the point in doubles to nab the early lead but the Knights were far from calling it quits. Alejo Bagnera made quick work of Camilo Mesa, 6-1, 6-2, at #1 singles to earn his team a second point but MU roared back to take four of the last five singles matches to mount the come-from-behind win.