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3/9/2020 11:40:00 PM

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. – With league play just around the corner, the HU softball team picked up a pair of non-conference wins, 5-1, 11-3, against Manchester University Monday afternoon to move to 5-4 on the season.

Meghan Fretz stole the show in game one by surrendering just two hits, a run and walk while striking out eight for the complete-game win. She needed just 82 pitches on her way to the W.

3/9/2020 10:20:00 PM

LOGANSPORT, Ind. - The HU baseball team wrapped up the regular season series sweep over Marian Monday afternoon at Logansport High School by outlasting their visitors 14-13 in a game that stretched to ten frames. The win bumps Huntington to 5-7 on the year, 3-0 in league play, while the Knights drop to 10-9 overall, 0-3 in CL action.

The Foresters found themselves down 4-1 right off the bat and played catch up the rest of the way. While the hosts knotted things up twice, once in the third and then again in the ninth, never did they claim a lead until the tenth. While things looked bleak for Huntington several times, they never relented in their pursuit of touching home. 

3/8/2020 6:10:00 PM

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – The Forester softball team headed south to the Bluegrass State for a pair of games at Georgetown College. HU came away with a lopsided 15-5 win over Montreat College (6-8) before being blanked, 4-0, bythe host Tigers.

It was a slugfest against the Cavaliers with Gower's crew getting the better end of the deal. HU finished with 19 hits, five for extra bases, to Montreat's ten. Huntington was in control throughout the contest with a 7-5 difference in the second proving the closest MC would get.

3/8/2020 5:20:00 PM

LOGANSPORT, Ind. - The Huntington baseball team kicked off Crossroads League action on Saturday by topping Marian (10-8, 0-2) twice, 2-0, 4-2, at Logansport High School. With these wins, HU improves to 4-7 overall, 2-0 in league play.  

Alex McCutcheon was a man among boys. The senior southpaw tossed a complete-game one-hit shutout to earn the Foresters' first league win of the season. The only base poke he surrendered was a one-out single in the second, but he quickly righted his wrong by baiting the next batter into a double play. Only one Knight was left on base in the quick 75-minute affair.

3/8/2020 12:05:00 AM

BROOKINGS, S.D. – The HU women's indoor track and field team made history Saturday afternoon at Dakota State University's Sanford Jackrabbit Athlete Complex by clinching their first-ever NAIA National Indoor Championship title with 77 team points. Not only is it the program's first national title, it also proves the first NAIA national title of any HU athletic team.

"This was a HUGE meet for our track and field program but even more so for Huntington University and the city of Huntington," said Coach Joel Childs. "Our achievements today represent how much our school and community have invested in us and I am very thankful for it!"

3/6/2020 10:30:00 PM

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – The HU softball team suffered a pair of losses, 14-6, 10-5, to #RV IU Southeast Friday afternoon at Koetter Sports Softball Complex. The loss drops Huntington to 2-3 while the Grenadiers improve to 15-2-1.

Game one had a twist that neither team could have anticipated. With the score knotted at 5-5 heading into the fifth, Kaela Robey cranked her first collegiate homer beyond the left field fence for a 6-5 advantage the Foresters were hoping would stick. 

3/5/2020 11:25:00 AM

LOGANSPORT, Ind. – The HU baseball team got off to a fast start Tuesday afternoon at Logansport High School with a pair of runs in their first at bat but things went sideways after that as #9 Indiana Tech (8-2) found home eight times over the first two frames on the way 19-5 Forester loss.

Ian McCutcheon opened up play with a double after which Daniel Lichty worked a walk to set the stage for Jarret Gray to single in HU's first run. The Foresters got a little help from the defense as an error allowed another run to cross home in the first.  RBI-doubles by Alex McCutcheon and Langston Ginder in the third and fourth respectively and a Lichty run-scoring single in the seventh accounted for the rest of Huntington's scoring on the afternoon.

3/4/2020 5:35:00 PM

HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Huntington University senior Sarah Fryman has been deemed the best player in the Crossroads League as voted on by the league coaches. Her title of 2020 Crossroads League Player of the Year was officially announced by the league office earlier today.

Fryman joins a short list of Foresters to earn this prestigious award which includes Amy Bechtel in 1999 and Miranda Palmer in 2017.