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4/16/2019 10:00:00 PM

HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The HU softball team picked up its first sweep of the year Tuesday night with a pair of wins, 8-7, 4-0, over Spring Arbor University (14-25, 7-20). With these wins, the Foresters improve to 13-23 overall, 9-17 in league play. With ten regular season games remaining, Gower's crew is currently seventh in the Crossroads League standings.  

After playing catchup through the first four frames, Huntington looked to Kiera Stacy to get them over the hump. The freshman catcher gave her team its first lead when she blasted a two-run dinger in the bottom of the fifth for a 7-5 advantage. 

4/14/2019 1:20:00 PM

MARION, Ind. - The Huntington women's tennis team wrapped up their year with the IWU Invitational on Saturday where they suffered a 5-0 loss to #9 Indiana Wesleyan before #RV Lewis-Clark State College slipped past the Foresters 8-1.

Playing the always tough Wildcats in the morning, the match was called after the hosts picked up the necessary five points for the win.

4/14/2019 1:20:00 PM

HUNTINGTON,  Ind. - The Huntington men's tennis team went up against one of its toughest opponents of the year in Lewis Clark State College to suffer an 8-1 loss to the Warriors as part of the IWU Invitational. 

Saturday's match was the last of the year for the Foresters as they finish with 11 wins against nine losses. 

4/13/2019 10:50:00 PM

GOSHEN, Ind. - After opening up their three-game series at Goshen (13-24, 7-12) on Friday with an 18-10 win, the Forester baseball team split with the Maple Leafs on Saturday afternoon, dropping the opener 3-2 and then bouncing back for an 8-4 W, to claim the season series 2-1. HU (20-10) continues to sit atop the league standings with their 14-5 CL record, 1.5 games ahead of second place Mount Vernon. 

Aside from the third, the Goshen pitching staff had Huntington's number. The visitors finished with just five hits in the contest and cashed in on a pair in the third to help plate their only two runs of the afternoon. After Donovan Clark drew a walk to open the frame, Adam Roser singled to put runners on the corners. Daniel Lichty brought Clark in with a fielder's choice and then Jacob Hansen doubled HU's total with an RBI-base poke into center.  

4/13/2019 10:45:00 PM

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - After turning in a 384 on day one of the Pilot Invitational hosted by Bethel, the HU women's golf team fired a 365 on Saturday for a two-day total of 749 good for eighth place.

After starting out 17th overall as an individual, Betsy Schroeder finished 12th out of 51 golfers with a 167 (87-80). Megan Higgins posted a 90 both days to card a 180 to claim HU's second best score at Blackthorn Golf Club.  

4/13/2019 10:40:00 PM

HUNTINGTON, Ind.  - Running in their own invitational over the weekend, the Forester men's track and field team kept the title at home while the HU women took second. For the men, it was their second straight win as they captured the Grizzly Invitational last weekend.

Highlighting the Huntington men's side was junior Adrien Gentie who broke the school record in the 1500 meters by clocking in at 3:58.03, over nine seconds faster than his closest competitor on Saturday. Gentie took down David Luce's record dating back to 1987 and became just the third Forester to run a sub-four minute 1500. He also earned points in the 800 meters by finishing third in 1:59.76. 

4/13/2019 10:35:00 PM

HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Facing one of the nation's best, the HU softball team(11-22,7-16) was the wrong  end of a pair of losses, 12-5, 8-2, to #RV Taylor University (25-10, 17-6) Saturday afternoon.

The Trojans got rolling early in game one  to open up a 5-1 advantage. It proved a lead that stuck as they would go on to outscore their hosts 7-4 the rest of the way to maintain a comfortable cushion throughout.

4/13/2019 1:10:00 AM

HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The Huntington softball team dropped a pair of one-run contests, 17-16, 2-1, to the Bethel Pilots (11-23, 6-16) Friday afternoon to move to 11-21 overall, 7-15 in league play. 

With wind gusts up to 40 mph, game one was a hitter's delight. Hits came easily as the two squads combined for 31 which included six dingers - all of which cleared the left side of the field thanks to the winds from the southwest.