Indianapolis, Ind. – It was sheer will that lifted the #RV Huntington men's soccer team past Marian Wednesday under the lights at St. Vincent Field. The 2-1 battle featured Jordan Morris finding side netting with :34 ticks remaining for his second game-winner of the season, his first coming by way of a golden goal against Goshen earlier this month.Ollie Ardle set the stage for the late-game antics by finding James Lighton who played a penetrating ball into an open space in the box that Morris chased down. The junior forward was off to the races at that point, beating the Marian keeper and a defender, to make a sliding play that sent the ball far post for the win.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The Huntington University athletic department has announced its 2020-21 plans for spectator attendance at home basketball games. These guidelines have been put in place to maximize the safety and well-being of all attendees, including student-athletes, officials, staff and spectators.The protocols outlined below affect Huntington home athletic events for the winter of 2020-21. These guidelines take place immediately and will be reviewed periodically as circumstances warrant.
Noblesville, Ind. – Playing in its final varsity event of the fall, the HU golf program competed in the IWU Invitational at Purgatory Golf Club where the women finished 6th and the men finished 7th.The two-day 36-hole event featured Alexandria Maris firing a 257 (87-83-87) to lead the HU women's team with her 22nd place finish. Danielle Tinsley posted a 264 (85-95-84) for 28th place while Lexy Turpchinoff turned in a 277 (96-95-86) for the 31st spot. Abby Sheehan wrapped up HU's scoring with a 34th place score of 281 (93-91-97). Katie Springer added a 293 (96-97-100).
Huntington, Ind. - The Huntington volleyball team wrapped up the weekend with a 3-1 loss, 25-13, 25-19, 19-25, 25-20, to Saint Francis (3-8, 3-8) on Saturday at Platt Arena. With this win, USF secures the sweep over HU having swept Herber and crew several weeks back.The first two sets came and went with the Cougars jumping out to a 2-0 lead before the Foresters bounced back to take charge of the third set. After swapping the lead multiple times, HU jumped in front permanently at 17-16. It was the start of a 9-3 run highlighted by Abby Robinson's three kills.
Huntington, Ind. – The #RV HU men's soccer team got back on track Saturday afternoon with an inspiring 2-1 come-from-behind win over Taylor at King Stadium.The first half saw an evenly played contest with Taylor owning a one-shot advantage over their hosts, 5-4, without either team cracking the scoreboard. Thirteen minutes into the second frame, Jhon Alzate lasered a shot off the post that bounced in to put Taylor up 1-0.
Upland, Ind. - Up agaisnt Taylor for the second time this season, the Forester women's soccer team suffered a 5-0 loss to the Trojans at Turner Stadium. The first time around, TU also got the best of HU 6-1.Because COVID has forced numerous postponements, the league has opted to adjust the Crossroads League standings from two divisions to one. With this decision, any second round games against CL opponents are considered non-conference matches and won't affect the league standings.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Head coach Lori Culler and the Forester women's basketball program have officially inked their first 2021-22 recruit with the signing of Lakewood Park standout Chloe Jolloff."Chloe is a perfect fit for Huntington University and our basketball program," said HU Coach Lori Culler. "On the court, she's a tremendous athlete who has been well-coached. She never takes a play off and motivates her teammates to higher levels of performance with her effort. She has great court sense, handles and distributes the ball well and can find multiple ways to score.
Huntington 1Indiana TechHU Goals (Assists)#1 - Caleb Smith#2 - Dylan Carlyle (Nick Wilford)#3 - Nick Wilford (Tim LaRue)#4 - Will Lengacher (AJ Titus)
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Mishawaka, Ind. – The Huntington women's soccer team (1-7-1, 1-6-1) picked up its first win of the season Wednesday in convincing fashion by blanking Bethel, 4-0, under the lights at Morey Field.Freshman Riley Voss kept the hosts out of the net for the first collegiate shutout of her young career. The rookie keeper finished with four saves.
Fort Wayne, Ind. – It was sweet revenge for the Cougars of Saint Francis as they handed the #RV Forester men's soccer team a 1-0 loss Wednesday night at Bishop D'Arcy Stadium. It's the second time this fall these two squads have squared off with HU getting the best of USF 1-0 last month.Just like the first time around, it was a defensive battle from start to finish with the lone goal on this given night coming by way of Ethan Vigario's PK in the 50th minute. The senior midfielder has scored five goals and handed out four assists for 14 points so far this season.
Huntington, Ind. – The Pilots of Bethel University handed the HU volleyball team a 3-1 loss, 25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 25-16, Wednesday night in Platt Arena in second round action of Crossroads Roads play.The first time these two squads met, just two weeks prior, the Pilots notched the 3-0 win over Herber's crew. Bethel is currently sitting in second place in the league standings with a CL record of 10-2.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The awards continue to pile up for Huntington University sophomore Emma Wilson who was tabbed the NAIA Women's Runner of the Week for the second straight week as announced by the national office earlier today.Wilson's 5K performance at the NAIA Seminole Valley Stampede this past weekend proved the top time in the nation across all college divisions so far this fall. The Greencastle native clocked in at 16:24 which also established a new course record and blew away the competition with over 1 minute 15 seconds separating her from the second-place finisher.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The Crossroads League national office released its 2020-21 basketball preseason polls and among the list of honorees included Sam (Hammel) Vaughn and Caleb Middlesworth.Vaughn enters her senior season as HU's top returning leading scorer and rebounder having averaged 11.3 points and 6.5 rebounds a year ago. She also posted a conference-best 2.6 steals per night to go along with a team-leading 5.2 assists which proved the second best average among her league peers.