NASHVILLE, Tenn. –Kaleb Fontenot won three matches and Jack Haury won two matches to lead the Huntingdon wrestling team in the Gator Boots Dual on Saturday.
Fontenot (157 pounds) earned wins by major decision against Millikin and Pennsylvania College of Technology before winning by pin against Luther College. Haury (197) won by decision against Millikin and Pennsylvania College of Technology.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon wrestling team lost to two NAIA wrestling programs on Tuesday.
The Hawks fell to Thomas More University 25-16 and lost to Life University 40-0. Life is the 10th-ranked team in NAIA and placed third in the NAIA national tournament last season. Thomas More is not ranked but is receiving votes in the NAIA national poll.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon Student-Athlete Advisory Committee recently helped raise a collection of more than 6,000 items for the Montgomery Area Food Bank.
The effort was part of the USA South Athletic Conference’s Cans Across the Conference food drive. All 18 member institutions of the USA South collected non-perishable items to benefit local charities of their choosing.
SALEM, Va. – The Huntingdon wrestling team competed against two Division III teams and a Division I club team on Saturday in the Southeast Duals.
The Hawks beat Southern Virginia University 29-16 and lost to Averett University 22-18 in their first two matches. Huntingdon lost to Liberty University’s club team 40-12 in the final match. Officially, matches against club teams do not count for season results.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – A total of 119 Huntingdon College student-athletes were recognized with the release of the USA South Academic All-Conference team on Friday.
The student-athletes, representing each of Huntingdon's 18 athletic programs, were among the 1,441 USA South student-athletes named to the team.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West recently announced the promotion of Eric Levanda to Director of Athletics.
Levanda has spent more than a decade as Huntingdon’s Associate Director of Athletics and Director of Operations.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon College athletic department held its annual Awards Ceremony on Monday night to recognize the accomplishments of student-athletes that helped make this another successful year.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon wrestling team earned a split against a pair of Division III programs on Saturday’s Senior Day.
Huntingdon lost to the University of the Ozarks 30-21 before beating Greensboro 22-20. The fifth-year Hawks, who broke the program record for dual-match wins in a season earlier this month, extended their season record to eight wins with the victory over Greensboro.
GAFFNEY, S.C. – The Huntingdon wrestling team earned a split on Sunday to break the program record for wins in a season.
The Hawks fell to Limestone University 30-12 before closing the day with a 39-14 win over Spartanburg Methodist College.
LAURINBURG, N.C. – The Huntingdon wrestling team defeated NAIA St. Andrews University 37-18 on Saturday.
The win was Huntingdon’s sixth dual-match victory of the season, tying the fifth-year Hawks’ record for wins in a season.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Huntingdon wrestling team earned a split on Saturday against a pair of NAIA teams in the Hawks’ first home matches of the season.
Huntingdon opened the day with a 24-11 win over Truett-McConnell before losing to Brewton-Parker 34-13. The win over Truett-McConnell was the Hawks’ second straight against the Bears.
SALEM, Va. – The Huntingdon wrestling team won one match and lost one match in the Southeast Duals on Saturday.
The Hawks defeated Southern Virginia University 37-16 before falling to sixth-ranked Mount Union 54-0.
DECATUR, Ill. – The Huntingdon wrestling team won 31 matches in the Millikin Open on Saturday.
Nine Hawks finished in the top-seven of their weight classes, 11 Hawks won at least two matches and six Hawks won at least three matches.