14-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPION WARTBURG BECOMES FIRST A-R-C SCHOOL TO ADD WOMEN’S WRESTLING

Wartburg College is adding women’s wrestling to its athletic roster, becoming the first American Rivers Conference school to offer women the opportunity to compete at the collegiate level in the growing sport.  

FALL SPORTS PREVIEW

NICK THOMPSON, TRUMPET SPORTS WRITER Fall sports at Wartburg College are back.  For the first time since 2019, sports are happening during the fall due to COVID-19. The Knights wasted no time getting things off to a great start.    The football team opened their season with a 44-3 win over Monmouth College of Monmouth, Illinois.Continue reading “FALL SPORTS PREVIEW”

5TH YEAR FOR ATHLETES

HOPE MATHER, TRUMPET GUEST WRITER The Wartburg College Football Team’s victory this Saturday was a first for many but a bittersweet last for some. The team has six players returning for their fifth season of football.  JoJo McNair being one of the six, took the fifth year because it will allow him to finish his education and to play football for Wartburg College one last time. Continue reading “5TH YEAR FOR ATHLETES”

WARTBURG OPENS DOORS TO NEW ANNEX, REACHES FUNDRAISING GOAL FOR CAPITAL PROJECT

Wartburg College has opened the doors to the new Meyer Strength & Conditioning Annex, signaling the halfway mark in the realization of the Health & Human Performance capital project. 

COLUMN: THE INEQUALITY BETWEEN MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SPORTS (AGAIN)

Oregon women’s basketball player, Sedona Prince, spoke out on TikTok against the NCAA during the NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Tournament. As we all have been made aware for years female college athletes are unfairly treated compared to male athletes.