The past couple of days have been very difficult for not just myself but many of my peers and others that participate in athletic programs. For me, our conference, the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C), made a statement this morning that all remaining winter sports and all spring sports seasons have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus.
The American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) will cancel spring season competition due to COVID-19, according to…
ANNIKA WALL, TRUMPET MANAGING EDITOR The NCAA released via Twitter at 3:16 p.m., Thursday, March…
The Wartburg women’s basketball team defeated Loras in overtime this past week. They’re now set to play Loras again in the ARC Championship, tomorrow, Feb. 29, at 4pm.
Two Wartburg sports legends, Coach Bob Amsberry and Emma Gerdes were honored for their major milestones in their sports careers.
The Wartburg wrestling team fell to Loras College losing their 27-year streak as conference champions.
As the regular season comes to a close, the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) basketball tournaments are right around the corner. Both the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams have qualified for the A-R-C tournament.
The Wartburg men’s basketball team finished off regular season action with a 92-81 point victory over the University of Dubuque Spartans Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Knights completed the series sweep, as Wartburg won the previous matchup, 95-79.
Emma Gerdes ’20 reached a career milestone in her basketball career after the guard scored her 1,000th career point on Wednesday, Feb. 12, against Buena Vista University. In a 95-59 win over the Beavers, Gerdes added another achievement to her illustrious career as a Wartburg Knight.
The No. 8 Wartburg Women’s Basketball team secured the program’s fourth-straight regular season conference title with a commanding 88-47 win over the University of Dubuque Saturday, Feb. 22. This is the first four-peat in school history.