Dani Johnson ’21, a middle blocker on the Wartburg Volleyball team, has emerged as a force. Johnson is second on the team in total blocks with 61 behind All-Conference honoree Kylie Bildstein ’21.
Immediately following the final career play of All-American quarterback Matt Sacia ’19 last season, competition for the quarterback position heated up between the two backup quarterbacks.
The Wartburg College Women’s Tennis team could not pull out a home win against the rival Luther Norse on Sunday, losing 6-3. The Knights dropped to 3-2 in the American Rivers Conference.
Hannah Fox ’20 and Madi Overmann ’22 have been on the same tennis team for the past four years, two year at Waverly-Shell Rock Senior High School and now two at Wartburg College. This year, the duo has added a new role as doubles partners.
The Wartburg Knights added another chapter to a storied rivalry against the University of Dubuque Spartans last Tuesday by beating the Spartans 3-2. In a game defined by defense and backrow play, Katie Foster ’20 anchored the Knights by contributing 23 digs.
In a rematch of a game that determined last year’s American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) champion, the No. 15/20 Wartburg Football team emerged victorious with a 42-25 triumph over the University of Dubuque Saturday, Sept. 28 at Walston-Hoover Stadium.
The Zesty Orange, Wartburg’s dining option in the WartburgWaverly Sports & Wellness Center (The W), has redecorated with athletic décor.
In the 2019 season opener for the Wartburg College Football Team, wide receiver Kolin Schulte ’20 did something that has only been done a handful of times in the school’s history, catch four touchdowns.