With the postponements of fall sports such as football, volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer, an increased amount of attention has been paid to Wartburg men’s and women’s cross country, one of the few fall sports remaining.
Carina and Christopher Collet are two of many contributors to the cross country teams’ dominant early-season stretch, resulting in first-place finishes for both the men’s and women’s teams through three contests.
After being moved from the beginning of the triathlon season to the end, TBK will commence with both virtual and in-person options at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 10.
The clay target sports (CTS) program’s first meet this month culminated more than a year of work Chad Wood, the program’s head coach, put into building the program.
Athletes at Wartburg College have begun to consider a fifth year of eligibility with COVID-19 influencing the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) to postpone or shorten many sports seasons.
The American Rivers Conference announced Monday that they are postponing all winter sports until “no earlier than Jan. 1, 2021,” according to a press release by the A-R-C.
The Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday morning that football will begin play on Oct. 24.
Wartburg’s fall sports fell prey to the COVID-19 postponements that have affected schools across the NCAA and many professional leagues — and winter and spring sports could see changes, according to Wartburg College’s athletic director.
JoJo McNair, a senior all-conference football and baseball player for the Wartburg Knights, faces a choice between playing football and baseball this spring.
This weekend in Wartburg sports saw both men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf and women’s tennis either start or continue their fall seasons.