Playing a sport in college had always been one of my dreams. It would mean having the ability to show myself that all the hard work I had put in while growing up had paid off.
Divisions over COVID-19 vaccinations has not escaped the sports community at Wartburg.
Wartburg College has over 200 students of color out of 1,500. Of that number, 121 are international students, who make up 21% of the total enrollment of the college, according to the diversity page on the Wartburg website.
Fall sports are in full swing at Wartburg College with all teams playing at least one game.
On April 26, 2021, Lewis “Buzz” Levick died at age 94. His legend extended off the court. Levick was not just known as a good basketball coach though, he was a mentor and friend.
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”
The Wartburg football season will have to wait. The team was shut down due to COVID concerns and did not play their scheduled March 27 game.
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.
The women’s basketball team’s season met an unfortunate 71-63 end Tuesday, March 9, against Loras in the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) quarterfinals. The Knights ended their season with an overall season record of 13-3 and conference ledger of 6-2.
There’s a lot of stress surrounding countless student athletes at Wartburg. The topic has also been highlighted in recent years in studies and national reports.