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AIMING HIGH: WOMEN’S TENNIS DUO HELPS PROGRAM LOOK TOWARD TITLE

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.

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VOLLEYBALL GOES FIVE, AVENGES 2018 SEASON-ENDING LOSS

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.

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FOOTBALL SLAYS SPARTANS: KNIGHTS NOW 4-0 OVERALL, 2-0 IN CONFERENCE

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.

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ZESTY ORANGE SUPPORTS COLLEGE ATHLETES

The Zesty Orange, Wartburg’s dining option in the WartburgWaverly Sports & Wellness Center (The W), has redecorated with athletic décor.

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‘JUST BUSINESS:’ SCHULTE TIES RECEIVING RECORD

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.

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MEN’S SOCCER BATTLES TO TIE IN DOUBLE OT

The Wartburg men’s soccer team ended a battle of a game with a 2-2 tie versus Knox Saturday afternoon at the Wartburg Soccer Field.

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VOLLEYBALL, FOOTBALL BEAT LUTHER

In only the second full week of school for Wartburg College students, the volleyball and football teams took part in a longstanding school rivalry against Luther College.