The state will always gravitate toward the Cy-Hawk Series. But sports columnist Nathan Ford says there’s a bigger and more important college football game in Iowa this afternoon.
Orange and Black Extra
Notes from Wartburg football coach Rick Willis’ weekly radio show (Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m.) on KWAY. The Knights are coming off a 40-3 win at Augsburg and host another MIAC opponent Saturday — defending league champion and seventh-ranked Bethel. The Royals beat Wartburg twice last season, 30-17 in Week 2 and […]
Wartburg fans are well aware that their program’s non-conference schedule has ramped up considerably this fall, with the MIAC’s Augsburg and the WIAC’s Wis.-Stout replacing bottom-feeders MacMurray and Carthage. And, defending MIAC champion and seventh-ranked Bethel is still on the schedule. But is that slate the toughest in the […]
Non-conference strength-of-schedule matters a lot more to the NCAA Division III volleyball selection committee when determining which teams get the 20 at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament. It’s going to matter a lot more in every sport, actually. The NCAA Championships Committee, of which Wartburg assistant athletic director Monica […]
When lone senior and second leading scorer Carly Jacobs tore her ACL in a 74-70 loss to Coe that dropped Wartburg’s women’s basketball team to 1-3 in the IIAC, the Knights didn’t seem to have much left in the tank. An overtime win over Buena Vista in the next game […]