One of the largest NCAA Division III facilities of its kind in the nation, the 200,000-square-foot Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center (The W) offers expansive facilities for college health and wellness programs and intercollegiate athletics. At the same time, it provides Waverly with one of the finest community wellness centers in the Midwest.
Outdoor lighted facilities include Hertel Field baseball park, Wartburg soccer fields and the eight-court tennis area, which was renovated in 2009. Softball uses Lynes Field. Walston-Hoover Stadium opened in 2002, providing seating, concession, and restroom facilities for 4,000 spectators. The stadium’s lighted FieldTurf playing field and all-weather track can be used for a variety of events. A nearby throwing venue for track and field and two competitive soccer fields are part of the outdoor athletic complex. In 2005, Walston-Hoover Stadium hosted the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Wartburg Soccer Fields
The Wartburg Soccer Fields are home for the Wartburg soccer programs. Irrigation was added in 2008 and lights were added in 2009. The Wartburg Soccer Fields hosted the Men’s NCAA tournament 2004 & 2005. It also hosted the Women’s NCAA tournament in 2011
From the North
Take Highway 27/218 South; take exit 205; turn left to merge with Business 218; turn left at the stop sign onto Highway 3 (Bremer Ave.) and turn North on Wartburg Boulevard.
From the East
Take Highway 3 West (Bremer Ave.) into Waverly; turn North on Wartburg Boulevard.
From the West
Take Highway 3 East (Bremer Ave.) into Waverly; turn North on Wartburg Boulevard.
From the South
Take Highway 27/218 North; take exit 198 to merge with Business 218; turn left onto Highway 3 (Bremer Ave.) and turn North on Wartburg Boulevard. Neumann Auditorium will be on the left.