Luther Norse

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 6-19 - Conference: 3-13
11/18 vs. Bethany Lutheran Final W, 68-53 BX
11/19 vs. UW-River Falls Final L, 64-53 BX RC
11/22 vs. UW-Platteville Final L, 76-68 BX
11/26 at St. Olaf Final L, 71-60 BX
11/30 vs. Wartburg * • Final L, 77-72 BX
12/3 at Loras * • Final L, 65-43
12/7 at Simpson * • Final L, 78-45 BX RC
12/9 at Northwestern (Minn.) Final W, 66-56
12/16 at Millikin Final L, 69-46 RC
12/17 vs. North Central (Minn.) Final W, 79-60 BX
@ Millikin
12/29 at UW-La Crosse Final L, 67-47 BX
12/31 vs. Calvin Final L, 74-38 BX RC
1/7 vs. Buena Vista * • Final W, 64-57 BX
1/11 vs. Coe * • Final L, 82-67 BX RC
1/14 at Cornell * • Final L, 67-47 BX
1/16 vs. Dubuque * • Final L, 75-61 BX
1/18 at Central * • Final W, 80-63 BX
1/21 vs. Cornell * • Final L, 65-50 BX
1/25 vs. Loras * • Final L, 55-41 BX
1/28 at Wartburg * • Final L, 78-55 BX
2/1 at Dubuque * • Final L, 65-57 BX
2/4 vs. Simpson * • Final L, 86-62 BX RC
2/11 vs. Central * • Final W, 61-53
2/15 at Buena Vista * • Final L, 86-71 BX RC
2/18 at Coe * • Final L, 81-65 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 6-19 - Conference: 3-13
11/30 vs. Wartburg * • L, 77-72 BX
12/3 at Loras * • L, 65-43
12/7 at Simpson * • L, 78-45 BX RC
1/7 vs. Buena Vista * • W, 64-57 BX
1/11 vs. Coe * • L, 82-67 BX RC
1/14 at Cornell * • L, 67-47 BX
1/16 vs. Dubuque * • L, 75-61 BX
1/18 at Central * • W, 80-63 BX
1/21 vs. Cornell * • L, 65-50 BX
1/25 vs. Loras * • L, 55-41 BX
1/28 at Wartburg * • L, 78-55 BX
2/1 at Dubuque * • L, 65-57 BX
2/4 vs. Simpson * • L, 86-62 BX RC
2/11 vs. Central * • W, 61-53
2/15 at Buena Vista * • L, 86-71 BX RC
2/18 at Coe * • L, 81-65 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/IIAC/Women/2011-12/standings-div1 : /conf/IIAC/Women/2011-12/standings-div2 : /conf/IIAC/Women/2011-12/standings

2011-12

Simpson 13-3 21-7
Coe 12-4 21-8
Wartburg 10-6 18-9
Dubuque 10-6 15-11
Loras 9-7 14-12
Cornell 7-9 10-15
Buena Vista 6-10 10-14
Luther 3-13 6-19
Central 2-14 7-18

Past Records

2017-18 (7-5, 3-0 IIAC)
2016-17 (17-10, 12-4 IIAC)
2015-16 (20-7, 11-3 IIAC)
2014-15 (23-6, 10-4 IIAC)
2013-14 (11-14, 2-12 IIAC)
2012-13 (13-13, 5-9 IIAC)
2011-12 (6-19, 3-13 IIAC)
2010-11 (7-18, 3-13 IIAC)
2009-10 (9-16, 4-12 IIAC)
2008-09 (10-15, 9-7 IIAC)
2007-08 (15-10, 12-4 IIAC)
2006-07 (24-5, 15-1 IIAC)

Team Info

Coach: Amanda Nechuta
Conference: IIAC

Luther

Norse

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2405
Location: Decorah, IA
Colors: Blue, White
Region: West
Arena: The Regents Center (3000)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

December 16, 2017 Saturday: Scranton grounds Falcons No. 22 Scranton defeated No. 17 Messiah in overtime and the fourth time was the charm for Luther in its win over No. 11 St. Thomas. Plus FDU-Florham's sensational sophomore erupts and Marietta moves a step closer to program history. Get the recap of Saturday's women's action here.
February 19, 2016 Luther right on track "I am not a patient person at all," says Luther women's coach Amanda Bailey. But the three-time D3hoops.com All-American has the Norse riding high in her fifth season. More in Around the Nation.
January 21, 2016 Hoopsville: Coaching Challenges Thursday night on Hoopsville, Dave talked to many coaches who are succeeding on the court and off of it because of what coaching has taught them. Also coaches who are facing challenges no one should face off the court. You can watch or listen to Hoopsville On Demand here:
January 13, 2016 Women's wrap: Road bites hard The road bug bit hard Wednesday night, claiming victims in UW-Whitewater, Wartburg and Bethel, among others, in a big night of conference play in Division III women's basketball. That and more in our recap.
January 6, 2016 Wartburg leads cast of young IIAC teams The Knights have made the most noise, by far, in starting the season 10-1. But there are other Iowa Conference women's basketball teams who have the potential to grow quickly. More in Around the West.
July 20, 2015 NWU gives up NAIA status, will join IIAC Nebraska Wesleyan, the lone remaining dual member of the NAIA and NCAA Division III, is giving up its NAIA affiliation effective July 2016 and joining the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference that fall.