Most people who know Noah Wagers, know him by his nickname, "The Buffalo Man."
Wagers made his way to Campbellsville University Harrodsburg in the Fall of 2019 as he made his decision to transfer from his previous college and join the Pioneers. He joined Adam Voth's bowling program and became one of the original roster members of Mike Kehoe's golf program.
Despite his notoriety on the golf course and on the lanes, his talents don't end in athletics. He has become a vocal leader in Campbellsville University's Church Outreach program, leading worship sessions in Harrodsburg and at area churches.
"I practice music for two hours every day," he said.
Wagers love for worship comes from his faith in Christ, a relationship he says he continues to develop each day through staying in his Bible and staying close to the Word.
"it's the best part of my day when I get done reading, I feel like a new person."
Like student athletes across the country, Wagers is adapting to the transition of taking classes online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.
"I miss going to classes," Wagers said. "I am using this time to really pray about the situation as prayer is the most powerful thing we can do."
While the suspension of athletics for the remainder of the season has given Wagers more time to focus on his other interests, there is one that stands tall above the rest. Sports cards. Wagers is an avid collector of baseball, basketball and football trading cards. He enjoys buying, selling, trading and collecting routinely. He's a member of several online collecting groups on social media.
"I couldn't tell you how many cards I have at my house right now," Wagers said.
Wagers plans to return to CU Harrodsburg in the fall and is eager to return to the activities he loves, and representing the Pioneers.