Women's soccer made history Tuesday with a 2-0 win over Truett-McConnell College. The win improves the Lady Hawks to 4-0 on the season and gives Shorter its best start in program history.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams continued their fall season with six wins and four losses, bringing the season record to 10-6-1.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves new suburban stadium already has a name — SunTrust Park.
NEW ORLEANS, La. - Berry College is again ranked tenth in the U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Regional poll.
Athens — Georgia is expected to be without Nick Chubb for Saturday’s game against Troy and possibly longer after the freshman tailback underwent surgery on Monday.
Berry’s Preston Stewart was named the Southern Athletic Association’s defensive player of the week. He is the first Viking to earn an SAA weekly defensive honor.
The 2014-15 golf season official kicked off Monday as both the Hawks and Lady Hawks took part in the Full Moon BBQ Invitational hosted by Montevallo.
Last Saturday was a big day for Shorter Men's Lacrosse as they officially kicked off the 2014-15 year with an intra-squad scrimmage and kick-off banquet.
Jordan Shaw came to Shorter hoping to throw passes as a quarterback.
Registration is now open for the Willard Nixon Sports Hall of Fame Golf Tournament and reception. The event will benefit the John Pinson, Jr. Student Athlete Award Scholarship Program and will take place on Thursday, October 30 at Barnsley Gardens.
The Berry College women's golf team defeated Oglethorpe University in a dual match. The Vikings 329 score bettered the Stormy Petrels at the Stonebridge Golf Club on Sunday.
The first half wound up being one of the best ever seen in the program’s 10-year history.
Berry College lost at LaGrange College, 28-27, in double overtime Saturday. With a chance to tie the game, the Vikings ran a fake on the PAT which fell incomplete and LaGrange got away with the win.
Mark Trammell was introduced to wrestling when he was in seventh grade.
Sparked by a defense that picked off a record five passes and an offense that went airborne for three first half touchdown passes, the Hawks improved to 2-0 on Saturday afternoon when they handed host Mars Hill a 27-20 non-conference defeat.
In the first meet of the season, Shorter men's cross country turned in a third place finish while the women finished sixth at Sharon Johnston Park in New Market, Ala.
Berry College closed play at the CNU Tournament with 3-0 wins over William Peace and Johns Hopkins.
The Shorter volleyball team topped Valdosta State, 3-1, in exciting fashion Saturday afternoon as they opened the home portion of their schedule. The win improves the Lady Hawks to 5-2 on the season and 3-0 in conference play and also extends Shorter's win streak to three games.
The struggles continued for the Hawks as they dropped both games in Boca Raton, Fla. over the weekend. First, falling to Lynn University 4-1 Friday evening, and then falling to Palm Beach Atlantic, 3-0, Saturday afternoon.
The Berry men's cross country team placed fourth with 70 points at the Centre College Invitational. The Vikings placed four runners in the top 15. Fifty-two runners raced the 8K course.
Maggie Midkiff scored the lone goal of the day as Berry College defeated Kenyon College, 1-0, at home on Saturday afternoon. Midkiff leads the team with five goals scored for the season.