Easley, S.C. -- The Lady Hawks earned the first ever NCCAA South Region Championship; winning the two day tournament hosted by Southern Wesleyan by a 58 stroke margin. Freshman, Jennifer Yu, also came away with a victory of her own, finishing first individually.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams had another tough weekend with two wins, six losses, and a tie, bringing the season record to 14-18-4.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Berry College closed play with a 298 score and finished sixth at the Gordin Invitational, which concluded on Tuesday at the Columbus Country Club. The Vikings shot 298-304-298 for a 900 total.
MURFREESBORO, Tennessee – Berry College fired a second round 320 and held on to second place at the SAA Women's Golf Preview, which concluded on Monday at the Old Fort Club.
For the second time in as many weeks one of Shorter's women's soccer players has earned Gulf South Conference Freshman of the Week honors. This time the recognition was given to Lady Hawks' goalkeeper, Alden Powell.
Berry College shot 298 and 304, and is in sixth place at the Gordin Invitational.
Coming off of a season opening win, Shorter women’s golf team was eager to keep the trend going, and that’s just what they did on the first day of competition at the NCCAA South Region Tournament hosted by Southern Wesleyan University.
ATLANTA -- The SAA released the women's soccer Players of the Week for matches played September 22-28 and Berry's Maggie Midkiff collected the offensive honor.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Colts released receiver Da'Rick Rogers on Monday after he was inactive for all four games this season.
The SAA released the men's soccer Players of the Week for matches played September 22-28 and Jon Nelson of Berry collected the defensive honor.
DAHLONEGA -- The Berry College western equestrian team dominated at their first two shows of the season on Saturday.
The Lady Hawks earned their first Gulf South Conference win of the season Sunday afternoon; topping West Georgia on the road, 1-0.
The Berry College volleyball team played one of their best matches of the year as they defeated Centre College, 3-0, at the Cage Center on Sunday afternoon. The set scores were 25-18, 25-15 and 25-15.
Berry College shot a first round 315 and is second place at the Southern Athletic Association Fall Preview on Sunday. The Vikings’ team round is its lowest — by 11 strokes — since Berry transitioned to NCAA Division III.
The Shorter men’s soccer team travelled to Lawrenceville to take on the NAIA’s seventh-ranked Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies. After 110 minutes of play, the game ended in a 1-1 tie.
The Berry men’s cross country team placed sixth at the Rhodes Invitational on Saturday. The Berry women’s cross country team placed eighth.
On nine of Berry’s 15 drives, quarterback Dale Jackson was sacked a total of 10 times for 79 yards lost.
Almost. Saturday afternoon at Barron Stadium, Berry’s football squad had so many close chances, but somehow the opportunities to grab hold and possibly upset Rhodes all fell just slightly short in the Vikings 12-0 loss.
For many months now the indoor trout stream at the Rome-Floyd E.C.O. River Education Center has been basically a dry cement pond.
Rome’s 11-and-younger Double Day Dawgs baseball team won the BPA Rumble in Rome tournament.
The Berry College men’s and women’s swimming and diving team traveled this weekend for their season opener at Brenau University.