The Berry College men’s golf team shot a program record for the NCAA Division III era this week by finishing 19-under at the Rhodes College Spring Classic in Memphis, Tennessee, on Tuesday, claiming the top spot in a strong field.
The Berry College baseball team improved to 22-9 overall and 10-4 in Southern Athletic Association play on Saturday with a doubleheader sweep of Millsaps at William R. Bowdoin Field.
The Rome High boys' soccer team fought to end its spring break on a high note this weekend, playing in the Adidas Smoky Mountain Cup in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
One of the most decorated groups of Darlington wrestlers was celebrated this week as four seniors moved to continue their education and wrestling careers at the next level.
Nearly 10 months after its previous director of athletics announced his resignation, Berry College now has a new leader for its sports department.
Angel Mason, Senior Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Pomona-Pitzer, has been named the next director of athletics at Berry College following a national search, Berry president Stephen R. Briggs announced on Tuesday.
Berry College baseball coach David Beasley says there’s a simple reason the Vikings have been so successful at the plate this season.
The No. 16 Berry College softball team secured a series sweep of Hendrix College on Saturday afternoon, claiming the final game with a 15-5 run-rule victory.
The Berry College baseball team continues to pick up speed, winning seven of its last eight games, including a three-game sweep against conference foe Sewanee and back-to-back walk-off wins against Marietta and SUNY Cortland.
Whether at the plate or on the mound, Berry College’s Dylan Beasley is getting things done for the Vikings this season, and he’s getting recognized for his work.
With a season that changed courses many times due to unforeseen circumstances, the Georgia Highlands College men’s basketball team did its best to maintain a level of success and accomplishment that has become its trademark.
For the second time in as many games, the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team upset a higher seed on Friday night, stunning top-seeded and host Andrew College Tigers 92-80 to advance to Saturday’s NJCAA Region XVII championship game.
Unity Christian girls’ basketball coach Melanie Thornbury and the Lady Lions took home the top awards for the second straight year Tuesday at the 33rd annual Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club banquet at Berry College’s Krannert Center.
It was win or go home for the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team on Tuesday night, and the Chargers found a way to get the 88-83 win in overtime against Gordon State in the NJCAA Region XVII quarterfinals.
The Georgia Highlands women made a thrilling comeback in the semifinals of the NJCAA Region XVII tournament, but they weren’t able to make it happen twice.
History, service and achievement were all recognized this week as the newest members of the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame were given the spotlight.
The postseason officially got underway for the Georgia Highlands College women’s basketball team with a powerful performance on its home court.
The Berry men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end Saturday in Danville, Kentucky, completing its most successful season in 10 years.
The Georgia Highlands women’s basketball team plays its final regular season game this afternoon, but the Lady Chargers are already set for the start of their conference tournament.
After making waves during the regular season, both Berry College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams are prepared to start the postseason tonight in their respective conference tournaments.
The Georgia Highlands basketball teams hosted its final doubleheader of the regular season with a win for the men against Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association foe Albany Tech and an overtime loss for the women’s team.
The Berry College women’s basketball team tied the program’s most conference wins in the Southern Athletic Association on Sunday, earning its ninth straight SAA victory with a 47-40 victory at Centre College.
CUMBERLAND — Lights and cameras focused on some of Rome High’s top football players once again on Wednesday, but this time they were marking their transition to the next level instead of battling on the gridiron.
Three Floyd County football players decided where they would further their academic and playing careers Wednesday with one heading north to Tennessee and two staying close to home in hopes of helping the Shorter football program get back on its feet.
BLACKSBURG, Va. — Knox Kadum can hardly believe he’s set to become a member of Virginia Tech’s 2019 football recruiting class on Wednesday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina forward Victaria Saxton is working her way through her first season with the Gamecocks, and that work is getting noticed.
Madeline Sandman knocked down a 3-pointer at the buzzer Sunday to lift the Berry College women’s basketball team to a 60-58 win against Birmingham-Southern at The Cage Center.
The Berry College women’s basketball team won its sixth straight contest Friday with a 56-53 upset over Millsaps College on Friday night taking down the top team in the Southern Athletic Association.
The Georgia Highlands women’s basketball team overcame a tough first half to pull away for an 84-62 conference win over Andrew College on Wednesday at home.
The Berry College women’s basketball team won its fifth straight conference game on Sunday afternoon topping Rhodes College 57-47 at The Cage Center.
The Berry College men’s basketball team overcame a slow start to defeat Hendrix College 53-44 at the Cage Center on Friday night, giving them four wins in their last five games.
There are a lot of things that make a good coach, and for Georgia Highlands men’s basketball coach Phil Gaffney, winning games is just a small part of it.
A swing from one extreme to the other gave the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team a huge conference win Wednesday as the Chargers rallied for a 101-83 home win over East Georgia State.
The list of SEC head football coaches making recruiting trips to Rome and Floyd County got a little longer Tuesday as Florida’s Dan Mullen dropped in to visit with coaches at Darlington School and Rome High School.
Berry College's Alex Weems became just the third women’s player in the team's NCAA DIII era to score 1,000 career points on Sunday afternoon in a Southern Athletic Association contest.
Pursuing a career in the world of sports can be gratifying to the individual, but the effect it has on others around them can sometimes be what gets a person noticed.
The Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team pushed its winning streak to three games Saturday while earning a come-from-behind win against league-leading Gordon State.
With around a third of the college basketball regular season left to play, the Georgia Highlands men and women basketball team are in good position in the conference standings and riding two-game winning streaks.
Fresh off coaching his team in a fourth consecutive College Football Playoff national championship game, Alabama head coach Nick Saban was in town Tuesday on a recruiting trip. The four-time SEC Coach of the Year visited Darlington School and Rome High School, checking up on each one’s footb…
Berry College’s Elijah Hirsh claimed his second Southern Athletic Association Player of the Week honor of the season after a pair of big conference wins this past weekend.
The Berry College men’s basketball team pulled out a 69-64 overtime victory over Sewanee on Friday night, snapping the visiting Tigers’ six-game win streak.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — With stunning ease — and a freshman quarterback — Clemson toppled college football's greatest dynasty again to become the first perfect playoff champion.
The GHC women’s basketball team went on the road to Southern Crescent Tech and came away with a 53-38 GCAA conference win over the Lady Tigers. The Lady Chargers got off to a sluggish start offensively scoring only nine points in the first period but pulled out to 24-18 halftime lead. The La…
The 2018 year in sports for the Greater Rome area saw big performances from rushing attacks in prep football action, while, on the college level, a team dedicated its season to a brother in arms injured during a game.
The path to making their choices official on where to play college football was not a smooth one, but two Floyd County football players are heading for the next level with gratitude.
Bryson Lamboy stepped onto the front line and into the spotlight for the Berry College Vikings this season, and he will complete his collegiate career as an All-America selection.