A momentum-shifting second-half surge ran out just short of ending a long drought for the Shorter Hawks on Saturday afternoon, but it allowed the Shorter faithful to leave Barron Stadium with a bit more hope for the program’s future.
Bryson Lamboy’s efforts on defense kept the Berry College football team alive in a Southern Athletic Association contest against Millsaps at Valhalla Stadium on Saturday, leading to a 28-21 win in overtime.
The Berry College volleyball team continues to be a dominant force in Southern Athletic Association play with recent 3-0 wins against conference foes Hendrix and Rhodes.
Playing in a heavy downpour at times Saturday in Conway, Arkansas, the Berry College Vikings took advantage of three Hendrix turnovers and settled in for a 35-14 win over in a Southern Athletic Association contest.
The Berry College football team continues its remarkable season this week with a road trip to Hendrix College and a couple of players who have been garnering attention.
Berry College’s Bryson Lamboy has been named the Southern Athletic Association Football Defensive Player of the Week after a stellar defensive performance against Sewanee on Mountain Day.
Frustration is still a part of the mix of emotions on the Shorter Hawks sideline. But recent games have also included some flashes of celebration as the team shows its determination.
After a 61-0 blowout of Austin College last Saturday, the Berry College football team jumped to No. 14 in the latest D3football.com Top 25, the highest ranking in program history.
Shorter football fans at Barron Stadium on Saturday got to see the Hawks put on their best performance of the season so far despite losing to sixth-ranked West Georgia 58-27.
The Berry College community has generated an outpouring of support for Vikings football player Justus Edwards who was injured in last Saturday’s football game at Centre College. Edwards, a sophomore from Alabama, continues to be evaluated for injuries sustained and is beginning a recovery pr…
The Berry and Shorter football teams have been away for a while, but the Vikings and Hawks will soon be back in familiar settings surrounded by their home fans.
In a back-and-forth battle for SAA supremacy, the Berry Vikings managed to escape with a 38-35 overtime victory Saturday night against the Centre Colonels, maintaining their perfect record.
This past weekend’s college football action featured a record-setting performance for Kennesaw State, and a first for a former Pepperell receiver.
The No. 18 Berry College Vikings survived a back-and-forth battle Saturday at Rhodes College, winning their first Southern Athletic Association contest, 42-35.
Rome’s college football teams will be out of town this weekend, but their games will be a little more meaningful as they begin conference play on the road.
An early lead got away from the Shorter Hawks after two turnovers gave Tusculum a boost in the second quarter of a 61-14 loss Saturday in the first home game of the Zach Morrison era.
The Berry College football team began a three-week road stint with a 34-21 win against LaGrange on Saturday night and moved to 2-0 on the season.
After opening their season on the road last week, the Shorter football team is eager for their home opener today, while Berry College is at LaGrange for its first of three straight road games.
A handful of talented players who spent their Friday nights in the fall on the football fields of Floyd County have found their spot on Saturday’s playing for a number of college teams.
Berry senior quarterback Tate Adcock outdueled four Maryville quarterbacks Saturday and set the stage for a 38-3 win for the No. 22 Vikings to open the 2018 season.
The Berry College football team has opened the season against the Maryville Scots for the last five years. The last two have led wins over the Scots that began conference championship seasons for the Vikings.
Although the outcome was not what the Hawks had hoped for, Head Coach Zach Morrison was pleased with the Effort, Attitude, and Energy during the game Thursday, August 30.
The lead-up to the first game of the 2018 season for the Shorter Hawks hasn’t been like most college football programs. It’s been a preseason of new players, new uniforms, new offense and new coaches.
The Berry College Athletics Department has announced the hiring of Trevor Lydic to serve as the assistant coach for the Vikings' men's basketball team effective immediately.
The start of Zach Morrison’s first preseason camp as Shorter head football coach has had one thing he has been pleased to see — competition.
Nemo Reddish helped his high school team reach the pinnacle of success. Now he’s getting recognized for the work he’s doing at the college level.
Trevor Proctor’s senior season didn’t go as he had hoped, but he’s making up for lost time by being able to solidify his future both on the diamond and in the classroom.
Six years into his time helping mold the Berry College football program from its beginnings, head coach Tony Kunczewski can boast about a lot of things.
The reputation of the Berry College football team has grown by leaps and bounds in just five seasons, and the Vikings are heading into season No. 6 with a program first.
Head coach Zach Morrison and the Shorter University football coaching staff recently hosted their second football camp of the summer, which brought out 244 athletes from five different states.
The Berry College football program will enter their sixth season of play this year when the Vikings open play Sept. 1 at Valhalla Stadium against Maryville.
A solid variety of talent and positions are expected to join Berry College on the turf of Valhalla this fall as the Vikings enter their sixth season of competition with some expectations.
Softball player Kassie Howard and baseball player Jacob Delk have left lasting impressions in the record books of Berry College Athletics, and they are rounding out their careers with one final feather in their caps.
The Berry softball team saw its 15-game winning streak come to an end Friday as the Vikings were shut out 4-0 to Virginia Wesleyan in the opener of the NCAA Division III Super Regionals
The No. 4 Berry College softball team scraped by with a close 1-0 victory over Maryville College on Sunday in the title game of the NCAA Division III Atlanta Regionals, advancing to the program’s first super regional round.
The Berry College softball team advanced to the winner’s bracket finals of the 2018 NCAA Atlanta Regionals on Saturday after a 7-1 victory over the Maryville Scots. The Vikings will play Maryville again today at noon with a chance to advance to the Super Regionals. Berry will only need to wi…
For the second consecutive year, Berry College’s Clark Track and Dickey Field at Valhalla Stadium will serve as a host for the Georgia High School Association State Track and Field Championships.
As spring turns closer to summer, collegiate sports teams around the country get ready to begin competition on a national scale. Berry College’s softball and women’s golf teams are two such groups.
For a few moments in their SAA Championship Series with Rhodes College, the Berry College baseball team had a glimmer of hope of winning a conference title on their home field.
Berry College Athletics Director, Todd Brooks, announced today the hiring of Mitch Cole to serve as Berry’s new head men’s basketball coach.
A season of firsts has led the Berry College baseball team to an opportunity for another first in the program’s history, ant it will be able to achieve it on their home field.
Some consistent performances over the three days of the Southern Athletic Association Women’s Golf Championship led to a historic moment for the Berry College team.