Allie Coronado tossed a complete game shutout as Berry College captured the final game of the Southern Athletic Association regular season, 2-0, and the championship. Berry is now now 29-9 and finished 18-4 in conference. BSC ended the regular season 23-18 and 19-5.
The Lady Hawks completed the three game sweep of Delta State with a 7-0 win over the Lady Statesmen Saturday afternoon.
Berry College rallied from behind to capture a 13-10 win over Rhodes in a Southern Athletic Association quarterfinal game on Saturday.
Men's lacrosse closed out the season with a 20-10 win over Ohio Valley University to finish the season 7-7 and on a three game win streak.
Heading into what will be a busy finale to the 2014 Peach Belt Conference Track and Field Championships hosted by Shorter today, the Hawks and Lady Hawks find themselves in a catch-up position as Nova Southeastern —sparked by notching the top four finishes in the 3,000 steeplechase — is at the top of the standings while defending PBC champ Alabama-Huntsville leads the race toward the men’s title with 100 points.
Lady Hawks softball swept the doubleheader with Delta State Friday afternoon to extend their win streak to 15 games. Shorter improves to 33-9 on the season and 19-4 in the Gulf South Conference with the wins.
Shorter baseball fell to No. 7 Delta State Friday afternoon, 10-2. The loss drops the Hawks to 9-27 on the season and 6-16 in Gulf South Conference play.
In their final game of the season Shorter women’s lacrosse fell to Florida Southern 21-4 to close out the 2014 campaign with a 5-9 record.
Ben Jernigan recorded 16 strikeouts and had a complete game shutout as Berry College won at Centre College, 4-0, on Friday night.
Saturday, April 19, will mark the culmination of four player's careers as members of the Men's Lacrosse team at Shorter University. Seniors - Ryan Baird, Kyle Morris and Kyle VanKauwenberg - along with junior, Brandon Weise, will each don the Hawks uniform for the final time as Shorter takes on Ohio Valley at noon at Ben Brady Field.
The Shorter Hawks and Lady Hawks turned in a pair of wins, received some key place points and showed how deep they are in the sprints as they each ended the first day of the Peach Belt Conference track and field championships at Barron Stadium in third place.
The schedule has been adjusted for this weekend's baseball games against Delta State. Originally, Friday was to feature the doubleheader between the teams, with Saturday scheduled as a single nine inning game. Now, Friday will be the single nine inning game with the doubleheader being moved to Saturday; games will begin at noon both days.
Women's lacrosse fell to Shepherd University Thursday afternoon, 22-13, at Ben Brad Field. The loss drops the Lady Hawks to 5-8 on the season; while Shepherd improves to 9-5.
YOUNG HARRIS — After beginning the season at No. 4 on the National Christian College Athletic Association’s (NCCAA) official top 10 rankings, each week the Lady Hawks have steadily climbed their way up.
ATLANTA — The SAA released the women’s golf Golfer of the Week for events played April 8-14 and Berry’s Sydney Weaver claimed the weekly honor.
This weekend, the Shorter men’s and women’s track team will be out to give the university its first NCAA conference title when the Hawks and Lady Hawks compete in the 2014 Peach Belt Conference Championships that begins on today.
ATLANTA — Doug Heath and Alex McGill both had two hits, but Berry College lost at Emory, 5-0, on Wednesday.
A good–looking campus, nice weather, a solid communications program and a softball team striving to win its conference championship equaled a perfect fit for Pepperell High School’s Casey Padgett, who signed a national letter of intent to play softball for Eckerd College Wednesday morning in a ceremony at Pepperell.
ROME — The University of the Cumberlands won the 2014 George H. Bedwell Tournament, which concluded Tuesday at Stone bridge Golf Club.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Apparently, Clemson’s quarterback competition is not over just yet.
MARTINEZ— In the final week before the Peach Belt Conference Track and Field Championships, the Hawks and Lady Hawks were well represented in the conference’s Athlete of the Week honors; earning three of the four spots. Kirk Wilson and Stefanos Koufidis garnered the accolades for the second straight week, while Lakeisha Spikes earned the recognition for the first time this season.