College Sports

Coming back from winning its second straight Southern Athletic Association regular season and tournament titles, the Berry Volleyball team will open this season ranked No. 19 in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III preseason poll.

Three years after his talent was first validated by his selection in the Major League Baseball draft, Dylan Beasley was rewarded with another slot in the annual event, only this time he’s going to follow it through.

Georgia Highlands College has appointed David Mathis as the new Director of Athletics. Former Director and Head Men’s Basketball Coach Phil Gaffney has accepted a position as head coach for Gulf Coast State College’s men’s basketball team in Panama City, Florida.

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 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.

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.

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’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.

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