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.
Four Vikings had multiple hits, and Dylan Beasley tossed 11 strikeouts across seven scoreless frames as the Berry College baseball team rolled to a 12-0 victory on their home field over Millsaps on Saturday afternoon.
In exclusive voting by head coaches of the Southern Athletic Association, the Berry College softball team swept the major all-conference awards and had six Vikings named to the All-SAA first team.
Jacob Delk hit a bases-clearing, three-RBI triple in the bottom of the eighth inning to seal a 9-4 victory for Berry College over Hendrix in the opening round of the Southern Athletic Association tournament on Thursday night.
The new era of Shorter University football took its next step forward Saturday as head coach Zach Morrison and his staff led the team’s annual spring game at Ben Brady Field. “We have improved, but we’ve still got a long way to go, and the guys know that,” Morrison said. “I’m proud of the ef…
There is an abundance of enthusiasm around the football program at Shorter University as spring practice comes to a close. Hawks head coach Zach Morrison feels good about the progress his squad has made since taking the helm in January.
Kylie Aiken and Bayleigh Masterson strung together back-to-back RBI doubles in the bottom of the fifth inning and the Berry College softball team held on to defeat Southern Athletic Association rival Birmingham-Southern 3-1 in a Senior Day contest on Saturday afternoon.
Bayleigh Masterson homered twice and Brittany Tuttle became the first softball player in Berry College history to reach 100 career stolen bases Saturday as the No. 5-ranked Vikings defeated Rhodes College 7-4 to take the series.
A mid-week series went Shorter University’s way after the Lady Hawks’ softball team managed to edge No. 22 Alabama Huntsville in both games of a doubleheader Thursday.
A day after a rough loss at Rockmart, the Armuchee baseball team turned things around in a rescheduled game against Gordon Central and won 10-1 on its home field.
Shorter University’s baseball team hosted Carson-Newman on Tuesday and captured a 3-1 win over the non-conference foe to bring the Hawks’ winning streak to three games.
This Saturday, the Berry College baseball team will be hosting a fundraiser to support the Northwest Georgia Alzheimer’s Association in an effort to make a difference in the community.
A group of Berry College swimmers will be heading to the NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships this week for the first time in the school’s history.
The No. 8 Berry College softball team remained undefeated in Southern Athletic Association play Saturday, topping Millsaps on the road 4-0 and 6-1 to improve to 18-3 on the year.
After leading by as many as 20 points in the first half Friday against South Georgia Tech, the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end.
The Rome High boys’ tennis team fought hard on the courts Thursday afternoon and managed to pull out a 3-2 win over Region 7-5A foe Kell at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
Less than two weeks after steering the Berry College men’s basketball team to its first-ever Southern Athletic Association title, head coach Jeff Rogers is resigning.
There’s no panic in the voice of Georgia Highlands College head men’s basketball coach Phil Gaffney as he talks about his team’s season heading into the conference semifinals.
Unity Christian School student-athlete Collin Mathis made his post-high school plans solid Thursday as he officially signed to run track at Berry College.
The quest for a fourth straight conference title began with a victory for the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team Tuesday on its home court.
Head Coach David Beasley earned his 600th career victory after 21 seasons at the helm, as the Berry College baseball program defeated the Emory University Eagles 6-3 on Sunday afternoon.
Romin Williams came off the bench for Emory University and scored a game-high 25 points as the Eagles pulled away late Friday to defeat Berry College 91-72 in the opening round of the NCAA Division III men’s basketball tournament.
Finishing the program’s single-game record, the Berry College women’s lacrosse team was lifted by a seven-goal performance from Rose Blanchard to best the Battling Bishops of North Carolina Wesleyan 23-4 on Thursday.
For the first time in the program’s history, Berry College’s women’s swimming team will send athletes to the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Clamping down on defense early, the Georgia Highlands College women’s basketball team rolled to a 75-46 win over Andrew College in the opening round of the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
A weekend of huge wins and big moments was capped off with one last achievement for the Berry College men’s basketball team — a conference championship.
An eight-run fifth inning boosted the Coosa baseball team to a run-rule shortened victory Saturday, giving the Eagles their first win of the young season.