With one game left in the regular season, the Berry College football team has a chance to once again be crowned conference champs.
Emily Hancock and Carson VanCampen dominated the net Sunday afternoon just as they had all weekend to lead the Berry College volleyball team to its third conference championship in a row.
Mason Kinsey reached another milestone, Isaiah Dawson scorched his way into the record books, and No. 21 Berry soared to a 45-22 win over Centre on Saturday in Danville, Kentucky.
With both teams scoreless through most of the first quarter, Shorter’s football team kept up with Delta State despite going into the second quarter down 7-0.
A pair of Berry College athletes have earned recognition from the Southern Athletic Association for their performances in last week’s contests.
The No. 7 Berry College football team allowed an uncharacteristic 315 rushing yards on Saturday night as the Vikings dropped their first game of the season 28-15 at Birmingham-Southern.
CLINTON — Kennesaw State made efficient work of Presbyterian on Saturday, turning four turnovers into 27 points and rolling to a 55-10 victory.
Facing the rain and a grueling afternoon against a conference opponent on homecoming, Shorter’s defense made some big plays to put the Hawks within striking distance of a long-awaited victory.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — A fake punt for a touchdown. A fumble recovery in the end zone for another score. A blocked field goal in the final seconds of regulation to stay in the game.
A pair of local college football athletes were recognized for their weekend performances on Monday, and the Berry Vikings held steady in the polls after another hearty win.
On Saturday afternoon, Shorter (0-6, 0-4 Gulf South Conference) once again struggled to get the offense going against Gulf South Conference opponent West Alabama (4-2, 1-2 Gulf South), falling by a score of 41-0.
With the top two teams in the Southern Athletic Association facing off, Berry’s success in all aspects of the game allowed the Vikings to retain their perfect record and send Hendrix home with its first loss of the season.
Halfway through the college football season and the Berry Vikings are well on their way toward winning a fourth straight Southern Athletic Association title.
After a record-setting 55-0 rout of Sewanee this past weekend, the Berry College football team jumped one spot to No. 7 in the latest American Football Coaches Association Top 25, building on the team’s highest ranking in program history.
The No. 8-ranked Berry College football team showed its strength on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Sewanee Tigers 55-0 and setting a number of program records in the process.
A daunting task faced the Shorter football team Saturday when the Hawks welcomed Valdosta State to Barron Stadium, and the Blazers showed why they’re the top-ranked team in the country.
The first half Berry’s game against Southern Athletic Association foe Millsaps played out like a staring contest under the brutal late-September heat Saturday afternoon.
Trailing 10-7 at halftime, Berry held Trinity scoreless in the second half Saturday and put up a score early in the fourth quarter to maintain their perfect record.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — It took nearly a full half for Kennesaw State’s vaunted running game to find its way Saturday afternoon.
It was a quarter and a half on Saturday that the Shorter Hawks pressed Fort Valley State and held a lead over the Middle Georgia team.
When the Sugar Bowl was over in New Orleans, News Year Day, 1981, the Georgia faithful converged onto the field with uncontrolled glee. Pandemonium prevailed and those in Red and Black swooned to the pure ecstasy of the moment.
After letting a close game slip away in their Gulf South Conference opener, the Shorter Hawks will get a break from league play this week.
Executing well in all aspects of the game, the Berry College football team sent LaGrange College back down Highway 27 with a 1-1 record.
For two quarters Saturday the Shorter football team matched its opponent blow for blow in the Hawks’ home opener, providing a glimpse of what head coach Zach Morrison and his staff have been building since last year.
The in-state rivalry between two Division III programs adds another entry this weekend with a heaping of home field advantage going to the local squad.
Taking away the positives from a loss is something every football team hopes to do. And after opening the season with a defeat at the hands of a Division I opponent, Shorter University’s team is working to do just that.
Shorter head coach Zach Morrison knew things were going to have to go the Hawks’ way in every facet of the game for them to escape with a win in their first game of the 2019 season.
The Berry College volleyball team has garnered plenty of attention over the last few seasons and it’s willing to go the distance to show just how competitive they are on the court.
Zach Morrison is in his second year as Shorter’s head football coach, but he knows there are still things about his team he has yet to figure out.
In the first week of fall sports action, the Berry men’s soccer and volleyball teams came away with a pair of Southern Athletic Association weekly honors.
The Berry men’s soccer team scored a pair of first-half goals within 60 seconds to push the team to a 3-0 season-opening victory over the DePauw Tigers on Saturday at home.
When the men’s team of Georgia Highlands College’s Soccer Club takes the field against Dalton State College in their first home game of the season on September 7, they’ll be doing so as an official member of the Southeast Collegiate Soccer Alliance.
Not to get philosophical, but each season brings about a renewal. And just like fall, spring and summer, football season has its own distinct period here in the south.
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.
With a full week of fall camp practice under its belt, the Shorter football team is getting closer to stepping out onto Barron Stadium in front of its home crowd.
When in the company of retired coaches these days, you often hear them remark how much they would enjoy un-retiring and landing a five-year contract with today’s exorbitant salaries.
With the Shorter football team nearing the start of preseason practice, the Hawks got some recognition Thursday from the Gulf South Conference.
Two days against some of the top amateurs in the southeast ended well for a Berry College golfer on Tuesday as he locked up a spot in the upcoming U.S. Amatuer Championship.
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.