After winning three out of its first four games this season, Shorter has been on a three-game losing streak and has fallen to 3-4 overall and 1-3 in the ultra-competitive Gulf South Conference.
The Shorter Lady Hawks’ volleyball team turned in its fifth straight win Tuesday night, topping Alabama Huntsville, 3-1, on the road.
The Hawks posted a two-day, three-round total of 889 to finish eighth at UWG Matt Dyas Invitational.
The Berry College men’s golf team shot a 316 in the final round of the O’Briant-Jensen Memorial golf tournament on Tuesday.
Panama City Beach, Fla. -- After the second round of the NCCAA Women's Golf National Championship the Lady Hawks are in second placed, poised to make a run to capture the title in Wednesday's final round.
GRAPEVINE, Texas — The College Football Playoff selection committee has spoken — and it likes the SEC.
For the second straight week, the Berry College women's soccer team is ranked fifth in the South Atlantic region, according to the poll released today by the National Soccer Coaches' Association (NSCAA).
The Southern Athletic Association announced that Berry College's Johnathon Purdy is the men's swimmer of the week.
Shorter runner Silas Too has now added U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Athlete of the Week to his resume.
The Hawks finished the first day of the Matt Dyas Invitational hosted by West Georgia in seventh place with a 294. West Georgia leads the event by a 16 stroke margin at 278 rounding out the top three are Young Harris with a 283, and Delta State at 284.
The Shorter Lady Hawks’ golf team is in fourth place after the first round of the NCCAA Women’s Golf National Championship with a 312.
The Berry College women’s soccer team defeated Rhodes College, 3-0, at Ford Field on Sunday. With the win, the Vikings clinched at least a share of the Southern Athletic Association regular season championship.
Berry College’s men’s soccer team and Rhodes College played to a 1-1 tie in two overtime periods on Sunday at Ford Field.
Birmingham-Southern College scored the game’s first two touchdowns and held off a late Berry College rally as the Panthers prevailed, 23-17, on Saturday.
Facing arguably the hottest team in the Gulf South Conference, the Shorter Hawks were determined to slow a high-powered Valdosta State squad that had rolled up the points and the yards in the past two weeks.
The Lady Hawks’ volleyball team made quick work of Mississippi College Saturday afternoon, topping the Choctaws 3-0.
In a field of mostly Gulf South Conference runners, the Shorter cross country team turned in their best team finishes of the year, with the Hawks finishing third and the Lady Hawks coming in fourth at the Choctaw Challenge hosted by GSC newcomer, Mississippi College.
Berry College ended its regular season conference schedule with a 3-1 loss at Millsaps College on Saturday night. The set scores were 25-22, 17-25, 17-25, and 18-25.
Union's good luck continued in the men's game as the Bulldog's earned their first Gulf South Conference win of the year with a 2-1 decision over men's soccer.
The Berry College men's soccer team won a tight game against Hendrix College, 1-0, at home on Friday afternoon. Bobby Grunow scored the lone goal of the game in the Viking victory.
Led by freshman Michaela Routh's two goals in the second half, the Berry College women's soccer team fought back from a 1-0 deficit against Hendrix College to win their eighth straight game Friday afternoon, 3-1, at Ford Field.