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The Shorter Hawks played their second-straight home game on Saturday afternoon, as they welcomed the Choctaws of Mississippi College to Barron Stadium. Though the weather and festivities could not have been better for Shorter's Homecoming game, the scoreboard was not nearly as pleasant for t…

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Berry head coach Tony Kunzewski said the focus the last few weeks for his team has been trying to get back to playing the brand of football the program has become known for over the last several years or in his words, “playing with an edge.”

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Coming off what was the best offensive output ever in the program’s history, the Berry football team will be making sure that it will pick up where it left off on Saturday when the Vikings host Southern Athletic Association opponent Sewanee for a 3 p.m. kickoff at Valhalla.

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There has been a lot of great football talent developed locally from the youth ranks all the way up through high school in recent years, and that is nowhere more evident than on the fields across the country on any given Saturday in the fall.

For the second time is as many days, Berry running back Brandon Cade was recognized for his performance last week in the Vikings’ 49-21 Southern Athletic Association win Saturday at Millsaps.

The Shorter Hawks were back in action at Barron Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as they hosted the No. 10 University of West Alabama Tigers. Despite a hard-fought effort, the Hawks fell to the visitors 44-7.

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There has been a lot of great football talent developed locally from the youth ranks all the way up through high school in recent years, and that is nowhere more evident than on the fields across the country on any given Saturday in the fall.

The Berry College men’s lacrosse program is set to host its 6th annual “Faceoff for a Cause” event on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Valhalla Stadium alongside the programs from Birmingham-Southern, Emmanuel, Georgia Tech, Lander, Newberry, Reinhardt, Shorter and Young-Harris.

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The Berry football team, winners of the last five straight Southern Athletic Association championships, begins its defense of their SAA title on Saturday when the Vikings host the Trinity Warriors for a 6 p.m. Mountain Day clash at Valhalla Stadium.

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Senior Laura Beier continues to be Berry’s defensive anchor, keeping them in-system and leading the Vikings to three victories last weekend, which in turn has resulted in another Southern Athletic Association honor when for the second time this season the libero earned SAA Defensive Player o…

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There has been a lot of great football talent developed locally from the youth ranks all the way up through high school in recent years, and that is nowhere more evident than on the fields across the country on any given Saturday in the Fall.

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Shorter was looking to carry the momentum they had built in the early season into their Gulf South Conference schedule on Saturday when they hosted West Georgia for the Hawks’ conference opener. Unfortunately for the home team, the Wolves were the team that were able to come into the game wi…

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There has been a lot of great football talent developed locally from the youth ranks all the way up through high school in recent years, and that is nowhere more evident than on the fields across the country on any given Saturday in the fall.

The Berry football team found out why the No. 2-ranked Division III football team in the nation is considered a perennial favorite to win a national championship, something it has done six times, when the homestanding Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks handed the No. 25-ranked Vikings a 39-7 defe…

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There has been a lot of great football talent developed locally from the youth ranks all the way up through high school in recent years, and that is nowhere more evident than on the fields across the country on any given Saturday in the fall.

Last Saturday, I took a walk from my campus address to Sanford Stadium which got me in the mood for a game which brought about pre-game concerns. UAB has had such success in Conference USA that I was a worried man singing a worried song.

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A day after they moved up in the Division III women’s volleyball national rankings, the undefeated No. 7 Berry Vikings proved their worth Wednesday night with a 3-0 sweep over Oglethorpe.

The Berry Women’s golf team set a new team record for the lowest round in a tournament that helped the Vikings finish fourth in the 13-team MCC Women’s Intercollegiate tournament at the Montgomery (Ala.) Country Club.

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A pair of victories — that’s what the Berry women’s soccer team compiled over the weekend, first going to North Carolina on Saturday night where they handed host Brevard a 2-0 defeat and then making the trip to Macon, Ga., on Sunday where they rolled past Wesleyan 6-1 for the Vikings third s…

ALBANY — After their big opening win in Week 1, the Shorter Hawks traveled to Albany to take on the Golden Rams of Albany State University (ASU) on Saturday night. Unfortunately, the Hawks dropped their first away game of the season 28-12 in front of 8,051 fans at ASU Coliseum.

Stanley Joseph’s header in the 89th minute lifted the Shorter Hawks to a 1-0 season opening win over the visiting Carson-Newman University Eagles on Saturday night on Ben Brady Field.

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Shorter head coach Zach Morrison said his players have been extremely dedicated in putting in the work beforehand to make sure the 2021 season is a successful one, and on Saturday at Barron Stadium that preparation and grind paid dividends.

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