Georgia’s 2021 G-Day game on April 17 will look a lot like the 2020 home season.
The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) has modified its 2021 spring football schedule due to inclement weather and COVID-19 protocols and policies. This coming Saturday, Feb. 20, is now being designated as an off week for all teams.
After Berry’s come-from-behind 26-23 victory at Birmingham-Southern last Saturday, quarterback Gavin Gray and kicker Matthew Syverson earned Southern Athletic Association (SAA) conference honors.
Down 23-20 with less than a minute to go in the fourth quarter, Berry was a mere 6 feet away from taking the lead over Birmingham-Southern.
Most paths to college football usually take shape within months of graduating from high school.
Recruiting restrictions brought about by the pandemic forced coaching staffs to find new ways to make their pitches to top high school seniors.
Former South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has accepted an off-field position at Georgia, his alma mater, as an analyst on Kirby Smart’s staff.
The Model Blue Devils saw a flurry of football signings on National Signing Day as Owen Henderson, Luke Holtzendorf, Sam Silver and Chris Ridling all committed to continue their academic and football careers at the next level.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida promoted Garrick McGee from analyst to quarterbacks coach Friday, filling a vacancy created by Brian Johnson’s departure to the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles.
MOBILE, Ala. — Mac Jones’ last game was for a national championship. The next game he plays is for his NFL draft stock, provided the Alabama quarterback’s gimpy left ankle is good to go.
The Southern Athletic Association has announced its current fan policy, which is slated to start as athletic competition gets underway the weekend of Jan. 15-17.
Angelle “Sister” Thornton grew up with a tennis racket in her right hand. Well, almost. Her prowess on the court has landed her a spot on the 2020-2021 Berry College tennis team.
With the exception of football, varsity sports programs across northwest Georgia wrapped up their first full week of competition. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has complicated the return to the classroom and the field/court, with concern over a worsening spread.
Following the NCAA’s canceled Division II and III championships for fall sports, Shorter University has modified its 2020 football schedule.
Shorter Women’s Basketball head coach Jared Hughes announced 11 new athletes to the program, one of the largest collegiate recruiting classes across the country. This is the first full class entering Shorter under Hughes’ leadership.
The Shorter track and field program will now move its meets from Barron Stadium to Darlington School. The Hawks will make the 2.5-mile journey south for the coming track and field season.
The Gulf South Conference announced Thursday it will delay the start of intercollegiate fall competition to either the last week of September or the first week of October.
Berry College has found its next women’s soccer head coach. Berry College Director of Athletics, Angel Mason, announced alumna Kathy Insel Brown’s hiring to the top position of the program Thursday.
The Berry Vikings will have to find a way to cope with the loss of fall sports as the Southern Athletic Association announced Thursday it is suspending all conference athletic competition for the 2020 fall season.
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has selected the Berry College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams for Scholar All-American honors.
Georgia Highlands College alumnus Bryson Horne recently received a phone call that resulted in reaching a long-time goal: an offer to sign with the Atlanta Braves as an undrafted free agent.
Shorter University announced the promotion of Richard Hendricks to serve as the University’s Director of Athletics on Wednesday. He will begin his duties on July 1.
Lorenzo Canalis, the winningest coach in Berry women’s soccer history, announced Tuesday his plan to retire on May 31 after 25 years as the head coach of the Vikings women’s soccer program.
Any glimmer of hope that Rome would get to welcome some of the top collegiate tennis players and their fans to town this year was put to rest on Tuesday.
With the suspension of college sports across the country, a group of Berry College athletes were given something Monday to help soften the blow.
From the rec league to big leagues, every type of athletic activity has been affected by the move to stop the spread of the new coronavirus.
By the time fans and players began arriving for Berry College’s softball doubleheader with Hiram College on Friday, the ripple effect of the spread of COVID-19 had reached the world’s largest college campus.
The impact of what Armuchee girls’ tennis coach Mary Stuart Ratledge had just read was still ricocheting around her head as she tried to comprehend what it meant.
KENNESAW — Getting to play football in high school and college has given Desmond Johnson Jr. and Mason Kinsey plenty of good memories.
Over the weekend, the Berry College softball team suffered only its second loss of the season. Bayleigh Masterson helped make sure her team moved on from the loss in a big way.
While the high school basketball season officially came to an end this past weekend, a local group is once again providing a stage for senior players to take the floor one last time in their team’s uniform.