The men’s and women’s Ultimate Frisbee teams, the Berry Bucks and Berry Women’s Ultimate, are preparing for a modified season that includes competition guidelines and other precautions to keep athletes safe and healthy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
With over a year since their last game, Berry football is finally set to return to the field this Saturday as they launch their campaign for a fifth successive Southern Athletic Association (SAA) championship.
The men and women’s track and field teams kicked off their 2021 spring season at the Roanoke elite indoor meet on Feb. 6.
Nearly a month after Berry hired her as its new director of sports information and promotion (SID), Brooke Brumbelow is integrating herself quickly to help the athletics department thrive.
On Jan. 9, the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) announced the cancelation of the 2021 IHSA postseason, including the Hunter Seat Zone Finals, Western Semi-Finals and the National Championship Horse Show.
After a semester without athletic competitions and limited practice opportunities, Berry’s varsity teams are set to resume intercollegiate play this semester.
After the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) announced its policy on fan attendance of sporting events on Jan. 8, Berry has now released further information on the matter.
Sports teams across the nation, including coaches, players and fans, have experienced schedule readjustments, the introduction of new safety regulations, game (and in some cases season) cancelations and other changes as a result of the ongoing pandemic.