Category: Sports

Women’s basketball welcomes new assistant coach

As the Berry women’s basketball team gears up for another season, McKamie Place, who has been playing basketball since she was 4 years old, will serve as the team’s new assistant coach.

New women’s soccer members adjusting quickly

Jacob Hunt, Campus Carrier staff writer Women’s soccer is back with a team perfectly divided by experience. With 16 new members and 16 returning, the Vikings are trying to find their stride once again by […]

Volleyball makes statement with early success

Seven games into the season, Berry volleyball has already defeated three nationally ranked teams and taken No.1 Emory University all the way in a tiebreaker set, sending a strong message to their competitors.

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 3

Noah, John, and John’s brother Nathan sit down in the studio to talk NFL Week 1, college football Week 2, 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, films we’re excited about, and Taco Bell vs. Waffle House for THE late-night spot

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Past successes forgotten as football looks ahead

Fresh from their third consecutive SAA championship title, Berry football wants to avoid lingering on previous success as they prepare for the new season.

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 2

John and Noah make the on-camera debut of the show and discuss microwaves, 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, and much more!

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The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 1

Noah and Steve kick off Season 2 with discussion on the last three months, 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, and which athletes you would want on your team in a different sport.

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Berry ultimate frisbee team won regionals, progressed to nationals

The Berry men’s ultimate frisbee team made it to nationals as one of the top 16 teams this past season.

Player turnover not an excuse for men’s soccer

Berry College’s men’s soccer team lost half of its members since the beginning of last season, but they consider the necessary rebuild an opportunity rather than a setback.