Category: Sports

eSports as Spectacle: Are we chained to the cave wall?

Some do not recognize eSports as sports, because gaming doesn’t seem to require the same level of physical exertion and fitness that most traditional sports do. But, in terms of spectacle, eSports are absolutely legitimate as sports.

Name, Image, Likeness: College athletes crack open the door to compensation

The Supreme Court decided last year that college athletes could sign endorsement deals, trading use of their name, image or likeness (NIL) for money.

De-stigmatizing mental health in college sports

Student-athletes face pressures to perform well for their coaches and teammates, while at the same time juggling studies and pressures to excel in the classroom.

Name, Image, Likeness right for college athletes: A good thing?

Thoughts on NCAA’s concession to allow endorsement deals for student-athletes.

Equestrian Team members qualify for nationals

Rette Solomon and Morgan Van Hoven will represent Berry in national competition.

Successful season for men’s and women’s Ultimate Frisbee teams

Both teams advance to nationals following regional wins.

Baseball and Softball bring winning cultures to Berry

The baseball team has completed eight straight seasons with a winning record, while the softball team has completed 10 winning seasons in a row.

Berry adds beach volleyball, pioneers D-III play

On Saturday, April 16, Berry College’s new beach volleyball team finished its first season with a fourth place finish at the Small College Beach Championships in Tavares, Fla.

Cup of Joe

In this episode host Joe Miller speaks with guest Brian Williams about the NFL draft picks and what it means for the upcoming season.

Berry to host ultimate frisbee tournament 

Berry College will be hosting the Division III Ultimate Southeast Regional Championship tournament on April 23 and 24 at the Ford Fields.