Category: Sports

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 19

Avery Benson of Texas Tech joins the show to talk about scoring 10pts against #1 Louisville at the Garden, why he got rid of his mullet, and how he found out he got put on scholarship. PLUS Noah and John talk Super Bowl, NBA trade deadline, and much more!


Pickleball has been added to an assortment of activities that Berry offers to students.

Swim and dive teams hopeful for SAA championships

The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams have been working hard to prepare for the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) conference championships that begin on Feb. 12 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Angel Mason ready to define Berry Athletics

Angel Mason became Berry College’s new director of athletics on Jun. 1, 2019. Since then, she has gotten to work with two main goals in mind: integrating Berry life and establishing the college as one of the best programs in its conference and division.

Current Use of Video Assistant Referee is a VARce

Column on the growing discontent with VAR’s current use.

Jorie Hodapp has a rich history, hopeful future for her baking business

Senior women’s golf player Jorie Hodapp has been making baked goods, such as wedding cakes, cupcakes and cookies, since she was 12 years old, which ultimately led her to create her own business, Jorie Cakes.

Interim head softball coach hopes to create new traditions

For the first time in the team’s history, the Berry softball team will have a different head coach leading the team. 

Berry baseball looking to reclaim conference title

After winning the program’s first and only Southern Athletic Association (SAA) title two years ago, Berry baseball is looking to reclaim their spot at the top of the conference. 

Junior College Athletes Make Way to Berry, and are Here to Stay

The current landscape of junior college athletics, is comparable to that of a famous quote by Leo Durocher: “Many attend, few understand.”