The start of the season for Berry’s men’s and women’s tennis teams has been repeatedly disrupted by the weather, but with a week-long trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina, coming up over spring break, the teams are ready to finally get their season going.
Larry Lester, the co-founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, spoke about the importance of black baseball at the Rome Area History Center and Berry on Feb. 27.
Aidan McQuade of Colorado basketball joins the show to talk about the Buffs’ season and his journey to Boulder.
Later, Noah and John talk about the unwritten rules of baseball, whether Duke is in trouble, and the CoronaLimeVirus. Plus, Phillip’s Jokes, 1v1 Battles, and the 2020 WODP Fast Food Draft!
As one of Berry’s assistant athletic trainers, Jessica Howard is responsible for the Vikings softball and women’s soccer teams.
Joshua Mabry, Campus Carrier sports editor Men’s Basketball: The Berry men’s basketball team defeated Sewanee: The University of the South 77-50 in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) quarterfinals game on Sunday to advance to the semifinals […]
On this week’s episode, John and Noah discuss the Old McDonald song, whether they would rather build around Trae Young or Ja Morant, Coach K shenanigans, and more. PLUS: Phillip’s Jokes and 1v1 Basketball Battles of History
Timothy Belin, Campus Carrier asst. sports editor Taylor Corley, Campus Carrier arts & living editor On Sept. 22, 2018, junior free safety Justus Edwards suffered a serious spinal injury while playing football against Centre College. Edwards required […]