Category: Sports

Berry equestrian begins season with a victory

After a victory in their first show of the season and with 11 newcomers joining their ranks, Berry College’s equestrian team is looking forward to an exciting year. 

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 7

John and Noah sit down in the studio to discuss the nature of fandom, who won the Dame-Shaq rap war, Western Conference predictions, 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, and much more!

Girls Ultimate Team

Newly established girls ultimate team
in its first season

Co-captains Kendall Holden and Malia Busenitz discuss why they started the team and what they hope to accomplish this season.

Competitive gaming as part of
new e-sports club

The newly established E-Sports Club at Berry consists of four divisions and welcomes players
of all skill levels.

Kay Williams honored at first
home football game of 2019 season

A moment of silence held to honor the late Kay Williams, a long-time supporter of Berry College.

Berry Vikings forming new rivalries in DIII

While Shorter University used to be Berry College’s biggest rival back when both teams competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Berry has since developed a wide range of rivalries across its different sports.

Berry softball coach who started program resigned, leaves behind legacy

Director of Athletics Angel Mason announced that Cori Thiermann, the first and only head softball coach since the program’s creation in 2008, resigned from her position on Sept. 20. 

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 6

John and Noah are joined by walk-on legend Hayden Mitchell, a wide receiver at the University of Virginia. The #21-ranked Cavaliers recently took on Notre Dame in South Bend, where Mitchell recorded his first career tackle.

Cross country overcomes adversity to prepare for season

Cross country season has begun, and both the men and women are already in preparation for the upcoming meets and regional competition.

Multi-sport students find balance through athletics

While balancing academics with participation in two separate varsity sports can be tough at times, Berry’s multi-sport athletes said they are finding positives in the extra involvement.