Berry improved to 12-6 and 6-2 in the Southern Athletic Association games.
Sewanee dropped to 3-3 and 0-2.
Caillee Shamoun started game one, working three innings, striking out three and allowing one hit.
Winning pitcher Natalie Boyd (4-2) threw the last two innings, allowing one hit and striking out four.
Kristen Stoll led Berry’s offense, going 3-for-4 with a triple, a two-run home run and three RBIs.
In the nightcap, Allison Coronado (2-2) tossed a four-hit shutout with eight strikeouts.
Sara Vigue went 2-for-4 with a pair of homers for the Lady Vikings, and Courtney Hodges and Stoll went 3-for-4. Abby Daniels had two hits, including a home run.
Berry and Sewanee play another doubleheader today.
The Shorter softball team remained unbeaten on the road as the Lady Hawks swept a Gulf South Conference doubleheader against West Florida, 6-4 and 11-0, Saturday.
The opener went to extra innings, and former Rockmart star Janell Echols hit a two-run homer in the 11th inning and her long ball proved to be the game-winner.
Felicia Morris hit a pair of home runs in the win for Shorter (21-3, 9-1 GSC). Maddie Bray pitched all five innings for the win in the second game, giving up four hits with two strikeouts.
The Shorter baseball team split the opening games of a three-game series versus in state Gulf South Conference rival West Georgia, 6-5 and 7-4.
The Hawks now have seven wins in the last nine games. Shorter’s Michael Miranda had a total of four hits, all for extra bases, in the two games. He also scored three runs and had three RBIs.
The teams complete the series today.
Berry fell to Southern Athletic Association opponent Millsaps, 21-0, at Bowdoin Field.
Millsaps exploded for 12 runs in the seventh.
Berry dropped back to .500 at 9-9 and 6-2 in conference play. The Majors improved to 12-4 and 4-1.
The Vikings will close the series with the Majors today at 1 p.m.
BERRY WOMEN’S GOLF
The Berry College women’s golf team shot a second round 338 and is in 14th place at the Jekyll Island Women’s Collegiate after Saturday.
Lacey Sheppard shot the second-lowest score of the day with a 75. She is in 11th place with a two-day total of 160.
The final round is today.
BERRY MEN’S TENNIS
The Berry College men’s tennis team lost at
The Vikings wins came from Michael Tucker at No. 5 singles, and Jake Pullen at No. 6 singles.
BERRY WOMEN’S TENNIS
The Huntingdon women’s tennis team won five close matches in singles to knock off Berry College 8-1.
The only point for the Lady Vikings was by Jennifer Tinnell at No. 1 singles.
BERRY MEN’S GOLF
Berry shot a second round 299 and is in seventh place at the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational.
Tommy McCloskey shot a 69 — the lowest round of the day — and is in second place (75-69).
The Vikings’ Saturday score was the fourth best of the 30 teams.
The final round of the tournament is today.
BERRY MEN’S LACROSSE
Cory Hall scored three goals and had two assists as Berry College won at Huntingdon, 10-7, on Saturday.
The Vikings snapped a three-game skid and improved to 4-3. HC dropped to 5-5.
Bryan Byers added two goals and one assit. Blake Gwizdalski scored twice for the Vikings, and Cal Supik dished two assists. Jordan Boreman had 10 saves in goal.
Berry hosts Benedictine on Monday at 4 p.m.
BERRY WOMEN’S LACROSSE
Kristan Dziurzynski scored six goals —including the game-winner with 23 seconds left — as the Berry College women’s lacrosse team won at Transylvania, 14-13, on Saturday.
Berry stopped a three-game losing streak and improved to 3-4.
AND WOMEN’S TENNIS
The Shorter men’s and women’s tennis team each lost to Gulf South Conference rival West Florida by matching scores of 9-0 at home.
The West Florida men are ranked No. 2 and the women are No. 10.