Mount Berry, Ga. Regional

NCAA Softball | Kay Williams Field | May 12-14


Kay Williams Field

Completed in 2009 prior to the Vikings' inaugural spring season in 2010, Kay Williams Field seats approximately 300 spectators and features a fully-functional press box, concession stand and restrooms on-site. The Bermuda grass surface measure 200 feet from home plate down the left and right field lines and 215 feet to straightaway center. On February 18th, 2017, the field was officially named in honor of Kay Williams, a longtime supporter of Berry Athletics alongside her husband, Bob.

Berry College

Berry has the world’s largest contiguous college campus, spanning more than 27,000 acres of woodlands, meadows and streams. A founding member of the Southern Athletic Association (SAA), Berry boasts nearly 2,100 undergraduate students spanning 42 states and nine countries. Berry has been recognized nationally for quality and value by numerous publications and accrediting bodies, including the Annapolis Group, an organization of top-tier national liberal arts colleges.


Berry College Vikings (38-2)

Transylvania University Pioneers (31-11)

Emory & Henry College Wasps (34-13)

Thomas More College Saints (35-8)

Tournament Central

Date Home Score Visitor Score Time Links
Fri. 12 Transylvania 4 Emory & Henry % 1 Final
  Berry 3 Thomas More % 0 Final
Sat. 13 Berry 0 Transylvania % 6 Final
  Emory & Henry 6 Thomas More % 3 Final
  Berry 15 Emory & Henry % 3 Final - 6 innings
Sun. 14 Berry 0 Transylvania % 8 Final - 5 innings
% Post season

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