The Lady Hawks won the nightcap 3-0 after falling 5-1 in the opener.
Shorter, which swept West Florida on Saturday, improved to 22-4 overall and 10-2 in the Gulf South Conference while remaining alone in first place in the conference standings.
The Lady Blazers fell to 23-6 overall and 10-4 in the GSC.
In Game 2, Shorter’s Christina Ezell tossed a complete-game, three-hit shutout.
Ezell got all the run support she would need in the third, when Bre Johnson and Sarah Corn each had RBIs.
Ezell did not allow a hit after the fourth inning as Shorter won its sixth game this season against a team ranked in the NCAA Division II Top 25 Poll.
Kayla Cooper homered for the Lady Hawks .
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The Berry College softball team took two more games from Sewanee on Sunday, 8-0 and 17-0, to complete a four-game weekend sweep.
Berry outscored Sewanee 57-0 in the four games.
Berry improved to 14-6 overall and 6-2 in the Southern Athletic Association. Sewanee fell to 3-5, 0-4.
In game one, Kristen Stoll was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, Abby Daniels went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, and Shelby Smith was 2-for-3.
Starter Natalie Boyd (4-2) tossed a one-hit shutout and struck out six in the five-inning game.
Allison Coronado (3-2) tossed a two-hit shutout in the nightcap. The freshman also went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.
Berry collected 16 hits in the contest.
Lindsey Campbell was 3-for-4 with a homer and four RBIs, and former Rockmart star Lacey Herring was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.
Millsaps visits Berry on Saturday and Sunday for four SAA games.
The Berry baseball team used a seven-run second inning to earn a series-clinching win, 12-7, against SAA opponent Millsaps on Sunday.
Berry upped its overall record to 10-9 and 7-2 in the SAA. Millsaps fell to 12-5 and 4-2.
The Vikings took two of the three games in the weekend series.
Austin Neely and Stephen Gaylor each drove in two runs during the big rally.
Berry’s Chad Busby (2-0) threw five innings of two-run ball and struck out three.
The Vikings were led on offense by Gaylor and Alex McGill. Gaylor had two hits and two RBIs, and McGill had two doubles.
“We really made a lot of adjustments today at the plate, our pitchers did a great job and, to be honest with you, the guys came out and played like we knew they would and we won,” said Berry head coach David Beasley.
West Georgia hurler Jamie Sexton worked a four-hit shutout and the host Wolves wore down Hawks’ ace Stuart Charleston in a 7-0 victory over Shorter in the finale of a three-game GCS series on Sunday afternoon.
Shorter, which has won six of eight despite Sunday’s loss, fell to 8-15, 5-4.
Charleston allowed four earned runs on 12 hits in 7 1-3 innings. He struck out five and walked none .
Jesse Gavigan led Shorter offensively, going 1-for-4 with a double.
Cal Hardie, Michael Miranda and Walker Borneman also recorded hits for the Hawks.
The Hawks host Albany State on Tuesday for a non-conference doubleheader.
BERRY MEN’S GOLF
Berry College closed with a 301 and placed sixth at the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational, which ended Sunday. The Vikings posted a three-day total of 906.
Tommy McCloskey, who tied for the lowest round (69) in the tournament, placed sixth with a 221 (75-69-77). Ty Hampel posted BC’s best score (71) on Sunday.
His three-day score was 228, and he finished tied for 29th (81-76-71).
“We are very proud of our performance this week,” said Berry head coach Brian Farrer.
“With 13 of the top 25 teams in tournament, a sixth-place finish is a great way to show these other teams that we’re here to play.”
The Vikings next play at the Emory Invitational on April 1 and 2.
BERRY WOMEN’S GOLF
The Berry College women’s golf team shot a final round 345 and placed 14th at the Jekyll Island Women’s Collegiate.
Lacey Sheppard shot an 88 on Sunday and placed 40th (85-78-88-248).
SHORTER MEN’S LACROSSE
Shorter dropped a road game at Lenoir-Rhyne, 15-9, despite receiving five goals and three assists from Matt Kristiansen and Tyler Kristiansen.
Tyler Kristiansen got the scoring started when he put the pass from Zachery Dirkse in the back of the net after 1:27.
Lenoir-Rhyne tied the game before Matt Kristiansen and Kyle Morris provided scores to give the Hawks a 3-1 lead after the first quarter.
The second quarter saw nine goals scored, with Shorter (2-7) scoring just three — Tyler Kristiansen, Kyle VanKauwenberg, and Matt Kristiansen all unassisted — as the home team had the 7-6 lead at the intermission before Lenoir-Rhyne rallied.
Michael Williams and Tyler Kristiansen kept things close with their goals in the third versus a trio of Lenoir-Rhyne goals, with Shorter down by a pair heading to the fourth quarter.
Lenoir-Rhyne (5-4) scored five consecutive goals to start the quarter to cement the game; VanKauwenberg scored the final goal of the game with 17 seconds remaining.
Tyler Kristiansen scored a trio of goals and added an assist while putting all five of his shots on goal; brother Matt Kristiansen scored a pair and dished out two assists while putting five of his seven shots on goal.
J.R. Willers made eight saves while facing 61 shots.
Shorter forced 16 turnovers and pressured the defense with 28 shots, going 1-for-5 in man up opportunities.
Each team won 14 faces offs, with the home team holding the slight 39-37 advantage in ground balls.