The Vikings won the opener 10-8, and Bryan took the nightcap 7-6.
Pitts stole a base in each game, the second of the day giving him 76 during his career that has spanned just less than three full seasons. He stole second base in the sixth inning of the second game to tie the record that Rodney Wilson (1988-91) has held for two decades.
In the opener, Berry exploded for eight runs in the first three innings, then held off a Bryan rally.
The Vikings collected 11 hits in the victory, with the top eight hitters in the batting order collecting at least one. Neely, Thomas Johnson and Cason Dremann had two hits apiece. Blackburn drove in a game high three runs.
Berry starter Casey Gray (4-3) earned the win. He allowed six runs on seven hits and three walks, while striking out seven batters in six innings.
The Vikings’ next action is April 15 against Emory.
SHORTER WINS THRILLER
Shorter centerfielder Willie Lewis threw out Tennessee Wesleyan University’s Jordan Guida at the plate with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to send the visiting Hawks to a thrilling 9-8 victory over the Bulldogs in Athens, Tenn.
The win snaps a three-game losing skid for Shorter. The victory also completes the season sweep of Tennessee Wesleyan for Shorter, which rallied to beat the Bulldogs 7-5 on Opening Day at the Ledbetter Complex on Feb. 1.
The Hawks (31-11) scored nine runs on eight hits and took advantage of a sloppy defensive effort from Tennessee Wesleyan (25-14), which was plagued by five errors.
Shorter fell behind 1-0 after the Bulldogs scratched in the first inning, but responded with a pair of runs in the top of the third and never trailed again.
Shorter visit the University of Mobile for an SSAC series this weekend.
BERRY MEN'S GOLF FINISHES SECOND
Alex Irvin shot 76 for the second consecutive day to tie for second place in the individual standings and lead Berry to a second place team finish at the Spring Reeder Cup, hosted by Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Ga., Tuesday.
Irvin finished the 36-hole tournament with a 76-76-152 score, six strokes behind individual medalist Hudson Keener of LaGrange.
LaGrange won the team championship, shooting 311-314-625 to hold off the Vikings by four strokes. Berry shot 310-319-629.
Rhodes (316-320-636), West Georgia (308-330-638) and Covenant (323-324-647) rounded out the top five in the nine-team event.
Irvin was one of two Berry players to finish in the top 10, joining Tim Kim, who shot 76-80-156 and tied for sixth.
The Vikings' Alex Elmore tied for 14th by shooting 77-83-160, one total stroke ahead of teammate Chadd Reynolds, who shot 81-80-161 and tied for 18th. Berry's fifth player, Jose Garcia, tied for 40th at 89-89-178.
Three Berry players competed individually. Jason Terranova shot 82-84-166 to tie for 26th, John Hall tied for 28th by carding a total score of 82-85-167, and Jared Hall shot 88-86-174 and tied for 35th.
The Vikings wrap up the spring season April 11-12 at the Stone Mountain/Emory Invitational.