Football hosting prospect camp tomorrow, June 29The Shorter University coaching staff will get a glimpse into the future Saturday when the Hawks hold its annual Prospect Camp and take a look at those rising high school seniors and juniors who are looking to extend their playing careers to the collegiate level.
Local football stars highlight the Kids & Pros campAll those memories were rekindled this past week at Ben Brady Field when all of those former local football stars who went on to play in the NFL took time to pass along their knowledge and passion to a new generation by serving as instructors at the second annual Kids & Pros Youth Football Camp hosted by Shorter.
Montana 2013: Participants reflect on a life changing week“Seeing God’s majestic creation reminded our students of God’s great power and care for us,” Dr. Dowless said. “I appreciate our coaches and faculty putting together these types of trips that help us fulfill our mission of transforming lives through Christ.”
Football to host Kids & Pros campFor the second straight year, those who dream about playing in the NFL will learn what it takes to play the game on the professional level from those who have accomplished the feat when Shorter University plays host next week to the second annual Kids & Pros Youth Football Camp.
Softball to host GACA North/South All-Star ClassicFor the third straight year, the cream of the crop of Georgia’s top high school softball players come to Rome to display their skills on the diamond next week when Shorter University plays host to the annual Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North/South All-Star Softball Classic.
Shorter hires new golf coachShorter University announced the hiring of Lane Pace as its new coach today, replacing Greg Owens who resigned earlier this month.
Annual Summer camps set to beginWith the many Hawks and Lady Hawks teams taking a summer hiatus, Shorter’s athletic facilities welcome a number of younger athletes when the university begins hosting the annual youth sports camps that are scheduled to be held over the next two months.
Busy summer ahead for Football Hawks“This time is real important for us,” Jones said about the work that is needed to be done this summer, “to not just prepare for the new season but for future seasons.”
Shorter Athletics proves it's one of the best in 2012-13National championships, All-Americans, academic honors – the accomplishments came one after the other throughout the fall, winter and spring seasons during the year that marked Shorter’s historic debut competing as an NCAA Division II program.
After successful season, Track looks toward futureA national championship, nearly a dozen All-Americans, impressive showings at numerous meets – all in all their first year as an NCAA Division II program wound up keeping the Hawks and Lady Hawks track teams at Shorter in the national spotlight.
Despite 2nd place finish, Softball takes pride in what they accomplishedYet Thomas fully understands that despite seeing his team take the field an incredible six times in a 24-hour period, the last one resulting in a defeat in the NCCAA national championship game last weekend in Virginia, the Lady Hawks’ pain will quickly be replaced with the sense of pride in what they have accomplished.
Tennis looks to build on successful seasonOne team advanced to a national semifinal, the other emerged as one of the top squads in a conference that is among the nation’s best and both produced players who were considered America’s best.
Baseball falls to Emmanuel, 8-5After losing to Southeastern yesterday, Shorter was in a must win situation if they wanted to continue in the tournament. However, Emmanuel had other plans, edging the Hawks 8-5 Thursday afternoon.
Women take 2nd, Men 8th at NCCAA Outdoor ChampionshipShorter’s track teams competed in the NCCAA Outdoor National Championships. Host school Judson University welcomed over 600 student-athletes from all across the country to Joliet, Illinois, to test their skills on the track and in the field. The Hawks and Lady Hawks of Shorter didn’t disappoint.
Track & Field competes for NCCAA Outdoor ChampionshipThe Shorter men’s and women’s track teams turn their attention to a national title this weekend when the Hawks and Lady Hawks travel to Joliet, Ill., to compete in the National Christian College Athletic Association Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
Shorter to host SSAC Track & Field ChampionshipFresh from hosting the inaugural Peach Belt Conference Championships at Barron Stadium a week ago, Shorter steps aside to serve as the host of the inaugural Southern States Athletic Conference Championships.
Men’s Basketball inks junior college standout Robert PowellThe Shorter University men’s basketball program announced today the signing of Robert Powell to its 2013-14 recruiting class. Powell, a 6-foot-5 swingman, will transfer to Shorter next fall after a standout career under head coach Corey Baldwin at Waycross Junior College.