ROME, Ga. – Cory Hall scored with one second left in regulation as Berry College defeated Sewanee, 11-10, on Saturday.
"I just heard someone say 'seven seconds left' and took it from behind to the goal," said Hall, who scored five goals in the contest.
Berry improved to 9-3 and 4-1 in the Southern Athletic Association. Sewanee dropped to 9-3 and 4-1. The Vikings, Tigers and Centre all have one conference loss.
"We've been looking for a signature win for our program, and this is it," said Berry Head Coach Chris Delfausse. "I can't say enough about Jordan Bormean's (18 saves) play. He had a number of point-blank saves. Without him, we lose by four or five goals today."
BC led 5-3 after the first period. The visitors tallied twice in the second quarter and the game was 5-5 at halftime. The Vikings outscored Sewanee 5-2 in the final stanza.
Berry led in shots (48-40), ground balls (33-31) and each team won 11 face offs.
Tommy Healy stopped 14 shots for the Tigers. Davis Brown and Reed Daniel both netted two goals for UOS.
Berry plays at Birmingham-Southern on Friday night at 7 p.m.