Lacey Sheppard and Chelsea Hoag each shot 84 to help Berry move up a spot in the standings on the final day of the Chick-Fil-A Collegiate Invitational at Stonebridge Golf Club in Rome Tuesday. The Lady Vikings finished seventh in the 13-team field.
Berry shot 350-342-692 in the 36-hole event.
Sheppard just missed earning All-Tournament honors, tying for sixth place with a 36-hole score of 78-84-162. Hoag tied for 30th at 90-84-174, and finished one stroke ahead of teammate Nikki Cline, who tied for 32nd at 86-89-175.
Four Berry players participated as individuals in the tournament, led by Eftihia Kountakis, who was among the players that tied Johnston for 58th. Kountakis shot 100-94-194.
Shorter, led by medalist Lisa Persson, who fired a 36-hole score 74-72-146, won the team championship. The Hawks shot 315-314-629, defeating second place Birmingham-Southern (340-314-654) by 25 strokes.
Coastal Georgia (331-332-663) finished third, followed by Southwestern (337-337-674), Piedmont (334-349-683), Young Harris (339-346-685) and Berry.
Marian (349-356-705), Huntingdon (353-360-713) and Oglethorpe (364-365-729) rounded out the top 10.
Persson was joined on the All-Tournament team by Birmingham-Southern's Ellen Chun, Young Harris' Courtney Moore, Southwestern's Hannah Mason and Shorter's Gabriele Murcia.
Berry is scheduled to return to action Oct. 9-10 at the Southern Shootout, hosted by Birmingham-Southern College.
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