Berry improved to 2-3 and handed the Lady Scots their first setback.
Segarra also dished six assists and made all six of her free throws. Megan Walsh added 16 points and 17 rebounds for the Lady Vikings. Allison Lawrence also had a double-double with 10 points and 13 boards.
The Lady Vikings held a 26-19 edge at halftime. Both teams shot 22-percent in the first half.
After two free throws from Alexis Storterboom, the Scots trailed 49-44 with 7:31 remaining. The home team then went on a 14-1 run over the next six minutes and pulled away.
Berry led in rebounds, 56-45. The Lady Vikings converted 18-of-28 free throws to 6-of-15 for the Lady Scots. Berry improved its shooting to 50 percent (14-for-28) in the final 20 minutes.
“When we played together, we did what we wanted and put points on the board,” said Berry head coach Stephanie Dunn.
Jessie Blankenship finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds to lead Covenant.
Berry opens SAA play at Oglethorpe on Thursday night.
“Oglethorpe has a good inside and outside game,” Dunn said. “We’ll need to play well and not have any lapses to win on the road.”
In other action:
Gadsden State women 94,
Georgia Northwestern Tech 51
Alyssa Nichelson scored 16 points and pulled down eight rebounds but no other GNTC player reached double figures as the Lady Bobcats suffered a loss.
The Lady Bobcats, who trailed 38-17 at the half, fell to 3-4 overall.
Former Armuchee star Sierra Smith scored eight points for GNTC, and former Pepperell standout Kiara Parks added 3.