Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand announced the addition of seven players to the Bisons 2017 recruiting class Friday. Forehand and his staff upgraded the roster with three left-handed pitchers, two outfielders and two infielders.
Randy Bostic started his career as a baseball coach, but has returned to the practice of law in Nashville.
Lipscomb’s 11th-year head baseball coach Jeff Forehand announced the Bisons 2017 schedule Thursday morning. The 55-game slate features 34 contests within the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Ted Jamison, left, Lipscomb athletic director Philip Hutcheson, center, and Jacob Robinson, right, talked during a visit to the athletics department.
Lipscomb had a major impact on the life of Cadavid both on and off of the field.
The Lipscomb baseball team and head coach Jeff Forehand announced on Wednesday the signing of six additional athletes who will join four other 2016-17 recruits on the diamond in February.
David Patton, a JUCO transfer, was part of the baseball team during the transition years to NCAA Division I. He set a pitching record and met his wife, Paige, during his two seasons with the Bisons.
Summer baseball assignments have concluded and all the Bisons are back in town to start the fall semester, but the honors continue to roll in for the trio who brought Lipscomb to the fore front while in the Cape.
Bryan Skelton finished his career at Lipscomb with a team-leading .358 batting average. He has spent most of his career in healthcare and finance.
The Lipscomb Baseball program will host its 11th annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament on Friday, Oct. 21 at the Gaylord Springs Golf Links. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and will be followed by a shotgun start at 8.