Bisons out to repeat as A-Sun Tournament Champion.
Sophomore Brady Puckett was unanimously named the 2016 Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Year by the league’s head coaches and represents one of nine Lipscomb baseball players to earn recognition for their play this season, the conference office announced Tuesday afternoon.
Lee Solomon and Adam Lee were honored Monday afternoon for their work on the diamond and in the classroom when the Atlantic Sun announced is 13-member Academic All-Conference team. Both players were among just four who were voted in unanimously.
Former Lipscomb standout pitcher Josh Smith was promoted by the Cincinnati Reds before Sunday’s finale against Seattle. Smith had spent all of 2016 with the Louisville Bats in Triple-A where he was 3-4 with a 3.86 ERA in eight starts.
Sophomore Lee Solomon has been named the Atlantic Sun Baseball Player of the Week in the final weekly honors of the year, as announced by conference officials on Sunday. He capped off an 8-for-20 week (.400) with 7 RBI, 3 runs and 3 extra-base hits.
The Lipscomb baseball team closed out its best weekend performance of the season Saturday with a 6-1 victory to complete the series sweep of the Stetson Hatters at Melching Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team got three hits and three RBI from senior first baseman Adam Lee to lead the Bisons in a 9-1 win over Stetson Friday night at Melching Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team withstood a 1 hour 13 minute rain delay and an eighth-inning rally to knock off the Stetson Hatters 4-3 in 10 innings of the opening game of an Atlantic Sun Conference series at Melching Field Thursday night.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to tangle with Stetson this weekend in a three-game set at Melching Field. Thursday’s first pitch is set for 5:30 p.m. It is the final games of the regular season for both teams. The Bisons are jockeying for a No. 4-6 seed in next week's championship.
Allan Hooker stepped in with two outs and delivered a walk-off RBI-single to cap a four-run ninth inning as the Lipscomb baseball team came from behind to knock off visiting Austin Peay 8-7 in the regular season home finale Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.