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Baseball Announces Fall 2019 Schedule

Lipscomb baseball and head coach Jeff Forehand have announced a six-game slate for its 2019 fall schedule.

Baseball's 14th Annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament Set For October 18

Lipscomb baseball's 14th Annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament is set for Friday, October 18th.

Lipscomb claims sixth ASUN Academic Championship

With 87.55 percent of student-athletes claiming a 3.0 GPA or higher, the Bisons have earned the ASUN Conference Academic Champions Trophy for the sixth time overall and the fifth in the last six years.

Baseball's Logan Powell: Where Are They Now?

We learned a lot about former Bison baseball Logan Powell, who has become a successful businessman, when he sat down this week with

Baseball's Bryan True: Where Are They Now?

In this week's edition of Where Are They Now?, we caught up with former Bison baseballer Bryan True.

Lipscomb agrees to 5-year deal with Under Armour

The Lipscomb University athletics department has agreed to a 5-year partnership agreement with global apparel leader Under Armour to serve as the Bisons official outfitter beginning July 1, 2019.

Bisons in the Pros

Several former Bisons are currently enjoying success across the country and the world in various professional sports leagues.

ASUN Conference Announces Addition of Bellarmine University

The ASUN Conference announced today the induction of Bellarmine University into the league after an unanimous vote by the ASUN Presidents Council. The Knights, who will become a member of the ASUN Conference starting with the 2020-21 season.

ASUN Conference Has Historic 2018-19 Postseason Success

The ASUN Conference had its best season in league history in terms of postseason success with the group earning 19 wins in national tournaments, including the ASUN's first-ever national championship.

Chicago Cubs Select Kachmar In 28th Round of 2019 MLB Draft

Chris Kachmar was selected with the No. 852 overall pick in the 28th round by the Chicago Cubs in the 2019 MLB Draft.