With a stroke of the pen, Lipscomb southpaws Chris Nunn and Gil Rehwinkel have joined the ranks of professional baseball. Nunn heads to Arizona with the Padres organization, while Rehwinkel will join the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League
LipscombSports.com recently caught up with former baseball standout Bob Parsons to talk about his time with the Bisons. Parsons was part of the 1977 team that won the NAIA World Series under Ken Dugan.
With the 2012 season just put in the books, Lipscomb head coach Jeff Forehand announces five new additions to the 2013 signing class joining the four signees for the Bisons last fall.
Following a strong second half of the 2012 season, Lipscomb junior southpaw Chris Nunn was taken as the 735th pick of the Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres.
Former Lipscomb backstop Caleb Joseph was promoted to the AAA Norfolk Tides from the AA Bowie Baysox on Tuesday.
After serving as assistant coach with the Bisons for the past four seasons, Chris Collins is heading back home to Arizona to work as a full-time minister with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
After finishing the season with a team-best 2.56 ERA, Lipscomb redshirt-junior pitcher Josh Cotham has been named to the All-Atlantic Sun Conference second team and the All-Atlantic Sun Academic team as announced by the league on Tuesday.
In what can only be described as a perfect storm of events, the Lipscomb baseball team will miss the 2012 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament despite a winning record in league play after falling 10-4 to Belmont on Saturday afternoon at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville.
Needing a win to clinch a berth in the 2012 Atlantic Sun Conference tournament, the Lipscomb baseball team ran into a buzz saw on Friday night falling 5-0 to rival Belmont at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville.
In a game that saw both teams have chances to have a big inning, neither did and the final result was a 2-1 Atlantic Sun Conference loss to Belmont for the Lipscomb baseball team on Friday night at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville.
Wrapping up the 2012 regular season, the Lipscomb baseball team makes its shortest trip of the year this week for a key Atlantic Sun Conference series at rival Belmont beginning on Thursday night at E.S. Rose Park at 5 p.m.
Taking a sidestep from Atlantic Sun Conference play, the Bisons closed out the 2012 home slate with a 5-4 loss to Tennessee Tech that saw the Golden Eagles push across the winning run in the ninth inning.
The baseball team wraps up the 2012 home slate on Tuesday night with the final non-conference contest of the season as Tennessee Tech comes to Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium for a 6 p.m. contest.
After leading the Lipscomb baseball team to a three-game sweep of league foe Jacksonville, junior third baseman Gray Hutchinson has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week as announced on Monday.
Weathering a persistent downpour and a ninth-inning rally, the Bisons swept an A-Sun doubleheader from Jacksonville taking game one 6-1 before earning the series sweep with a 6-2 victory in the nightcap on “Ken Dugan Day” at Dugan Field on Saturday.
With an inch of rain in the forecast for Sunday, the Lipscomb baseball team will now attempt to get an Atlantic Sun Conference doubleheader against Jacksonville in on Saturday if Mother Nature cooperates. First pitch for game two of the series is still slated for 2 p.m
For the second-straight Friday night, the Lipscomb baseball team walked off of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium with a win in their last at bat with a 7-6 Atlantic Sun Conference win over Jacksonville.
Along with hosting Ken Dugan Day on Saturday and a Mother's Day game on Sunday afternoon, the Bisons conclude Atlantic Sun Conference home play this weekend against Jacksonville
Unable to push runs across when it mattered, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a tough 3-1 non-conference decision to homestanding Austin Peay on Tuesday night at Raymond C. Hand Park in Clarksville.
The Lipscomb baseball team hits the road for the final out-of-town trek on Tuesday night for a midweek rumble with in-state foe Austin Peay in Clarksville at 6 p.m. at Raymond C. Hand Park.
A day after throwing the first complete-game shutout for Lipscomb in over two years, redshirt-junior Josh Cotham has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week as announced by the league on Monday.
A day after walking across the stage to receive his degree, Josh Cotham walked between the lines at Dugan and delivered the first complete-game shutout for the Bisons in over two years with an 11-0 shutout of Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday.
Getting behind early, the Lipscomb baseball team never recovered dropping an 8-2 Atlantic Sun Conference contest to Florida Gulf Coast at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team needed a clutch at bat to force extra innings and a clutch at bat to win the game and the Bisons got both to win a hard-fought 3-2, 11-inning Atlantic Sun Conference win over Florida Gulf Coast on Friday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
After stepping outside of Atlantic Sun Conference play against Campbell last weekend, the Lipscomb baseball teams returns to league action this weekend hosting Florida Gulf Coast beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
This spring’s graduation will be the largest in the history of Lipscomb University, but no one will have a bigger smile than Neal Benson. The former Bisons pitcher will graduate with a business management degree 25 years after his dismissal from the baseball team at the end of his junior season.
After helping lead the team to a 3-1 week including a series wins over Campbell, Lipscomb junior shortstop Aaron Sandoval has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week as announced by the league on Monday.
Clicking in all phases of the game on Saturday afternoon, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Campbell 10-4 in Saturday afternoon’s non-conference, rubber game at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Mother Nature and Campbell combined to brew up a storm on Thursday night that the Lipscomb baseball team could not overcome on Friday falling 5-2 in the continuation of the game from the night before but the Bisons rallied for a 6-2 victory in the nightcap at Dugan Field.
Due to rain and lightning, Thursday night’s non-conference baseball game between Lipscomb and Campbell has been suspended and will resume Friday at 3 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium.
After spending the last two weekends on the road the Lipscomb baseball team returns home on Thursday night to host a three-game, non-conference set against Campbell beginning at 6 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
In conjunction with this week’s three-game series with Campbell, the Lipscomb baseball team is hosting a clothing drive to benefit the ThriftSmart non-profit organization. Fans are encouraged to bring items to the games at Dugan Field where they will be collected and donated to ThriftSmart.
Notching the first extra-innings win of the season, the Lipscomb baseball team rallied to down homestanding Western Kentucky 7-6 in 11 innings at Nick Denes Field in Bowling Green, Ky. on Tuesday night.
Fresh off a weekend trip to take on Atlantic Sun Conference foe Stetson in DeLand, Fla., the Lipscomb baseball team continues road action on Tuesday night with a much shorter trek to take on non-conference foe Western Kentucky at 6 p.m. at Nick Denes Field in Bowling Green, Ky.
Despite a spirited ninth-inning rally, the Lipscomb baseball team came up one run short falling 3-2 to homestanding Atlantic Sun foe Stetson on Sunday afternoon in DeLand.
Trailing 4-2 to homestanding Stetson, the Lipscomb baseball team got a pair aboard in the ninth but were unable to draw even with the Hatters dropping the Saturday afternoon Atlantic Sun Conference decision at Melching Field in Deland.
After a three-hour rain delay, the Lipscomb baseball team finally got things underway against Atlantic Sun foe Stetson but could not make it five straight Friday wins falling 7-2 at Melching Field in DeLand.
After making the trek to the “Sunshine State” just last weekend to take on North Florida, the Lipscomb baseball team makes an encore appearance this weekend at Atlantic Sun Conference foe Stetson in DeLand, Fla.
Despite a school record 17 strikeouts, the Bisons fell 4-3 to Western Kentucky in extra innings after the Hilltoppers mounted a ninth-inning comeback to tie the game.
Squeezed in the middle of back-to-back weekends in the “Sunshine State”, the Lipscomb baseball team returns home on Wednesday night for a 6 p.m. non-conference contest against Western Kentucky at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Looking to come away with a fourth-straight Atlantic Sun Conference series win, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 6-1 rubber game on Sunday afternoon to homestanding North Florida at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville.
Managing only four hits all day and two base runners after the third inning, the Lipscomb baseball team fell 6-0 to homestanding North Florida in Atlantic Sun Conference action on Saturday afternoon at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville.
A complete game performance from Connor Sinclair, led the LU baseball team to a 6-1 win at UNF improving to 9-4 in A-Sun play, the best league start in school history.
Looking to keep pace in the Atlantic Sun Conference race, the Lipscomb baseball teams heads to North Florida this weekend for a three-game set against the Ospreys at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville.
Looking to avenge a 4-3 loss last month at UT Martin, the Lipscomb baseball team plated seven runs in the first three innings en route to routing the Skyhawks 15-4 on Wednesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Wrapping up a seven-game homestand, the Lipscomb baseball team welcomes non-conference foe UT Martin to Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium on Wednesday night at 6 p.m. in Nashville.
It seems like all the Lipscomb baseball team needed to end streak of bad luck in black was a little Josh Cotham, as the senior righty combined with the Bison bullpen to hold Kennesaw State to one run on Saturday afternoon clinching the A-Sun series with a 2-1 win at Dugan Field.
It took a walk-off, infield single in the bottom of the ninth of game two, but the Lipscomb baseball team rallied for an A-Sun doubleheader split against Kennesaw State taking the nightcap 2-1 after falling 6-2 in game one on Friday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Due to the rain that moved into the Nashville area late this afternoon and early evening, the scheduled baseball Atlantic Sun contest between Lipscomb and Kennesaw State has been moved to a 1 p.m. start on Friday.
Reggie “Rock” Whittemore, a former Lipscomb Bison outfielder, has been named to the Metro Nashville Public Schools Sports Hall of Fame. Whittemore is a former baseball star from McGavock High School. He has been head of the RBI program in Nashville since its beginning in 1996.
Riding a six-game Atlantic Sun Conference home winning streak, the Lipscomb baseball team continues home action in the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium this week hosting Kennesaw State for a three-game series beginning Thursday night at 6 p.m.
Putting together one of the best all-around performances of 2012 so far, the Lipscomb baseball team finished off a three-game sweep of Atlantic Sun Conference foe ETSU with a 5-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The Bison baseball team pounded out 11 hits en route to a 7-4 win over ETSU on Saturday afternoon clinching the three-game series for Lipscomb.
Behind a pair of home runs and solid pitching, the Lipscomb baseball team improved to 4-3 in Atlantic Sun Conference play with a 6-2 win over ETSU at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium on Friday night in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team continues Atlantic Sun Conference play this weekend hosting ETSU for a three-game set at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium beginning on Friday night at 6 p.m.
After being named the A-Sun Player of the Week on Monday, Zak Messer has been named CollegeBaseballInsider.com’s Southeast Region Player of the Week as well as being named the A-Sun Player of the Week by CollegeSportsMadness.com.
Unable to get the bats going at the right times, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 5-0 non-conference road decision at Evansville University on Wednesday night at Braun Park in Evansville.
Sometimes one play can make all the difference and it did Tuesday night at Lipscomb baseball dropped a tough 4-3 non-conference decision to UT Martin at Skyhawk Park in Martin, Tenn.
Fresh on the heels of a three-game sweep of Atlantic Sun Conference foe Mercer, the Lipscomb baseball team is set to step back out of conference action for a pair of midweek road games at UT Martin on Tuesday night followed by a Wednesday night tilt at Evansville.
On the heels of hitting .538 on the week with two doubles, a triple and a pair of home runs, Lipscomb senior second baseman Zak Messer has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week as announced on Monday.
It was a history making day for the Lipscomb baseball team on Sunday afternoon as the Bison used a two-run blast from senior second baseman Zak Messer to earn a series sweep of Atlantic Sun foe Mercer with a 7-4 win at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Cranking out 16 hits including home runs by Zak Messer and Aaron Sandoval, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Mercer 11-3 on Saturday afternoon.
Determined to not let a fast start by Mercer or a lengthy rain delay ruin the night, the Lipscomb baseball team downed the Bears 7-2 in Atlantic Sun Conference action on Friday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team continues home action this weekend welcoming Atlantic Sun Conference foe Mercer for the first league series in the “Music City” in 2012 at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium.
Despite a ninth-inning rally that saw four runs cross the plate, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a12-7 non-conference decision to Austin Peay on Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
After a three-game set at USC Upstate to open Atlantic Sun Conference play, the Lipscomb baseball team returns home on Tuesday night hosting Austin Peay in a non-conference tilt at 6 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Never able to get the offense on track, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 7-0 Atlantic Sun Conference decision to homestanding USC Upstate on Sunday afternoon at Harley Park in Spartanburg.
Unable to get a number of hard-hit balls to find green grass, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 2-1 Atlantic Sun Conference contest to homestanding USC Upstate on Saturday afternoon at Harley Park in Spartanburg.
Walking in five runs, the Lipscomb baseball team allowed homestanding USC Upstate to rally from a 9-2 deficit to win 10-9 in 11 innings in the Atlantic Sun Conference opener for both teams on Friday night at Harley Baseball Park in Spartanburg.
The Lipscomb baseball team heads to Spartanburg, S.C., this weekend to open Atlantic Sun Conference play against USC Upstate beginning on Friday night at 5 p.m.
Punching across 11 runs in the first three innings of play, the Lipscomb baseball team finished off a three-game sweep of visiting Siena with a 13-5 victory on Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Pounding out double-digit hits in each contest, the Lipscomb baseball team swept both ends of a Saturday afternoon doubleheader against Siena taking the opener 11-1 before a 17-6 win in the nightcap at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team continues home action this weekend taking on Siena in a non-conference, three-game series on Saturday and Sunday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Despite getting an early lead, the Lipscomb baseball team watched a ninth-inning solo home run sail over the left field fence giving San Diego a 3-2 comeback win on Tuesday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Unable to overcome allowing a six-run top of the first, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 13-9 decision to San Diego on Thursday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The 2012 Atlantic Sun baseball and softball championships will be live streamed by ESPN3, the conference office announced Tuesday.
The Bison are set to host San Diego on Tuesday at 2 p.m. and Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the first-ever meeting between the two teams. Tuesday's contest features "Military Appreciation Day" with all current and retired veterans receiving free admission along with one guest.
Despite twice taking the lead in the contest, the Lipscomb baseball team could not hold on against homestanding Mississippi State falling 16 to 6 on Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field at Polk Dement Stadium.
Giving up five runs in the final two innings of play, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a heartbreaking 6-5 decision to Connecticut on Sunday at Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium in Starkville.
Despite a hearty, ninth-inning comeback attempt that was one hit short of tying the game, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 6-4 decision to homestanding Mississippi State at Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium on Saturday in Starkville.
Unable to convert key scoring opportunities, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 4-2 decision to Connecticut on Friday morning at Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium in Starkville.
The first weekend road trip of 2012 awaits the Lipscomb baseball team as the Bison travel to Starkville, Miss. to take on Mississippi State and Connecticut in round-robin play at Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium.
Due to the "Scholarship for Heroes" concert featuring Charlie Daniels, Gary Sinise, Darryl Worley, Chris Young and the Grascals hosted at Allen Arena, the Lipscomb baseball game against San Diego on Tuesday has been moved to a 2 p.m. first pitch at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium.
Stranding a dozen runners, the Lipscomb baseball team missed opportune scoring chances falling 9-8 to homestanding Tennessee Tech on Tuesday afternoon at Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express Baseball Complex.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to make its first road trip of 2012 on Tuesday heading across state to take on Tennessee Tech at 3 p.m. in Cookeville.
Managing only four hits on the afternoon, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 4-0 rubber game decision to visiting Kent State on Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Entering the game with only three errors through five contests, the Lipscomb baseball team committed a school-record seven errors leading to a 16-3 loss to Kent State on Saturday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium in Nashville.
Behind an eighth-inning double from senior first baseman Zak Messer that plated junior centerfielder Zack Lowery, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Kent State 2-1 on Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team welcomes an unfamiliar foe to “Music City USA” this weekend as Kent State comes to Nashville for a three-game set at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in only the third time the teams have ever met.
Behind record-setting pitching and timely hitting, the Lipscomb baseball team swept a doubleheader from Middle Tennessee 3-2 and 3-1 on Tuesday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville.
Following Sunday's cancellation of the final game of the “Mule Mix Classic” with Kansas, the Lipscomb baseball team will now play a doubleheader against Middle Tennessee State on Tuesday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Nashville with a new 3 p.m. first pitch.
Sunday afternoon’s scheduled "Mule Mix Classic" baseball contest between Lipscomb and Kansas has been canceled due to inclement weather and the game will not be made up.
Despite a fast start out of the gate, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 4-3 non-conference tilt to visiting Evansville in the “Mule Mix Classic” at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Behind good hitting, solid pitching and great defense, the Lipscomb baseball team got the 2012 season started off on the right foot with an 8-4 win over Saint Louis on the first day of the inaugural “Mule Mix Classic” on Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team kicks off the 2012 slate this weekend hosting three games of the inaugural “Mule Mix Classic”. The Bison lift the lid on on Friday at 4 p.m. against Saint Louis before a Noon tilt against Evansville on Saturday and a 1 p.m. contest against Kansas on Sunday.
Not only did the Lipscomb baseball team work hard on the diamond this past fall, the Bison also put their noses to the grindstone in the classroom putting combining for a 3.18 grade point average, the highest mark in school history.
Former Lipscomb standout and current Colorado Rockies pitcher Rex Brothers returned home to Shelbyville last weekend for a "Evening with Rex".
Featuring over 40 contests this spring, Atlantic Sun TV and Lipscomb University have partnered together to bring Bison baseball and Lady Bison softball fans coverage of the 2012 season.
Left-handed relief pitcher Rex Brothers was named the rookie of the year for the Colorado Rockies by the Denver chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
LipscombSports.com had the chance to sit down with Lipscomb head coach Jeff Forehand this week and get his thoughts on a number or topics. Beginning today, we feature a pair of topics: “On being picked ninth in the Atlantic Sun preseason poll” and “What fans can expect to see different in 2012”.
Anxious to get the 2012 season underway after a fall semester of conditioning, drills and scrimmages, the Lipscomb baseball team hits Dugan Field on Friday afternoon for the first spring practice of the year.
With the start of the 2012 baseball season less than a month away, Lipscomb senior outfielder M.L. Williams has been named to the College Sports Madness 2012 Atlantic Sun Preseason All-Conference First Team.
Former Lipscomb southpaw Alex Ross was recently baptized following a rough landing that opened his eyes.
The Lipscomb baseball team took time out of preparing for exams this week for a pair of service projects. The Bisons hosted their annual Christmas party for Front Porch Ministry on Monday night and made a visit to the Longview Mansion on Thursday morning.
Jamie Pride played third base for the Bisons baseball team and was part of the “Miracle Bisons” team that fought its way out of the loser’s bracket and finished as runner-up in the NAIA World Series. He has joined former teammate Buddy Harston as an assistant coach for Lipscomb’s golf teams.
Former Bisons hurler and current Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Rex Brothers was the featured guest at this month's Jim Wood luncheon, held last Thursday. Brothers discussed his first season in the big leagues, getting called up and what he learned in his first season.
Lipscomb University has signed three pitchers and one infielder to national letters of intent Bisons head baseball coach Jeff Forehand announced on Thursday. INF Austin Sistrunk and Pitchers Dalton Keck, Christian Miller and Dalton Norman will join the Bisons for 2013.
Farrell Gean was inducted into the Lipscomb athletics Hall of Fame on Nov. 5. Farrell attended Lipscomb from 1968-72 where he achieved the rare accomplishment of lettering four years in both basketball and baseball.
Former Lipscomb pitcher Josh Smith added to his success this season as the selection by fans as the top starting pitcher on the Class A level for 2011.
VIDEO: The Lipscomb baseball and volleyball teams hosted their annual "Trunk or Treat" for the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization. Along with candy, games and pizza, the baseball team competed in a best skit competition.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to wrap up Fall practice this week with the annual “World Series” intrasquad scrimmages on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – 33 home games including the first eight of the season at Dugan Field highlight the 2012 Lipscomb baseball schedule announced this week by head baseball coach Jeff Forehand.
With a lot of new faces for 2012, Lipscomb head coach Jeff Forehand wanted to get some situation work in this fall.
Lipscomb Director of Athletics Philip Hutcheson announced Wednesday that Jim Allen, Beth Willis Dolente, John Friend and Farrell Gean will be inducted as the latest members of the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame in a ceremony on Nov. 5 on the Lipscomb University campus.
Nearly 20 years ago the Lipscomb family lost a dear member when All-American pitcher Scott Shannon lost his brief battle with cancer following his senior season with the Bisons. On Nov. 5, the Lipscomb Athletics Department is set to host a reception and memorial celebration to honor Shannon’s life.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Thursday afternoon's scheduled baseball contest between Lipscomb and Trevecca has been postponed until Monday, Oct. 17 because of the high probability of rain. Monday's tilt is still slated for a 5 p.m. first pitch at Dugan Field.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – After an impressive 2011 season with Class-A Dayton, former Lipscomb baseball standout Josh Smith has been nominated for a MiLBY (Minor League Baseball Yearly) award for "Class A Best Starter".
Rex Brothers stood a few feet from where the journey started and reflected. A year ago, he was preparing for the Arizona Fall League, the big leagues just a dream. As the Rockies’ season culminated in San Francisco, Brothers stood out as one of the few players not to disappoint or regress.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With fall practice rolling along for the baseball team, Lipscomb head coach Jeff Forehand announces that the Bisons will host a rare fall contest next week as Trevecca Nazarene will come to Ken Dugan field for a full nine-inning contest on Oct. 13 at 5 p.m.
It’s not possible to film a movie, television series or commercial every day, but what drives Casey Bond as he continues to establish himself in the entertainment industry in Hollywood are relationships.
Former Bisons outfielder Casey Bond ('08) landed a role as pitcher Chad Bradford in Moneyball which is being released nationwide Friday. The critically-acclaimed film stars Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jonah Hill.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The sounds of mitts popping and bats cracking echoed through Ken Dugan Field on Tuesday afternoon as the Lipscomb baseball squad began their fall camp in preparation for the 2012 campaign.
The first thing you notice about Rex Brothers is his fastball. It zips toward the plate, then explodes into the glove like it’s been electrocuted. The Rockies’ reliever raced through the minor leagues because of his heater.
Nestled in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya in northwestern Kenya sit the villages of Bomet and Kaspowar where a pair of Christian hospitals provide much-needed medical care to the Kenyan nation.
With the start of the 2011-12 school year later this month, Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand announces 14 newcomers including eight Tennessee natives for the 2012 season.
Bowie Baysox catcher and Lipscomb University product Caleb Joseph is the top catching prospect in the Baltimore Orioles minor league system. Joseph was recently selected as an Eastern League (AA) All-Star.
PHOENIX -- Rex Brothers is becoming a front-and-center performer. In relief pitching, that means he's working his way into the back of the bullpen.
Baseball is packed with stories of high draft picks who never make it and lower-round selections who become stars. It seems pitcher Josh Smith, two years removed from the Lipscomb University campus, might be on his way to the latter category.
The Lipscomb Bisons baseball team is set to host its sixth-annual "Lipscomb Baseball Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament and Home Run Derby" at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.
With the summer wood bat league's All-Star games in full swing, a pair of Lipscomb baseball standouts has been named to their league's respective All-Star squads.
The Bisons baseball team struggled offensively last season and after losing top hitter, Richie Goodenow, Coach Jeff Forehand knew he would have to make a splash on the recruiting trail to shore up his team's lineup.