The 2013 NJCAA Division I Defensive Player of the Year and ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove winner Mike Korte has signed a National Letter of Intent for the 2014 season with Lipscomb baseball.
Rising redshirt junior Hunter Brothers was selected in the 24th round of the 2013 MLB draft by the Colorado Rockies joining brother and former Bison Rex as a selection by Colorado.
With their backs to the wall and facing missing the conference tournament for the third-straight season, the Bison seniors decided to right the ship and the result was a 10-4 record in the final month of play.
Giving up four runs in the seventh, the Bisons dropped a 4-2 decision to No. 7 seed Kennesaw State on Saturday morning in DeLand, Fla. With the loss, LU finishes the season 25-34.
The Bisons got 7.2 strong innings from J. Hwang before Tyler Burstrom came on to shut the door against FGCU on Friday morning as the Purple and Golf advances to the next round of the 2013 A-Sun Baseball Championship in DeLand, Fla.
Hwang threw 21 pitches Thursday night before the rain and came back and threw 6.2 innings on Friday to get the win as Lipscomb advances in the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
The Bisons took an early lead on Thursday night before a storm rolled in to DeLand forcing the suspension of the contest until Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. CT Lipscomb leads 3-0 after an inning and a half.
After falling to North Florida in the opening round of the A-Sun Baseball Tournament, the Lipscomb baseball squad faces Florida Gulf Coast at 4 p.m. Thursday.
The Bisons managed only three hits on the morning in a 6-1 loss to No. 3 North Florida in the first round of the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship in DeLand, Fla.
A trademark central Florida thunderstorm put a wrinkle in the schedule of the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference baseball championship on day one of the event. With a lengthy delay hampering the start of game two, the Bisons will now open the event on Thursday morning at 9 a.m. against No. 3 North Florida.
Senior pitcher Josh Cotham and junior designated hitter Drew Adams were each honored by the Atlantic Sun efforts on Tuesday.
Lipscomb shortstop Aaron Sandoval has had to balance being a student, athlete, a husband and a father.
The Bisons took both ends of a Saturday doubleheader to secure the No. 6 seed in the 2013 A-Sun Championships hosted by Stetson next week in the Sunshine State. Lipscomb took game one 16-6 before squeezing out a 4-3 victory in the nightcap
Heavy rains on Friday forced the Friday night Atlantic Sun Conference battle between Lipscomb and Kennesaw State to be postponed to a Saturday doubleheader. The twinbill is set to get underway at 11 a.m.
Senior righty Josh Cotham tossed a complete game 6-1 victory over Kennesaw State in his final appearance at Dugan Field. The win clinched a berth in the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship hosted in DeLand, Fla.
The Bisons head into the final three games of the 2013 slate with a chance to clinch a berth in next week's Atlantic Sun Championships in DeLand, Fla. The series gets underway on Thursday night at 6 p.m. at Dugan Field.
Lipscomb volleyball player Caitlin “Dot” Dotson and pitcher Josh Cotham have been honored by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Seniors Zach Lowery, Gray Hutchinson and Lee Wilson each went deep on Tuesday night in Cookeville but it would not be enough as the Bisons fell late 10-9 to Tennessee Tech.
The Bisons head to Cookeville on Tuesday night for the final nonconference battle of the 2013 season taking on Tennessee Tech at Bush Stadium.
Pounding out 11 hits, the Bisons erupted for a 12-3 win over homestanding Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon. The win clinched the series from the Dolphins and moved LU into sole possession of seventh place in the A-Sun Standings.
The Bisons plated four runs in the fifth and added four more in the seventh en route to an 8-2 win at Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon. The victory evens the series at 1-1 heading into Sunday's rubber game.
Five walks and an error contributed to five runs for Jacksonville on Friday night as the Bisons dropped a 6-2 decision to the Dolphins in the Sunshine State.
After sweeping Northern Kentucky last weekend, the Bisons head to Jacksonville with a chance to secure a berth in the 2013 A-Sun Championship. The three-game series gets underway on Friday night at 6 p.m.
Eight of the Bisons nine starters got at least one hit as the Purple and Gold clipped UT-Martin 12-3 on Tuesday night at Dugan Field.
Behind the first 1-0, complete game shutout in the NCAA era for the Bisons, senior righty Josh Cotham has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week.
The Bisons return home on Tuesday night to host UT-Martin as part of Military Appreciation Night at Dugan Field. All veterans, current service members and their family members will receive complimentary admission.
Mother nature played fits all day and finally won the day after seven innings but the Bisons prevailed 11-6 to take the three-game series at Northern Kentucky on Sunday.
Highlighted by the performance of senior shortstop Aaron Sandoval, who drove in two runs and scored another, Lipscomb rallied for a 3-2 10-inning road win over Northern Kentucky
Senior righty Josh Cotham threw the first 1-0 shutout in the NCAA Division I era for the Bisons as Lipscomb claimed game one of the series in the first-ever meeting between the two schools on the diamond.
The Bisons head to the "Bluegrass State" this weekend for a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series against league newcomer Northern Kentucky.
Junior college standouts Ian Martinez-McGraw and Grant Massey have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Bison baseball team for the 2014 season.
The Bisons pounded out 20 hits on the afternoon but could manage only five runs dropping both ends of a doubleheader to Stetson on Sunday at Dugan Field.
Heavy rains in the Nashville area along with a forecast for additional storms this evening have pushed the completion of the A-Sun series against Stetson to Sunday The two teams will play a doubleheader starting at 11 a.m.
Junior left fielder Chad Shannon went 2-for-4 with three RBI as the Bisons took game one of the three-game series with Stetson 6-4 on Friday night at Dugan Field.
The Bisons return home this weekend hosting Stetson in a three-game A-Sun set on campus. All three contests are free of charge as part of the 5th-Annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence
After notching a pair of wins for the Bisons last week, freshman hurler Denton Norman has been named the top pitcher in the state of Tennessee by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association for his efforts last week.
The Lipscomb baseball team lost to Belmont 4-3 in 11 innings at E.S. Rose Park as Tyson Ashcraft belted two solo home runs in the game.
The Bisons make the short trek to E.S. Rose Park on Tuesday night for the second meeting of the season against Belmont. First pitch is set for 5 p.m.
Zach Lowery’s grand slam in the eighth inning led the Lipscomb baseball team to an 8-4 win over Atlantic Sun Conference opponent No. 24 Mercer on Sunday afternoon at Claude Smith Field in Macon, Ga.
Lee Wilson’s two-run double was not enough for the Lipscomb as Atlantic Sun Conference opponent No. 24 Mercer defeated the Bisons 5-2 at Claude Smith Field in Macon, Ga.
After a two hour rain delay, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a tough Atlantic Sun Conference decision to No. 24 Mercer 7-4 at Claude Smith Field in Macon, Ga.
The Bisons continue A-Sun road action this weekend with a three-game series at No. 24 Mercer. All three games are scheduled to be carried live on ASun.TV
The Bisons got seven shutout innings from freshman Denton Norman in his first collegiate start en route to a 2-0 blanking of Western Kentucky on Tuesday night at Dugan Field.
The Bisons return home on Tuesday night for a nonconference tilt with Western Kentucky that gets underway at 6 p.m. at Dugan Field.
The Bisons went 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position leaving 10 men on base in a 5-2 loss at ETSU on Sunday afternoon in Johnson City
The Bisons got a pair of home runs from Aaron Sandoval and Taylor Stewart but both came with the bases empty and Lipscomb fell 7-2 in A-Sun road action at ETSU on Saturday afternoon.
Putting only three runners in scoring position all night, the Bisons dropped an 8-0 road Atlantic Sun Conference tilt to ETSU on Friday night in Johnson City.
The Bisons head to Johnson City this weekend for a key three-game road set at ETSU. The series gets underway on Friday night at 6:05 p.m. All three games are set to air on ASun.TV
Lipscombsports.com caught up with Brian Mast, a former baseball pitcher at Lipscomb, who is the senior director for the Academic Success Center.
A two-RBI double in the bottom of the eighth by senior catcher Taylor Stewart proved to be the difference on Tuesday night as the Bisons downed Belmont 5-3 at Dugan Field.
Belmont comes calling to Dugan Field on Tuesday night for a 6 p.m. first pitch in the latest installment of the "Battle of the Boulevard"
Sunday's rubber game of the series went to USC Upstate 4-0 behind the pitching of Gaither Bumgardner, who went eight innings and allowed just two hits, both to LU's Drew Adams.
A two-run, walk-off blast by senior catcher Taylor Stewart propelled the Bisons to a 6-4 A-Sun win over USC Upstate on Saturday afternoon at Dugan Field. The series concludes on Sunday with a 1 p.m. rubber game.
Leading 3-0 after five innings, the Bisons surrendered five runs in the final four innings to fall 5-3 to USC Upstate on Friday night at Dugan Field.
The Bisons return home Friday night at 6 p.m. to start a three-game A-Sun set at Dugan Field against USC Upstate. Along with Friday's game, all three contests are set to air on ASun.TV
The Bisons mounted an eighth-inning comeback but a highlight reel double play ended the threat as LU dropped a 6-4 decision to Austin Peay on Tuesday night in Clarksville.
The Bisons make the short trek to Clarksville on Tuesday to take on in-state foe Austin Peay at 6 p.m. The Governors are one of the hottest teams in college baseball sporting a 25-5 record.
A pair of Sportscenter worthy highlights proved the be the difference on Saturday morning as the Bisons dropped a 4-3 Atlantic Sun Conference decision at FGCU.
Timely hitting, solid defense and great pitching by Hunters Brothers and Tyler Burstrom led the Bisons to the first win in school history at FGCU on Friday afternoon in Ft. Myers. LU goes for the series win on Saturday at 9 a.m.
Unable to get the offense going, the Bisons dropped an 8-0 decision to FGCU on Thursday night in Ft. Myers, Fla. Friday's game has been moved up to a 2 p.m. first pitch.
The Bisons are set for a three-game set in Fort Myers against Florida Gulf Coast at Swanson Stadium that starts on Thursday night.
No. 3 Vanderbilt held the Bisons to only two hits en route to a 4-1 loss for Lipscomb. Sophomore first baseman Griffin Moore drove in the only run for LU in the second inning.
The Bisons open a five-game road trip on Tuesday afternoon with a 4 p.m. contest against No. 3 Vanderbilt. Redshirt junior Jacob Knott will get the start against the Dores at Hawkins Field.
Overcoming a lengthy rain delay and an eighth-inning rally by North Florida, the Bisons snatched a 4-3 extra-innings win on Sunday afternoon at Dugan Field. Lipscomb heads to No. 2 Vandy on Tuesday night.
Giving up five runs with two outs, the Bisons fell 7-5 on Saturday afternoon to North Florida. Sunday's series finale has been moved to a noon start at Dugan Field.
Giving up four runs in the first, the Bisons dropped the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference opener 8-2 to North Florida on Friday night. Junior Drew Adams led the Bisons with a 3-for-4 effort at the plate including a run scored and one driven in.
The Bisons open Atlantic Sun Conference action this weekend hosting North Florida for a three-game series. Friday night's contest is set for a 6 p.m. first pitch followed by a 2 p.m. start on Saturday and a 1 p.m. start on Sunday.
The Bisons scored in each of the last four innings en route to a 5-4 extra-innings win on Wednesday night in Bowling Green. Lipscomb returns home on Friday to open A-Sun play hosting North Florida.
The Bisons head north on interstate 65 to take on Western Kentucky on Wednesday night in the Bluegrass State. First pitch is set for 6 p.m.
The Bisons were one strike away from clinching a 10-9 win on Sunday afternoon but a resilient Bradley team refused to quit and rallied for an 11-10 win.
After Northern Illinois posted a six-run sixth inning to take a 7-1 lead, the Bisons responded with a seven-run bottom of the frame to retake the lead en route to a 12-8 win.
Bradley starter John Nasshan went eight strong innings for the Braves on Friday afternoon facing only three over the minimum in a 7-0 shutout over the Bisons at Dugan Field.
Bradley and Northern Illinois come to Dugan Field this weekend as the Bisons host a trio of contests. Friday's contest is set for 4 p.m. against Bradley followed by a 2 p.m. tilt against Northern Illinois on Saturday. The set concludes on Sunday at noon against Bradley.
LipscombSports.com connects with Mark Massey a former Bison baseball player who is now a retired educator.
The Bisons gave up two runs in the ninth as Austin Peay escaped with a 3-1 win on Tuesday afternoon at Dugan Field. Lipscomb got solid pitching but could not muster the offense to tame the Govs.
The Bisons got the game-tying run 90 feet from the plate but could not pull even on Tuesday afternoon in a 4-3 loss at UT-Martin.
The Bisons hit the road on Tuesday for a nonconference tilt against UT-Martin before returning home on Wednesday afternoon for a battle with Austin Peay at Dugan Field.
The spring ASun.TV broadcast schedule is set to get underway this weekend as the softball and baseball teams both play at home.
The Bisons took a four-run cushion into the seventh inning but Ole Miss pushed across five runs in the bottom of the stanza to secure a 9-8 win on Sunday afternoon. Chad Shannon led the Bisons with two of LU's four home runs.
The Bisons got the tying run to the plate in the ninth inning but No. 7 Ole Miss was able to close out the 8-5 on Saturday afternoon in Oxford, Miss.
The Bisons strung together 10 hits but managed only one run in a 10-1 loss at No. 7 Ole Miss on Friday night.
The Bisons make the trek to the Magnolia State this weekend for a 3-game set against No. 7 Ole Miss in Oxford, Miss.
In come-from-behind fashion, the Lipscomb baseball team opened the 2013 road slate with a 3-2 win over homestanding Middle Tennessee at Resse Smith Jr. Field in Murfreesboro on Tuesday.
A soaking rain in the mid-state area forced the postponement of the Lipscomb-Middle Tennessee State game until Wednesday at 3 p.m.
With 12 home games in the books, the Bisons open road action on Tuesday afternoon with a contest at nearby Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro.
A two-out, eighth-inning, 2-RBI single by Griffin Moore gave Lipscomb a 9-8 lead over Butler heading to the ninth and senior righty Tyler Bustrom struck out the side as the Bisons downed the Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon.
Butler pushed across nine unearned runs in the first inning and never let off the gas as the Bisons fell 24-9 on Saturday afternoon at Dugan Field.
With snow coming down for nearly the entire contest, the Bisons dropped a 11-2 decision to Butler in the first-ever meeting between the two schools on Friday afternoon.
The Bisons continue home action this weekend with a three-game series against Butler at Dugan Field. Friday's contest is set for 4 p.m. followed by 1 p.m. starts on Saturday and Sunday.
A sixth-inning grand slam proved to be the difference on Tuesday afternoon as the Bisons dropped a 6-2 decision to Alabama A&M at Dugan Field.
Looking to bounce back from a 1-3 finish in the 2013 "Mule Mix" classic, the Bisons host Alabama A&M on Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m.
The Bisons mounted a pair of late rallies against Northwestern but the Wildcats would hold on for an 11-4 win on Sunday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Leaving 22 combined runners on base proved costly for the Bisons on Saturday as Lipscomb fell 6-2 to Ball State before dropping an 11-9 extra-inning affair to Bradley.
The Bisons opened the 2013 "Mule Mix Classic" with a 9-4 win over Bradley on Friday night thanks to a solid effort from the bottom of the batting order including Tyson Ashcraft, Aaron Sandoval and Taylor Stewart.
Baseball continues its 12-game homestand to open the season hosting the 2013 Mule Mix Classic against Bradley, Ball State and Northwestern this weekend.
The Bisons got six strong innings from starter Jacob Knott and three more from J Hwang as Lipscomb downed Tennessee Tech 12-1 on Tuesday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Unable to cash in with runners on base, the Bisons dropped a tough 3-2 decision to SIUE on Sunday afternoon. LU left 13 men on in the loss to the Cougars.
The Bisons drew a school record 13 walks on Saturday afternoon en route to an 11-4 win over SIUE at Dugan Field. The series concludes on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.
A Griffin Moore 2-run blast and a stellar relief appearance by Hunter Brothers led the Bisons to a 7-4 comeback win over SIUE on Friday.
The 2013 baseball season gets underway this weekend as the Bisons host SIUE for a three-game set at Dugan Field beginning on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m.
Lipscombsports.com caught up with Kyle Tognazzini, a former baseball player at Lipscomb. Kyle lives in California where he works with a local soccer program.
The votes are in and the LU baseball team has been projected to finish eighth in the rugged Atlantic Sun conference by the league coaches.
Baseball hit the diamond at Ken Dugan Field for the first time on Friday prepping for Feb. 15 and opening day.
San Diego Padres third baseman Chase Headley will headline the Forehand and Friends luncheon set for Jan. 23 at Allen Arena. Cost is only $10 for the event.
LipscombSports.com catches up with Caleb Joseph after a workout at Lipscomb University.
The final day of the Honduras mission trip found the team members reconnecting with friends from previous mentions and touring Mission Lazarus on horse back.
After three seasons with the program, pitching coach Tyler Shrout will not return for the 2013 season.
The Honduras mission team spent day six mixing more concrete and saying some goodbyes to their newly made friends.
A day full of mixing and pouring concrete was in store for the Honduras mission team on day five of the trip. There was even a little time for a game of beisbol.
Day four of the Bisons mission trip to Honduras featured another day of hard work as the house building continued.
Along with the backbreaking work of building a house from the foundation up, the Honduras mission team found time on day three to deliver food and even a game of futbol.
Day two of the Honduras mission team featured a meaningful worship experience with brothers and sisters in Limon.
A team of 27 all made their way safely to Honduras from all over the country today. Associate AD Brent High checks in with the first day's report.
Colorado Rockies' beat writer Troy Renck recently chatted with former Bison Rex Brothers about the 2012 season that saw Brothers rebound from mid-season struggles.
LipscombSports.com caught up with former Bisons baseball player Wes Wilkerson. Wilkerson is now a coach at Ezell-Harding.
2012 National League Cy Young award winner R.A. Dickey was the featured guest at Thursday's special Golden Bison/Forehand and Friends luncheon at Allen Arena.
The baseball team hosted its annual Christmas party on Monday night. The Bisons teamed with Front Porch Ministries to take 14 kids shopping for their moms.
LipscombSports.com catches up with former baseball player Kyle Coker.
Junior college pitchers Nick Andros, Cory Farrow and Jason Ziegler have signed national letters of intent for the 2014 baseball season.
2012 N.L. Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey will be the featured guest at the combined "Forehand and Friends/Golden Bisons" luncheon on Dec. 6 at Allen Arena.
Head baseball coach Jeff Forehand has announced the signing of high school standouts Cameron Bair and Hunter Hanks to national letters of intent for the 2014 season.
Coach Jeff Forehand has signed a trio of outstanding high school pitchers for the 2014 that will bolster the Bisons pitching staff.
31 home games and trips to Ole Miss and Vanderbilt highlight the 2013 baseball schedule released on Thursday.
An inside look with the Bison baseball team as fall practice begins with attention to detail including how to lineup for the National Anthem.
LipscombSports.com recently had a chance to catch up with Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Famer Gary Colson, who now lives in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Trent Ashcraft has joined the baseball program as the volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 season joining younger brother Tyson, who is a sophomore for the Bisons.
LipscombSports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former Bison baseball player Steve Liddle, who is now the third base coach with the Minnesota Twins.
Lipscomb baseball coach Jeff Forehand has tabbed Paul Phillips to round out his coaching staff. Phililps hangs up the mitt after 15 years in professional baseball.
Lipscombsports.com continues the look back at 2011-12 with No. 7 on the list as former baseball Bison Casey Bond makes his feature film debut in Moneyball.
With the summer wood bat leagues in full swing, a couple of Bisons have earned themselves all-star nods while many are tuning up their games in anticipation of the 2013 Lipscomb Bisons Baseball season.
As Lipscombsports.com continues taking a look back at the top stories of 2010-11 at No. 8 is Chris Nunn being drafted by the San Diego Padres a few weeks after making ESPN Sportscenter's Top-10 plays of the day.
With 187 student-athletes earning a 3.0 GPA or better during the 2011-12 academic year, Lipscomb leads the A-Sun in All-Academic honorees. The Bison and Lady Bisons placed better than 74 percent of student-athletes on the All-Academic registry.