Broward College catcher Chucky Vasquez has signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Bison Baseball team for 2015. A 2012 MLB draftee, Vazquez hit .321 drove in 27 runs and nabbed 13 runners trying to steal as a sophomore.
MLB.com writer David Wilson takes a look at former Bison baseball standout Caleb Joseph's family heritage at Lipscomb.
Right-handed pitcher Hunter Brothers was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 30th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft Saturday as the 893rd overall pick. The Chapel Hill native became the 30th draftee in Lipscomb history
Bison baseball head coach Jeff Forehand has added former LSU starter Cody Glenn to the roster. Glenn pitched the past three seasons for the Tigers sporting a 9-4 record on the hill.
Leaving 12 runners on base, the Bisons dropped a 7-1 decision to No. 3 seed Kennesaw State in the 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Championship game.
Baseball is headed to the 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship on Sunday after an 11-4 win over top seed FGCU on Saturday evening. Ian Martinez-McGraw pitched a complete game to lead the Bisons to the victory on two days rest.
Giving up seven runs in the first two innings, the Bisons could not catch up to top-seeded FGCU on Saturday afternoon in Ft. Meyers dropping a 10-5 decision.
A pair of clutch base hits with two gone in the eighth led to three runs for the Bisons in a 5-4 win over top-seed FGCU on Thursday night at Swanson Stadium.
Freshman third baseman Hunter Hanks delivered in the clutch on Wednesday night driving home Grant Massey to propel the Bisons to a 2-1 win over Jacksonville in the opening round of the 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship.
The Bisons are set to open the 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Championship on Wednesday night at Swanson Stadium on the FGCU campus.
The ballots have been cast and four Bison baseball players have picked up postseason honors from the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Sophomore Denton Norman picked up his first career A-Sun Pitcher of the Week honor after a stellar nine-strikeout performance to lift the Bisons over FGCU 7-1 on Saturday.
Highlighting a great day of baseball was shortstop Grant Massey taking home the 2014 Dugan Award in a ceremony between games. On the field, Lipscomb was able to take the series from FGCU with a 7-1 win in the rubber match.
Due to expected bad weather on Saturday, the Lipscomb baseball team will now play Florida Gulf Coast in a doubleheader on Friday with the first game at 3:30 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
What was supposed to be a pitching duel between two of the top hurlers in the Atlantic Sun turned into anything but as Lipscomb downed FGCU 11-6 on Thursday night at Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to host its final regular season home stand this weekend when Atlantic Sun Conference leading Florida Gulf Coast invades Music City for a three-game set at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Freshman southpaw John Pryor made his return to the hill on Tuesday night against Austin Peay but the Bisons could not provide enough run support as Lipscomb fell 6-3 to the Govs at Dugan Field
The Bisons return home on Tuesday night from a trip to the Sunshine State to host nonconference foe Austin Peay. The contest is slated for a 6 p.m. start at Dugan Field.
Denton Norman used a dominant performance on Mother's Day to help the Bisons to the 28th win of the season in a 5-2 victory over the Ospreys in Jacksonville.
Shortstop Grant Massey led the Bisons with a 2-for-4 day at the dish including a RBI-single in the sixth. The Bisons fell 7-2 in the second game to North Florida.
The road woes continued for the Lipscomb baseball team Friday night as the home-standing North Florida Ospreys used 16 hits to power its way to a 15-0 Atlantic Sun Conference victory at Dusty Rhodes Field in the series opener.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to the sunshine state this weekend for a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference set with North Florida at Dusty Rhodes Field at Harmon Stadium. The series will begin with a 5 p.m. CT first pitch on Friday.
Former Bison backstop Caleb Joseph is set to make his MLB debut on Thursday night with the Baltimore Orioles. Joseph will be the third Bison in the history of the program to make it to the majors joining Rex Brothers and Bo McLaughin.
The Bisons offense failed to get going on Tuesday night dropping a 4-0 decision to UT-Martin at Dugan Field. The Skyhawks scored two runs in the fifth and lone runs in the seventh and eighth innings to secure the win.
The Lipscomb baseball team has a quick turnaround when UT-Martin ventures to Music City for a midweek nonconference matchup at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field. Southpaw Nick Andros will draw his second start of the season.
The Bisons couldn't get much going in a 15-2 loss to Tennessee Tech Sunday at Bush Stadium. Second baseman Mike Korte knocked in both of Lipscomb's runs with a single in the fourth.
Powered by a 3-run, third-inning blast from junior second baseman Mike Korte, the Lipscomb baseball team downed nonconference foe Tennessee Tech 8-4 on “Senior Night” at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Bisons couldn't get much going against Tennessee Tech in Friday's loss. Ian Martinez-McGraw took the loss on the mound for the Bisons after working eight innings and giving up just three earned runs.
The Bisons and Golden Eagles will play at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Ken Dugan Field. The series finale will be a 2 p.m. matchup in Cookeville at Bush Stadium.
The Bisons struggled to get the offense going on Sunday afternoon against Northern Kentucky falling 2-0. Lipscomb continues home action on Friday night hosting Tennessee Tech at 6 p.m. at Dugan Field.
Late home runs by Tyler Bethune and Josh Lee combined with a perfect relief performance from Nick Andros led the Bisons to a 4-2 win over Northern Kentucky on Saturday night at Dugan Field. The series wraps up on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.
The Bisons returned home to Dugan Field on Friday night after four road tilts to down A-Sun foe Northern Kentucky 5-3. Jonathan Allison went 3-for-5 on the night including a leadoff homer in the bottom of the first.
Lipscomb returns to Dugan Field this weekend for a three-game set with Northern Kentucky. The first pitch will be thrown at 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and the series will wrapup Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Bisons stumbled out of the gate on Tuesday night and could not recover giving up a baker's dozen in a 13-3 loss at Belmont.
The Bisons and Bruins are set to throw the first pitch at 5 p.m. Tuesday at E.S. Rose Park. Belmont took the first meeting this season 2-1.
The Bisons started the game on Saturday off with a bang as Jonathan Allison crushed a home run over the center field fence but the day would belong to Stetson as the Hatters won 10-3.
The Bisons managed only three hits and one walk on Friday night in an 8-2 loss to homestanding Stetson at Melching Field in DeLand. The series concludes on Saturday at Noon.
Costly errors and missed chances to execute proved to be the theme of the game on Thursday night as the Bisons dropped a 3-2, 10-inning Atlantic Sun Conference game to homestanding Stetson.
The Bisons head into the Easter-weekend series against Stetson looking to keep hold on the top slot of the Atlantic Sun Conference standings. The series gets underway Thursday night in DeLand, Fla.
The Bisons were limited to just four hits on the day in a 2-1 loss to Belmont on Tuesday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Diamond Bisons take a break from conference play Tuesday to host Belmont at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in a 4 p.m. tilt.
The Bisons were unable to solve the riddle of Mercer southpaw Eric Nyquist on Sunday afternoon managing only two hits in a 2-0 loss to the Bears. Despite the loss, the Purple and Gold sit atop the A-Sun standings at 12-3 in league play.
The Bisons got excellent pitching from Hunter Brothers and Nick Andros to hold the high-powered Mercer offense to just one run in the victory. Lipscomb kept its spot on top of the A-Sun standings after improving to 24-12 and 12-2 in league play.
The battle between Atlantic Sun Conference co-leaders on Friday night saw the Bisons come out on top 4-2 behind a pitching gem from junior knuckleballer Ian Martinez-McGraw. The righty went eight and two-thirds innings allowing just two earned runs in the victory.
The top two teams in the Atlantic Sun Conference are set to square off this weekend at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium as the Bisons host co-leader Mercer. Game one of the series gets underway Friday night at 6 p.m.
The Bisons offense kept its hot hitting going on Tuesday afternoon scoring 12 runs and racking up 13 hits in a 12-2 win over UT-Martin.
With a gloomy forecast in Martin, Tenn. on Tuesday night, the game between the Bisons and Skyhawks has been postponed to a Wednesday afternoon 3 p.m. start.
The Bisons head to UT-Martin on Tuesday for a 6 p.m. tilt against the Skyhawks at Skyhawk Field. The Purple and Gold are scheduled to send freshman southpaw John Pryor to the hill.
Josh Lee and Hunter Brothers were each honored by the Atlantic Sun Conference on Monday as the Player and Pitcher of the week, respectively. The duo helped the lead the Bisons to a sweep of ETSU and a share of first place in the league standings.
Denton Norman went the distance on Sunday afternoon as the Bisons downed ETSU 6-3 to complete the 3-game sweep of the Buccaneers at Dugan Field.
Redshirt junior Hunter Brothers tossed a 2-hit, complete-game shutout to lead the Bisons to a 5-0 win over ETSU on Saturday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Juniors Josh Lee and Jonathan Allison combined to go 8-for-9 at the plate en route to a 9-7 win over ETSU on Friday night at Dugan Field. Lee was 5-for-5 with two RBIs and a run scored while Allison was 3-for-4 including a home run and a triple.
Following an eight-game road trip, the Lipscomb baseball team returns to the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field to face ETSU in a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference set this weekend.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell 3-2 on the road at Western Kentucky Wednesday afternoon after the Hilltoppers scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning.
The Bisons take a break from A-Sun play on Wednesday to battle Western Kentucky at 4 p.m. in Bowling Green. Lipscomb enters the contest with an 18-11, 7-2 A-Sun record.
Grant Massey collected four hits to lead the Bisons in an 11-1 victory over the Spartans. Lipscomb pounded out 17 hits in the rubber match and improved to 18-11, 7-2 in the A-Sun.
A valiant late-inning comeback attempt fell short in the ninth as the Bisons dropped a 6-3 decision to the Spartans. Lipscomb will try to take the series Sunday at noon.
The Bisons and Spartans will now throw Saturday's first pitch at 4 p.m. CT due to the weather in Spartanburg.
The Bisons pounded out 14 hits en route to an 11-0 victory over USC Upstate Friday night. Lipscomb improved to 17-10, 6-1 in the A-Sun with the win.
The Bisons series opener at USC Upstate has been moved up 30 minutes to 4:30 p.m. CT due to the heavy chance of rain in the evening. Check back later for any further updates.
For the second consecutive A-Sun series the Bisons will venture outside the state line. After sweeping Kennesaw State last weekend, Lipscomb looks to continue its impressive play at USC Upstate on Friday.
Giving up a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth, the Bisons dropped a 7-5 decision at Middle Tennessee on Tuesday night in Murfreesboro.
Although the two teams just met last Tuesday, Lipscomb and Middle Tennessee are set to battle again Tuesday night in Murfreesboro at Reese Smith Jr. Field at 6 p.m.
Sophomore starter Denton Norman allowed just one run in 7.2 innings of work on Sunday afternoon as the Bisons finished off a 3-game sweep of Kennesaw State 2-1.
The Bisons launced four two-baggers and turned three double plays to help secure a 7-5 win over Kennesaw State on Saturday that also claimed the series against the A-Sun foe.
A diving catch from junior left fielder Tyson Ashcraft proved to be the game winner on Friday night as the Bisons won 7-6 at Kennesaw State. The win is the first for Lipscomb at Stillwell Stadium in school history.
The Bisons head to the "Peach State" this weekend for a 3-game Atlantic Sun Conference set at Kennesaw State. The series marks the first time in 2014 the Purple and Gold have ventured outside the state of Tennessee
The Bisons offense used an 8-run second inning to down Middle Tennessee 9-3 on Tuesday night at Dugan Field. Lipscomb hits the road this weekend for an Atlantic Sun Conference series at Kennesaw State
The Bisons are set to host in-state rival Middle Tennessee on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Dugan Field. Freshman John Pryor is expected to make the start against MTSU's Nathan Foriest
The Bisons opened Saturday's twinbill against Jacksonville with a 17-6 win but fell 7-6 in the nightcap to miss out sweeping the Dolphins.
The Bisons got Atlantic Sun Conference play off to a good start on Friday night with a 7-2 win over visiting Jacksonville. The series continues on Saturday with a doubleheader beginning at 2 p.m. at Dugan Field.
On the heels of being named Atlantic Sun Player of the Week, senior outfielder Drew Adams has been named the Southeast Region Player of the Week by CollegeBaseballInsider.com. The Bisons were also selected as an honorable mention team of the week.
Riding a school best 8-game winning streak, the Bisons return home this weekend to open Atlantic Sun Conference play hosting Jacksonville for a 3-game series.
Ernie Banks will be the featured guest for the 6th Annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence on April 19th at Lipscomb's Allen Arena. General admission tickets are $25 and can be purchased at http://www.LipscombTickets.com
An 8-run top of the ninth pushed the Bisons past Austin Peay 14-6 on Tuesday night in Clarksville.
Riding a seven-game winning streak, the Bisons make the short trek to Clarksville on Tuesday night for a 6 p.m. meeting with Austin Peay.
Senior outfielder Drew Adams has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the week after a 10-RBI week that helped lead the Bisons to a perfect 5-0 week.
The bats continued rolling for the Bisons on Sunday afternoon with a 12-hit, 7-2 win over Oakland to complete a 4-game sweep of the Golden Grizzlies. The Purple and Gold have now won seven straight, tying the longest winning streak in the NCAA era.
Bisons head coach Jeff Forehand earned career victory No. 400 on Sunday afternoon as the Bisons took both ends of a doubleheader from Oakland.
The Bison offense pounded out 13 hits and drove a baker's dozen across the plate as the Purple and Gold defeated Oakland 13-6. Senior right fielder Drew Adams drove in five runs behind a home run and a triple.
The Bisons continue home action this weekend hosting Oakland for a four-game set on campus. The series gets underway at 4 p.m. on Friday followed by a Noon twinbill on Saturday and the series finale on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Freshman southpaw John Pryor picked up his first collegiate win on Tuesday night with a 10-strikeout performance in a 10-2 victory over Western Kentucky.
With a layer of snow and ice sitting atop the tarp at Clark-Leclair Stadium in Bowling Green, Ky., Lipscomb and Western Kentucky have moved Wednesday’s game to Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium on the Lipscomb campus with a 4 p.m. first pitch.
The junior shortstop combined to go 8-of-18 at the dish with five extra-base hits, three RBI's and seven walks to help lead the Bisons to three wins last week.
Old Man Winter's refusal to go away has forced the baseball team to move Tuesday's game at Western Kentucky to Wednesday. Game time is still set for 4 p.m.
The Bisons got a great start from Denton Norman and the bats erupted for 14 hits and 19 runs in a 14-2 rubber game win over Connecticut on Sunday afternoon.
Chad Shannon drew a five-pitch walk with the bases loaded in the 10th to propel the Bisons to a 4-3 win over Connecticut. Jason Ziegler got the win tossing one and one-thirds inning of perfect baseball.
After jumping on top 2-0 early, the Bisons were unable to hold on late. UConn tied the game in the eighth and scored two in the 10th to take a 6-4 victory Friday afternoon at Dugan Field.
The Bison offense pounded out 10 hits and drew 12 walks en route to an 18-5 win over Alabama A&M at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
The Bisons return home Thursday for four games in four days hosting Alabama A&M and Connecticut. The homestand starts on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. against A&M before UConn comes to the Music City for the weekend series.
The Bisons offense pounded out nine runs and 10 hits on Tuesday afternoon but it would not be enough in a 10-9 loss at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville.
The Bisons head east on Tuesday for a 3 p.m. meeting with Tennessee Tech while Wednesday's home contest with Alabama A&M has been pushed back to Thursday.
Giving up six runs in the first five innings and committing six errors, the Bisons dropped a 9-3 decision to Miami (Ohio) on Sunday afternoon at Dugan Field.
The lukewarm Bison offense woke up on Saturday afternoon for a dozen runs en route to a 12-3 win over Dayton on Saturday afternoon at Dugan Field. Will Blalock also was solid on the mound with a 10-strikeout effort.
An early deficit proved too much for the Bisons to overcome and eventually dropped a 10-6 decision to the Sycamores Friday at Ken Dugan Field. Jacob Knott threw 3.1 innings with five hits, three runs and six strikeouts.
The Bisons dropped a 5-1 decision to No. 9 Vanderbilt Wednesday evening at Hawkins Field. Lipscomb got eight innings from Ian Martinez-McGraw, but failed to get much going on the base paths with only four hits.
The Bisons are set to make the short trek over to Hawkins Field on Wednesday afternoon to take on No. 9 Vanderbilt at 4 p .m.
The Denver Post chats with former Bison Rex Brothers about his role with the Colorado Rockies in 2015 after a superb 2014 campaign.
A pair of late-inning collapses proved costly on Sunday afternoon for the Bisons as the Purple and Gold dropped both ends of a doubleheader to Evansville. Lipscomb heads across town to face top-10 foe Vandy on Wednesday night.
The Bisons gave up a six-run fourth inning and that's all the firepower Evansville would need in an 8-2 loss on Saturday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Friday's opening day contest against Evansville has been rained out due to the showers in the area. The teams will now play on Saturday at 1 p.m. and play a doubleheader on Sunday starting at Noon.
Bison baseball kicks off the 2014 season this weekend hosting Evansville for a three-game series at Dugan Field.
The Bison seniors are ready to get 2014 underway and pick up where the team left off in 2013. First pitch is Friday at 4 p.m. against Evansville
The Bisons baseball team added a special member to the 2014 team on Wednesday as cancer survivor Brooks Russell signed his National Letter of Intent to join the Lipscomb program.
With a top-100 recruiting class already in the books, Bison skipper Jeff Forehand added 5-star recruit Brooks Russell to the team in a special signing ceremony on Wednesday at Allen Arena.
Join Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand along with Nashville Sounds general manager Brad Tammen and Music City baseball historian Skip Nipper for a special "Forehand and Friends" on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
The Lipscomb baseball team officially opened spring practice on Friday, as it prepares for the start of the 2014 season on Feb. 14 with the first game in a three-game series with Evansville at Dugan Field.
2012 National League Cy Young Award winner and friend of Lipscomb baseball, R.A. Dickey will headline next week's "Forehand and Friends" luncheon at Allen Arena. Cost is $10 including lunch.
The baseball and softball teams took time out of their busy schedules to host the 2014 Front Porch Ministry Christmas party. The event benefited 11 different moms in Nashville as the teams took kids from Front Porch Christmas shopping.
Six Bisons and members of the coaching staff recently took time away from practicing and studying to spend a very special evening with the Albert Pujols Famil Foundation and their Autumn Prom.
Ranked No. 81 overall by Perfect Game, the Bisons have signed the highest rated class in school history for the 2015 season. The 10 future Bisons rank as the third best signing class the "Volunteer State" behind Vanderbilt and Tennessee.
The Lipscomb baseball team wrapped up the 2013 Omaha Challenge on Thursday with the final events, an obstacle course and the fireman’s carry. Grant Massey and Hunter Brothers were crowned as the champs.
The Lipscomb baseball team continued to battle the 2013 Omaha Challenge on Wednesday with four individual events and two team events. Tyson Ashcraft enters the final day with only a five point lead.
After a grueling day of weight lifting on Monday, the Lipscomb baseball team hit the turf at Dugan field for day two of the Omaha Challenge. The players competed in six individual events and two team events.
Day one of the Omaha Challenge brought the burn for the Lipscomb baseball team as they competed in five individual events and one team event on Monday. The first five events began the day in the weight room.
Calling all Bison Nation! Starting Monday Nov. 18 the Lipscomb Bisons baseball team will begin its 2013 Omaha Challenge and they are inviting YOU to come out and support your team as they compete against one another.
After leading the Eastern League in total bases and finishing second in RBIs, former Bison standout Caleb Joseph has been named the Topps/MiLB Eastern League Player of the Year.
The schedule is set for the 2014 campaign of Bison baseball including 35 contests at Dugan Field.
Chris Burnett, a former right-handed pitcher, returned to the Lipscomb University campus this past week to participate in the Alumni and Friends Baseball Weekend hosted by Bisons coach Jeff Forehand and his staff.
Baseball is set to host the 8th-annual Lipscomb Baseball and Friends golf tournament along with Parents Weekend on Friday and Saturday. Also on the slate is a scrimmage on Saturday morning at Ken Dugan Field
Former Bison southpaw and current closer for the Colorado Rockies, Rex Brothers has been named the 2013 Unsung Award winner by Yahoo Sports.
Former baseball player Blake Bratcher is a judicial law clerk for Honorable Judge Steve Dozier. At night he is a student at the Nashville School of Law with plans to graduate in December. Bratcher spent some time after law classes to talk with lipscombsports.com.
The 8th Annual Lipscomb Baseball Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament and Parents Weekend are set for Oct. 11-12. The tourney will be held on Oct. 11 at the Legends Golf Club in Franklin. Cost is $175 per person or $600 per team.
Hard work and lots of bonding continue on the 2013 FCA Honduras mission trip. Shaun Dean checks in with an update on the last few days.
Four LU athletes are spending their last week before starting the fall semester on a mission to Zamarano, Honduras led by the Lipscomb FCA.
Bison baseball coach Jeff Forehand has added six players to the roster for the 2014 season including four standouts from the "Music City" area.
12 members of the LU baseball team are working hard this summer to hone their craft playing in summer leagues around the nation. Five of the 11 have been named all-stars in their respective leagues.
Former Bison catcher Caleb Joseph was the star of the night on Tuesday winning the 2013 Eastern League Home Run Derby in New Britain, Conn.
Having hit .293 with 55 RBIs, 14 home runs and 20 doubles, former Bison backstop Caleb Joseph has been named a 2013 Eastern League All-Star.