For the third time in school history the Atlantic Sun Conference selected Lipscomb’s Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium to serve as the host site for the 2016 Atlantic Sun Baseball Championship May 25-28, announced by the league office on Tuesday.
The Chicago White Sox drafted Lipscomb shortstop Grant Massey with the seventh pick in the 26th round and the 772nd selection overall in the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft Wednesday. Massey becomes the 26th Bison in history be drafted.
Less than a week after Collegiate Baseball named center fielder Michael Gigliotti a Freshman All-American, he earned the same recognition Monday from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, landing a spot on the second team.
Lipscomb baseball is getting set to host its Future Bison Day Camp at Ken Dugan Field beginning Monday June 8th through Thursday June 11th. All players between the ages of 6-12 are welcome, but hurry as there are just a limited number of spots available.
Josh Willeford was a pitcher for the Lipscomb Bisons. He is a vice president, financial operations, for The Advisory Board Company. He keeps a busy schedule, but he spent some time talking with Lipscombsports.com about his memories of Lipscomb and what he is doing today.
Lipscomb baseball’s right-handed pitcher Jeffrey Passantino and outfielder Michael Gigliotti continued their postseason haul Wednesday afternoon, being named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team, announced by Collegiate Baseball.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell to No. 18 Radford, 5-2, in a NCAA Regional elimination game on Saturday afternoon at Hawkins Field. Lipscomb (39-20) saw its season come to an end with the loss, wrapping up a year that saw the Bisons set the school’s NCAA record for wins and claim the A-Sun title.
Playing in its second-ever regional the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 9-1 decision to the reigning national champion and host Vanderbilt Friday night in front of an announced sellout crowd of 3,626 at Hawkins Field.
Jeff Forehand admits it is difficult to look at Friday night’s game with Vanderbilt as just another game. As his Lipscomb Bisons head into the NCAA Regional at 7:05 at Hawkins Field against the defending NCAA National Champions he admits there is no magic formula for success.
A computer program that accurately analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of Lipscomb baseball players in all areas of the game is one of the keys to the team's success this season.
The fourth-seeded Lipscomb baseball team is geared up to compete in its second NCAA Baseball Championship in school history, opening play down the road with host and top-seed Vanderbilt. First pitch for the Bisons and Dores is set for 7:05 p.m. at Hawkins Field.
For just the second time in program history the Lipscomb baseball team is headed to the NCAA Baseball Tournament with play set to begin on Friday as the No. 4 seed in the Nashville Regional hosted by Vanderbilt. The Bisons and Commodores will square off at 7 p.m. at Hawkins Field on ESPN3.
Freshman infielder Lee Solomon recounts his thoughts and emotions as the baseball team came from behind to defeat No. 1 North Florida in the championship game Saturday night to claim its second A-Sun Title in school history.
The 2015 Atlantic Sun championship belongs to the Bisons after a thrilling 8-7 win over top-seed North Florida on Saturday night at Swanson Stadium in Fort Myers, Florida. The Bisons will find out on Monday, who their first opponent with be in the NCAA Tournament next weekend.
Freshman infielder Lee Solomon gives his recount on baseball's 2-1 win over North Florida on Friday to put the Bisons back in the in the A-Sun Finals for the second year in a row. He talks about Brady Puckett's complete game and his lack of skill in video games.
Following a five-hour weather delay in the first of two Friday elimination games in the Atlantic Sun Baseball Championship, league officials determined a schedule change in Saturday's lineup that will now push the first pitch of Lipscomb's A-Sun Finals matchup to 2 p.m. central time.
Freshman Brady Puckett put the Lipscomb baseball team on his back Friday and pitched the Bisons to a 2-1 win over top-seeded North Florida in the Atlantic Sun Baseball Championship. His complete-game effort sends the Bisons to the championship final for the second-straight season.
Freshman infielder Lee Solomon gives his recount on the baseball's exciting 9-5 win over Stetson on Thursday night in the A-Sun Championship down in Forty Myers.
Senior Tyson Ashcraft delivered a three-run double in the sixth inning that propelled Lipscomb to a 9-5 win over No. 3 Stetson Thursday night in the Atlantic Sun Baseball Championship. Ashcraft was one of 10 Bisons to record a hit in the victory. Lipscomb has now won a nation-leading 13 straight games away from Nashville.
Baseball freshman Lee Solomon gives his second installment on the sequence of events for the Bisons as they had a very long and adventurous opening night in the A-Sun Championship.
Lipscomb baseball infielder Lee Solomon turned his thoughts into words as the Bisons made the long haul to Fort Myers, Florida to compete in the 2015 A-Sun Baseball Championship. Solomon talks practice, awards, bus rides and championship hardware in this road trip blog.
Senior left fielder Jonathan Allison proved to be the hero in the opening round of the 2015 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Championship as he delivered a two-out triple to propel Lipscomb to a 2-1 win over No. 5 Florida Gulf Coast at Swanson Stadium on Thursday morning.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to open the 2015 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Championship against the home-standing and No. 5 seeded Eagles of Florida Gulf Coast Wednesday night at 6 p.m. CT at Swanson Stadium.
Following a campaign that featured a school record 35 wins, Lipscomb was rewarded with eight Atlantic Sun Conference Postseason honors Tuesday afternoon. Senior shortstop Grant Massey highlighted the Bisons postseason haul as he was named the A-Sun Defensive Player of the Year.
Senior hurler Ian Martinez-McGraw led a trio of Bisons baseball players named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team released by the league office Monday. The knuckleballer was named the A-Sun Scholar of the Year after posting a 3.68 GPA while majoring in psychology.
Freshman Michael Gigliotti collected the final Atlantic Sun Conference baseball weekly honor of the season after an impressive performance on the diamond this week, announced by the league office on Sunday. He was 9-for-15 on the week with six runs scored and three stolen bases.
The Lipscomb baseball team continued its road dominance Saturday afternoon, completing its third-consecutive Atlantic Sun Conference road sweep, with a 7-1 victory over the Norse of Northern Kentucky at the rainy Bill Aker Complex. Adam Lee launched his team-leading eighth bomb of the year.
The Lipscomb baseball Bisons are now enjoying the best season in the school’s NCAA era after routing Northern Kentucky 15-1 Friday afternoon to grab a school record 34th victory of the year. Jonathan Allison belts two homers, drives in four and scores three times to pace the offensive attack.
With a 6-3 series-opening triumph over Northern Kentucky Thursday afternoon at the Bill Aker Complex, Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand collected his 450th career victory. The win also gives Lipscomb its 33rd victory of the season, tying the school’s NCAA mark for wins in a season.
For the last time as Atlantic Sun Conference foes, the Lipscomb and Northern Kentucky baseball teams are set to tangle in a three-game series beginning on Thursday at the Bill Aker Baseball Complex. The series gets underway at 2 p.m. CT on Thursday.
On its final home game of the 2015 season the Lipscomb baseball team managed just six hits and one run on the night, as the Bisons fell 2-1 to Austin Peay in nonconference action at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Mike Korte led the Bisons with two hits on the night.
Wrapping up the 2015 nonconference slate, the Lipscomb baseball team is set to host Austin Peay Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
For the second time in three weeks Lipscomb baseball’s Jeffrey Passantino has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday.
Stetson scored six times in the ninth inning to rally and top the Lipscomb baseball team 9-6 Sunday afternoon in Atlantic Sun Conference action at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The Bisons fall to 32-17 overall and 10-8 in league play.
Behind eight complete innings of shutout baseball from freshman starter Jeffrey Passantino, Lipscomb evened its Atlantic Sun Conference series with Stetson Saturday afternoon with a 3-1 victory on "Senior Day" at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team dropped a 5-1 decision to Stetson in the series opener of a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series Friday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Senior Jonathan Allison was honored with the 2015 Dugan Award before the game.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to host its final regular season home series this weekend when Stetson invades Music City for a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference set at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Senior Grant Massey laid down a walk-off suicide squeeze with two outs in the ninth to give the Bisons a 6-5 win over Western Kentucky Tuesday night at Dugan Field. The Bisons extend their winning streak to five games.
The Lipscomb baseball team looks to begin its final homestand of the season Tuesday when Western Kentucky visits Music City for a 6 p.m. tilt at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The Bisons (30-15, 9-6 A-Sun) have won eight of their last 10 contests, including four straight.
Following an impressive outing on the mound Sunday against Florida Gulf Coast, Lipscomb baseball hurler Brady Puckett was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week. He tossed 8.0 scoreless innings with five punch outs to improve to 5-2 on the year.
Dominant pitching controlled the weekend for the Lipscomb baseball team and Sunday was no different. With 6-foot-8 freshman Brady Puckett on the hill, the Bisons stalled Florida Gulf Coast in a 4-1 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference play to earn a sweep of the weekend at Swanson Stadium
Freshman hurler and Fort Myers native, Jeffrey Passantino put the Lipscomb baseball team on his back and threw a gem to lead the Lipscomb baseball team to a 1-0 victory over Florida Gulf Coast Saturday at Swanson Stadium.
Jonathan Allison paced the Lipscomb offense with a grand slam in the third inning to down Florida Gulf Coast 5-1 in the series opener Friday in Fort Myers. The Bisons improve to 28-15, 7-6 with the win.
Fresh off a midweek tuneup against Middle Tennessee, the Lipscomb baseball team resumes Atlantic Sun Conference play on Friday night to open a three-game set at Florida Gulf Coast in Fort Myers. Friday's first pitch is slated for 5:30 p.m. CT.
The Lipscomb baseball team backed a strong pitching performance from hurler Dalton Curtis Tuesday by erasing a 3-run deficit to triumph over Middle Tennessee 11-3 at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Curtis picked up the win and recorded a career high seven strikeouts.
Wrapping up a short four-game homestand the Lipscomb baseball team will host Middle Tennessee on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Lipscomb baseball southpaw Nick Andros took home the Atlantic Sun Conference’s Pitcher of the Week honor after two strong relief efforts this week for the Bisons, announced Monday by the league office.
The Lipscomb baseball team got behind early and could never catch up as it dropped the rubber match of a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series 12-5 to Kennesaw State Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field. Adam Lee launched his team-leading fifth home run to lead off the ninth.
Twice in the late innings Lipscomb had runners at second and third with the opportunity to knot the game, but both times a groundball out killed any momentum the Bisons were building. Junior Chucky Vazquez smashed a leadoff home run in the ninth trying to get Lipscomb back in it.
Freshman Michael Gigliotti went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and senior Josh Lee laced a 10th inning double to score Tyson Ashcraft as the Bisons took a 4-3 A-Sun win over Kennesaw State on Friday night.
Looking to add some depth behind the plate, Lipscomb baseball skipper Jeff Forehand has announced the signing of catcher Justin Wilson for the 2016 season. Wilson hit .385 as a junior at Oakland High School and earned Perfect Game All-American Honorable Mention honors for his efforts.
The Lipscomb baseball team will return home this weekend to put its longest win streak of the season on the line in a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series with Kennesaw State at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Friday's first pitch is set for 6 p.m.
Senior Grant Massey is one of 47 players across the country selected to the 2015 Brooks Wallace Award watch list, announced by the National College Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday. The award annually recognizes the nation's top shortstop.
The Lipscomb baseball team exploded for six runs in the 11th inning to down home-standing Austin Peay 12-6 in its first extra-inning affair of the season Tuesday night at Raymond C. Hand Park. Grant Massey was 3-for-6 and delivered the go-ahead 2-run double in the 11th.
Riding its longest win streak of the season the Lipscomb baseball team will go for five in a row Tuesday night at Raymond C. Hand Park on the campus of Austin Peay at 6 p.m. Kyle Weller (4-0) will get the start on the mound for the Bisons.
Lipscomb baseball hurler Jeffrey Passantino earned Atlantic Sun Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week after a strong outing on the mound in Saturday’s 3-0 win over USC Upstate, announced by the league office on Monday.
Highlighting a doubleheader day of baseball in Spartanburg, the Bisons got a 3-0 win in game one before taking the series finale 9-8. Grant Massey led the offense finishing the day 4-for-7 with a double and three RBI.
In just his second career start freshman hurler Jeffrey Passantino rang up a career high nine batters to lead the Lipscomb baseball team in a 3-0 series-clinching win over Atlantic Sun Conference foe USC Upstate in game one of a doubleheader at Harley Park on Saturday.
The Lipscomb baseball team blasted three home runs to roll over USC Upstate 11-1 in Atlantic Sun Conference action Friday night at rain-soaked Harley Park. Senior outfielder Tyson Ashcraft blasted two solo home runs.
Due to the expected inclement weather scheduled to hit the Spartanburg area this weekend, Lipscomb and USC Upstate have agreed to move Sunday's series finale to Saturday and play a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. CT at Harley Park.
The Lipscomb baseball team hits the road this weekend as it travels to take on USC Upstate in a key three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series at Harley Park. The series opener is Friday at 5 p.m. CT.
The Lipscomb baseball team got a three-run home run from Tyson Ashcraft to down Murray State 6-3 in nonconference action Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The shot was his first of the season and put the Bisons up 4-0 in the fourth.
Former Lipscomb standout pitcher Josh Smith is set to become the fourth Bison in school history to make his Major League Baseball debut after being called up by the Cincinnati Reds from the Louisville Bats (AAA) on Monday.
The Lipscomb baseball team will look to get back on track Tuesday when it hosts Murray State for a midweek non-conference contest at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. First pitch is slated for 6 p.m.
With just over a handful of runners reaching base on Sunday afternoon, the Lipscomb baseball team failed to push across a run in a 8-0 Atlantic Sun Conference loss to North Florida at Ken Dugan Field. Grant Massey led the Bisons with a 2-for-4 day at the plate.
Pounding out 16 hits the Lipscomb baseball team evened the series with North Florida with an 11-3 victory in Atlantic Sun Conference action Saturday at Ken Dugan Field. Hunter Hanks drives in three runs and hits his second home run of the weekend.
In a game that entered the ninth tied, the Lipscomb baseball team could not hold on as North Florida scored with two outs to win 4-3 in the series opener at Ken Dugan Field Friday night. Hunter Hanks led the Bisons with a 3-for-4 night at the dish with one RBI and two runs scored.
Coming off its biggest win in years, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to ride the momentum into the weekend when it plays host to North Florida in an Atlantic Sun Conference three-game series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Friday's first pitch is at 6 p.m.
Freshman hurler Brady Puckett pitched 7-plus innings of one-run baseball on Tuesday night as the Bisons upset top-ranked Vanderbilt 3-1 at Hawkins Field. Former 'Dore Josh Lee had a huge night as well driving in all three runs.
Fresh off of a tough conference-opening weekend series in Jacksonville, things do not get any easier for the Bisons as they will make the short trek across town to take on No. 1 Vanderbilt at 6:30 p.m. at Hawkins Field on Tuesday.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell behind early and could never catch up as Jacksonville pounded out 16 hits in a 11-6 win to take the series against the Bisons. Catcher Chucky Vazquez recorded a double and drove in three runs in the loss.
Senior Jonathan Allison went 3-for-5 with four RBI, two runs scored and two stolen bases to help lead the Bisons to a 13-6 A-Sun win at Jacksonville on Friday night.
The road woes continued for the Lipscomb baseball team Thursday as it opened Atlantic Sun Conference play with a 10-0 loss to Jacksonville at Sessions Stadium. With the loss the Bisons fall to 2-6 on the road this season.
After getting off to the best start in school history, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to carry that success into the weekend when it visits Jacksonville for a three-game series to open Atlantic Sun Conference play on Thursday. Game one of the series is set for 5:30 p.m. CT Thursday.
Surrendering eight runs in the first two innings, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped a nonconference decision 17-2 to homestanding Belmont on Tuesday night at E.S. Rose Park. Josh Lee led Lipscomb at the plate going 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI.
After compiling four wins last week the Lipscomb baseball team will look to continue its winnings ways on Tuesday as the Bisons travel up the road to Belmont for the second edition of the Battle of the Boulevard. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m. at Rose Park.
After leading the Lipscomb baseball team to a 4-1 week, senior outfielder Jonathan Allison has been named an Atlantic Sun Conference Co-Player of the Week as announced by the league office on Monday.
Behind a strong outing from junior hurler Denton Norman, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Georgetown 4-1 to take Sunday’s rubber game against Georgetown at sunny Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team rallied from a two-run deficit to knock off Georgetown 8-3 Saturday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in nonconference action. Grant Massey finished the day 2-for-5 with a double, triple and three RBI.
Georgetown scored four times in the ninth inning to come from behind and down the Lipscomb baseball team 8-5 Friday night in the opening game of a three-game non-conference series at chilly Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
After picking up important wins over rivals Belmont and Middle Tennessee earlier in the week, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to keep its momentum going this weekend when Georgetown visits Music City for a three-game set at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Behind a dominating complete-game performance from freshman Brady Puckett, the Lipscomb baseball team downed home-standing Middle Tennessee 8-1 on Wednesday night at Reese Smith Jr. Field in Murfreesboro.
After surrendering a seven-run lead, the Lipscomb baseball team fought back to score the winning run in the ninth to take a 10-9 decision over Belmont Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field. Jonathan Allison finished the night 3-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored.
Fresh off a series win over Xavier, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to keep its winnings ways Tuesday when the Bisons host rival Belmont at 6 p.m. in the “Battle of the Boulevard” baseball style at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team ran into a buzz saw Sunday against Xavier and dropped the series finale 5-1 at Ken Dugan Field. XU's Trent Astle tossed a complete-game gem, striking out 10 batters. Grant Massey led the Bisons with three hits in the loss.
Propelled by a 5-run fifth inning, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Xavier 11-1 on Saturday afternoon to take the series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in nonconference action. Michael Gigliotti led the Bisons with a 2-for-5 day at the plate with a triple, a two-run homer and four RBI.
The Lipscomb baseball team downed Xavier 5-2 in the opener of a three-game series Friday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Senior shortstop Grant Massey finished the night with a team high three hits (3-for-4). He also had a RBI and a run scored.
The Lipscomb baseball team will look to defend its home turf this weekend when Xavier visits Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium for a three-game series. Friday’s first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m. CT. This is the first meeting between the two schools since 2005.
Looking to ride its weekend momentum into Tuesday, the Lipscomb baseball team quickly fell behind and never recovered in a 6-1 loss to homestanding Western Kentucky at Nick Denes Field. Lipscomb is now just 1-3 in midweek action this season.
Fresh off its sweep of Quinnipiac over the weekend, the Lipscomb baseball team will travel north Tuesday on I-65 to take on Western Kentucky in a 6 p.m. midweek non-conference tilt at Nick Denes Field.
Behind eight strong innings from junior hurler Denton Norman, the Lipscomb baseball team did some spring cleaning Sunday with a 3-1 victory to sweep Quinnipiac at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Norman allowed one run and struck out a season high seven batters.
The Lipscomb baseball team rallied from two early deficits on Saturday to down Quinnipiac 9-4 and take the series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in nonconference action. Senior second baseman Mike Korte blasted a solo home run in the third to jump-start the Bisons offense.
Behind a dominating pitching performance from senior Ian Martinez-McGraw, the Lipscomb baseball team downed Quinnipiac 5-0 Friday night at rainy Ken Dugan Field. The senior tossed eight scoreless innings and fanned a career-high seven batters.
Friday's first pitch between Lipscomb and Quinnipiac at Ken Dugan Field has been pushed to 5 p.m. due to rain.
Coming off of its longest road swing of the season the Lipscomb baseball team returns home to Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh stadium to host first-time foe Quinnipiac in a three-game series beginning on Friday. First pitch on Friday is set for 4 p.m.
Lipscomb carried a six-run lead into the fifth inning, but gave up 10 two-out runs over the next three innings to drop a 12-8 decision to Tennessee Tech in Cookeville on Wednesday. Senior Jonathan Allison hit a 2-run HR and tied his career high with four RBI in the loss.
Due to the heavy amounts of rain in the Cookeville area Tuesday’s baseball game between Lipscomb and Tennessee Tech has been rescheduled for Wednesday March 11 at 6 p.m.
Fresh off its road series with Alabama, the Lipscomb baseball team returns to action Tuesday at Tennessee Tech for a 3 p.m. tilt at Bush Stadium at Averitt Express Baseball Complex in Cookeville. The Bisons will run Jaesung Hwang back to the mound after earning earning a victory last week over Tech.
Lipscomb baseball hurler Nick Andros took home the Atlantic Sun Conference’s Pitcher of the Week honor after a dominating performance on the mound in Saturday’s 7-3 win over Alabama in Mobile.
Looking for its third series win of the season on Sunday, the Lipscomb baseball team was held in check dropping a 3-0 decision to Alabama at sunny Hank Aaron Stadium. Adam Lee had the lone extra-base hit with a double in the eighth.
The Lipscomb baseball team turned the pages to give Alabama a little dose of its own medicine Saturday night in Mobile. Trailing by two runs entering the sixth, the Bisons rallied with a seven-run frame to upend the Crimson Tide 7-3 and even the series in front of 2,270 fans at Hank Aaron Stadium.
Carrying a one-run lead into the seventh frame, the Diamond Bisons surrendered five runs to give Alabama a 5-1 win in the series opener Friday night in Mobile at "The Hank". Senior Ian Martinez-McGraw allowed just one hit and one earned run in six innings, but suffers his first loss of the season.
Lipscomb and Alabama meet on the diamond for the first time since 2008. The Tide leads the all-time series 2-0, but the Bisons are looking to make their mark on the Tide. The series was moved to "The Hank" with Friday and Saturday’s start time slated for 7:05 p.m., while Sunday’s first pitch will be at 2:05 p.m.
It has been almost two years since Jaesung Hwang recorded his last win on the mound, but his performance on Tuesday showed fans he has not lost his touch. The redshirt junior tied his career high with seven strikeouts to carry the Lipscomb baseball team in a 7-1 win over Tennessee Tech Tuesday.
Fresh off its second series sweep of the season, the Lipscomb baseball team returns to action Tuesday when Tennessee Tech visits Music City for a 4 p.m. tilt at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Timely hitting dominated the weekend as Lipscomb completed a three-game sweep of La Salle in college baseball action. The Bisons completed the perfect weekend with a 7-5 victory Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L Marsh Stadium.
An offensive explosion from the bats of the Lipscomb baseball team propelled the Bisons to a series-clinching 13-5 win over La Salle Saturday afternoon Dugan Field. Allan Hooker led the charge going 3-for-3 at the dish and 4-RBI. Hooker delivered a 3-run homer in the fifth and a RBI-double in the sixth.
Redshirt freshman Allan Hooker made the most of his first career start by slamming a home run and a double to help lift Lipscomb over LaSalle 8-2 Friday at Dugan Field. Hooker's home run in the fourth was his first career hit.
After dropping its last two games, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to get back on track this weekend when the La Salle Explorers makes the trek to Music City for a three-game series at Ken Dugan Field. Friday’s first pitch has been moved up a couple of hours to 2 p.m.
The Lipscomb baseball team gave up three runs in the final two innings to drop a 5-2 midweek tilt to in-state foe Austin Peay Wednesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Massey extended his team-best 14-game hitting streak and has now reached base in 20 straight games.
After canceling Tuesday’s game at Tennessee due to inclement weather, the Lipscomb baseball team has since scheduled a Wednesday afternoon tilt with in-state foe Austin Peay. First pitch at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium is set for 2 p.m.
Tuesday’s baseball game between Lipscomb and Tennessee, originally scheduled for 3 p.m. CT, has been canceled due to inclement weather in the area. At this time, no makeup date has been rescheduled.
After falling victim to Tennessee over the weekend, the Lipscomb baseball team will look to even the season series Tuesday when it travels to Knoxville to face the Volunteers in a 3 p.m. CT midweek tilt at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team entered the ninth inning tied with Tennessee, but costly mistakes vaulted the Volunteers to a 6-0 win Friday evening on a snow-covered Perfect Game South Field at the Lake Point Sporting Complex.
The Lipscomb Baseball team has announced the addition of a single game with Tennessee on Friday at 2 p.m. CT. The game will be played at the LakePoint Sporting Community in Emerson, Georgia, about an hour north of Atlanta on I-75
The Lipscomb baseball team has canceled its weekend action at Ken Dugan Field due to inclement weather conditions in the Nashville area. The games will not be made up. Also last week's postponement with Middle Tennessee will now be played on March 25th at 6 p.m. in Murfreesboro.
Ernie Smith (right), a former Lipscomb baseball player, is one of eight new members of the TSSAA Hall of Fame. He has been coaching at Lipscomb Academy for 38 years and has guided his baseball and girls basketball teams to eight combined state titles. He is pictured above with his son, Keith (left).
Lipscomb baseball’s first road tilt of the season, originally set for Tuesday, Feb. 17 against Middle Tennessee, has been postponed to a later date yet to be announced due to the wintry conditions across the middle Tennessee area.
Martinez-McGraw was nearly unhittable on Friday afternoon as he limited the Bulldogs to only two hits in six innings of work. He allowed just one unearned run and struck out two batters. This is the first career weekly honor for the senior.
The Lipscomb baseball team finished off a season-opening sweep over Butler Saturday after getting 9-8, 8-3 wins in a Valentine’s Day twinbill at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Lipscomb (3-0) pounded out 25 hits on Saturday and scored 17 runs.
A career-best four-hit day by Adam Lee led the way as the Lipscomb baseball team downed Butler 9-8 Saturday in Game 1 of a Valentine’s Day doubleheader at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Lipscomb pounded out 15 hits.
With weather forecast in the Nashville area calling for temperatures in the high 20s, Sunday's baseball game with Butler has been moved up to play a Valentine's Day doubleheader on Saturday beginning at noon with the second game starting approximately 30 minutes after the completion of Game 1.
Freshman Michael Gigliotti went 3-for-4 in his collegiate debut with two RBI's and a run scored to help lead the Bisons to a 9-3 win over Butler at Dugan Field Friday in the season opener.
Jeff Forehand begins his ninth season at the helm this weekend as Lipscomb baseball opens its 2015 campaign by hosting Butler of the Big East Conference in a three-game set beginning Friday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Jeff Guy is a Hall of Fame baseball player from Lipscomb University who has never strayed far from the game he loves. He was inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. He took some time to talk with LipscombSports.com in this week's edition of "Where are they now?"
The Lipscomb baseball team recently answered the call and ventured to the Dominican Republic on a mission trip with the intent to change lives through faith. This seven-minute video tells the story of how a 22-member mission team made a lifelong impact on the community of Ponton.
The Lipscomb baseball team picked up three individual accolades when the Atlantic Sun Conference released its annual Preseason All-Conference honors Wednesday. Grant Massey, Ian Martinez-McGraw and Jason Ziegler each earned a spot on the illustrious list after all three put up banner years in 2014.
With the 2015 baseball season just three short weeks away, Lipscomb kicked off spring practice with a couple of short intrasquad scrimmages on Saturday. The Bisons will open the season with a 3-game set against Butler on Feb. 13 at 4 p.m.
With the 2015 baseball season just around the corner, head coach Jeff Forehand is excited to announce Lipscomb baseball’s inaugural First Pitch Dinner set for February 7th with Major League Baseball stars Rex Brothers and Caleb Joseph as the guest speakers. Individual tickets are on sale now for $25.
Former Lipscomb baseball star Rex Brothers avoided arbitration with the Colorado Rockies Friday signing a 1-year deal worth a reported $1.4 million. The lefty is 15-11 with 20 saves and a 3.49 ERA in four years with the Rockies.
The baseball Bisons wrapped up the 2014 mission trip to Ponton, Dominican Republic by putting some finishing touches on the field and a surprise gift of equipment to help start a new youth league.
Day six was full of surprises for the Lipscomb Baseball Dominican Republic mission team as they held a dedication for the "Brooks Forehand Field", explored local wildlife and caught a little bit of a Dominican professional baseball league game.
Day five of the Lipscomb Baseball Dominican Republic mission trip was filled with more unforgettable moments. The weather was sunny and warm which left many of us feeling wilted by the afternoon.
Overcast skies and occasional drizzle made for great working conditions for the baseball team on day four of the mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
The baseball Bisons had a busy day on Sunday in the Dominican Republic with a worship service to kick off the day followed by some spirited softball games in the afternoon.
The baseball Bisons got underway on the renovation and construction of a local baseball field on day two of their mission in the Domincan Republic.
Lipscomb baseball left Nashville early Friday morning for a week-long mission trip in the Dominican Republic. The Bisons arrived late Friday in time for supper and a greeting with a "ginormous" spider.
On Tuesday Lipscomb head baseball coach Jeff Forehand announced the Bisons’ 2015 schedule, highlighted by four NCAA Tournament teams, two of which will travel to Music City. The 55-game slate features 32 homes games inside Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Joey Henson was a baseball standout for the Lipscomb Bisons, good enough to get drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals. Henson and his family were back on campus Thanksgiving week. While they were visiting Joey took some time to talk with LipscombSports.com.
The Lipscomb baseball team wrapped up its 2014 Omaha Challenge by naming Dalton Curtis (left) the top pitcher with 490 points, while Lee Solomon (right) and Jonathan Allison (not pictured) were crowned overall co-champions with 531 points each.
It all comes down to Thursday, the final day of competition, to see who gets crowned the 2014 Lipscomb Baseball Omaha Challenge champions. Lee Solomon and Dalton Curtis currently hold a slight lead in their respective groups, while it is Team Hoss holding steady for the team lead.
The Lipscomb baseball team started its annual Omaha Challenge challenge last week with the players competing against one another for the right to be crowned champion. The event consists of 20 individual events and eight team events. There will be two individual winners – one pitcher and one position player.
For the second consecutive season the Lipscomb baseball team is soaring to new heights with a back-to-back top-100 signing class as head coach Jeff Forehand has added 10 players to the 2016 roster in the early signing period. The class ranks 61st by PerfectGame.org.
The Lipscomb baseball team will venture on its first-ever mission trip December 12-19. The group will be traveling to the Dominican Republic where they will refurbish a sandlot baseball field while also spreading the word of God.
Blake Fonfara, a former Bison baseball player, graduated with a degree in accounting in 2013 and now works for KPMG in Indianapolis. He is pictured above with his future wife and Lipscomb graduate, Faith Fallin. Blake took some time with LipscombSports.com in this week's edition of Where are they now?
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to begin its annual Purple vs. Gold World Series Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field. The Bisons will play a best-of-three series with games two and three scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday.
The Lipscomb baseball team gave back to the Pujols Family Foundation this past Saturday by providing a day for kids with Down syndrome in the Nashville area to come out and enjoy some baseball.
Former Lipscomb baseball player Caleb Joseph was the only rookie selected to the Baltimore Orioles 25-man ALDS roster by skipper Buck Showalter Thursday. His spot marks the first time in school history a Bison has made a MLB postseason roster.
Not only does the Lipscomb baseball team return a wealth of experience to the bullpen in 2015, it also welcomes back plenty of talent on the offensive and defensive side as well. LipscombSports takes a look at some of those key contributors.
With Baseball opening fall practice last week LipscombSports.com takes an in-depth look at the 2015 pitching staff for the Bisons, including the returnees and the fresh new faces in the bullpen.
The annual Bison baseball "Alumni and Friends" golf tournament has been set for Oct. 3 at the Legends Golf Club in Franklin. Get your team together and register now for the event.
Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand and South Nashville All-Stars skipper Chris Mercado have a special relationship that goes back to the duos days when Mercado played for Forehand at Trevecca Nazarene.
A trio of elite training opportunities are on the books as the Lipscomb baseball coaching staff releases the dates for each camp throughout the month of September.
11 players from the 2014 baseball squad opted to continue playing this summer competing in wood bat leagues around the country.
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former baseball Bison Zak Messer. The Virginia native has landed back in Middle Tennessee working at Amazon.com in human resources.
The Bisons have signed Dyer County High School standout Tyler Brown to a National Letter of Intent for the 2015 season. Brown hit .489 as a senior leading the state of Tennessee in hits.
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former baseball player Richie Estep about his head coaching transition from Goodpasture to Columbia Academy