The Bisons have claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Presidents' Academic Trophy for the third straight year after having 278 student-athletes finish the academic year with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
With the 2016 baseball season completed, Lipscomb and head coach Jeff Forehand has announced that 12 returning players have been assigned to compete in summer ball across the country in eight different wooden bat leagues ranging from New England to Louisiana to Wisconsin.
Lipscomb third baseman Zeke Dodson is one of just 32 rookies around the country to be honored as a Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
Kurt Dugan says much of his coaching style with his high school baseball team is based on what he learned from his father, Ken, a legendary coach at Lipscomb.
Brady Puckett was named a Louisville Slugger Third Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball on Thursday. The sophomore compiled a 9-2 record with a 2.93 ERA where he struck out 101 batters in 15 starts.
The Lipscomb baseball team saw their season come to an end on Friday, falling to Florida Gulf Coast by a score of 8-6 in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament.
Lipscomb's Jeffrey Passantino delivered a gem Friday morning, but North Florida hit a walk-off triple in the 10th inning to knock off the Bisons 1-0. Passantino, 9.2 frames, finished one out away from equaling the ASUN Championship record for innings pitched.
Thursday's originally scheduled baseball game between No. 4 Lipscomb and No. 2 North Florida in the Atlantic Sun Championship has been moved to 9 a.m. Friday morning at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Tevin Symonette hit two of three Lipscomb home runs to power the Bisons past No. 3 Jacksonville, 10-8, in the opening round of the Atlantic Sun Conference at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium Wednesday night.
Bisons out to repeat as A-Sun Tournament Champion.
Sophomore Brady Puckett was unanimously named the 2016 Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Year by the league’s head coaches and represents one of nine Lipscomb baseball players to earn recognition for their play this season, the conference office announced Tuesday afternoon.
Lee Solomon and Adam Lee were honored Monday afternoon for their work on the diamond and in the classroom when the Atlantic Sun announced is 13-member Academic All-Conference team. Both players were among just four who were voted in unanimously.
Former Lipscomb standout pitcher Josh Smith was promoted by the Cincinnati Reds before Sunday’s finale against Seattle. Smith had spent all of 2016 with the Louisville Bats in Triple-A where he was 3-4 with a 3.86 ERA in eight starts.
Sophomore Lee Solomon has been named the Atlantic Sun Baseball Player of the Week in the final weekly honors of the year, as announced by conference officials on Sunday. He capped off an 8-for-20 week (.400) with 7 RBI, 3 runs and 3 extra-base hits.
The Lipscomb baseball team closed out its best weekend performance of the season Saturday with a 6-1 victory to complete the series sweep of the Stetson Hatters at Melching Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team got three hits and three RBI from senior first baseman Adam Lee to lead the Bisons in a 9-1 win over Stetson Friday night at Melching Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team withstood a 1 hour 13 minute rain delay and an eighth-inning rally to knock off the Stetson Hatters 4-3 in 10 innings of the opening game of an Atlantic Sun Conference series at Melching Field Thursday night.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to tangle with Stetson this weekend in a three-game set at Melching Field. Thursday’s first pitch is set for 5:30 p.m. It is the final games of the regular season for both teams. The Bisons are jockeying for a No. 4-6 seed in next week's championship.
Allan Hooker stepped in with two outs and delivered a walk-off RBI-single to cap a four-run ninth inning as the Lipscomb baseball team came from behind to knock off visiting Austin Peay 8-7 in the regular season home finale Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Wrapping up the 2016 home 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. The Bisons and Governors have already met once this season, with APSU winning 11-8 in Clarksville on April 19.
A rally in ninth came too little, too late for the Lipscomb baseball team and Florida Gulf Coast defeated the Bisons 7-4 to win the Atlantic Sun conference series. Lee Solomon led the way for the Bisons with a 3-for-5 day at the plate with a triple and three RBI.
Clear from the game's first batter that it was not meant to be Lipscomb's day, FGCU jumped out to a quick lead and never looked back as the Bisons dropped a disappointing 19-4 decision Saturday on Senior Day at Dugan Field.
Lipscomb senior first baseman Adam Lee was given the Ken Dugan Award during a pregame ceremony, then capped off the festivities with a walk-off home run to give Lipscomb a 5-4 victory over Florida Gulf Coast at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
On the final home weekend of the 2016 season for Lipscomb baseball, the Bisons will honor the winner of the annual Ken Dugan Award as well as the squad’s six graduating seniors while hosting Florida Gulf Coast in a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Led by Chucky Vazquez’s three doubles, the Lipscomb baseball team produced a 12-hit performance to soar past the visiting Golden Eagles of Tennessee Tech 12-8 on Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to the diamond Tuesday for a nonconference tilt with Tennessee Tech at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The first pitch will be thrown at 6 p.m.
After leading the Lipscomb baseball team to a 6-1 victory on the road at North Florida last Friday, Brady Puckett has been honored as the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week for the fourth time this season.
The Bisons took an early lead, but couldn't hold on as UNF scored six unanswered runs to take a a 6-5 victory in Sunday's rubber game. Zeke Dodson hit a double in the ninth to cap a 3-for-5 day, but the rally fell short as Lipscomb left runners on the corners in the final stanza.
North Florida used a four-run frame in the bottom of the seventh inning Saturday afternoon to erase a 6-5 deficit and defeat Lipscomb baseball 13-6 in the second game of the Atlantic Sun Conference series at Harmon Stadium.
Behind a three-run opening frame from the offense and a Brady Puckett complete game, the Lipscomb baseball team got a big Atlantic Sun Conference series-opening win, 6-1, against the home standing Ospreys of North Florida Friday night at Harmon Stadium.
After taking a week off from action to focus on its exams, the Lipscomb baseball team will return to the diamond this weekend for a key three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series with North Florida at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville. Friday’s opener is set for 5 p.m.
The Lipscomb baseball team escaped an early hole in a hurry, rounding the bases repeatedly in a 10-run sixth inning and scoring 14 unanswered runs as they celebrated a wild 22-12 victory over Atlantic Sun newcomer NJIT Saturday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Lee Solomon delivered a 2-RBI walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th Friday night to lead the Bisons in a doubleheader sweep of ASun Newcomer NJIT at Dugan Field. Lipscomb combined to score 23 runs on 38 hits in the two games.
With inclement weather approaching Nashville, baseball has changed its weekend slate. There will now be a doubleheader beginning at 3 p.m. Friday, with the second game immediately following. Saturday's first pitch has also been moved up to 3 p.m.
The Lipscomb baseball team welcomes Atlantic Sun Conference newcomer NJIT to the “Music City” this weekend for a three-game league series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Friday and Saturday's tilts are set for 6 p.m. and Sunday's finale will start at noon.
A last-minute decision to attend Lipscomb has paid dividends for Chris Parker.
Sophomore second baseman Lee Solomon blasted his third homer of the season, but the Bisons were unable to hold off Western Kentucky in a 4-3 loss at Dugan Field Tuesday night.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to the diamond Tuesday for a nonconference tilt with Western Kentucky at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The first pitch will be thrown at 6 p.m.
Zeke Dodson’s RBI-triple in the top of the 13th inning lifted the Lipscomb baseball team to an 11-9 in the final game of a three-game Atlantic Sun Conference series at Stillwell Stadium.
With just over a handful of runners reaching base on Saturday afternoon, the Lipscomb baseball team failed to push across a run in a 4-0 Atlantic Sun Conference loss to Kennesaw State at Stillwell Stadium.
After Friday night’s opener at Kennesaw State was suspended in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Bisons and Owls finished out the Atlantic Sun Conference contest Saturday afternoon with KSU downing Lipscomb 10-1 at Stillwell Stadium.
Lipscomb baseball’s series opener at Kennesaw State has been suspended due to rain. The Bisons and the Owls will resume play at 1 p.m. Saturday in the bottom of the eighth and the Owls leading 8-1. Game two will begin 30 minutes after the completion of game one.
Friday's series opener between the Lipscomb Bisons (19-18, 3-3 A-Sun) and Kennesaw State Owls (18-20, 8-1 A-Sun) has been pushed back until 6 p.m. due to rain in the Kennesaw area.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to take its first road trip of the Atlantic Sun Conference season this weekend to face Kennesaw State in a three-game set at Fred Stillwell Stadium that gets underway on Friday at 5 p.m.
Jim Pittman, far right, was the captain of the 1966 team which held a 50th reunion this past weekend at Lipscomb.
Lipscomb's pitching staff surrenders 10 runs over the first four innings, putting the Bisons in too big of a hole to climb out of, falling 11-8 at Austin Peay. Alex Dorso falls to 1-2 on the year after making his second career start on the hill.
The Lipscomb baseball team will hit the road for its first tilt of a four-game road swing when it faces Austin Peay in midweek action Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Raymond C. Hand Park.
Lipscomb sophomore Brady Puckett was named Atlantic Sun Conference Co-Pitcher of the week after tossing a complete-game win over Jacksonville in the series finale Sunday. He allowed just one unearned run, while scattering three hits and punching out three Dolphins.
Behind Brady Puckett’s fourth-career complete game and an offensive explosion at the plate, the Lipscomb baseball team salvaged its Atlantic Sun Conference series with a 9-1 win over the Jacksonville Dolphins Sunday at sun-soaked Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Lipscomb’s Jeffrey Passantino and Jacksonville’s Nathan Disch battled in a classic pitcher’s duel, but it was the Dolphins who emerged with a 2-0 win Saturday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Passantino allowed one earned run in 8.0 innings with six punch outs.
Despite a quality start from Cody Glenn and a two-run home run from Chucky Vazquez, the Lipscomb baseball team fell to Jacksonville 7-5 on Friday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in Atlantic Sun Conference play.
Wrapping up its longest homestand of the season, the Lipscomb baseball team steps back into Atlantic Sun Conference action this weekend to play host to the Jacksonville Dolphins in a three-game series that is set to get underway at 6 p.m. Friday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen Lee Marsh Stadium.
Eddins, a three-time NAIA All-American and former team captain, will be inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell behind rival Belmont early in Tuesday’s midweek tilt, ultimately resulting in a 5-3 loss to the Bruins at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
In the middle of a seven-game home stand the Lipscomb baseball team steps away from conference action to perhaps get some payback Tuesday when the Bisons host Belmont for a midweek tilt in Part II of baseball’s version of the “Battle of the Boulevard”. First pitch is set for 6 p.m.
Lipscomb freshman Zeke Dodson has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Player of the Week after lifting the Bisons to a series victory over USC Upstate with back-to-back walk-off hits over the weekend, announced by the league office Monday.
Freshman Zeke Dodson delivered his second walk off hit in as many days as the Bisons rallied for a 5-4, ninth-inning win on Sunday afternoon.
Freshman Zeke Dodson provided the heroics on Saturday afternoon with a 10th-inning single plating senior Adam Lee as the Bisons topped USC Upstate 7-6 in 10 innings at Dugan Field.
The Bisons mounted a late rally in the eighth but left runners on the corners in a 7-6 loss to USC Upstate to open league action on Friday night.
The Bisons return home this weekend hosting the Spartans for a three game set. All three contests will air on ESPN3.
Dickens, front row center, is one of five former baseball players to be inducted April 30 into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.
Hunter Hanks homered to spark a comeback for the Lipscomb baseball team after going down by four runs, but the rally fell short and the Bisons dropped a 4-3 decision to No. 2 Vanderbilt Tuesday night at Hawkins Field.
Tuesday the Bisons must make their way up the road to Hawkins Field where they will take on the No. 3 Vanderbilt Commodores in a 6:30 p.m. contest.
Lipscomb dropped its 10th straight road contest, falling 9-1 to Dallas Baptist in the series finale at Horner Ballpark.
With the Bisons leading by two runs in the eighth, Dallas Baptist fought to bring three runs home, sending home Lipscomb with a 6-5 loss Saturday at Horner Ballpark.
Michael Gigliotti finished the game 4-for-4, tying his career high in hits. He had two bunt singles, two doubles and two RBI, but it was not enough as Dallas Baptist took the series opener 10-3 Friday night at Horner Ballpark.
With Atlantic Sun Conference play just one week away, Lipscomb baseball hits the road this weekend for its first-ever trip to the Lone Star state to take on Dallas Baptist University in the final nonconference series of the season for the Bisons.
Hartman is one of five baseball players scheduled to be inducted April 30 into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.
Behind a career high four hits from sophomore second baseman Lee Solomon, the Lipscomb baseball team flew past the UT-Martin Skyhawks 12-4 Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium in nonconference action.
The Lipscomb baseball team will look to carry its momentum into the midweek contest with UT-Martin at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. First pitch for Tuesday’s tilt is set for 6 p.m.
Lipscomb's Cody Glenn was named Atlantic Sun Pitcher of the Week for his complete-game effort against Mississippi Valley State on Friday. The senior gave up one unearned run on four hits and struck out five.
The Lipscomb baseball team wrapped up Easter weekend with a full head of steam taking both ends of a twinbill 11-1 and 16-3 against Mississippi Valley State Saturday afternoon. The pair of nonconference wins finished off the three-game sweep of the Delta Devils at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Senior lefthander Cody Glenn went the distance for his best outing of the season Friday night against the Delta Devils. He surrendered just four hits and one unearned run while also striking out five batters and walking one.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to action this weekend for a three-game with Mississippi Valley State at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. With the weather forcing an altering in the weekend’s slate, the Bisons and Delta Devils will now open the set at 6 p.m. on Frida
Wayne Wright's is one of five new members of the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame scheduled to be inducted in April.
Lipscomb and Mississippi Valley State will no longer play on Thursday due to the expected heavy amounts of rain. Instead, the Bisons and Delta Devils have moved their Friday start time to 6 p.m. before playing a doubleheader on Saturday starting at noon.
Tevin Symonette blasted his team-leading fifth home run of the season, but Lipscomb's pitching staff has its worst outing of the season in a 23-6 loss at Belmont Tuesday night at E.S. Rose Park.
Lipscomb’s Adam Lee and Brady Puckett were named the Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association on Tuesday for their performances for March 14-20.
John Pryor and the Lipscomb baseball team returns to the diamond Tuesday when it makes the three-mile trek up Granny White Pike to take on Belmont in the first of two meetings this season. First pitch is set to be thrown at 5 p.m.
Sophomore righthander Brady Puckett was named Atlantic Sun Co-Pitcher of the Week after tossing his third career complete game in a series-clinching win over Eastern Michigan Sunday where he struck out five and allowed just one run.
Sophomore Brady Puckett was in cruise control Sunday, tossing his third career complete game in a 4-1 win over the Eagles to take the rubber game at Dugan Field.
Sophomore Jeffrey Passantino strikes out a career high 10 batters to help lead the Bisons to a 12-8 win over Eastern Michigan Saturday at Dugan Field. The rubber match is set for 1 p.m. Sunday.
Lipscomb baseball proved to be no match for hot-hitting Eastern Michigan in the opener of a three-game set Friday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium, dropping the nonconference tilt 17-4.
The Lipscomb baseball team will look to continue its weekend success at home when Eastern Michigan visits the Music City for a three-game series at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The series will get under way at 6 p.m. Friday.
Hackett's baseball career at Lipscomb prepared him to be in orthopedic medical device sales.
The new inductees will be honored during Baseball Alumni Weekend.
Lipscomb baseball used a hit parade to defeat the Eastern Illinois Panthers 16-9 in a midweek tilt Tuesday evening at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. First baseman Adam Lee tied his career high in hits after going 4-for-4.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns home to face Eastern Illinois in a midweek contest at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The first pitch will be thrown at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell behind early and that was all she wrote as the Georgia Bulldogs pounded their way to a series sweep with an 8-2 win Sunday afternoon at Foley Field. Lee Solomon provided the lone runs for the Bisons with a 2-run shot in the eighth inning.
A gem from Lipscomb hurler Jeffrey Passantino put the baseball team in position to take Saturday’s tilt from Georgia, but a walk-off single in the ninth inning gave the Bulldogs a 1-0 win at Foley Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team fell 9-8 in 11 innings after blowing a 2-run lead in the ninth. Senior Kyle Weller pitched 5.1 stifling innings, ringing up a career high 10 batters.
The Lipscomb baseball team travels to SEC country this weekend to take on the Bulldogs of Georgia in a three-game series at Foley Field. Friday’s tilt is set to get underway at 5:05 p.m.
As an architect Griffth designs a variety of healthcare facilities.
The Lipscomb baseball team dropped a wild 14-11 decision to Tennessee Tech Tuesday afternoon in nonconference action at Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express Baseball Complex.
The Lipscomb baseball team continues midweek action Tuesday when it makes the short trek to Cookeville to face the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles at Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express Baseball Complex. First pitch is slated for 3 p.m.
Home runs by Tevin Symonette and Michael Gigliotti coupled with a quality start from Brady Puckett highlighted Lipscomb’s 10-3 victory over Alabama A&M Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Tevin Symonette hit a grand slam as part of a six-run third inning to power the Lipscomb Bisons to a 14-5 victory over the Alabama A&M Bulldogs Saturday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. With the win, the Bisons clinched the series win.
A solid outing from Cody Glenn and three hits was all Lipscomb needed to defeat the Alabama A&M Bulldogs 5-4 Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to the diamond this weekend for a three-game series with Alabama A&M. Friday’s first pitch at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium is 4 p.m. Saturday’s game is slated for 2 p.m., while Sunday’s finale is at 1 p.m.
The Lipscomb baseball team traveled to Western Kentucky Wednesday afternoon and could not get anything going at the plate, dropping a 6-0 decision at Nick Denes Field.
Between timely hitting and a solid outing from freshman pitcher Adam Stewart, the Lipscomb baseball team picked up a 6-1 midweek win over Middle Tennessee Tuesday night at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Due to inclement weather in the Nashville area, tonight’s baseball game with Middle Tennessee has been pushed back to a 5 p.m. start time at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to action Tuesday when it plays host to Middle Tennessee at 4 p.m. on Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
The Murfreesboro native tossed seven shutout innings to improve to 2-0 with a 1-0 win against Western Michigan. Puckett tallied a career-high seven strikeouts in the outing while allowing just five hits and surrendering his first walk of the season.
Sophomore Brady Puckett tossed seven scoreless innings and the Bisons managed just enough offense to give Jeff Forehand his 250th win as Lipscomb baseball head coach in Sunday's 1-0 shutout victory of Western Michigan in the final game of the Mule Mix Classic at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Lipscomb continued its hot hitting on Saturday to defeat the Army West Point Black Knights 8-6 in the Mule Mix Classic at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The Bisons pounded out 15 hits and sophomore right hander Jeffrey Passantino picked up his second victory of the season.
Thanks to an impressive offensive showing, Lipscomb opened the Mule Mix Classic with an 13-6 victory over Miami (Ohio) Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field. Zeke Dodson and Chucky Vazquez each smashed home runs for the Bisons and Kyle Weller pitched two innings to get the win on the mound.
Off to a 2-2 start, the Lipscomb baseball team continues home action this weekend hosting the 2016 “Mule Mix Classic” as Miami (OH), Army West Point and Western Michigan come to the Music City.
Tuesday afternoon’s baseball contest between Lipscomb and Middle Tennessee was delayed by rain not once, but twice making for a nearly five-hour ball game. The Bisons (2-2) squandered a two-run lead in the sixth and ended up dropping a rain-soaked 9-6 decision to the Blue Raiders at Reece Smith Jr. Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set for a quick trip to Murfreesboro on Tuesday for a nonconference tilt against in-state foe Middle Tennessee at 3 p.m. at Reese Smith Jr. Field.
The Bisons got seven strong innings from starter Brady Puckett and a two-run shot from Tevin Symonette to take the rubber game of the series from Eastern Kentucky 3-2 on Sunday afternoon at Dugan Field.
Sophomore Jeffrey Passantino put together a dominant season debut to pitch the Lipscomb baseball team past Eastern Kentucky 4-2 Saturday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field.
Despite an impressive performance from sophomore second baseman Lee Solomon at the plate, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped its 2016 season opener to Eastern Kentucky 13-7 Friday night at Ken Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team begins its 10th season under the helm of head coach Jeff Forehand this weekend when the Bisons play host to Eastern Kentucky in a three-game set beginning with Friday’s first pitch at 4 p.m. inside Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
With the 2016 season still three days from the first pitch, the Lipscomb baseball program is already making national headlines. On Monday, D1Baseball.com released its Top 100 Freshman Prospects and the list ranked Lipscomb’s Von Watson at No. 86.
The Lipscomb baseball program will hold its 2nd Annual First Pitch Dinner Saturday, Feb. 13 on campus inside McQuiddy Gymnasium. The event, which will include a silent auction, is set to get underway at 6:30 p.m.
Lipscomb Baseball head coach Jeff Forehand is excited to announce that Saturday, February 13 will be the date for the 2nd Annual Lipscomb Baseball First Pitch Dinner sponsored by Smokies BBQ. The night’s festivities will feature a formal introduction of the players and staff.
Billy Griggs, center, in a light blue striped shirt, joined his teammates for a 50th reunion.
Lipscomb sophomores Michael Gigliotti and Jeffrey Passantino were both named to the Perfect Game Preseason All-Atlantic Sun baseball team Monday as part of the publication’s conference preview.
The Lipscomb baseball team began its preparations for the 2016 season Friday with the first official team practice of the spring. The Bisons enter their 10th year under the guidance of head coach Jeff Forehand. He has guided Lipscomb to a 245-276 record over the last nine seasons and led his team to a second Atlantic Sun Tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth last season.
Sophomores Brady Puckett and Michael Gigliotti were tabbed Preseason All-Conference Wednesday when the league office released its annual preseason honors and awards. The Bisons were picked by the league's head coaches to finish third after receiving 48 votes.
Kolin Holladay spent four years as a student coach for the Lipscomb Bisons baseball team and also served as a full-time assistant coach before going to business and law school.
Ice, snow and sleet have not slowed Chris Nunn in getting ready for spring training. Nunn is returning to Peoria, Arizona in late February for spring training with the San Diego Padres.
Bison fans will have a bigger reason to cheer when the 2016 baseball season rolls around as Lipscomb has partnered with Nevco to provide a brand-new, state-of-the-art scoreboard that will be unveiled for the Feb. 19 season opener at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
In the latest edition of “This is My Calling” former Lipscomb baseball player Dalton Keck shares his testimony about the struggles of adapting to life without baseball.
After a standout career on the baseball diamond at Lipscomb, former pitcher Ian Martinez-McGraw has decided to turn in his playing glove for a pair of coaching cleats. On Monday Martinez-McGraw was named the new head baseball coach at Central High School in his hometown of Pueblo, Colorado.
Former Lipscomb standout Rex Brothers was traded on Wednesday from the Colorado Rockies to the Chicago Cubs for prospect Wander Cabrera. Brothers posted a 16-11 record with a 3.42 ERA in five seasons with Colorado.
Mike Dugan always felt he was destined to be at Lipscomb. He fulfilled that feeling as a member of the baseball team, playing for his father. He talked with Lipscombsports.com about his college experiences.
Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand announced the addition of six players to the Bisons 2016 recruiting class who signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday. Forehand and his staff, who have signed 27 players in the last three years, bolstered their roster with the addition of two pitchers and four positional players.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Brady Puckett set the tone early as Purple dominated Black by a score of 10-0 in Game 2 of the Lipscomb Baseball World Series to win the annual fall classic. The six-inning exhibition took place Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Mother Nature finally cooperated with the Lipscomb baseball team on Thursday afternoon after three consecutive wet days in Nashville. Head Coach Jeff Forehand and his team were able to start their annual Purple and Gold World Series. The Purple squad came away with a 7-3 win.
A generous donation from longtime Lipscomb supporter, Lee Marsh, put in motion a major facility upgrade that will transform the 24-year-old Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium into a modern, fan-friendly venue that will be home to one of the top baseball facilities in the country
Mark Joseph was an outstanding infielder for the Bisons and his son, Caleb, was a star catcher at Lipscomb who just finished his second season with the Baltimore Orioles. Mark spent some time talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Baseball assistant coach Paul Phillips is leaving the Lipscomb program to take over the duties of hitting coach for the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins. Phillips played 15 years of professional ball before joining the Bisons staff in 2012.
The Lipscomb baseball team kicked off its first intrasquad scrimmage on Thursday with a little red, white and blue flavor. The Bisons were joined by Lt. Trey Robinson and Lt. Sean Bowser, U.S. Air Force flight commanders of the 237th Intelligence Squadron.
Lipscomb baseball’s head coach Jeff Forehand announced the Bisons’ 2016 schedule. The 56-game slate features 34 contests within the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Highlighting the challenging schedule will be road trips to Georgia, Dallas Baptist and Vanderbilt.
As the days of summer draw to a close and temperatures around Nashville begin to slide, the Lipscomb baseball team is just starting to heat up. The Bisons, fresh off a trip to the 2015 NCAA Postseason, opened fall practice Sunday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
At the close of Sunday's first fall practice, Bisons head coach Jeff Forehand was surprised by former players, family and friends as Trevecca Nazarene announced the former Trojan coach and player would be inducted into their athletics hall of fame.
Just a limited number of spots remain for the Lipscomb Baseball Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament set for Friday, Oct. 2 at the Legends Club in Franklin. Entry into the tournament is $200 for individuals and $750 for teams of four. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and a shotgun start will follow at 8 a.m.
If it hadn't been for baseball Arthur Gardner would not have gone to Lipscomb University. But the former shortstop, known across campus as "Tubby", came to Lipscomb and received a degree in business. He will be one of the attendees at a baseball reunion Thursday night on campus.
Hank Hillin (suspenders) is a retired agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and a former Davidson County Sheriff, but he keeps busy. Hillin is putting the finishing touches on his third book, an examination of the political history of Davidson County. He talked this week with Lipscombsports.com.
Sporting a 2-1 mark with a 4.07 ERA, former Lipscomb pitcher Hunter Brothers has been named a 2014 Pioneer League All-Star. The right-hander has made a team-high 15 appearances out of the bullpen.
Members of the Lipscomb baseball team have been staying busy this summer as 10 players have spent their time playing in summer collegiate wood bat leagues across the country, ranging from Washington, Pennsylvania to Leesburg, Florida to Chugiak, Alaska. Here is an update for July 23rd.
Three Lipscomb baseball players have been selected for the Sunbelt League All-Star Game, to be played Saturday, July 11 at 5 p.m. at Oglethorpe University. Pitcher Jamie Young and infielders Tyler Brown and Andrew Knell, all of the Brookhaven Bucks, were all selected to the Eastern Division All-Stars.
Former Lipscomb pitcher Nick Andros will head West to continue his baseball career. The southpaw from Tunnell Hill, Illinois signed a free agent contract with the Kansas City Royals and will begin his career in Rookie ball with the Arizona League Royals in Surprise, Arizona.
Jorge Gutierrez only played baseball for one year at Lipscomb, but what a year it was. With Gutierrez at shortstop the Bisons won the Atlantic Sun Tournament and then upset Georgia, the host school, in the first game of the NCAA Regional in Athens. He spent time talking with LipscombSports.com this week.
Larry Nesbitt was named the Tennessean All-Midstate Baseball Coach of the Year for directing Christ Presbyterian Academy to the Class AA state championship in the TSSAA. He talked with Lipscombsports.com about his honor as well as his time as a Bisons baseball player.
Former Lipscomb pitcher Josh Smith (’10) is scheduled to make his Major League Baseball debut on Tuesday. He joins the Cincinnati Reds and will get the start against the Pittsburgh Pirates. First pitch is set for 6:05 p.m. and the contest will air on Fox Sports Ohio (FSO), WLW 700 radio and MLB.TV.