After looking like Lipscomb was going to survive and advance in the ASUN Conference Championship, No. 4 North Florida scored four times in the bottom of the eighth inning in front of its home crowd to take down the Bisons 7-6 at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
The league leaders in home runs got long balls from Cade Sorrells, Lee Solomon and Jeffrey Crisan to slug their way into Friday with a 10-5 victory over NJIT.
Despite erasing an early 3-run deficit, the Lipscomb baseball team was unable to hold off #2 Jacksonville in the opening game of the ASUN Championship as the Dolphins took a 9-6 victory at Harmon Stadium in sunny Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday afternoon.
Lee Solomon led the way with selections to the All-Academic and Second Team All-Conference teams, while Noah Thompson and Maddux Houghton each landed on the All-Freshman squad.
For the 5th-seeded Bisons, their postseason quest begins Wednesday at 2 p.m. CT when they battle No. 2 Jacksonville in the second game of the ASUN Championship at Harmon Stadium on the campus of North Florida.
Solomon collects his second career weekly honor after leading Lipscomb to an important series win over FGCU. He combined to go -for-11 with a pair of home runs, five RBI, six runs, two walks and a stolen base in three games against the Eagles.
After dropping game one on Saturday to leave their season hanging in the balance, the Bisons bounced back in a big way, downing FGCU 11-4 in game two to clinch the No. 5 seed in next week's ASUN Championship.
After a downpour and continued lightning in the area, Lipscomb and Florida Gulf Coast have postponed their Friday game and will instead play a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
The Lipscomb baseball team pounded out 12 hits en route to 14-2 victory over FGCU in a game that had critical postseason implications.
The Bisons are set to host their final regular season games this weekend when Florida Gulf Coast invades Music City for a three-game set at Ken Dugan Field. The series will help decide who gets in as the final two seeds of next week’s ASUN Championship, as Lipscomb and FGCU are both tied with NJIT in the standings.
North Florida used a two-out, two-run single in the seventh inning Sunday afternoon to catapult the Ospreys to a series-clinching 3-1 victory against the Lipscomb baseball team at Harmon Stadium on Mother's Day.
Lee Solomon continued his hot hitting Saturday as the senior belted two home runs to lead Lipscomb in a 6-5 win over North Florida in ASUN Conference play at Harmon Stadium.
After climbing itself out of an early hole, the Bisons could not find enough runs as North Florida took a 4-2 victory Friday night in a pivotal ASUN Conference matchup at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
With only one game separating Lipscomb and UNF in the ASUN standings, the Bisons visit Jacksonville, Florida this weekend for its final road games of the regular season. The three-game series is set to begin with a 5:05 p.m. first pitch Friday.
Lipscomb baseball suffered a 19-5 loss to Austin Peay Tuesday at Raymond Hand Park in the team’s final midweek contest of the season.
The Bisons open their last road swing of the season Tuesday when they visit Clarksville, Tennessee to take on Austin Peay. First pitch for the final midweek contest of the season is set for 6 p.m. at Raymond C. Hand Park.
The Lipscomb baseball team picked up an 8-7 victory over SEMO on Sunday at Ken Dugan Field, clinching the series and sending the seniors home happy on their day.
At this time with the amount of rain that has fallen on the field, the teams decided not to try and play today. Instead, they will play a single game at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
A ground ball off the bat of Cade Sorrells allowed Chandler Chambers to score the winning run in a 7-6 Lipscomb victory over SEMO on Friday night at Ken Dugan Field.
The Bisons will honor the winner of the annual Ken Dugan Award as well as 11 graduating members of the squad while hosting Southeastern Missouri in a three-game nononference series this weekend at Dugan Field. Friday's opener is set for 6 p.m.
After meeting 18 times in 13 sports throughout the fall and spring seasons, Lipscomb Athletics has been crowned the inaugural winner of the Boulevard trophy over Belmont. The trophy was awarded to the Bisons after winning the all-sports race by a score of 11-7.
Lipscomb Athletics came together last Wednesday night in Allen Arena to celebrate the achievements over the past year with the 2018 Lippy Awards.
After picking up victories in the first two games of the weekend series, the Lipscomb baseball team was unable to earn its first sweep of the season with a 2-0 loss to USC Upstate. Kyle Kemp tossed five shutout frames with a career high 7 Ks.
The Lipscomb baseball team won its first ASUN series in a month with a 7-4 victory over USC Upstate on Saturday evening at Ken Dugan Field.
Junior righthander Joshua Colon went the distance with 10 Ks in a 5-2 Lipscomb victory over USC Upstate Friday night at Ken Dugan Field in ASUN Conference action.
The ASUN Conference and ESPN announced 55 events to be streamed via the Worldwide Leader in Sports new platform, ESPN+. Six ASUN Championship will be showcased on ESPN+ including the entirety of the Softball and Baseball Championships.
Lipscomb baseball will wrap the month of April with a crucial ASUN Conference series against USC Upstate this weekend at Ken Dugan Field. The three-game set with the Spartans is scheduled to get under way with a 6 p.m. first pitch on Friday.
Jake Perry collected three hits and drove in a team-high three runs Tuesday night, but it wasn't enough as Lipscomb's late comeback falls short against Belmont, 8-6.
Lipscomb baseball returns home for the Battle of the Boulevard on Tuesday when rival Belmont visits Ken Dugan Field at 6 p.m. The game will be a part of “Lipscomb Athletics Community Appreciation Day” to show Lipscomb’s appreciation and love for our community.
After weather forced a change in schedule for the weekend, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped both games of a Saturday doubleheader to Kennesaw State at Sillwell Stadium in ASUN Conference action.
Senior Jeffrey Crisan led the Bisons past ASUN-leading Kennesaw State, 6-5, Friday night at Stillwell Stadium. The backstop went 2-for-4 with a career-high tying four RBI.
The Bisons are set to finish off their longest road trip of the season this weekend when Lipscomb takes on Kennesaw State in a three-game ASUN Conference set at Fred Stillwell Stadium. Friday’s opener gets under way at 5 p.m. Friday.
The Bisons dropped their fourth straight outing after a 12-6 loss to Middle Tennessee in midweek action Tuesday night at Reese Smith Jr. Field.
The Bisons will look to get back on track Tuesday with a midweek trip to Middle Tennessee. First pitch with the Blue Raiders at Reese Smith Jr. Field is set for 6 p.m.
Lipscomb’s offense was stymied for nine innings Sunday as the Stetson Hatters picked up a 5-0 victory and the series sweep at Melching Field in DeLand, Florida. The Bisons managed just five hits.
Lipscomb dropped a 5-1 decision, and the series, to the Stetson Hatters Saturday at Melching Field. The Bisons matched their season lows in runs and hits (3).
Lee Solomon had a monster night with three hits, a homer, a double, two runs and two stolen bases, but it wasn't enough as Stetson delivered a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th to win 3-2.
The Lipscomb baseball team is set to take its first road trip of the ASUN Conference season this weekend to face Stetson in a three-game set at Melching Field that gets under way Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Lipscomb used eight pitchers for a staff day in an 8-6, comeback victory over Austin Peay on Tuesday evening at Ken Dugan Field.
Senior Kyle Kemp will go to the mound for the Purple and Gold Tuesday when the Bisons host Austin Peay in a 6 p.m. contest at Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team dropped the series finale to the Jacksonville Dolphins by a score of 17-6 on Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team evened the series against Jacksonville with a 12-7 victory in frigid temperatures at Ken Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team struggled at the plate and its pitching staff issued nine walks in a 5-2 loss to Jacksonville on Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field.
Kicking off a four-game home stand, the Lipscomb baseball team steps back into ASUN Conference action this weekend to play host to the Jacksonville Dolphins in a three-game series that is set to get underway at Noon Friday at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Lipscomb's midweek baseball game, originally scheduled for Tuesday at UT Martin, has been postponed due to inclement weather.
The Bisons are set to get back on the diamond Tuesday for a midweek matchup with UT Martin. First pitch at Skyhawk Park is slated for 4 p.m.
Right-hander Chris Kachmar fired a complete-game shutout Saturday afternoon with three hits allowed and 10 Ks to lead the Lipscomb over NJIT, 7-0, in the rubber game of their ASUN Conference series at Dugan Field.
Down two in the eighth, designated hitter Chris Bashlor cranked a go-ahead 3-run bomb to left field, as the Bisons rallied to knock off the NJIT Highlanders, 10-6, on Friday evening at Ken Dugan Field.
Missed opportunities proved to be the difference Thursday night in the ASUN Conference opener for Lipscomb as the Bisons dropped a 4-3 decision in 11 innings to NJIT at Ken Dugan Field.
With the series falling on Easter weekend, the opener is scheduled to get under way at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Game two will be at 4 p.m. on Friday before a 11 a.m. first pitch for the Saturday finale.
The Lipscomb pitching staff allowed just one hit and the Bisons took down the No. 8 Commodores by a score of 5-1 at First Tennessee Park on Tuesday.
Lipscomb heads downtown to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at 6:30 p.m. inside First Tennessee Park, the home of the Nashville Sounds.
The Saturday snow fall at Alexander Field has led to the cancellation of the rubber game of Lipscomb's baseball series at Purdue that was originally scheduled for 12 p.m. on Sunday. The game will not be made up.
With the forecast calling for snow and rain on Saturday in West Lafayette, Indiana, Lipscomb baseball's series finale at Purdue has been pushed to Sunday at noon.
Lipscomb and Purdue split their baseball doubleheader Friday at Alexander Field. The Bisons came away with a 3-1 win in the series opener before the Boilermakers answered with a 6-2 win the nightcap of the twinbill.
Lipscomb travels to BIG TEN country this weekend for its first road trip of the season to take on the Boilermakers of Purdue in a three-game series at Alexander Field. A doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. Friday kicks off the series.
Despite holding a five-run lead early, the Bisons fell 8-7 in 10 innings to Middle Tennessee in midweek action at Ken Dugan Field on Wednesday. Cade Sorrells finished 3-for-6 with a RBI and a run scored.
The Bisons and Blue Raiders will meet on Ken Dugan Field at 4 p.m. Wednesday for the first of two midweek tilts this season. Lipscomb is coming off a 3-2 win over UNCG last Sunday.
Lipscomb baseball has pushed its midweek game against Middle Tennessee to Wednesday due to inclement weather in the area. The first pitch between the Bisons and Blue Raiders at Ken Dugan Field is set for 4 p.m.
Tevin Symonette’s solo home run in the seventh inning proved to be the difference on Sunday as the Bisons baseball team salvaged the weekend against UNCG with a 3-2 victory at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Trailing 7-2 in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Bisons strung together hits on five straight at-bats to score five runs and send the game into extras. UNCG, however, answered with six runs of their own in the 13th to down Lipscomb, 13-9.
The Bisons had a tough time getting to UNC Greensboro's pitching in Friday's opener, by only getting on base seven times. The Spartans downed Lipscomb 9-3 behind 13 strikeouts and only four hits allowed.
he Lipscomb baseball team will host UNC-Greensboro for a three-game series this weekend at Ken Dugan Field in Nashville.
The Lipscomb baseball team dropped the Battle of the Boulevard to Belmont in a walk-off, 8-7 loss at Rose Park on Tuesday.
The Lipscomb baseball team will be headed down the street for a matchup with Battle of the Boulevard rival Belmont on Tuesday. First pitch is set for 4 p.m. at E.S. Rose Park.
The Lipscomb baseball team downed Michigan by a score of 4-2 on Sunday, taking the series win over the Wolverines.
Lipscomb baseball's Sunday rubber match with Michigan has been moved up two hours to avoid potential storms moving into the area. The first pitch for the finale is now set for 11 a.m. at Ken Dugan Field.
A five-run fifth inning offensive explosion propelled the Lipscomb baseball team to a 7-4 win over Michigan on Saturday in game two of their weekend series at Ken Dugan Field. The win was the first-ever for the Bisons over the Wolverines.
Michigan put up a baker’s dozen in the first five innings, and held off a late Lipscomb rally to knock off the Bisons, 16-11 in nonconference action at Ken Dugan Field Friday night.
The Lipscomb baseball team will be hosting the Michigan Wolverines for a three-game series at Ken Dugan Field over the weekend.
The Lipscomb baseball team was no match for hot-hitting Tennessee Tech on Tuesday, as the Golden Eagles came to Ken Dugan Field and walked away with a 17-6 victory.
The Lipscomb baseball team ended their four-game series against Northern Kentucky with a win on Sunday afternoon as the Bisons dominated 12-4 at Dugan Field.
After winning the first two games in the series, the Lipscomb baseball team dropped Saturday’s contest against Northern Kentucky 2-1 at Ken Dugan Field.
The Lipscomb baseball team picked up its second straight win over Northern Kentucky on Friday.
The Lipscomb baseball team handed Northern Kentucky a 9-5 defeat on Thursday afternoon.
The Lipscomb baseball team returns to action this weekend hosting former ASUN member Northern Kentucky in a four-game series at Ken Dugan Field. The slate is set to begin at 2 p.m. Thursday.
The Lipscomb baseball team made its second road trip of the season Tuesday with a midweek meeting against Tennessee Tech. Behind four home runs, nine doubles and four walks, the Golden Eagles ran past the Bisons, 27-7, in Cookeville.
Lipscomb was able to salvage the weekend with a 3-1 victory over Fairleigh Dickinson in the SAF Dirt Classic Sunday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field.
Chris Kachmar got just about everything he wanted against Kent State in his second career start at Dugan Field. The only thing missing was the W. He tossed 6 scoreless innings with 5 Ks, as the Bisons lost 3-1 to Kent State on Saturday.
In the opening game of the SAF Dirt Classic, the Lipscomb baseball team fell behind early to Indiana State and never recovered as visiting Sycamores defeated the Bisons 17-3 Friday night at Ken Dugan Field.
Off to a 2-2 start, the Lipscomb baseball team returns home this weekend to host the Southern Athletic Field Dirt Classic, as Indian State, Kent State and Fairleigh Dickinson travel to the Music City.
The bullpen was strong once again for Lipscomb baseball, but an early six-run hole was too big to overcome for the Bisons as they dropped an 8-5 decision to the University of Tennessee on Tuesday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville.
Lipscomb baseball hits the road for the first time in 2018 on Tuesday with a 2:30 p.m. trip to Knoxville to take on the University of Tennessee at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The in-state battle is set to be streamed live on SEC Network +.
After pitching its way to victory in the first two games of the weekend against UNC Asheville, the Lipscomb baseball team was unable to overcome a four-run deficit Sunday afternoon as the visiting Bulldogs walked off the field with a 6-3 decision over the Bisons.
Dodson hit his first home run of the season and also added a double to give the Bisons enough offense to down the Bulldogs after another strong effort from the staff limited UNC Asheville's bats in a 4-2 win.
Lipscomb's baseball game on Saturday has been delayed due to heavy rain in the area. First pitch with UNC Asheville is now set for 4 p.m. at Ken Dugan Field.
Lipscomb baseball got a strong performance from its pitching staff as the Bisons won their anticipated season opener, 3-2, over UNC Asheville Friday evening at a rain-soaked Ken Dugan Field.
2018 Lipscomb baseball officially gets under way with a three-game series at Ken Dugan Field this weekend against UNC Asheville. The season opener is set for 4 p.m. Friday.
With opening day just around the corner, the Lipscomb baseball team began its preparations for the 2018 season last week with the first official team practice of the spring.
Senior DH Jake Perry and junior third baseman Zeke Dodson were voted to the Preseason All-ASUN team on Wednesday by the league's head coaches.
As the 2018 baseball season draws near, the Lipscomb Bisons are excited to announce the 4th Annual Lipscomb Baseball First Pitch Dinner, which will be held Saturday, January 27. Headlining the event as the featured speaker will be ESPN Senior Writer and baseball savant, Buster Olney.
Lipscomb second baseman Lee Solomon was named to Collegiate Baseball’s 2018 Preseason All-America third team, the newspaper announced Monday.
The Diamond Bisons and head coach Jeff Forehand announced Thursday the signing of eight student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2019 season. The class features players from seven different states and five right-handed pitchers.
Game 3 of the Purple and Gold World Series was dominated by Lipscomb’s pitching - until Chris Bashlor went deep in the sixth.
Former Lipscomb baseball standout Steve Liddle found himself back in Major League Baseball after a five-year hiatus when the Detroit Tigers announced their 2018 coaching staff on Wednesday.
For the second day in a row it was Von Watson who proved the hero for Black. The Potts Camp, Mississippi native delivered a 2-run home run in the fifth that proved to be the difference in Black's 3-2 victory.
Junior outfielder Von Watson picked up a couple of hits, including a 2-RBI double to lead Black in a 7-2 victory in Game One of Lipscomb's World Series.
The 55-game slate features 36 home contests at the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. The Bisons have games slated against Tennessee, Michigan, Purdue and Vanderbilt.
The Lipscomb baseball team opened fall camp last week at Ken Dugan Field as the Bisons gear up for a challenging 2018 season.
The Lipscomb Baseball program will host its 12th annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament on Friday, Oct. 20 at the Gaylord Springs Golf Links. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and will be followed by a shotgun start at 8.
A pair of former Bisons, Paul and Karli (Osborn) Piennette pair up for this week's edition of Where are they Now??
Gigliotti was named the Kansas City Royals rookie league Player of the Year after putting up impressive numbers in his first year as a professional.
After not having played affiliated baseball in more than two years, former Lipscomb left-hander Chris Nunn was signed by the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday and will be assigned immediately to their Double-A affiliate, the Tennessee Smokies.
The Lipscomb baseball team and head coach Jeff Forehand announced on Friday the signing of six additional athletes who will join the rest of their class on the diamond in February.