Kim Puckett Scott played basketball for Lipscomb University from 1985-89. During her career Kim was named NAIA All-American as she led the Lady Bisons to 78 wins in four years. Kim averaged 17.3 points per game and 7.7 rebounds and shot an impressive 41% from the three point line. Kim still ranks as the 6th all-time scorer with 1,957 career points and 9th all-time rebounder with 774. During her career Kim was named All-Conference three different seasons and would twice be named All-District 24. In 1988, Kim was named NAIA Scholar-Athlete and in 1989 she received Lipscomb’s prestigious James R. Byers Award. In 1989, Kim was named the Most Valuable Player for the Lady Bison program. Since leaving Lipscomb Kim has been just as successful with her family and her occupation. Kim continues to practice medicine after graduating from Medical School in 1995. Kim Puckett, one of the all-time greats in Lady Bison basketball history.