Paul Compton has been part of positive changes through his work as a teacher, coach and administrator at Brentwood Academy. We learned more about him this week in a brief conversation with LipscombSports.com.
Former University of Alabama in Huntsville head coach Lennie Acuff has been named the 19th head men’s basketball coach at Lipscomb University, Director of Athletics Philip Hutcheson announced on Tuesday. Acuff comes to town with more than 550 wins in his 29-year coaching career.
Former Bison Clay Tate has managed to translate lessons learned from basketball at Lipscomb into success in the financial services, construction, real estate and development industries to the point that he’s now a seasoned and top-producing multi-million dollar agent in Nashville.
Garrison Mathews will compete in as many as three games this week with his team – Portsmouth Partnership – set to take the court for the first time at 8 p.m. CT on Thursday.
Lipscomb currently stands third in the race for the ASUN Conference Bill Bibb All-Sports Trophy with nine championships still to be decided.
Casey Alexander resigned today to become the men's basketball head coach at Belmont University.
Mathews will get his first chance to showcase his ability in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) April 17-20 in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Rob Marberry has accepted an invitation to play in the Dos Equis 3X3 National Championship. The three-day event is staged (April 5-7) at The Mall of America in Minneapolis.
The Lipscomb men’s basketball team fell 81-66 to Texas in the NIT championship game on Thursday night in Madison Square Garden, ending a memorable tournament run and a historic season.
When the Lipscomb men’s basketball team visited Madison Square Garden during Garrison Mathews’ freshman year, he never gave a thought he might one day play there.