Highlighted by trips to take on Alabama, Navy, Purdue, Texas and Tennessee, the Bisons will face a challenging campaign in 2017-18.
The 2016-17 season for Lipscomb men's basketball was one for the record books as the squad claimed a number of new marks, especially on the offensive end of the floor.
George Brammeier, Cam Miller and Brett Wishon were honored by the NABC on Tuesday for their work in the classroom last season.
The Bisons picked up the NABC Team Academic Excellence Award for the second straight year for their work off the court.
Former Lipscomb men's basketball head coach Don Meyer will be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame in November.
With 82.27 percent of student-athletes claiming a 3.0 grade-point-average or higher, the Bisons have earned the ASUN Conference Academic Champions Trophy for the 4th-straight year.
Make your summer plans now to signup for the Lipscomb basketball summer camps for both boys and girls. The camps range from ages five all the way to rising seniors in high school.
The Bisons gathered in Allen Arena on Wednesday night to honor the best of the last year in Lipscomb Athletics.
After leading the Bisons in scoring and becoming the fastest player in the NCAA Division I era for Lipscomb to reach the 1,000-point mark, Garrison Mathews has been named to the NABC First-Team All-District 3.
Garrison Mathews scored 29 points en route to becoming the fastest player in the NCAA era at Lipscomb to reach the 1,000-point mark but it was not enough as the Bisons fell 91-85 to a hot shooting North Florida squad.