Mike Pepper took a winding path to find his career, but the seeds of his future were planted at Lipscomb.
The men’s cross country and track and field programs have announced the addition of five new Bisons through the 2016 signing class.
Commander Axel Spens, center, retired from the U.S. Navy after 22 years. In this photo he is being piped ashore as part of his retirement ceremony.
Lipscomb Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Bill Taylor and his staff have announced the addition of 13 athletes to the Bisons 2016 recruiting class.
The Lipscomb cross country squad ended another record-breaking campaign on Friday morning as its season came to an end at the NCAA Division I South Regionals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
After another historically successful Atlantic Sun campaign, the Lipscomb cross country team is once again heading to the NCAA Division I South Regionals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Wes Sherman ran cross country and track during the NAIA era. He planned a career in the sciences, but the art bug bit him hard and he has spent his career as a painter.
The Lipscomb cross country team had five student-athletes receive Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference honors, as announced by the league offices on Wednesday. Ball was named the A-Sun Women’s Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
For the third year in a row, the Lipscomb women’s and men’s teams swept the Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championships. The win was the fifth in a row for the women’s program, tying an A-Sun record, and the third consecutive for the men’s squad.
The Lipscomb cross country program heads into Friday’s Atlantic Sun Championship with two streaks on the line. The women’s team has won four consecutive titles, while the men have won back-to-back championships.