The Bisons add eighteen freshman men to the Cross Country and Track & Field teams from eleven different states for the 2011-12 school year. The class adds strength and depth to every event area for the men's team.
Eight Lipscomb University athletic teams received perfect NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores and twelve teams exceeded the national average for private schools in the latest report issued Tuesday by the NCAA.
Josh Jackson ran cross country and track for Lipscomb University, and is now a script supervisor for televised music events, and has had the opportunity to work with popular events such as the Grammys and the CMA Awards. He took a few minutes to talk with lipscombsports.com about his time at Lipscomb University.
The USTFCCCA has announced those men's teams who earned 2010 Division I All-Academic Cross Country status and the Lipscomb Bisons were included on that list. The Bisons posted a 3.37 grade point average.
Four Lipscomb student-athletes earned the President's Scholar Award and three were given the Commissioner's Scholar Award by the A-Sun.
Bob Williams has been busy since running cross-country during his time at Lipscomb. He works as a sales manager for Dixie Sales Company, and spends his free time keeping up with his wife, Wanda, and his three children and seven grandchildren.
Coach Bill Taylor has announced the Lipscomb men's and women's cross country team honors for the 2010 season. The team awards were voted on by the team members and coaches.
The Lipscomb track and cross country teams are reviving an old tradition with a 24-hour run to raise money for a mission trip to Belize in May 2011.
The Lipscomb women and men both had record setting days at the NCAA Division I South Region Championships in Hoover, Ala.
The Lipscomb Bisons finished in ninth place Saturday morning in the Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championships in Spartanburg, S.C. Jeff Musick was the top finisher for the Bisons at 13th with a time of 25:30.12.
The Lipscomb cross country teams are in Spartanburg, S.C., for the A-Sun Conference Championships. Both teams have high expectations.
The Lady Bisons are rated third and the Bisons are ranked fifth in the final Atlantic Sun Cross Country Coaches Poll.
Tim Muiller led the Lipscomb Bisons cross country team to a 36th place finish out of 50 teams at the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and 10th in Evansville.
The Lipscomb men's and women's cross country squads will split this weekend between the Chile Pepper Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark., and the Evansville Invite in Evansville, Ind.
Tim Muller (SO – Denver, Colo.) led the way again for the Lipscomb Bisons, finishing first for the team and 33rd overall at the Willamette Invitational in Salem, Ore. He covered the 8000m course in 24:51, the second best 8-K time in Lipscomb history.
The Lady Bisons appear in the South Regional rankings for the first time in Lipscomb history. The regional pollsters put them at ninth. The men re-appear in the rankings at 15th in the region.
The Lipscomb Bisons finished fifth out of thirteen teams in the Vanderbilt Commodore Classic Saturday morning at Percy Warner Park. The Bisons trailed three regionally-ranked teams in Tennessee, UT-Chattanooga and Belmont.
The Lipscomb men's and women's cross country will be in action Saturday at the Commodore Classic, hosted by Vanderbilt University at Vaughn's Gap in Percy Warner Park here in Nashville.he men will race an 8-K at 9 a.m. The women will race a 5-K at 10 a.m.
Lipscomb cross country coach Bill Taylor sent most of his top runners to Vermont to compete with the host team, Columbia University and St. Michael's College. The Lady Bisons finished second behind Columbia. The Bisons were third behind Columbia and Vermont.
Lipscomb cross country coach Bill Taylor sent a split squad to Chattanooga Friday night for the PowerAde Invitational hosted by the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. The Lady Bisons finished third. The Bisons were fifth.
The Lipscomb cross country teams are heading north and south this weekend for meets after starting strong at the Belmont Invitational.
Tim Muller set the pace for the Lipscomb Bisons as they finished third in the Belmont Invitate Friday at Percy Warner Park.
The cross country season started off on a high note for Lipscomb with the Bisons finishing third and the Lady Bisons finishing fourth in the Belmont Opener at Percy Warner Park.
Both the Bisons and Lady Bisons cross country teams have changed since last season, but coach Bill Taylor thinks they are changes for the better as they open the season Friday with the Belmont Opener.
Lipscomb's Bisons are picked sixth. Coach Bill Taylor thinks his team can finish higher, but he admits he cannot argue with the positioning.
Bill Taylor has announced the 2010 cross country schedule. Highlights include varsity meets in Vermont, Oregon and Arkansas, in addition to traditional meets on the Lipscomb home course at the Belmont and Vanderbilt Invitationals.
Bill Taylor, Lipscomb head cross country and track & field coach, announced the hiring of Luke Syverson as the new assistant coach for the programs.
Bill Taylor, Lipscomb Bisons' cross country and track & field coach, has announced the signing of three runners who will work with both teams and four runners for the track & field team for 2010-2011.