After another historic season for Lipscomb Track & Field, the team has chosen it’s award winners for 2014.
Three Lipscomb track and field athletes were named to the Capitol One Academic All-District First Team, announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America on Thursday.
Lipscomb University Director of Cross Country and Track & Field, Bill Taylor, has announced the addition of former Bison Benton Reed to his coaching staff.
The Lipscomb cross country teams have proved they are not only winning in races, but they are also winning in academics.
42 members of the Bison track and field/cross country teams are on a mission trip to Jamaica. Follow along with their journey as they get started.
Led by men's and women's cross country, Lipscomb Athletics is setting the pace in the A-Sun All-Sports race through the fall sports. The Bisons lead the field with 117 of a possible 147 total points.
Juan Gonzalez became the first Bison to earn cross country NCAA All-Region honors on Friday morning in the NCAA regional meet in Tuscaloosa, Ala. He helped lead the squad to a best-ever sixth-place finish while the Lady Bisons finished eighth.
A pair of Atlantic Sun Conference Championships served as a tasty postseason appetizer for the Lipscomb Lady Bisons and Bisons cross country teams. Friday morning they will participate in the NCAA South Region Championships
Having both garnered Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year honors, cross country newcomers Sally Larson and Juan Gonzalez have been a huge part of the teams' successes this fall.
Much like on the course, dominating the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Conference Team, the Lipscomb cross country squad also dominated the Academic All-Conference squad.
The Bisons dominated the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Cross Country championships on Saturday morning scoring 26 points en route to the first title in school history.
The Lipscomb men’s cross country team picked up the No. 1 ranking in the Atlantic Sun last week in the final coach’s poll of the year.
After sitting in second place for most of the season, the Lipscomb men’s cross country squad has been ranked first by the Atlantic Sun Conference Coaches in the latest poll released Thursday.
Senior Dani Walker led the Lipscomb women’s cross country team to a 23rd place finish against the top teams in the country Saturday at the Pre-Nationals meet in Terre Haute, Ind.
The Lipscomb men's and women's cross country squads travel to Terre Haute, Ind., for the Pre-Nationals Meet hosted by Indiana State. The course gives a preview of the NCAA National Championship course.
With the release of the Atlantic Sun Conference Coach’s Poll, the Lipscomb cross country squads saw little movement.
The Lipscomb men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the Notre Dame Invite in South Bend, Ind., Friday afternoon. The women finished in 11th place while the men had a disappointing 23rd place finish.
The Lipscomb men’s and women’s cross country squads return to action against some of the nation’s best teams Friday at the Notre Dame Invite in South Bend, Ind.
The Lipscomb women’s cross country squad moved up one spot, to fourth place, in the latest USTFCCCA South Region Coaches Poll. In the same poll, the Lipscomb men remained in sixth place.
The third coaches poll for the Atlantic Sun Conference cross country season saw the Lipscomb women’s squad remain in first place and the men’s squad hold second place.
For the third consecutive race, the Lipscomb men’s cross country squad found themselves at the top of the leaderboard. This time, it was at the Erik Andreson Invite in Spokane, Wash., Saturday.
For the first time this season, the Lipscomb cross country squads leave the friendly confines of Percy Warner Park. The Purple and Gold competes at the Eric Anderson Invite in Spokane, Wash. Saturday.
After a strong weekend of competition for the Lipscomb cross country teams, both men’s and women’s squads moved up in the South Region rankings as announced by the USTFCCA.
The Lipscomb men’s cross country team made a statement Saturday morning, winning the Vanderbilt Invite by 15 points at Percy Warner Park.
The Lipscomb cross country squads run at the Vanderbilt Invite Saturday. The men's race is at 9 a.m. and the women at 10 a.m. at Vaughn's Gap in Percy Warner Park.
In the first Atlantic Sun Cross Country Poll of the season, the Lipscomb women’s squad was a unanimous first place choice by the league’s coaches. The men’s team was voted second, just nine points out of first place.
The Lipscomb men's and women's cross country squads opened their 2013 season in victorious fashion, sweeping double-dual formatted races at Percy Warner Park Friday evening.
The 2013 Lipscomb cross country season has high expectations. In order to meet those expectations, the season needs to begin.
Four Lipscomb cross country runners and one former team member were baptized leading into the start of the season. Each student-athlete had a story for why they made their life-changing decisions. These are their stories.
Looking to compete for its first Atlantic Sun Championship, the Lipscomb men’s cross country team was predicted to finish second as announced by the league on Thursday.
The Lipscomb men’s cross country squad finished seventh at the Atlantic Sun Championships last season. Head coach Bill Taylor thinks that with the returning experience the Bisons are primed to compete for the top spot.
Headlined by three meets in Nashville and two new meets to help focus on at-large points, Bill Taylor, director of cross country and track and field, has announced the 2013 men’s and women’s cross country schedule.
Two sub-9 minute 3200m runners highlight the men’s 2013 cross country/distance recruiting class for Lipscomb. In total, nine class of 2013 men make up the best distance recruiting class in Lipscomb history.
Five members of the track and field teams are set to compete in this week's U.S. Junior Nationals. Events begin on Thursday night for the Bisons.