The Bisons look to build on the historic 2015-16 season that saw the squad advance to the NCAA postseason for the first time in school history.
Dawson Armstrong had a strong game on Thursday but it would not be enough to counter the blazing run from Jonah Texeria at the U.S. Amateur. Armstrong fell 4 and 3 to the USC Trojan.
It came down to the last two holes but Dawson Armstrong advanced to the round of 32 match play at the USGA U.S. Amateur on Wednesday at the Oakland Hills Country Club.
Using a second-round even par, Dawson Armstrong advanced to the 116th U.S. Amateur Championship match play that begins on Wednesday in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Rising junior Dawson Armstrong fired a career best 64 on Monday to take the lead after 18 holes at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Armstrong will battle 156 of the world's top amateur golfers at the Knollwood Club in Lake Forest, Illinois.
The Lipscomb golf programs along with softball squad have been honored by the NCAA with the organization's Public Recognition Award for finishing in the top-10 percent in the Academic Progress Rate in 2014-15.
Stoney Crouch fired a six under over 36 holes to lead the USGA U.S. Amateur Qualifier on Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio. Crouch will advance to the 116th U.S. Amateur Championship hosted August 15-21 in Bloomfied Hills, Michigan.
The Bisons have claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Presidents' Academic Trophy for the third straight year after having 278 student-athletes finish the academic year with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Following his outstanding performance on the course this year, Dawson Armstrong has been named to the NCAA Division I Ping Southeast All-Region team.