The honors continue to roll in for former Lipscomb golfer Dawson Armstrong as he has been named a second team All-American by Golfweek. He is one of just three players from a non-BCS program to be named to one of the top three teams.
Former Lipscomb golfer Dawson Armstrong will compete in his first PGA Tour event this week at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis. He tees off in round one Thursday at 8:50 a.m.
Recruited to play golf, he came to Lipscomb in 2011 with an eye on business. He graduated in December 2014 with a wife, a degree in Theology & Ministry, and more than his share of valuable lessons. Taylor Combs sat down this week with LipscombSports.com to speak about what he learned in his time on campus.
Three Lipscomb athletics programs earned public recognition by the NCAA on Wednesday for their exemplary academic performance: men's and women's golf and women's basketball.
After four years of rewriting the record books and putting together the most decorated career in program history, Dawson Armstrong announced Sunday his decision to forgo the remainder of his senior season with the Bisons to start his professional career.
After meeting 18 times in 13 sports throughout the fall and spring seasons, Lipscomb Athletics has been crowned the inaugural winner of the Boulevard trophy over Belmont. The trophy was awarded to the Bisons after winning the all-sports race by a score of 11-7.
Lipscomb Athletics came together last Wednesday night in Allen Arena to celebrate the achievements over the past year with the 2018 Lippy Awards.
Finishing at -7 with a two-round total of 135 (69-66), Armstrong is the first golfer in league history to win back-to-back medalist since Jacksonville’s Duncan Stewart in 2005-06. The Bisons finished second in the team standings for a second consecutive season.
After play was postponed on Monday due to rain, officials have made the decision to play a final round of 18 holes on Tuesday for the ASUN Championship.