Head coach Charles Morrow and the Lipscomb men's soccer program are pleased to announce the addition of fifteen student-athletes for the fall 2012 campaign.
Three tournaments, including the annual Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational, are among the 18 games on the 2012 men's soccer schedule released Friday by head coach Charles Morrow.
When the US Men's National Team Under-23 squad came to Nashville, they held practices at Lipscomb's Soccer Complex. For Omar Djabi, Zander El-Hindi and Ethan Summers, the event meant even more.
The Saturday start times for Lipscomb men's soccer against Christian Brothers and Tusculum have been changed.
Lipscomb senior forward Garret Pettis has signed to play professional soccer for Harrisburg City of the USL. The program's all-time leading scorer will join the Islanders at semester's end after signing a contract with the club this week.
Four home dates are on the calendar for the Lipscomb Bison soccer teams spring schedule.
Former Bison Kevin Terry is following his father, Kevin Sr., on the soccer pitch, this time as a referee.
Lipscomb and men's soccer head coach Charles Morrow will host the 2012 College Soccer Prep Camp, January 14 and February 4. This one-day camp focuses athletes on going to goal, finishing and taking on opponents.
Two late Mercer goals downed the Bisons in a gut-wrenching 2-1 loss for Lipscomb in the 2011 A-Sun conference tournament. Garret Pettis scored his season's 10th goal in the losing effort.
The fourth-seeded Lipscomb men's soccer team will face No. 5 seed Mercer, Wednesday, in the opening match of the 2011 Atlantic Sun men's soccer tournament at 3 p.m. (CT)
Three Lipscomb men's soccer players were honored by the A-Sun when the conference announced its postseason awards, Monday. Senior Garret Pettis was named first-team All-Conference, while sophomore Kevin Barbar was named to the second team.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will make its fifth consecutive Atlantic Sun Tournament appearance Wednesday, Nov. 9, when the fifth-seeded Bisons face fourth-seeded Mercer in Johnson City, Tenn. at 3 p.m. CT.
On Senior Night, senior Garret Pettis became Lipscomb's all-time leading goal scorer, lifting the Bisons to a 1-1 tie with Mercer. The tie clinched a berth in the A-Sun Tournament for the Bisons.
Brent, Evan and Shea McGee have made soccer a family affair at Lipscomb. The brothers, who play their final home game together tonight, sat down with LipscombSports.com and reflected on soccer, music and being a family.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will end the 2011 regular season at home against Mercer, Thursday at 7 p.m. A win or tie on Senior Night will clinch the Bisons a berth in the A-Sun tournament.
Freshman Shea McGee scored his first goal as a Bison, and older brother Brent made six saves but it was not enough for the Bisons in a 3-1 loss to Stetson. Lipscomb now turns its attention to Thursday's regular season finale against Mercer.
Senior Drew Longinotti scored his season's first goal, but Florida Gulf Coast used a penalty kick and a strong offensive evening to down the Bisons, 2-1. The Eagles outshot Lipscomb, 17-5.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team wraps up its regular season road schedule this weekend with games at Florida Gulf Coast and Stetson. A-Sun Player of the Week Garret Pettis leads the Bisons into a pivotal portion of the 2011 schedule looking for points to solidify the purple-and-gold position in the standings.
The accolades continue for senior Garret Pettis. After scoring a school-record tying four goals in last Sunday's 5-0 victory against North Florida and being named A-Sun Player of the Week, Pettis has now been named to the Soccer America National Team of the Week.
After his record-tying four-goal performance in Lipscomb's 5-0 victory against North Florida, Sunday, Lipscomb senior forward Garret Pettis has been named the Atlantic Sun Offensive Player of the Week, the conference office announced Monday. The award is Pettis' first of 2011 and the third of his career.
Senior Garret Pettis netted a school-record tying four goals in Lipscomb's 5-0 win over visiting North Florida, Sunday. Keeper Brent McGee picked up the shutout, but Pettis' offensive theatrics stole the show at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb men's soccer tried valiantly to rally after falling behind, but couldn't complete the comeback against conference leader Jacksonville, falling 2-1 to the Dolphins. Sophomore Nick Bibb scored Lipscomb's lone goal.
Lipscomb's men's soccer team will host Jacksonville (Friday) and North Florida (Sunday) in two pivotal Atlantic Sun battles. The Bisons need to keep up their winning ways to get back to the A-Sun tournament.
At last weekend's Lipscomb men's soccer game against Belmont, the Bisons got a chance to raise money for cancer awareness, bringing in over $1,300.
Junior Deven Bahadoorsingh provided the game-winner and Lipscomb won it's third straight match against rival Belmont, 2-1, Sunday night.
After knocking off then 22nd-ranked ETSU last weekend, Lipcomb's men's soccer team returns home for a Sunday night match with neighboring Belmont.
Early goals from Nick Bibb and Garret Pettis put Lipscomb ahead, and a stingy Bisons defense shut down 22nd-ranked ETSU in the second half, Sunday for the Bisons first-ever victory over a ranked foe. The win avenges two losses to ETSU last season and is the Bisons first against the Bucs since 2008.
Despite outshooting USC Upstate 20-9, Lipscomb's men's soccer team fell to the Spartans 3-1 in the Atlantic Sun-opening match, Friday night.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will hit the road to begin its 2011 Atlantic Sun schedule this weekend at USC Upstate and ETSU.
Despite two goals from sophomore Nick Bibb, Lipscomb fell behind early and couldn't recover against SIU-Edwardsville, falling 3-2 to the Cougars.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team fell short, Thursday evening, at Eastern Illinois. The host Panthers knocked off the Bisons 2-1.
With the conference season approaching, Lipscomb will face two Illinois opponents this weekend, beginning Thursday evening in Charleston against Eastern Illinois.
Garret Pettis scored a 33rd-minute equalizer to earn Lipscomb a 1-1 tie against Bowling Green, Sunday.
Garret Pettis scored two first-half goals, but the second half turned into a defensive struggle and Lipscomb wound up tying IPFW, 2-2.
Lipscomb will host the fourth-annual Hyatt Place Brentwood Invitational, beginning Friday, at E.S. Rose Park. Bowling Green, IPFW and Belmont will also participate in the tournament.
Georgia Southern got on the board early and never let up, defeating Lipscomb 3-1 in the Bisons final game of the Mafiaoszo Belmont Tournament.
With renovation to the Lipscomb Soccer Complex continuing, the schedule and venue for next weekend's Hyatt Place Brentwood Invitational has been changed, Lipscomb Athletics announced Sunday.
Tyler Burkhardt's 37th-minute tally proved to be the difference in Lipscomb's 1-0 win against VMI for the Bisons first victory of 2011.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will take a short ride down Granny White Pike for this weekend's Belmont Maifaoszo Tournament, beginning Friday at 3:30 p.m. against VMI.
On a rainy Sunday afternoon Lipscomb fell to Xavier, 1-0, despite five saves from senior Brent McGee.
An offensive onslaught by High Point served to down Lipscomb, 3-1, in men's soccer action Thursday night in High Point, N.C.
Lipscomb's men's soccer team hits the road for a Thursday night tilt at High Point before returning home for a Sunday match-up against reigning Atlantic 10 champion Xavier.
Lipscomb dropped a season-opening road match at Memphis, 4-1, despite six saves from keeper Brent McGee.
A goal in the final minutes proved to be the downfall for Lipscomb on opening night, with the Bison falling to Georgia State, 1-0.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will start the 2011 campaign, Friday, by hosting Georgia State in a 3 p.m. match on the training field behind Cofers Chapel Church.
With the 2011 regular season beginning Friday, Lipscomb Sports will be previewing the season all week long. Today, we take a look at the Bison goalkeepers.
With the 2011 regular season opening Friday, Lipscomb Sports will be previewing the season all week long. We continue today with a look at the Bison defenders.
With the 2011 regular season opening Friday, Lipscomb Sports will be previewing the season all week long. We continue today with a look at the Bisons midfielders.
Due to the ongoing lighting upgrades at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex, Friday's doubleheader against Georgia State (Men) and Nicholls State (Women) has been relocated to the training facility behind Cofer's Chapel Church, beginning with the men's season-opener at 3 p.m.
With the 2011 regular season opening Friday, Lipscomb Sports will be previewing the season all week long. We begin today with a look at the Bisons forwards.
First half goals from Andrew Chamberlain and Garret Pettis put the Bisons up early at UAB, and Lipscomb held on for a 2-2 tie against the Blazers.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will open exhibition play in Birmingham, Ala., when they take on UAB, Saturday, at 7 p.m.
Former Lipscomb men's soccer player Ben Page is making a difference in Charlotte, N.C. as part of the Charlotte Eagles "Urban Eagles" Project.
Fall practice commenced for the Lipscomb men's soccer team, Wednesday. The Bisons are looking to improve on A-Sun Tournament semifinal appearances in three of the past four seasons.
The 2011 Atlantic Sun preseason poll and all-conference selections were released, Wednesday. Lipscomb's Garret Pettis earned a spot on the preseason All A-Sun squad, and the Bisons were picked to finish sixth by the coaches.
The soccer pitch became the proving grounds for the men's soccer teams of the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2010. After finishing as the 24th ranked conference in the previous season, the A-Sun tied for the best turnaround in the nation by jumping up to No. 16 in the final conference RPI rankings.