Lipscomb currently stands third in the race for the ASUN Conference Bill Bibb All-Sports Trophy with nine championships still to be decided.
The two-time defending ASUN Conference champion Lipscomb men’s soccer team and head coach Charles Morrow has announced a five-game 2019 spring schedule.
Lipscomb men's soccer head coach Charles Morrow has announced the dates of the 2018 Lipscomb University Summer College ID soccer camp. There will be two camps over the summer with one being June 9-12 and the other July 14-17.
In the first announced friendly of the spring, the Bisons and Nashville SC will meet on February 27 at 5 p.m.
The ASUN Conference recognized its 2018-19 Fall Winners for Life team on Monday. The team is comprised of one student-athlete from each of the nine institutions and honors those who display excellence on and off the playing surface.
Paynter led the Bisons this season with 10 goals and 23 points to earn the first College Soccer News All-American recognition in program history.
After a historic run to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team was voted into three year-end Top-25 polls for the first time in program history.
Lipscomb men's soccer head coach Charles Morrow announced Thursday the dates of the 2019 Lipscomb University Winter College ID soccer camp. The dates of the two-day camp are January 19-20.
Paynter becomes just the second Lipscomb player to ever earn three All-Region honors after bringing home a second team nod in 2016 and a first team bid last season.
No. 16 Lipscomb's magical run in the 2018 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament came to a close on Saturday night at the Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex in the Sweet 16 as No. 3 Kentucky took a 2-1 victory behind two goals in the final 15 minutes.
No. 16 Lipscomb men’s soccer makes its first-ever trip to the Sweet 16, facing No. 3 Kentucky in the third round of the NCAA Championship Saturday in Lexington, Kentucky at the Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex.
For the 6th-straight year, Lipscomb leads the ASUN Conference All-Sports standings in the race for the Bill Bibb Trophy after the conclusion of the conference fall seasons.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team’s historical streak of achievements continues as the Bisons are nationally-ranked by Top Drawer Soccer for the first time in program history.
Louis Robinson’s goal in the 97th minute kept the story book season going for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team as the Bisons defeated #9 UCF in overtime, 1-0, Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournamnet in Orlando, Florida.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team continues its storybook season on Sunday when the Bisons take on the 14th-seeded UCF Knights in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at 5 p.m. at the UCF Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb men’s soccer is headed to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after a brilliant night in net from keepers Chris Zappia and Luke Wilson helped the Bisons take down No. 25 Washington 5-4 in PKs on its home turf in Seattle.
The Bisons hopped on a plane and made the trek across country the Pacific Northwest where they await the University of Washington at Husky Soccer Stadium in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The match will be a 9 p.m. kickoff back home.
The Bisons will make the cross-country trek to Seattle to face the University of Washington Thursday at 9 p.m. CT in the first-round match at Husky Soccer Stadium. They enter the matchup with loads of confidence after having won six of their last seven matches.
The Bisons downed Stetson 2-0 to win their second-straight ASUN Tournament Title. Logan Paytner becomes the program's all-time leading scorer with a pair of tallies.
Lipscomb will be trying to repeat history Saturday as the top-seeded Bisons take on No. 6 Stetson in the ASUN Conference Championship Final at 7:05 p.m. at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The top-seeded Bisons advance to the ASUN Championship Final for the second year in a row after toppling No. 4 Jacksonville, 2-1, on a rainy Sunday afternoon at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Bisons quest for a championship begins Sunday at 2 p.m. when they take on the fourth-seeded Dolphins of Jacksonville in a semifinal bout at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The historical season continued Thursday evening at the ASUN awards banquet as the Bisons brought home a total of 17 postseason honors. Logan Paynter led the contingent earning Player of the Year and Scholar Athlete of the Year. Head man Charles Morrow was voted Coach of the Year.
Zappia collects his second-straight Defensive Player of the Week honor and third of the year after stopping three shots in Lipscomb's 2-1 victory against Stetson on Saturday.
For the first time since 2014 the Lipscomb men’s soccer team finished on top of the ASUN Conference standings with a share of the regular season championship, courtesy of a 2-1 victory over Stetson on senior night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Saturday.
After winning its last four league matches, the Bisons have positioned themselves to win the ASUN Conference regular-season championship when it hosts Stetson at 7 p.m. Saturday.
In its final nonconference game of the season, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 2-0 against Memphis at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex on Tuesday night.
Logan Paynter earned his fourth career ASUN weekly honor after a 6-point week with two goals and two assists while helping Lipscomb to road wins at No. 10 Louisville and NJIT.
Zappia garners his second weekly honor of the season after guiding Lipscomb to a 3-2 win over No. 10 Louisville on Tuesday and a 2-1 win over NJIT on Saturday.
With just two games remaining on the schedule, the Bisons will welcome Memphis at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex for the final nonconference match of the season.
Lipscomb continued its late-season success Saturday afternoon as the Bisons went on the road to Hillside, New Jersey and knocked off NJIT, 2-1, to earn three big points in ASUN Conference action at Kean Stadium.
Lipscomb travels to Hillside, New Jersey for its final road match of the regular season. The Bisons will take on NJIT in ASUN Conference action Saturday at 3 p.m. at Kean Stadium.
A full team effort lifted the Lipscomb men’s soccer team over No. 10 Louisville, 3-2, Tuesday night on the road at Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Bisons slated to open their final road swing of the season with a quick stop Tuesday in the Bluegrass State to play No. 11 Louisville at Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium at 6 p.m.
The Bisons scored a pair of second-half goals en route to a 3-1 victory over Liberty Saturday night in conference action, clinching their spot in next month's ASUN Championship.
The Bisons return home for the first time in two weeks when they host ASUN newcomer Liberty at 7 p.m. The outing will also represent the ninth annual Coaches vs. Cancer match for the Bisons.
A goal in the 64th minute proved the difference Tuesday between Lipscomb and Evansville as the home standing Purple Aces shutout the Bisons 1-0 under the lights at Arad McCutchan Stadium.
After earning their first win streak of the season, the Bisons look to make it three in a row Tuesday in a nonconference bout at Evansville. The Bisons and Aces kick off at 6 p.m.
The Bisons got their first road win of the season Saturday night at North Florida, 2-1. John Wynia and Zarek Jakubowski each netted the first goal of their careers.
Lipscomb will look to grab three points Saturday night when the Bisons travel to take on North Florida in ASUN Conference action at 6 p.m. inside Hodges Stadium
Locke's performance on Saturday was paramount to Lipscomb’s 3-2 victory against FGCU as he netted a goal in the opening minutes, while adding an assist on the game-winning score.
The 3-2 win was the first in over a month for the Purple and Gold, ending a seven-match losing streak. Ben Locke led the Bisons with three points on a goal and an assist.
The Bisons and Eagles will get together at 7 p.m. at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex in a rematch of last season's ASUN semifinal matchup.
Despite a last-minute goal from Logan Paynter, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell Tuesday night, as the UAB Blazers came to town took a 3-1 victory over.
Kickoff between the Bisons and Blazers is scheduled for 7 p.m.
After leading by two scores in the first half, Lipscomb surrendered three unanswered goals to drop a heartbreaking 3-2 decision to Jacksonville Saturday night at Southern Oak Stadium.
The Bisons and Dolphins are set to kick things off at 6 p.m. Saturday at Southern Oak Stadium in what will be a rematch of the ASUN Championship from 2017.
After a brilliant second half that saw the Bisons score twice to get to extra time, they were unable to stave off No. 7 Kentucky Tuesday night at home. The visiting Wildcats found a way to escape Music City with a 3-2 victory.
Lipscomb men’s soccer will be put to the test Tuesday against one of the best teams in the nation as No. 6 Kentucky visits campus for a 7 p.m. first touch.
The loss makes it four in a row for the Bisons (1-4) after opening the season with a shutout win over Belmont.
Kickoff between the Bisons (1-3) and Buccaneers is scheduled for 7 p.m. and it will be streamed on Facebook Live.
A goal in the 66th minute decided Thursday’s match between Lipscomb and San Diego as the visiting Toreros downed the Bisons 1-0 under the lights at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Kickoff between the Bisons and Toreros is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb was less than three minutes from victory, but a late goal by Georgia State sent the match to overtime where the Panthers struck the game-winner to send the Bisons back to Nashville with a 2-1 loss Saturday night in Atlanta.
The Bisons and Panthers are scheduled for a 6 p.m. (CT) kickoff at the GSU Soccer Complex.
The first United Soccer Coaches region polls were unveiled on Tuesday and the Lipcomb’s men’s soccer team was voted in at No. 8 in the Atlantic Region Poll.
In its first road match of the season Monday, Lipscomb was unable to hold off a South Carolina comeback as the homestanding Gamecocks scored a pair of unanswered goals to grab a 2-1 victory at Eugene E. Stone III Stadium in Columbia.
Lipscomb's Chris Zappia has been chosen as the first recipient of the 2018 ASUN Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week honor, as announced by the league offices on Monday.
The first road test of the season for the Bisons will be a challenging one as they travel for a date with the South Carolina Gamecocks. Kickoff at Eugene E. Stone III Stadium is slated for 6 p.m. CT.
Goals by Javier Lejia and Ryan Birchfield sealed the win for the Bisons in their season opener.
The Bisons will kick off their 2018 campaign at home Friday night against Belmont in the “Battle of the Boulevard” at 7 p.m.
After claiming its first-ever ASUN Conference Championship a season ago, Lipscomb is primed once again to open the 2018 season with lofty expectations. The Bisons were picked to finish first in the preseason coaches poll while Logan Paynter was voted the Player of the Year.
Ryan Birchfield found the back of the net on a penalty kick for Lipscomb late in the match, but it was not enough as Lindsey Wilson netted an equalizer less than a minute later to draw the Bisons 1-1.
Despite falling behind in the opening period, the Bisons were able to find the net in the 53rd minute to draw Mercer 1-1 at Bear Field Saturday.
The men's soccer team began practice Wednesday with a pair of training sessions in preparations of defending its ASUN Conference crown.
Thirty ASUN Conference student-athletes, administrators & league representatives attended the 2018 Summer Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Meetings from July 22-24 on the campus of Lipscomb University.
The Bisons and head coach Charles Morrow have announced the schedule for their 2018 campaign. The defending ASUN champions, coming off of their first NCAA Tournament appearance in program history, will face seven teams that finished the 2017 season in the RPI top-100
In this week's edition of Where Are They Now, LipscombSports.com sat down for a brief conversation with this early member of the Lipscomb men's soccer program, Jeffrey Maddux.