The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team saw its season end Saturday night as North Florida headed in the game-winner in the 109th minute of the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament semifinals at Hodges Stadium.
Postseason play begins for Lipscomb Men’s Soccer Saturday, as it will seek to earn its first trip to the Atlantic Sun Tournament championship match in school history when the third-seeded Bisons take on host and No. 2 seed, North Florida at 6 p.m. inside Hodges Stadium.
When the Atlantic Sun Conference announced the 2015 Men’s Soccer All-Conference team Wednesday, the Lipscomb Bisons were heavily recognized with six players earning postseason honors. Ivan Alvarado and Logan Paynter both earned first team honors to lead the postseason haul.
Lipscomb’s Matt Kerridge, Kevin McMahon and Daniel Vieira have been named to the 2015 Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer Academic All-Conference team after putting together successful seasons on the pitch and in the classroom. The three selections are more than any other league member.
Sophomore Ivan Alvarado scored a goal and picked up an assist in the Bisons 3-0 win over Stetson on Saturday to clinch the No. 3 seed in the A-Sun Championship. He was named the A-Sun Player of the Week for his efforts.
Lipscomb Men’s Soccer head coach Charles Morrow picked up his 100th career victory Saturday night when his Bisons knocked off Stetson, 3-0, in the regular season finale at the Athletic Training Center. The win clinches the No. 3 seed for the Bisons in next week’s Atlantic Sun Conference Championship.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team travels to Stetson Saturday for a 6:30 p.m. match and it will be looking for more than just a win. Seeding for the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament will be on the line.
The Lipscomb Men's Soccer team fell 3-1 to the San Diego Toreros Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex in a nonconference match that served as Senior Night for four Bisons. Kevin McMahon scored the lone Bison goal in what was the final home game of his career.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team enters senior night and the final home match of the 2015 season Saturday looking to fight two battles. While hosting San Diego at 7 p.m., the Bisons are also sponsoring the sixth annual Coaches vs. Cancer Match at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb (5-8-1) men’s soccer team overcame a second half deficit to win a high-scoring matchup with Evansville (2-11) 4-2. The Bisons, who were down 2-1 at halftime, came roaring back in the second half with three goals.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team returns to the pitch for a nonconference midweek tilt against Evansville Tuesday at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex at 7 p.m. With one more point, Lipscomb will clinch its ninth-consecutive Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament appearance, the longest in the league.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team went on the road Saturday night and dropped a 4-0 decision to No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast in Atlantic Sun Conference action on senior night at the FGCU Soccer Complex. All four goals came in the second half.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team gets back to Atlantic Sun Conference action Saturday with an important road contest at No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast. The tilt will get underway at the Soccer Complex at 6 p.m. The Bisons knocked off FGCU 2-1 last season in Nashville.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team went on the road and dropped a tough 1-0 decision Saturday night at Rudd Field to No. 13 Elon. The game-winner came off the foot of Elon midfielder James Brace in the 20th minute. The loss drops Lipscomb to 4-7-1 on the season while the Phoenix improves to 10-2.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team will face its second nationally-ranked opponent of the season this weekend when it travels to North Carolina to take on the No. 13 Elon Phoenix Saturday at Rudd Field in nonconference action. The match is set to begin at 6 p.m.
Junior forward Kevin McMahon scored twice before senior Matt Kerridge’s 25-yard strike finished off the entertaining come-from-behind effort for the Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team Tuesday night in a 3-2 win over the Jacksonville Dolphins in Atlantic Sun Conference play at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team will play its third Atlantic Sun Conference match in seven days on Tuesday when the Jacksonville Dolphins visit for a 7 p.m. game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb Men's Soccer team fell to North Florida 3-0 in its home opener Saturday night at the rain-soaked Lipscomb Soccer Complex. The Bisons fall to 3-6-1 overall and 1-1 in league play, while UNF moves to 5-5 overall and 1-0 in the A-Sun.
Lipscomb Men’s Soccer is set to host North Florida in its Atlantic Sun Conference home opener Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex at 7:30 p.m. The Bisons will looks to carry their momentum from the 3-0 win over Upstate on Wednesday.
Facing USC Upstate on the road to open conference play, the Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team got its scoring output from three different Bisons to cruise to a 3-0 victory Wednesday night. Logan Paynter scored his team-leading fourth goal in the win.
Lipscomb Men’s Soccer opens Atlantic Sun Conference play on Wednesday night when it takes on USC Upstate in Spartanburg, South Carolina at 6 p.m. The Bisons will have a stiff test as Upstate possesses the nation's leading scorer, Gordon Wild (12) and the third best offense.
Lipscomb Men’s Soccer dropped a 1-0 result against Mercer Saturday night at Bear Field. Despite facing 14 shots and 12 corner kicks, the Bisons’ defense hung tough for the majority of the match, but a Bears goal with 12 minutes remaining proved to be the difference.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team will return to the pitch at 6 p.m. on Saturday to take on a familiar foe in Mercer at Bear Field in nonconference action. Lipscomb (2-4-1) will look to carry some momentum from its 1-0 win over IUPUI in the Lipscomb Invitational last weekend.
For the second consecutive season the Lipscomb men's soccer team was recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for its success in the classroom during the 2014-15 academic year. The Bisons boasted a cumulative team GPA of 3.06 to receive the honor.
For the second time in three weeks Lipscomb’s Micah Bledsoe was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday. He helped Lipscomb to a 1-0-1 mark after collecting seven saves and his first shutout of the season.
Matt Kerridge’s penalty kick in the 84th minute earned the Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team a 1-0 hard-fought victory over IUPUI in the finale of the 8th Annual Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational Sunday afternoon at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
In a double-overtime thriller the Lipscomb men’s soccer team surrendered two leads in 2-2 draw with Georgia Southern Friday night in the 8th Annual Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Logan Paynter scored in each half for his first career multi-goal game.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team returns to action this weekend when it hosts the 8th Annual Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Lipscomb will face off with Georgia Southern at 7 p.m. on Friday before playing IUPUI at 2:30 on Sunday.
Alex Herbst scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the 108th minute of action as Appalachian State defeated the Lipscomb men’s soccer team in double overtime Sunday afternoon in the Belmont Invitational at E.S. Rose Park.
After trailing by three goals in the second half the Lipscomb men’s soccer team fought its way back, but eventually fell 3-2 to Campbell at E.S. Rose Park Friday night in the Belmont Invitational. Redshirt freshman Logan Paynter scored his first career goal in the defeat.
Due to the heavy amounts of rain in the Nashville area, Friday's originally scheduled 3:30 p.m. match with Campbell in the Blemont Invitational has been moved back and will now kick off at 6 at E.S. Rose Park.
After a week long layoff the Lipscomb men’s soccer team is ready to get back to action this weekend with a pair of matches in the Belmont Invitational at E.S. Rose Park. The Bisons are scheduled to square off with Campbell at 3:30 p.m. on Friday before taking on Appalachian State at 12:05 on Sunday.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team is ranked No. 10 in the second National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Southeast Regional Poll released on Tuesday. The Bisons are one of four A-Sun teams to be ranked.
The accolades continue for Lipscomb’s Micah Bledsoe, as the junior goalkeeper was named the Atlantic Sun’s Defensive Player of the Week after collecting seven saves in the 2-1 upset of No. 10 Xavier. It is his first career weekly honor.
Lipscomb junior goalkeeper Micah Bledsoe is reaping the rewards of his performance in the Bisons’ 2-1 win over No. 10 Xavier last Thursday, earning National Team of the Week recognition from College Soccer News. He is one of just 11 players selected.
The Bisons got first-half goals from junior Daniel Vieira and sophomore Ivan Alvarado while using a pesky defense to upset No. 10 Xavier Thursday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. It marks the first-ever win over a top-10 program in school history.
Still searching for its first win, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will face its stiffest test of the season on Thursday when the No. 10-ranked Xavier Musketeers visit the Lipscomb Soccer Complex for a 7 p.m. tilt.
Entering halftime with a lead, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team surrendered three second-half goals to drop a 3-1 decision in its home opener to Eastern Illinois Sunday night in Nashville. Sophomore Ivan Alvarado scored in the 22nd minute for his first goal of the year.
The Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team fell behind early in the season opener at Belmont and played to a 2-0 defeat Friday night at Rose Park.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team is set to open its 2015 season on Friday, Aug. 28 when it visits arch-rival Belmont at Rose Park. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The Bisons will then turnaround and host Eastern Illinois at 6 p.m. Sunday in the home opener.
Sophomore Ivan Alvarado got a goal in the 34th minute to put Lipscomb on top but the Bisons surrendered a second-half goal to the Tigers on the way to a 1-1 draw. Lipscomb begins regular season play Friday Aug. 28 at Belmont.
The Bisons wrapped up the second leg of a three-game preseason slate Wednesday night in Lexington. Kentucky scored a goal in the fifth minute and rode the momentum to a 4-0 victory.
When former Lipscomb soccer player Ethan Summers tells you he is working 100 hours a week he is not exaggerating. In fact, he might be underestimating his time on the job. This week his company, Oil and Lumber, had its official opening. He managed to find some time to talk with Lipscombsports.com.
Coming off a season that saw the Lipscomb men’s soccer team claim its first Atlantic Sun Conference regular season championship, the Bisons were picked to finish third in the 2015 preseason poll, while senior Matt Kerridge and sophomore Ivan Alvarado earned spots on the All-Conference team
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team gave a strong effort on the road Saturday night against No. 18 Louisville, but a first-half goal from the Cardinals proved to be the difference in a 1-0 loss in exhibition play at Lynn Stadium.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team took to the pitch on Wednesday for the first practice of fall camp. The squad got the day started with a fitness test early in the morning before holding the first of two training sessions immediately afterwards.
After an unprecedented academic and athletic career at Martin Methodist, former standout goalie Stephen Lunney has been named to a graduate assistant position with the Lipscomb men's soccer program. In addition to Lunney’s everyday duties, he will also serve as the Bisons goalkeeper coach.
Coming off its best season in program history, the Lipscomb soccer team has continued the momentum by head coach Charles Morrow announcing the signing of nine newcomers for the Bisons’ 2015 recruiting class.
Clint Dempsey and the United States Men's Soccer National Team visited campus this week, using the Lipscomb Soccer Complex for its training sessions in preparation for Friday's friendly with Guatemala at Nissan Stadium. Kick off for the match is set for 5:30 p.m.
Lipscomb men's soccer head coach Charles Morrow announced on Tuesday the hiring of Peter Lowry as assistant coach for the Bisons. Lowry comes to Lipscomb after serving as an integral part of the staff at Saint Mary’s College where he helped lead the Gaels to a 19-14-6 record during his two-year tenure.
Head Coach Charles Morrow announced on Monday the 2015 schedule for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team. The challenging 16-game slate features three matchups with 2014 NCAA Tournament teams, two midseason tournaments and first-ever meetings with IUPUI and San Diego.
Michael Voss has his mind in basketball as he prepares to take over as the head boy’s basketball coach at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro. Voss worked as a student assistant basketball coach and also played soccer at Lipscomb. He spent some time this week talking with LipscombSports.com.
Lipscomb university men's soccer coach Charles Morrow has announced a five-game spring schedule, highlighted by two home matches and the hosting of its annual Lipscomb Spring College Soccer Showcase.
Following stellar careers at Lipscomb, former men’s soccer stars Luke Gearin and Omar Djabi inched a step closer to their ultimate dream Wednesday when both players saw their names revealed on the draft-eligible list for the 2015 Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft set for Jan. 15 in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team continues to raise the bar and set the new standard for the program after having two players earn individual awards from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) on Wednesday.
Propelled by four Atlantic Sun Conference championships and one runner-up finish, the Lipscomb athletic program sits atop all three standings for the league's three coveted trophies.
Lipscomb men's soccer head coach Charles Morrow has announced the dates of the 2015 Lipscomb University Winter College ID soccer camp. The dates of the two-day camp are Jan. 10-11. Cost for the camp is $200 and the space is limited, so hurry to sign-up and reserve your spot.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team has seen recent success on the field, racking up numerous individual and team awards, but now that success seems to be spilling over into the classroom with a NSCAA Team Academic Award for having a 3.16 team GPA for 2013-14.
The Bisons' season ended Friday night with a 3-0 loss to UNF in the A-Sun semifinals at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb is set to battle North Florida at 7 p.m. Friday night in the semifinals of the A-Sun Championship. The Bisons knocked off UNF 1-0 in Jacksonville back in October.
Luke Gearin and Ivan Alvarado highlight a special day for the Lipscomb men's soccer program. Gearin was named Defensive Player of the Year while Alvarado was selected as Freshman of the Year. The Bisons had five players in all pick up postseason honors.
The Bisons remain No. 5 in the latest NSCAA Southeast Poll released on Tuesday. Lipscomb will enter the A-Sun Tournament with the highest rated RPI in the state of Tennessee at 91.
Lipscomb’s Robbie Johnson and Anthony Cedano have been named to the 2014 Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer Academic All-Conference team after having a successful season in the classroom as well as on the pitch.
For the second time in as many weeks, Lipscomb freshman Ivan Alvarado was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s Soccer Player of the Week, announced by the league office on Sunday. He scored a goal and tallied an assist in the 2-0 win over JU on Saturday.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team claimed its first-ever Atlantic Sun Conference regular season championship Saturday night with a 2-0 decision over Jacksonville in the season finale. Freshman Ivan Alvarado scored a goal and assisted on another.
After winning its last four matches the Lipscomb soccer team has positioned itself to win the Atlantic Sun Conference Saturday at 6 p.m. CT in the regular season finale at Jacksonville. All the Bisons have to do is win.
After picking up a win over FGCU on Saturday Lipscomb moved up in the NSCAA/Continental Tire Southeast Poll to No. 5. The Bisons return to the pitch Saturday for the regular season finale at Jacksonville at 6 p.m.
Ivan Alvarado has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week for his efforts over the weekend for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team, as announced by the league on Monday. The freshman tallied the game-winner over FGCU on Saturday.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team kept its Atlantic Sun Championship hopes alive on senior night with a thrilling 2-1 win over Florida Gulf Coast on a cold Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Senior Robbie Johnson connected on his first career goal in the first half.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will honor the 2014 seniors in the Coaches vs. Cancer match Saturday at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex when Florida Gulf Coast invades Nashville. The Bisons need a win to keep their A-Sun Championship hopes alive.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team picked up its third straight win Saturday night in a 3-1 decision over Longwood at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Freshman Jonathan Ramirez scored his second goal of the year in the win.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team looks to continue its two-game winning-streak when Longwood visits the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Saturday night at 6 p.m. in a nonconference matchup.
Matt Kerridge strikes twice to lead the Lipscomb men’s soccer team past upset-minded Central Arkansas Tuesday night at Bill Stephens Soccer Complex in nonconference action. He hit the game-winner four minutes into overtime.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team steps out of conference play Tuesday to wrap up a two-game road swing at Central Arkansas. The match is set for a 5 p.m. start time at Bill Stephens Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb freshman Nate Davis picked up his first collegiate weekly award Monday when the league office announced the goalie was named Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week.
In a defensive battle in the Sunshine state, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team got a much needed three points in a 1-0 win over North Florida Saturday night at Hodges Stadium.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team will look to get back on track Saturday night when the Bisons square off with North Florida in Atlantic Sun Conference action at 6 p.m. CT at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville.
Lipscomb got a late goal from Luke Gearin but it was not enough to keep pace with Stetson on a rainy Saturday night in Nashville as the Hatters defeated the Bisons 3-1. Lipscomb falls to 7-3-1 overall and 1-1-1 in league play.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team is set to host Stetson in an Atlantic Sun Conference match Saturday night at 7 p.m. at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. The Bisons picked up win over the Hatters last season but trail the all-time series 2-7-2.
Lipscomb and Northern Kentucky combined for 35 shots and 15 corner kicks but neither team could find a score in a 0-0 draw in two overtimes Saturday night in Highland Heights.
The Bisons enter Saturday's contest 7-2 overall and 1-0 in the A-Sun after defeated USC Upstate 2-1 Wednesday night in Music City. Lipscomb and Northern Kentucky are tied 1-1 in the series history.
The Bisons find two second-half scores to topple USC Upstate 2-1 Wednesday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Luke Gearin and Matt Kerridge each scored to give Lipscomb its first win in a A-Sun opener since 2006.
After starting the season 6-2 the Lipscomb men’s soccer team must now turn its attention to Atlantic Sun Conference play. The Bisons will take the pitch 7 p.m. Wednesday night against USC Upstate for their conference opener at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex
Former Lipscomb men’s soccer player Garret Pettis represented his alma mater on national stage over the weekend when his current team, the Harrisburg City Islanders, played in the United Soccer League Pro Championship Saturday night in Sacramento, California in front of a sold out crowd at Boney Field.
Luke Gearin scored Lipscomb's lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Georgia State Friday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team turns its attention this week to Georgia State. On Friday the Panthers make the trek to Music City for a 7 p.m. matchup at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. GSU leads the all-time series 7-0.
For just the second time in its seven years of existence the Lipscomb men’s soccer team was crowned champions of the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational on Sunday after picking up wins over Houston Baptist and Memphis.
Junior midfielder Josue Chavez earned his first-ever A-Sun Player of the Week award after helping guide Lipscomb to wins over Houston Baptist and Memphis over the weekend. Chavez scored twice and also had an assist.
Junior midfielder Josue Chavez scored twice to help Lipscomb come-from-behind and take down Memphis 4-3 to win the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invite Friday night.
Freshman Ivan Alvarado scored his first career goal for Lipscomb, but not before recording two assists in the first half in Lipscomb's 4-1 win over HBU in the opening game of the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational.
It isn't a question of what Matt Shanklin does, but more a matter of how does he do it all? He works in a law firm where he works in preparing information for real estate closings.
Lipscomb men’s soccer begins its home slate this week, hosting the 7th Annual Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational. Lipscomb will welcome Memphis (C-USA), Belmont (Horizon) and Houston Baptist (WAC) to Music City starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
After controlling most of the match Lipscomb allowed a late James Madison goal Sunday afternoon to upend the Bisons 1-0 in the Belmont Invitational championship game at Rose Park. The loss drops Lipscomb to 4-1 on the year while JMU improves to 3-2-1.
In a back-and-forth affair at Rose Park the Lipscomb men’s soccer team came from behind to upend Gardner-Webb 3-2 Friday afternoon in the opening game of the Belmont Invitational. With the win Lipscomb improves to 4-0 for the first time in the school’s NCAA era.
The Bisons kick off Belmont's Mafiaoza Invitational Friday against James Madison at 3:30 p.m at Rose Park before meeting James Madison for the first time in series history Sunday at 12:05 p.m.
For the first time in the history of the program the Lipscomb Men’s Soccer team has received a vote in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Top 25 poll after starting 3-0 in 2014.
After picking up wins over Eastern Illinois and Evansville within the past week Lipscomb moved up in the NSCAA/Continental Tire Southeast Poll. In the second releasing of the NSCAA Poll on Tuesday, the Bisons picked up 41 votes to climb their way to No. 4,
Senior defender Luke Gearins scored twice in Lipscomb's s2-0 shutout victory over Evansville on Sunday and was awarded Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week for his efforts on Monday.
Senior defender Luke Gearin found a goal in each half as Lipscomb cruised to a 2-0 win at Evansville on Sunday to remain unbeaten at 3-0.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team will be making its third straight road match to open the season Sunday afternoon when the Bisons and the Purple Aces of Evansville square off at 4 p.m. inside Arad McCutchan Stadium.
The Bisons received some recognition from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America on Monday after a stellar weekend on the pitch. In the first 2014 NSCAA/Continental Tire Southeast Poll of the season, the Bisons were rated the No. 9 best team in the region.
The Atlantic Sun Conference named Matt Kerridge the league's Player of the Week after a stellar weekend on the pitch. He scored twice and added an assist in the Bisons's two wins. It is his first time to ever win the honor.
Two first half goals prove to be enough as the Lipscomb men’s soccer team holds on for a 2-1 decision over Eastern Illinois Monday afternoon at Lakeside Field.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team returns to the pitch Monday for a 2 p.m. Labor Day matchup with Eastern Illinois at Lakeside Field. On Friday the Bisons (1-0) opened their 2014 campaign with a 3-2 win over Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Anthony Cedano was one of two Bisons to score their first career goal in Lipscomb's win over the Musketeers Friday night. It was the second consecutive season-opening win for the Bisons.
Soccer coach wasn’t the first choice of a career for Lipscomb men's soccer coach Charles Morrow. It wasn’t his first choice as a sport either during his childhood though he did play the sport along with the American version of football.
The wait is almost over for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team as it will open the 2014 campaign on the road against Xavier Friday at 6 p.m. at the Xavier Soccer Complex. It will be the first meeting between the schools since 2011.
Freshman Joe Kerridge scored one of the Bisons' three goals on the night. The tally was his first goal while donning the Purple and Gold.
Zach Tarbox celebrates as he put Lipscomb in front early in the first period with a 16-yard goal. Josue Chavez and Luke Gearin also got in on the scoring action Saturday night.
Omar Djabi, Luke Gearin and Reece Holcombe saw their names included in the Preseason A-Sun Awards on Friday. The Bisons were also picked to the win the league in the 2014 coaches poll.
Charles Morrow and his Bisons are looking to make some noise in 2014 after falling short in the A-Sun semifinals last season. The Purple and Gold return all 11 starters and also roster the reigning A-Sun Player of the Year.
Less than a month from kicking off the most anticipated season in the history of the Lipscomb Men’s Soccer program, the Bisons and 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Coach of the Year, Charles Morrow have announced the 2014 fall schedule.
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former men's soccer standout Garret Pettis, who plays professional soccer for the Harrisburg City Islanders.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team played host to the First Annual Spring Collegiate Soccer Showcase on Saturday, dropping the first match to Kentucky before closing the event with a 4-2 win over UAB.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team, after one of its best seasons under the leadership of Charles Morrow, has added one of its strongest recruiting classes. The Bisons signed eight players to the 2014 class.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team traveled to Memphis on Saturday to take on the Memphis Tigers in their third of five spring playing days and played the Tigers to a 0-0 draw.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team is getting set to host the Spring Collegiate Soccer Showcase and has released the schedule for all games. The Bisons will host the six-team field on April 5.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team was originally scheduled to face Lindsey Wilson on Saturday, but will now play at 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Men's soccer has announced its spring schedule for 2014. Highlighting the schedule is the Lipscomb College Soccer Spring Showcase that will feature teams like, Kentucky, UAB and Memphis.
Cameron Botes checks in with LipscombSports.com with his recap of the fourth day including a trip to Tobago and the baptism of teammate Scout Monteith.
A look back at men's soccer's mission trip to Trinidad. Jared Hensely recaps the third day of the trip for the Bisons.
The men's soccer team is currently on a mission trip to Trinidad and Tobago. Jared Hensley checks in with a recap of the second day.
The anticipation for this trip has been high for a long time. Finally, the wait is over and the whole team is ecstatic to begin the journey in Trinidad. This trip has the capability of changing many lives in all different kinds of ways, as well as making our unity as a team grow closer every step along the way.
After a spectacular season that saw him earn Atlantic Sun Player of the Year, Lipscomb midfielder Omar Djabi has been selected to the third team of the 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men’s All-South Region.
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.
In a game expected to be low scoring, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision to the No. 2 seed ETSU in the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Championship Friday night to end its season.
The No. 3 seeded Bisons will face in-state rival and No. 2 seed ETSU at the FGCU Soccer Complex at 3 p.m on Friday. They will try to advance to the A-Sun Championship game for the first time in school history.
For the fifth time in the past seven seasons, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will play in the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. The Bisons defeated the No. 6 seed Jacksonville 1-0 in Fort Myers, Fla., Wednesday night to earn the right to face No. 2 ETSU Friday at 3 p.m. CST.
College Sports Madness tabs Djabi Atlantic Sun Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference selection. Four other Lipscomb players earned second team honors.
As the No. 3 seed the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will begin its quest for a championship in the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament Tuesday in Fort Myers, Fla. when the Bisons battle the Dolphins of Jacksonville at 3 p.m. CST.
Lipscomb swept the Coach of the Year and Player of the Year accolades in the 2013 Atlantic Sun Conference awards. Charles Morrow and Omar Djabi were given these honors for the first time in program history.
Lipscomb junior Robbie Johnson has been named to the 2013 Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer Academic All-Conference team for his excellent grades and play on the field for the 2013 season. The Geneva, Ill. native owns a 3.43 GPA majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team went to double overtime with Mercer falling 2-1 on senior night in the final regular season game for the Bisons on Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
In its final road match of the season, Lipscomb men’s soccer played to a double overtime scoreless draw against East Tennessee State Saturday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium. The Bisons recorded its sixth shutout of the year, a school single season record.
The Bisons cross the state to battle ETSU in a decisive match on Saturday at 6 p.m. A Lipscomb win secures a first round bye in the conference championship and places the Bisons one step closer to winning the A-Sun with one game remaining.
Evansville entered the Lipscomb Soccer Complex on Tuesday night and narrowly escaped with a 1-0 victory over the Lipscomb men’s soccer team in its final nonconference matchup. The loss dropped Lipscomb to 8-7-1 overall.
After clinching a spot in the Atlantic Sun championship on the road Saturday, Lipscomb men’s soccer looks to build momentum with a nonconference matchup at home against the University of Evansville Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Inching closer to the Atlantic Sun championship, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team needed a win to clinch a berth in next month’s tournament. The Bisons scored early in the second period and held on to win 1-0 on the road at USC Upstate to do just that.
Setting in fourth place in the A-Sun standings, Lipscomb looks for a win at USC Upstate on Saturday to help its chances of securing a bye in the conference tournament in November.
The dates of the one-day 2014 College ID camps are Jan. 11 and Feb. 1. The Lipscomb Winter ID camps will test players abilities and skills against the best in the region under the supervision of current college coaches and former professional players.
Lipscomb men’s soccer player Omar Djabi has been tabbed as the No. 84 best player in the nation in soccer by Top Drawer Soccer. Djabi leads the conference with eight goals and 19 points.
Riding a three-game win streak, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team was defeated by Northern Kentucky 2-1 on a cool Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team looks to continue its three-game winning streak, longest since 2010, when Northern Kentucky visits the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Saturday at 7 p.m.
Omar Djabi was awarded the College Sports Madness Atlantic Sun Player of the Week on Monday, his second of the year. Djabi scored three goals and lifted the Bisons to 2-0 over the weekend.
Men’s soccer players Omar Djabi and Micah Bledsoe picked up Atlantic Sun honors after leading the Bisons to victories over Jacksonville and North Florida this weekend.
The Bisons soccer team keeps rolling as they defeat North Florida 1-0 on Sunday afternoon at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Omar Djabi scored his A-Sun leading eighth goal of the season.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team was glad to be back at home after playing only three of its first 11 games at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. On Friday night, the joy showed through in a big way as the Bisons exploded for a 4-1 victory over Atlantic Sun foe Jacksonville.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team will begin a three-game home stand this weekend with a pair of Atlantic Sun Conference games. Jacksonville will visit for a 7 p.m. matchup on Friday, before North Florida invades the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Sunday at 2 p.m.
After a tough loss to Florida Gulf Coast Friday night, the Bisons bounced back to win a conference road game at Stetson 1-0 on Sunday. The win improves Lipscomb to 1-1 in A-Sun play.
Three-time defending Atlantic Sun champion Florida Gulf Coast needed only one goal to defeat Lipscomb 1-0 in the conference opener at the FGCU Soccer Complex on Friday night.
On the road for the third time in one week, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will open Atlantic Sun play in Fort Myers, Fla., on Friday against Florida Gulf Coast University at 6 p.m before battling Stetson on Sunday at noon.
Reece Holcombe’s goal in the 79th minute lifted the Bisons to a 1-0 victory over Missouri State on Sunday afternoon. The match was the final nonconference tuneup for the Bisons.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team travels to face Missouri State at 2 p.m. on Sunday in its last non-conference match before Atlantic Sun play. Omar Djabi scored his Asun leading fifth goal on Thursday.
Two Georgia State first half goals proved too much for Lipscomb to overcome as the Bisons lost 2-1 Thursday night at the Georgia State Soccer Complex. Omar Djabi tried to rally the Bisons late with his team-leading fifth goal of the season.
Thursday's 5 p.m. match-up with Georgia State will be the first of a four game road stretch for Lipscomb. The Bisons will look to rebound and gain its first victory in the series history against the Panthers.
Bisons disappointed with loss at home after falling behind early in the second period and unable to mount a comeback in the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational.
The Bisons battled to a 2-2 tie in double overtime in the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational on Friday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Goals were at a premium as the rain began to fall in the second half.
The Bisons finally return to Lipscomb Soccer Complex on Friday after being on the road for three long weeks. Lipscomb will look to build off its first shutout win of the season when they face Appalachian State at 7:30 p.m.
After finishing the Mafiaoza's Invitational at 1-1, three Bison players were chosen to the All-Tournament Team on Monday. In the past two weeks, seven players have now earned All-Tournament honors.
After being shutout in two consecutive losses, the Bisons scored a goal and threw in a shutout of their own in Sunday's win over Cleveland State in the Mafiaoza's Invitational.
Illinois-Chicago controlled the game on Friday as they defeated the Bisons 2-0 giving Lipscomb their second-consecutive loss. The Bisons will look to rebound on Sunday as they face Cleveland State in a noon kick-off.
Coming off their first loss of the season men's soccer looks to get back on track in the Mafioza invitational this weekend. The Bisons will square off with the University of Illinois-Chicago on Friday at 3:30 p.m.
The Bisons fell 2-0 to Dayton on Sunday in the Flyer Classic championship game. Lipscomb could not capitalize on numerous opportunities as the Purple and Gold take their first loss of the season.
The Bisons looks to remain unbeaten as they battle the Flyers on Sunday. Watch the live stream of tomorrow's game at 1 p.m.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team traveled to Dayton, Ohio carrying momentum from a win over Belmont in the season opener. That momentum shined through as the Bisons showed their dominance in a 3-1 win over the Panthers of Eastern Illinois.
After opening the season with a convincing 3-1 win over Belmont, the Bisons will hit the field in Dayton, Ohio to face Eastern Illinois and Dayton this weekend.
On Tuesday morning, the Atlantic Sun Conference tabbed Lipscomb midfielder Omar Djabi as the Player of the Week after his performance in a 3-1 season opening win.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team looked sharp to open the 2013 slate with a 3-1 win over rival Belmont.
After weeks of preseason practices and two exhibition wins, the Bisons look to kick-start their 2013 season as the Bruins from Belmont invade the Lipscomb Soccer Complex on Friday Aug. 30 at 7 p.m.
Two juniors and a sophomore were named to the College Sports Madness Preseason All-Atlantic Sun first and second teams.
Reece Holcombe tallied a pair of goals on Thursday night to lead the Bisons to a 5-0 exhibition win over Alabama-Huntsville. LU opens the regular season on Aug. 30 hosting Belmont at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Luke Gearin nearly misses hat trick in exhibition play versus the Redhawks
Lipscomb junior defender, Omar Djabi, has been named to the 2013 Preseason Atlantic Sun Team.
The Bisons soccer team hit the turf running on Monday for fall camp. Very enthusiastic about the 2013 season, the players and coaches are primed for a championship run.
Former Bison soccer player Kevin Terry is the focus of this week's Where are they now? Kevin can be seen on national television officiating soccer games and also holds a job at Whitsitt Elementary.
Three tournaments and a regular season kickoff against Belmont highlight the 2013 Lipscomb men’s soccer schedule.
Charles Morrow, head coach for men’s soccer, has announced the addition of John Michael Hayden to the coaching staff. Hayden joins Lipscomb after spending a year on the bench at the University of Louisville.
Lipscomb men’s soccer coach Charles Morrow has announced the addition of five more student-athletes to the 2013 class. The addition of these five athletes brings the 2013 class to 11 new faces in the fall.
Lipscomb men’s soccer head coach Charles Morrow announced the addition of six student-athletes. They will join the Bisons for fall camp beginning at the end of July.
The triple header scheduled for Thursday’s men’s soccer matches has been altered.
Four home matches highlight a six-game spring schedule announced by Lipscomb head men’s soccer coach Charles Morrow.
Ben Page, a former Lipscomb soccer player and current Charlotte Eagle, takes a moment to chat with LipscombSports.com.
LipscombSports.com catches up with Jason Robertson, a former soccer player at LU. Jason now lives in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Lipscomb head men’s soccer coach Charles Morrow has announced the addition of Ryan Wehking to the staff as a graduate assistant coach
Lipscomb men’s soccer head coach Charles Morrow has announced the dates of the 2013 College ID soccer camps. The dates of the one-day camps are Jan. 19 and Feb. 2.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team proved 2012 to be another successful season including a trip to the A-Sun Conference semifinals.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team raised a conference-best $2,000 with its Coaches vs. Cancer event held on Oct. 13 during its game against ETSU.
Former Lipscomb men’s soccer player Garret Pettis has signed a contract for the Major Indoor Soccer League’s Rochester Lancers.
After reaching the semifinal round of the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Lipscomb men’s soccer had two student-athletes named to the All-Tournament Team.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team fell 2-1 in double-overtime in the semifinal round of the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
For the third time in program-history, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team is in the semifinal round of the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team move to the semifinal round of the A-Sun Championships with a 1-0 victory Wednesday night.
Sophomore Omar Djabi was named to the All-Atlantic Sun Second Team while Reece Holcombe was chosen to the All-Atlantic Sun Freshman Team.
Making its sixth consecutive appearance in the Atlantic Sun Conference Championships, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team plays USC Upstate Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Ft. Myers, Fla.
Lipscomb senior Ethan Summers and sophomore Robbie Johnson have been named Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference for their grades and play on the field during the 2012 season.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team has drawn USC Upstate in the quarterfinal round of the Atlantic Sun Conference Championships taking place Wednesday in Ft. Myers, Fla.
Junior Tyler Burkhardt scored the game-winning goal to send the Bisons to the Atlantic Sun Championships.
The Lipscomb men's soccer team is looking to secure a berth into the Atlantic Sun Championships with a 12 p.m. match at Northern Kentucky.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 3-2 in double overtime to North Florida in a physical Atlantic Sun Conference match on Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville, Fla.
Freshman Troy Barr could not have picked a better time to knock-in his first career goal.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team plays its final three games on the road starting with Jacksonville on Friday and North Florida on Sunday.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team had an overtime header scored against them to drop its home finale 1-0 to USC Upstate on Sunday afternoon.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team played to the first draw of the season as they tied Atlantic Sun Conference foe Stetson 1-1 on Friday night, Senior Night, at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team enters the final home weekend of the 2012 season hosting Stetson on Friday at 7 p.m. and USC Upstate on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 3-0 to ETSU on Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Continuing its longest home stretch of the season, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will fight two battles on Saturday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team defeated two-time defending Atlantic Sun Champions Florida Gulf Coast 3-1 on Saturday night.
Playing in the first Atlantic Sun Conference game of the season, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 2-1 to Mercer on Thursday night in Macon. Ga.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team opens Atlantic Sun Conference play with a 7 p.m. match Thursday at Mercer in Macon, Ga.
October signals the beginning of fall, but it also means it is time for Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer programs to kick off the third annual Coaches vs. Cancer games.
The Bisons picked up their fourth straight victory against the Bruins in a 1-0 victory on Thursday night at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team travels up the ‘Boulevard’ for the first non-conference match-up in the NCAA era with rival Belmont on Thursday at 5 p.m. at E.S. Rose Park.
Playing its first ranked opponent of the season, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 3-0 to UAB Saturday night in Birmingham, Ala.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team travels to Birmingham, Ala., for a 7 p.m. contest with UAB on Saturday night.
A slow first half proved to be too much to overcome for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team on Sunday afternoon at the Belmont Mafiaoza’s Invitational at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville as the Bisons fell 3-1 to Central Connecticut.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team fell 2-1 to Bradley at the Belmont Mafiaoza's Invitational on Friday at E.S. Rose Park in Nashville.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team will participate in the Belmont Invitational this weekend at E.S Rose Park against Bradley on Friday and Central Connecticut State on Sunday.
Ethan Summers has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts this past weekend for the Lipscomb men’s soccer team, as announced by the league on Monday.
Ethan Summers used two second-half goals to power the Lipscomb men’s soccer team to a 3-2 victory over Oral Roberts and a second-place finish in the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational on Sunday afternoon at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Falling behind 2-0 in the first half, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team was unable to fight back in a 3-2 loss to Elon in the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Friday night.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team welcomes Belmont, Elon and Oral Roberts to the Lipscomb Soccer Complex this weekend for the Hyatt Place Select Lipscomb Invitational.
Omar Djabi and Ethan Summers connected on the game-winning goal of the Bisons first win of the season. Monday evening, they connected again.
A defensive battle showed the Lipscomb men’s soccer team on the wrong side of the scoreboard, falling 1-0 to Missouri State on Monday afternoon.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer picked up their first win of the season on Friday evening at the Central Arkansas Invitational in Conway, Ark.
Looking for their first win of the season, Lipscomb men’s soccer travels to Conway, Ark. to take part in the Central Arkansas Invitational this weekend.
With impending weather from Hurricane Isaac, officials from Central Arkansas have pushed back the dates of the Central Arkansas Invitational, affecting Lipscomb men’s soccer.
Falling into a hole in the third minute, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team was unable to recover in a 2-0 loss to Eastern Illinois on Sunday evening at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex in Nashville.
Lipscomb men’s soccer opened the 2012 campaign in a physical 2-1 loss to Evansville at McCutcheon Stadium in Evansville, Ind.
After weeks of preseason training and two exhibition games, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team kicks off the regular season on Friday, Aug. 24 with a 7 p.m. match at Evansville.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season. Gabe Stewart talks about game day procedure while Zach Tarbox discusses preparing for Louisville.
The home debut of the Lipscomb men’s soccer team will have to wait, for an hour. The Bisons will host Eastern Illinois on Sunday, Aug. 26 has been pushed back to 7 p.m.
Lipscomb men’s soccer played their final exhibition game of the season, falling 4-0 to seventh-ranked Louisville on Monday night.
Lipscomb sophomore defender, Omar Djabi, was chosen by TopDrawerSoccer.com as a preseason top 20 player to watch in the Atlantic Sun Conference this season.
Using a Luke Gearin penalty kick and an 18-yard strike from Tyler Burckhardt, the Lipscomb men’s soccer team took a 2-0 exhibition victory over the University of Alabama in Huntsville on Thursday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season. Senior Ethan Summers, freshman Alex Lupinek and sophomore Luke Gearin give an update on camp.
Lipscomb men’s soccer team will kick off their exhibition slate, Thursday, Aug. 16, when they host the University of Alabama – Huntsville.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season.John Schnurbusch updates on the rigors of training and installing a system of play.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season. Sophomore Zander El-Hindi discusses the first day of camp.
Lipscomb men's soccer will be providing a blog and short videos throughout fall camp and the upcoming season. Freshman Alex Lupinek shares his thoughts on the first day.
Lipscomb men’s soccer team has been picked to finish fifth in the Atlantic Sun Conference preseason coaches’ poll released Thursday.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team began fall camp today in preparation for the 2012 season. After waiting and anticipation coach Charles Morrow was eager to get into practice.
Lipscomb men's soccer players Ethan Summers and Omar Djabi have been hard at work over the summer. They've spent their breaks playing in high-level summer leagues: Summers with the Ogden Outlaws of the PDL and Djabi with the Rocket City United of the NPSL.
Former Bison Garret Pettis is carving out a nice role for his hometown club, the Harrisburg City Islanders of the United Soccer League. In his first season with the Islanders, Pettis has made 12 appearances and notched one goal.
Lipscombsports.com is taking a look back at the 2011-12 school year with the top-10 stories over the past 12 months. At No. 9 is Garrett Pettis' four-goal performance against UNF that tied the school record for goals in a game and career goals.
With 187 student-athletes earning a 3.0 GPA or better during the 2011-12 academic year, Lipscomb leads the A-Sun in All-Academic honorees. The Bison and Lady Bisons placed better than 74 percent of student-athletes on the All-Academic registry.
Many college students have a unique summer job. Lipscomb junior Joey Chiappetta will spend his summer in Argentina, training with Chacarita Juniors. It's an experience not many American players get to enjoy, and one that Chiappetta is grateful to be a part of.
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.
A home game against Belmont and a trip to Memphis highlight the upcoming Lipscomb Bisons soccer schedule as head coach Charles Morrow and the Bisons released its 2011 Fall schedule on Wednesday.
Lipscomb men's soccer coach Charles Morrow has announced the addition of Stefan Caulfield to his coaching staff. Caulfield will join the Bisons starting at the end of May as a graduate assistant coach. A varsity goalkeeper at Virginia Tech from 2006-2009, Caulfield will work primarily with the goalkeepers.
In college soccer fall is for winning games and spring is for making the necessary adjustments to be able to win the next fall.The Bisons started their spring season Saturday in Evansville, Ind., tying Kentucky 2-2 and beating Evansville 1-0.
Lipscomb's Miguel DaSilva will graduate this month and return home to Angola to play professional soccer. Rudy Kalis, WSMV-TV sports anchor, will talk with DaSilva Monday night at 6:45.
It was a game that truly neither team deserved to lose but in the end ETSU prevailed 1-0, scoring with 7.2 seconds remaining in the second overtime period to beat the Bisons Thursday night in the semifinals of the A-Sun Tournament.
Ethan Huffard played soccer for Lipscomb University while working toward a degree in Spanish. He now teaches at Ezell Harding Christian School and took some time to talk to lipscombsports.com
The Lipscomb Bisons are putting their past games with ETSU behind them as they travel to Johnson City Thursday night at 6 for the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
The Bisons moved into the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament with a 5-1 win over Campbell Saturday at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Thursday night the Bisons travel to Johnson City to face top-seeded ETSU.
The Bisons open the A-Sun Tourney Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. when Campbell visits the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. The winner advances to the semifinals against top-seeded ETSU.
Three Lipscomb Bisons have received postseason honors from the A-Sun. Forward Garret Pettis was named A-Sun First Team All-Conference. Forward Miguel DaSilva is a Second Team pick. Defender Kevin Barbar was named to the All-Freshman Team.
The Bisons beat Campbell 2-1 on the road Saturday night in Atlantic Sun play. The win guaranteed the Bisons the No. 4 seed in the tournament. They will host either a rematch with Campbell or face Jacksonville at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6.
The Lipscomb Bisons fell behind Mercer 1-0 after the first two minutes of the game and that proved to be enough as Mercer earned a 2-0 victory Thursday over the Bisons in an Atlantic Sun Conference match-up at Bear Field in Macon, Ga.
The Bisons put in a strong team effort, but fell 2-1 Sunday afternoon in overtime to ETSU in an Atlantic Sun game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Lipscomb Bisons' forward Miguel DaSilva celebrated "Senior Night" by scoring the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win Friday night over USC Upstate at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
In addition to the Coaches vs. Cancer events the Bisons will also honor four players _ Miguel DaSilva, Garrett McLaughlin, Chase Nieri an Angel Chairez _ on Senior Night prior to the start of the game with USC Upstate at 7 Friday.
The Lipscomb Bisons will honor cancer survivors and remember victims of the disease as part of Cancer Awareness Week during Friday night's game with USC Upstate at 7 p.m. Bisons' player Tyler Burkhardt remembers all too well his mother's struggle with the disease.
Playing in his first “Battle of the Boulevard,” Lipscomb freshman Joey Chiappetta posted the league's third six-point game of the season to win his first Atlantic Sun Player of the Week.
The Bisons controlled the "Battle of the Boulevard" scroing three goals in the first 15 minutes and adding three more in the second half for a 6-2 win at Belmont Thursday night.
The Lipscomb Bisons are ranked 93rd in the NCAA Diivision I RPI, but getting to the A-Sun Tournament is the main goal as they head into the "Battle of the Boulevard" meeting with Belmont Thursday night.
The Bisons jumped out to a 3-0 and fought off a late challenge for a 3-2 Atlantic Sun win Sunday at North Florida in Jacksonville.
Miguel DaSilva led the Lipscomb Bisons with a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win at Jacksonville Friday night. It was the first A-Sun win of the season for the Bisons.
The Bisons are on the road in the A-Sun for the first time this season. Friday night at 6 they face Jacksonville, 6-3-1, 1-0 in the conference, at 6 p.m. at the Ashley Sports Complex. Sunday at 1 p.m. they make a stop at North Florida. The Bisons are 4-6, 0-2 in the conference.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team held a free youth soccer clinic before Sunday's game against Stetson at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Kids from Middle Tennessee learned soccer fundamentals and drills from the Bison players and coaches.
On a gloomy and blustery cold Sunday afternoon the Lipscomb Bisons lost 4-0 to Stetson in an Atlantic Conference game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Lipscomb Bisons struck first but lost their Atlantic Sun opener 2-1 in overtime to Florida Gulf Coast Friday night at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Bisons play Florida Gulf Coast Friday night at 7:30 in the conference opener for both teams. Florida Gulf Coast, 4-2-2, is ranked sixth in the South Region by the NSCAA. The Bisons are 4-4-0.
Miguel DaSilva and Garret Pettis each scored goals as the Lipscomb Bisons beat Bowling Green State 2-0 on the road in Bowling Green, Ohio.
The Lipscomb Bisons lost 1-0 Friday night at Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Lipscomb Bisons head to Ohio this week looking for some consistency and a couple of wins as they close out the preconference portion of the schedule. Friday night at 6 the Bisons visit Xavier in Cincinnati. Sunday at 10 a.m. they will play Bowling Green State in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Defensive miscues and missed opportunities on the offensive end allowed 24th-ranked UAB to get out to an early 3-0 lead against the Lipscomb soccer team as the Blazers captured the Hyatt Place Select Invitational with a 4-0 win Sunday afternoon.
The Lipscomb Bisons shut down UNC Asheville 2-0 Friday night in the first round of the Hyatt Place Select Tournament at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Garrett McLaughlin scored a pair of second half goals to seal the win.
Lipscomb will host the Hyatt Place Select Tournament featuring UNC Asheville, UAB and Belmont. The Bisons will play UNC Asheville Friday night at 7 and will face UAB Sunday at 4.
The Lipscomb Bisons jumped out to a 3-0 lead and held off Centenary for a 3-1 win Sunday afternoon in the final round of the Belmont Invitational.
Three different Bisons scored goals in a 3-1 win Friday night over Gardner-Webb in the Belmont Invitational.
SMU and Tulas taught the Bisons some soccer lessons this past weekend. Lipscomb coach Charles Morrow is anxious to see if his players have learned what they need to know as they head into the Belmont Invitational.
The Lipscomb Bisons scored the first goal, but Tulsa responded with four unanswered goals Monday afternoon. The Bisons' 4-1 loss in the second round of the SMU Classic drops them to 0-2.
The Lipscomb Bisons were forced to play approximately 50 minutes a man short in a 3-1 loss Saturday night to host Southern Methodist in the SMU Invitational in Dallas, Texas.
Expectations are high for the Lipscomb Bisons as they begin the 2010 soccer season in Dallas, Texas this weekend in the SMU Invitational. The goal for the team is an NCAA Tournament berth.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team closed out the preseason schedule Saturday night with a 2-1 loss at Georgia State.
The Bisons' coaches will be taking a long look at the starters Saturday night in a final exhibition game of the season at 6 at Georigia State in Atlanta.
The 20th ranked Louisville men's soccer team defeated the Lipscomb Bisons 2-0 in exhibition play at Cardinal Park on Saturday night.
The Lipscomb Bisons were picked to finish seventh by the coaches in the Atlantic Sun in the annual preseason poll.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team was included in a preview of conference soccer by "Top Drawer" soccer.
Scott Mason played soccer for the Lipscomb Bisons. His playing days are over but he remains active in the game as a coach and instructor. During a dinner break from working Lipscomb Soccer Camps he answered some questions for LipscombSports.com.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team is going to be challenged early and often this season with an exhibition game at Louisville Aug. 21 and the regular season opener at Southern Methodist Sept. 4 as two of the highlights on a challenging schedule.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team is going to be challenged early and often this season with an exhibition game at Louisville Aug. 21 and the regular season opener at Southern Methodist Sept. 4 as two of the highlights on a challenging schedule.
Several incoming players could give the Lipscomb Bisons an offensive boost this season. One of those newcomers near the top of the list for Bisons' coach Charles Morrow will be Nick DeSalvatore, a forward from Brentwood High School in Brentwood, Tenn.
Juan Pacheco finished his high school career with 40 goals and 12 assists his senior season. He was named the 2010 Cobb County Boys Soccer Player of the Year by the Marietta Daily Journal. Nick Bibb earned Hoover/South Region Player of the Year honors from the Birmingham News.
Lipscomb Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow plans to elevate the competition level among his players as they prepare for the 2010 season.
Kevin Burk, assistant soccer coach for the Lipscomb Bisons, is a strong family man and dedicated coach with one main rule of life, keep it simple.
Lipscomb holds a narrow lead on ETSU in the A-Sun All-Academic race. The Bisons' percentages for men's cross country, men's basketball and women's basketball all top the conference. The Bisons lead with 87 student-athletes on the team.
Jeff Boynton played soccer for the Lipscomb Bisons from 2004-2007. He spent some time with LipscombSports.com for our weekly feature, â€œWhere are they now?â€
The Bisons soccer team played ETSU for the second time in a little more than a week, but the outcome was the same, a 3-0 loss. The Bisons, the No. 6-seed in the Atlantic Sun Tournament, were eliminated Saturday afternoon at No. 3-seed ETSU.
The Bisons, the No. 6-seed, get a second chance Saturday afternoon in Johnson City when they face ETSU, the No. 3- seed, in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
Lipscomb forward Miguel DaSilva was named to the Atlantic Sun First Team All-Conference and defender Kezi Lara was named to the second team in a vote by the conference coaches and sports information directors.
Needing a win or tie to clinch a spot in the Atlantic Sun Tournament, the Bisons delivered a 2-1 win at USC Upstate Sunday afternoon to receive their tournament bid for the third consecutive season.
The Bisons chances of a berth in the Atlantic Sun Tournament were reduced Friday afternoon as they fell 3-0 to ETSU in Johnson City, Tenn.
The Lipscomb Bisons beat Belmont 1-0 Thursday night in the "Battle of the Boulevard" at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex behind a game-winning goal by Garret Pettis.
The final regular season home soccer game for the Bisons is the biggest of the season as Belmont visits the Lipscomb Soccer Complex for the "Battle of the Boulevard".
In the 95th minute, sophomore Andrew Chamberlain made a run with the ball and crossed it to sophomore Garrett Pettis who put the ball in the back of the net, giving the Bisons a 1-0 win over Jacksonville.
The Bisons and North Florida fought to a 2-2 tie Friday night in an Atlantic Sun game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Bisons have been getting their shots, but are struggling to find the net. They play North Florida Friday night at 7:30 at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex and then face Jacksonville at 2:30 Sunday.
Miguel DaSilva scored a first half goal but Florida Gulf Coast exploded for two goals in the final 2:24 of the game for a 2-1 win in Sunday in Fort Myers, Fla.
Tyler Burkhardt scored his first collegiate goal, but it was the only one the Bisons could muster in a 5-1 Atlantic Sun loss Friday night at Stetson.
The Bisons are the top team in the Atlantic Sun Conference in shots, but they aren't converting enough of those attempts into goals. Coach Charles Morrow is hopeful that a weekend in Florida is going to change the Bisons luck.
The Bisons lost 1-0 to Mercer Saturday night in an Atlantic Sun Conference game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Bisons are back at home Saturday night at 7 to face Mercer in an Atlantic Sun Conference game at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. The Bisons are 3-5-2, 0-0-1 in the A-Sun. Mercer is 2-4-2, 1-0-0 in the conference. Mercer holds a 5-3-1 edge in the series with the Bisons.
The Bisons opened the A-Sun portion of the season with a 2-2 tie with Campbell at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex Thursday night. Mercer visits Saturday night at 7.
The non-conference portion of the schedule is not something that Lipscomb Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow wants to remember, but he thinks his team is set for the A-Sun portion of the season which begins Thursday night at 7 against Campbell at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
Wofford College scored in the 62nd and 66th minutes to go up 3-1 over the Bisons in their 4-1 victory Sunday afternoon at Synder Field in Spartanburg, S.C. Andre Santos scored Lipscomb's only goal at 51:44.
The Bisons will face Wofford Sunday afternoon in the South Carolina-Tennessee Soccer Challenge without top defender Kezi Lara. Game time is 1 p.m.
The Bisons opened the South Carolina-Tennessee Challenge with a 3-0 loss at Furman Friday night. The Bisons will play Wofford Sunday afternoon in Spartanburg, S.C.
The Bisons will play at Furman Friday night and at Wofford Sunday afternoon as part of the South Carolina-Tennessee Soccer Challenge.
Lipscomb's Garret Pettis earned his Atlantic Sun Player of the Week honors after a four-point weekend. Pettis, a sophomore forward, scored a goal in each game of the Hyatt Place Select Invitational as the Bisons split with a 2-1 loss to UNC Asheville and a 3-2 win against Alabama A&M.
The Bisons closed out the Hyatt Place Select Inviitational Tournament on a strong note beating Alabama A & M Sunday afternoon 3-2 in a game delayed by lightning.
The Bisons lost 2-1 Friday night to North Carolina-Asheville in the opening round of the Hyatt Place Select Tournament at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. They will face Alabama A&M Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in the second round.
The Lipscomb Bisons are back home for the first time since Sept. 1 as hosts of the Hyatt Place Select Tournament. The games Friday night and Sunday will be played at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Predicted rain problems could force a change in location. The other teams in the tournament are Belmont, North Carolina-Asheville and Alabama A & M.
The 2009 men's soccer media guide is now online for fans to get the most comprehensive coverage of the Bisons.
The Bisons fell 3-0 to host Michigan Sunday afternoon at the Michigan Soccer Complex in the second round of the Michigan Invitational in Ann Arbor.
The Bisons have a choice of talent in goal with sophomores Brent McGee and Patrick Walsh. Coach Charles Morrow did not say which one will get the call Sunday afternoon when the Bisons play Michigan in Ann Arbor.
The Bisons fell 2-0 to No. 20-ranked Michigan State Friday evening in the first round of the Michigan Invitational in Ann Arbor, Mich. They will face host Michigan Sunday at 1:30.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team will be in Ann Arbor, Mich., this weekend for the Michigan Invitational. They open Friday with No. 20-ranked Michigan State and play host Michigan Sunday.
The Lipscomb Bisons cracked the NCAA Division I South Region Top 10 rankings for the first time ever this week. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) rates the Bisons eighth in the South Region.
The Bisons soccer team won the Belmont Invitational and also swept the Atlantic Sun honors for the week with Alexander Faulk earning the offensive award and Brent McGee winning the defensive award.
Freshman Alexander Faulk scored both goals for the Bisons this weekend as they won the Belmont Invitational with a 1-0 win over Marshall Sunday and a 1-0 shutout of Oral Roberts Friday night.
The Bisons will be seeking their second win in a row Sunday afternoon at 1 when they face Marshall in the second round of the Belmont Invitational on the Belmont campus.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team edged Oral Roberts 1-0 Friday night in the Belmont Invitational Tournament. The Bisons, 1-0-1 will play Marshall Sunday at 1 at Belmont in the final round of the tournament.
Sophomore forward Andrew Chamberlain scored at 87:31 mark of the second period to tie the game with Berry College 1-1. The game ended in a tie after two overtime periods Tuesday night at Lipscomb soccer practice field.
The Bisons soccer team will open the regular season Tuesday at 5 p.m. against Berry College. The game will be played at the soccer practice field at 3915 Franklin Pike.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team will play Berry College in the home season opener Sept. 1 on the practice field next to Cofer's Chapel at 3915 Franklin Pike. The game time has been changed to 5 p.m.
The Lipscomb Bisons and Louisville played to a scoreless tie in the first half. In the second half the Cardinals from the Big East prevailed in a 2-1 decision.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team will play an exhibition game Saturday at 11 a.m. with Louisville. The game will be held at the soccer practice field next to Cofer's Chapel at 3915 Franklin Pike.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team is ranked third in the Atlantic Sun Conference Preseason Poll, the highest ranking ever for the program. Junior forward Miguel DaSilva was named Preseason A-Sun Player of the Year.
Lipscomb Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow is looking for one thing from his players in the first days of preseason practice - consistency - something that is difficult to find as players deal with heat and lengthy workouts.
The Bisons soccer team returns all but one starter from last season. And despite their toughest schedule ever, coach Charles Morrow is looking forward to an outstanding season.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team has been named one of the top 20 “Most Improved” Teams in NCAA Division I based on their 2008 season. It is the second time in the last three years they have earned this distinction.
Coach Charles Morrow's Bisons will face Louisville, Michigan and Michigan State as part of the non-conference schedule this fall. Morrow stops short of calling the 2009 schedule the toughest his team has faced.
For the second year in a row the Bisons endured the agony of defeat in a close game with Jacksonville in the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun Tournament, but this time around there is an even brighter hope for the future.
The Bisons had an exciting day both on and off the field on the first day of the Altantic Sun Tournament in Buies Creek, N.C.
The Lipscomb Bisons scored in the first five minutes Wednesday night against Mercer and never looked back in a 2-1 win in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament. The Bisons, the No. 3-seed, will play Jacksonville, the No. 2 seed. Both Jacksonville and Campbell, the No. 1 seed, drew first round byes. Game time is 3 p.m.
The first time they played in the Atlantic Sun Tournament the Bisons advanced to the semifinals. This time around can they move into the finals and challenge for their first A-Sun Tournament Championship? Coach Charles Morrow and his players are confident they are ready.The Bisons (5-3-1, 9-8-2 overall), the No. 3-seed, face Mercer (1-5-3, 2-10-5), the No. 6 seed at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C. Campbell, the regular season champion and nationally-ranked heading into this week, are the No. 1 seed.
Freshman forward Garret Pettis earned Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year, the first postseason award won by a member of the Bisons men's program. Sophomore forward Miguel DaSilva was a unanimous choice to the First Team All-Atlantic Sun. Kezi Lara and T.J. Williams joined Pettis on the Second Team All-Atlantic Sun.
Forwards Garret Pettis and Miguel DaSilva are two of the main reasons the Bisons are headed for their second straight Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament appearance this week. The Bisons, the No. 3 seed with a 5-3-1 A-Sun record (9-8-2 overall) will practice Tuesday at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., the host school for the tournament. Wednesday afternoon they will face No. 6-seeded Mercer (1-5-3, 2-10-5 overall) at 3 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
Freshman forward Garrett Pettis set a new single-season goal scoring record for the Lipscomb Bisons, but it wasn't enough in an Atlantic Sun match Sunday afternoon against Jacksonville in a 3-1 loss at the Ashley Sports Complex in Jacksonville, Fla. Pettis scored his 11th goal, breaking forward Miguel DaSilva's record of 10 set last season when he was also a freshman.
Three different Bisons scored as Lipscomb beat North Florida 3-1 and moved a step closer to the No.2 seed in the Atlantic Sun Tournament Friday night in Jacksonville
MACON, Ga. - The conference portion of the men's soccer season concludes on Sunday with a quartet of games highlighted by a rematch from the semifinals of the 2007 Atlantic Sun Championship between Jacksonville and Lipscomb. The two meet in the Game of the Week at 12:00 p.m. CT at the Ashley Sports Complex. The match airs on ASun.TV.
The Lipscomb Bisons finished their regular season home schedule with a disappointing loss to Florida Gulf Coast 2-1. The Bisons only goal was made by freshman midfielder Andre Santos and assisted by sophomore forward Miguel DaSilva.
Bad memories of their game at Stetson last season gave the Bisons all the motivation they needed Friday night in a 2-0 Atlantic Sun win over Stetson at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex.
The Bisons soccer team is breaking records in several areas, but the main goal is a return to the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament and the chance to play in the NCAA Tournament.
Freshman Josh Lind scored two goals for the Bisons in the final 18 minutes of Saturday's conference match at Mercer to give the Bisons a 4-3 victory. Lipscomb returns home Friday to face Stetson at 7:30 p.m.
Lipscomb freshman forward Garret Pettis scored two goals, but it wasn't enough as the Bisons lost to Campbell 4-3 Thursday night in Buies Creek, N.C. Also scoring for the Bisons was freshman Tony Garibaldi.
MACON, Ga. - Lipscomb's Garret Pettis speared the offense with three goals to win his first Player of the Week award. On the defensive side, Aaron Johnson allowed only one goal to lead the Camels to a 4-0 mark in conference play to win his second Defensive Player of the Week award, the conference office announced on Monday.
Playing with class and sportsmanship is the most important aspect of college sports. That statement is especially true for the Lipscomb men's soccer program. This past Sunday the team was honored by the NCAA with a “special recognition” of sportsmanship.
The Bisons Soccer Team beat visiting conference foe USC-Upstate 4-0 Sunday afternoon. Lipscomb put the game out of reach early for the Spartans, scoring three unanswered goals in the first half alone.
The Lipscomb Bisons ran their unbeaten streak to four with a 2-1 win Friday night over ETSU in an Atlantic Sun Conference match at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. In their three previous matches the Bisons had beaten Wofford 1-0 and tied Belmont 1-1 and Evansville 0-0. The Bisons entered the game with a 117 RPI rating, their highest ever, the highest of any team in the Atlantic Sun Conference. Garret Pettis, above, scored the first goal and Miguel DaSilva's game-winner was the result of a penalty kick.
The Lipscomb Bisons and the Evansville Aces battled through regulation and two overtime periods for a 0-0 tie. It was the second tie in a row for the Bisons who also tied Belmont 1-1 Friday night. Lipscomb goalkeeper Brent McGee did not face a shot on goal.
With a different location and a different year, the outcome still remained the same. The Lipscomb Men's Soccer team tied with the Belmont Bruins in the Battle of the Boulevard for the second year in a row. The Bisons play at Evansville on Sunday October 5 at 1 p.m.
Soccer's version of the “Battle of the Boulevard” is going to be taking place in a more distant location. Due to preparations for the Presidential Debate at Belmont, the Bruins home game with the Lipscomb Bisons Friday night, the second annual "Battle of the Boulevard' Cup, will be played at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville, about a 45-minute drive from campus. Game time is at 7 for the Atlantic Sun opener for both teams.
Angel Chairez scored the lone goal Sunday afternoon in the Bisons 1-0 victory over Wofford. The Bisons have won three of their last four games going into their conference opener against Belmont at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville, Tenn., on Friday at 7 p.m.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team ended a two-game win streak Friday night with a 2-1 loss to Furman at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. The game was the Atlantic Sun Game of the Week. The Bisons, 3-5, will host Wofford Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Furman raised its record to 4-4-1 with the win.
MACON, Ga. - One week after hosting its first Division I tournament, Lipscomb's men's soccer team hosts its second tournament, the A-Sun/SoCon Shootout. The Bisons open the four-team event with the preseason favorite from the Southern Conference, Furman at 7:30pm CT on Friday in the A-Sun Game of the Week. The match can be seen on ASun.TV.
Lipscomb's Miguel DaSilva carried the Bisons to their first tournament title in the NCAA era in winning the Atlantic Sun's Player of the Week, the conference office announced on Monday. DaSilva, a sophomore, scored in both games of the Hyatt Place Select-Brentwood Invitational, the first tournament ever hosted by the Bisons.
If you are going to host your first tournament then you might as well win it. Such was the situation for the Lipscomb Bisons who beat UNC-Asheville 3-1 to win the Hyatt Place Select-Brentwood Invitational at the Lipscomb soccer complex. The Bisons also beat Presbyterian 2-0 Friday night.
After defeating Presbyterian 2-0 Friday night, the Bisons will conclude the Hyatt Place Select-Brentwood Invitational against UNC Asheville Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Atlantic Sun Game of the Week. The game can be seen on ASun.TV.
The Lipscomb Bisons Soccer team earned their second shutout of the season in the first round of the Hyatt Place Select-Brentwood Invitational on the campus of Lipscomb University. They beat Presbyterian College 2-0 Friday in a hard-fought match that contained nine yellow cards and one red card.
Lipscomb's Bisons will play host to their first ever soccer tournament this Friday and Sunday. The Hyatt Place Select-Brentwood Invitational will also feature Belmont University, UNC-Asheville and Presbyterian College. Belmont will play UNC-Asheville Friday at 5 followed by Lipscomb and Presbyterian at 7:30.
All the Lipscomb Bisons needed was to hold on for another 57 seconds to tie the United States Naval Academy. But Sunday morning at UMBC Stadium in Baltimore, Md., the Bisons allowed the winning goal at the 109:03 for a 3-2 Navy win in the second round of the Adidas Kick-Off Classic. The tournament was hosted by the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
The Lipscomb Bisons and Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC) finished tied in several categories except the most important one. Both teams made eight shots with both teams taking three in the first half and five in the second. Both teams attempted three shots on goal. But one of those three shots for UMBC found its way past freshman Lipscomb goalkeeper Patrick Walsh Friday night for a 1-0 win in the first round of the Adidas Kick-Off Classic in Baltimore, Md.
The Lipscomb Bisons lost 4-1 Sunday morning to Winthrop in the second round of the Soccer For A Cure Classic at Greene-Harbison Stadium on the campus of Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. The Bisons jumped out to a 1-0 lead at 9:59 of the first half when sophomore forward Miguel DaSilva connected on a penalty kick. It was his third goal of the tournament and his second successful penalty kick of the season.
The Lipscomb Bisons soccer team opened the regular season in a strong note with a 4-0 win over host Gardner-Webb in the Soccer For A Cure Classic in Boiling Springs, N.C. Friday night. Coach Charles Morrow not only opened his fourth season at Lipscomb with a shutout, but he was also able to play everyone who made the trip.
Lipscomb Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow got a chance to look at several of his new players in action on a muggy Friday night in an exhibition game with Christian Brothers at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex. Morrow played 26 players in the 1-0 loss to Christian Brothers.
Lipscomb Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow will get a look at his team under game conditions Friday night in an exhibition with Christian Brothers at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex at 6:00 p.m.
Lipscomb sophomore forward Miguel DaSilva was named to the Atlantic Sun Preseason All-Conference Team, the conference announced Wednesday. DaSilva set school records for goals (10) and points (20) in a season last year as a redshirt freshman earning a spot on the All-Freshman team. The Bisons face Christian Brothers at home in an exhibition on August 22 at 6:00 p.m.
The Cap Haitian orphanage soccer team looks a lot like the Lipscomb Bisons this summer. Dr. Lynn Griffith, long-time professor and director of tennis for Lipscomb, has been involved for many years in missionary work in Haiti. This year he asked Bisons soccer coach Charles Morrow if he had any old uniforms he no longer needed. Morrow responded by sending a home and away package of uniforms.
The Lipscomb University men's soccer team has been nominated for the 2008 NCAA Sportsmanship Award by the Atlantic Sun Conference at the request of Bradley University, a private college located in Peoria, Ill. On August 12, 2007, tragedy struck the Bradley community with the death of men's soccer player Danny Dahlquist, who died in a fire at his residence.
The Tennessee Futsal League will be holding a three-day tournament Aug. 1 through Aug. 3 at Allen Arena at Lipscomb University. The Friendship Cup Tournament at Lipscomb is designed to promote and benefit scholarship funds for local club soccer teams and introduce Futsal to Nashville.
The Tennessee Futsal League will be holding a three-day tournament Aug. 1 through Aug. 3 at Allen Arena at Lipscomb University. The Friendship Cup Tournament at Lipscomb is designed to promote and benefit scholarship funds for local club soccer teams and introduce Futsal to Nashville.