The Bisons fought the weather and the Belmont Bruins in tennis and lost on both counts, with the match ending early due to sleet. The Bisons fell 4-0 in the Atlantic Sun match.
The Bisons won the doubles point, but only Danlei Hangstefer could manage a win in singles competition Saturday against Mercer in an Atlantic Sun match.
The Bisons swept the doubles matches, but only Daniel Hangstefer and James Murrell won their singles matches in a 4-3 loss Friday to Kennesaw State in an Atlantic Sun match.
Daniel Hangstefer forced a tie-breaker in his match, but came up short and the Bisons fell 7-0 at top-rated Stetson in DeLand, Fla., Saturday.
The Bisons won three of six singles matches at Florida Gulf Coast Thursday, but lost the double point and the match 4-3 in Atlantic Sun play.
The Bisons fell 7-0 to North Florida Saturday at the Whitworth Country Club.In singles play five of the six matches were decided in three sets.
The Bisons lost 6-1 Friday night in an Atlantic Sun home match with Jacksonville.
The Bisons lost the doubles point, but came back to win four singles matches and edge IPFW 4-3 on Wednesday March 11 in Nashville.
The Bisons finished out their weekend road trip in Spartanburg, S.C., in a non-conference matchup against Wofford College. The Bisons lost 6-0.
Lipscomb tennis is still searching for a win on the road this weekend in South Carolina. The Bisons lost their second Atlantic Sun Conference match this weekend 7-0 to USC-Upstate.
The Bisons began conference play in Johnson City, Tenn. Friday at the Buddy Hartsell Tennis Center on the campus of East Tennessee State University with a 7-0 loss. The Buccaneers are No. 60 in the nation and No. 1 in the Atlantic Sun.
The Bisons lost 4-3 at Western Kentucky in Bowling Green Saturday.
In their sixth match of the season the Bisons fell 7-0 to Abilene Christian University Feb. 26 in Nashville. The Bisons are 4-2 this season. Abiliene Christian is 11-1.
The Bisons made it a clean sweep with two match wins in the Dayton Collegiate Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Dayton, Ohio. They are 4-1 this season.
The Lipscomb Bisons played their second home non-conference match of the year Friday Feb. 13, losing a close match to the University of Tennessee-Martin by a 4-3 score.
The Lipscomb Bisons continued their successful start to tennis season in non-conference play Saturday at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn. The Bisons started strong, winning the doubles point. Mario Hernandez and Daniel Hangstefer defeated Lucas de Brito and Leu Locatelli, 9-7.
The men's tennis team held its season opener on Friday night at Whitworth Tennis Center. For the Bisons, it was a season opener that had been dreamed of. Entering the 2009 season with just one win in the previous year, the Bisons swept their match against the University of Alabama A&M by a score of 7-0.
Coach Andrew Harris and his Bison tennis team are gearing up for their first match of the season on January 23rd. With a young, but capable team, the Bison are looking for a successful season in a tough, competitive conference.
The Lipscomb Bisons and Lady Bisons tennis teams were each picked to finish eleventh in the Atlantic Sun in a poll by the league's head coaches the conference office announced on Wednesday.
This weekend the Bisons traveled to Cookeville, Tenn. to play Tennessee Tech. Mario Hernandez closed out well; winning his doubles match with Daniel Hangstefer. The duo defeated Dean O'Brien & Josh Grilling 8-6. Hernandez also was the lone winner for Lipscomb in the singles match; defeating James Crawford 6-4, 1-6, (10-8).
The Bisons defeated the Ohio Valley Conference's newest member, University of Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Saturday in a close match, by a score of 4-3. Lipscomb won the doubles point. Mario Hernandez and Daniel Hangstefer defeated Paulo Gonzalez and Mike Chamberlain 8-6. Joe McArdle and Andy Mizell defeated Jordan Faulkenberg and Morten Christensen 8-0.
The Bisons traveled to UT-Martin on Friday September 26th. They lost with a final score of 7-0. Andy Mizell and Joe McArdle won their doubles match, beating Markov & Harris by a score of 8-5. The Bisons will travel to Austin Peay on October 10th.
The Bisons and Lady Bisons finished their first fall tournament Sunday with two singles and a doubles team participating in the championship round of the Steve Baras Classic Sunday hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Men's tennis kicked off their fall season this weekend at the Steve Baras Fall Classic hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. After a slow start on day one, the Bisons gained a win in doubles from James Murrell and Chad Pierron over Alex Butnarcuic and Chase Price of UTC 8-5. Murrell and Pierron advanced to the quarterfinals.