Sophomore Lipscomb tennis player Rob Mitchell has been named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference First Team. Alejandro Manzanares was named to the All-Freshman Team.
Rob Mitchell, a sophomore who plays in the No. 1 position for Lipscomb, earned his first berth on the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team with a 3.61 GPA in Financial Management. He is from Southhampton, England.
Coach Mario Hernandez was unhappy with the loss, but he liked the effort as the Lipscomb men’s tennis team fell to Atlantic Sun Conference foe Kennesaw State 6-1 Saturday.
The Lipscomb Bisons couldn’t get things going Thursday as USC-Upstate won an A-Sun 6-0 at Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center on the Lipscomb campus.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team will look to turn things around in Atlantic Sun Conference play this weekend as they face off with USC-Upstate on Thursday at 9 a.m. before traveling to Kennesaw State on Saturday.
Lipscomb tennis was set to take on Atlantic Sun Conference foe USC-Upstate on Thursday but expected upcoming bad weather has forced a schedule change.
Men's tennis came out aggressive by taking the doubles point, but it could not quite keep up as Stetson took the 5-2 decision in Atlantic Sun Conference action Saturday in DeLand. Alejandro Manzanares helped Lipscomb get both of its points with a win in both singles and doubles play.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team fell to 0-2 in conference play on Thursday with a 6-1 loss to Florida Gulf Coast in Fort Myers. Florida Gulf Coast came out and took the doubles point to start things off and did not look back from there.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team gets to travel to Florida over the weekend for conference matches against Florida Gulf Coast and Stetson. Play against Florida Gulf Coast (11-5, 2-0) will begin on Thursday at 4 p.m.
Greg Chambers is a member of the Lipscomb Athletic Hall of Fame since 2002 for his prowess on the tennis court. He and his wife, Amanda, have a 12-year-old daughter, Anna, who attends Ensworth. He spent some time this week talking with lipscombsports.com.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis looked to avenge a loss to Kentucky from earlier in the season on Saturday, but fell 4-1. Play started with singles and on a high note for the Bisons as Rob Mitchell picked up an early win at Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center.
The Lipscomb men's tennis team got a standout performance from Rob Mitchell, but it wasn't enough in a 4-1 Atlantic Sun loss to North Florida.
The Lipscomb Bisons tennis team had a successful final tune-up before the start of the Atlantic Sun portion of the season. Wednesday night at the Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center on the Lipscomb campus the Bisons beat North Alabama 6-1.
It may be spring break, but the men’s tennis team is finding no time to rest. The Bisons are back in action Wednesday against North Alabama at 3 p.m. and then face the first Atlantic Sun challenge of the season when North Florida visits at 2 p.m. A last minute addition is a visit Saturday at 6 p.m. from Kentucky.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team picked up a big win on Saturday as they defeated Ball State 4-3. The Bisons got down early as Ball State took the doubles point to start the match but bounced back heading into singles play.
The extreme cold and wintry conditions have put a chill on the Lipscomb tennis schedule for this weekend.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team traveled to Murfreesboro on Wednesday for a midweek battle with Middle Tennessee and started the match hot, but would eventually fall 6-1. Lipscomb picked up the point in doubles play as two teams won their respective duals.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team traveled to SIU at Carbondale on Saturday and improved their record to 7-4 with a 4-3 victory.
The Lipscomb Bisons tennis team will make a trip to Carbondale, Illinois on Saturday to face SIU-Carbondale at 2 p.m. SIU-Carbondale will enter the match at 3-5 and coming off of consecutive wins. The Bisons are familiar with Carbondale as they faced last year with Lipscomb falling 7-0.
Lipscomb's Rob Mitchell grabbed wins at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles this week to earn the Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week award, announced by the league office on Wednesday.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team finished its weekend trip to Birmingham with a 4-0 defeat to No. 29 Kentucky. The Bisons will be back in action on Saturday as they travel to Illinois for a match at SIU at Carbondale.
The Bisons won the doubles point but fell short in a close match at Samford Saturday night.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team will fight the cold weather to travel to Birmingham, Alabama, where they will take on Samford and Kentucky over the weekend. The Bisons will be looking to extend their five match win streak.
Both the men's and women's tennis teams have canceled matches for Friday due to the extreme weather conditions expected. Both matches will probably be rescheduled.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team pushed its win streak to five on Saturday with a 4-3 defeat of Austin Peay. The Bisons will now get to rest and recover as they are off until hosting Morehead State on Friday, February 20th at Richland Country Club.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team will be seeking its fifth match win in a row on the road in Clarksville when it takes on Austin Peay at noon Saturday. Lipscomb (5-2) are coming off wins against Abilene Christian, Belmont and Tennessee Tech last weekend.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team won its fourth match in a row Saturday defeating Tennessee Tech 4-3 at Richland Country Club. Sophomore John Tougher secured the victory with a 6-3, 6-4 victory in the night's final match.
Lipscomb knocked off rival Belmont, 5-2, Friday to win its third straight match and improve to 4-2. Doubles play continues to be a strength for the Bisons, as they secured the point for the fifth-consecutive match.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team started its weekend on a high note picking up its third win of the season Thursday, defeating Abilene Christian 7-0. With the win the Bisons improve to (3-2). Senior Daniel Hernandez picked up his first singles victory of the season (6-1, 6-2) in the sweep.
Lipscomb’s men’s tennis team went two for three on the weekend, finishing with a 4-3 victory over Dayton on Sunday. For the third day in a row the Bisons won the doubles point. That point would prove to be crucial at the end of the day.
A day after picking up a win over Wright State, the Lipscomb men's tennis team tried to keep its momentum rolling by grabbing the point in doubles play to get things started, but was unable to hold off Xavier in singles action on Saturday.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team picked up its first win of the season with a 5-2 victory over Wright State on Friday in Dayton, Ohio. Rob Mitchell was undefeated Friday grabbing a win in both singles and doubles play.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team will take its first road trip of the season as it travels to Ohio for matches against Wright State, Xavier and Dayton over the weekend. They will take on Wright State in Dayton on Friday, Xavier in Cincinnati on Saturday and back to Dayton to face the Flyers Sunday.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team opened its spring season Friday against the 19th-ranked Vanderbilt Commodores inside the Currey Tennis Center. The Bisons fell 0-4. Freshman Rob Mitchell took set one 6-4 in his singles match, but the match was not finished.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team will start their spring season Friday as it travels to 19th-ranked Vanderbilt with action starting at 5 p.m. Sophomore Jough Tougher was voted team captain for the 2015 spring season.
Lipscomb men’s tennis coach Mario Hernandez has announced the addition of four players to bolster the spring season roster. The men open the season Jan. 16 at Vanderbilt in a 5 p.m. indoor match.
David Salazar has a master's degree in accounting from Lipscomb University but the lure of the tennis court has overtaken his pursuit of recording financial transactions.
Daniel Hernandez and the Lipscomb men's tennis team opens ITA Regional action Wednesday. Teams from all over the region will be participating, including Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Indiana and Vanderbilt, among others.
The Lipscomb men and women’s tennis teams traveled to Chattanooga over the weekend to take part in the UTC/Steve Baras Fall Classic. Both coaches were looking to get their teams some experience against competition similar to what they will see during the spring.
On a bright, sunny Saturday at the Lipscomb Racquet Club at the Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center team members, coaches and alumni celebrated 15 years of NCAA Division I tennis and 35 years of service by Lynn Griffith with the tennis program.
The Lipscomb Bison and Lady Bison tennis teams will be holding the annual Bison Bash this Saturday at the Lipscomb Racquet Club.
The first day of practice can be filled with nervous tension for coaches of any sport, but it helps when the first day doesn't feel like the first day.
Lipscomb men’s tennis coach Mario Hernandez has put together a challenging schedule for the 2014-15 season in order to prepare his team to make a run in the Atlantic Sun.
Lipscomb men's tennis coach Mario Hernandez has added brother Geoff to the staff for the upcoming 2014-15 season as a volunteer assistant. Geoff brings a vast amount of experience at the professional and collegiate levels.