Hernandez will get the opportunity to lead the program he has been an assistant of the last three seasons.
With 82.27 percent of student-athletes claiming a 3.0 grade-point-average or higher, the Bisons have earned the ASUN Conference Academic Champions Trophy for the 4th-straight year.
The Bisons gathered in Allen Arena on Wednesday night to honor the best of the last year in Lipscomb Athletics.
The Bisons held strong for much of the afternoon against FGCU but in the end, the Eagles prevailed with a 4-2 win in Ft. Myers, Florida.
It was an early Sunday morning finish for the Bisons in a 4-1 win over No. 2 seed Stetson in Ft. Myers meaning the squad advances to the ASUN Championship for the first time in school history. The match will air live on ESPN3.
Rallying from a 3-0 deficit, the No. 6 Bisons upended No. 3 Kennesaw State on Friday night in Ft. Myers, Florida at the ASUN Championship. Lipscomb advances to take on No. 2 Stetson at 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Senior Rob Mitchell made it three-straight seasons as a First-Team All-ASUN selection on Thursday night at the league's postseason banquet.
The No. 6- seeded Bisons will face No. 3-seeded Kennesaw State in the first round of the ASUN Tournament.
The Bisons lost 5-2 to Kennesaw State but earned the sixth seed in the tournament when USC Upstate beat NJIT.
Rob Mitchell, the lone senior on the team, will be honored by Lipscomb on "Senior Day".
Manzanares and Chaw take wins as Bisons fall 5-2 at FGCU in ASUN match.
After winning the doubles point the Bisons won only one singles match.
The Bisons will play a non-conference match at FAU and then head to FGCU for an important ASUN match.
Rob Mitchell is 4-0 in ASUN matches at No. 1 and is ranked 118th nationally.
Mitchell wins his first ASUN POTW of the season after beating two of the top players in the conference last week.
Mitchell and Cardenas pick up wins at Bisons drop a 5-2 ASUN home match to UNF.
Mitchell and Manzanares win, but the Bisons fall 4-2 to Stetson Wednesday morning.
The Bisons face a pair of Florida teams in Stetson and North Florida Thursday morning and Saturday afternoon.
The Bisons lost the doubles point and split the singles matches in a 4-3 ASUN Conference loss at USC Upstate.
The Bisons won the doubles point and were victorious in five-of-six singles matches on the way to 6-1 win at NJIT Thursday night.
The Bisons travel to both NJIT and USC Upstate this week as ASUN Conference play begins.
The Bisons won the doubles point and went on to dominate singles play in a 5-2 win at UNC-Asheville.
With just two matches remaining before ASUN Conference play starts up, the Lipscomb men’s tennis team looks to sharpen some things up this week when it travels to UNC-Asheville and Gardner-Webb for a pair of matches.
In 4-2 win over Ball St. the Bisons win the doubles point and three singles matches.
Bisons will face familiar foe in Ball State Friday morning at Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center.
Dr. James Lee McDonough, a former history professor at Lipscomb University, was on campus Tuesday night talking about his book on William Tecumseh Sherman.
Minet praised by Hernandez for his ability to overcome adversity.
Bisons hang toiugh but it isn't enough.
Dayton and Eastern Kentucky will be major tests for the Bisons,
Doubles win over No. 25-ranked team is a highlight.
Both Lipscomb and Tennessee are well-rested heading into Saturday's match.
Five singles wins give Lipscomb a 5-2 win.
Doubles point has been a strong asset for the Bisons.
Doubles point win is a confidence booster for the Bisons.
Nationally-ranked Kentucky is the next challenge for the Bisons.
The Bisons travel to Clarksville and then head north to face nationally-ranked Kentucky this weekend.
The Bisons are still looking for their first match win of the season after loss at UAB.
Bisons will challenge UAB in a rare early season outdoor match.
For the fourth season in a row Lipscomb and Tennessee Tech go down to the wire.
The Bisons return home Saturday to face Tennessee Tech at Richland Country Club.
The Lipscomb men’s tennis team is set to begin its spring campaign on Friday as the Bisons take on Vanderbilt at 5 p.m. at the Currey Indoor Tennis Center.
Franklin's Skrabut is ranked in the top 10 in Tennessee.
Daniel Cardenas played successful matches at CBC Invite.
Players will be performing on clay courts, an unusual experience for college players.
Hernandez wants to see his players continue to gain confidence against top competition.
Bisons continue a hard-working fall schedule.
Mitchell's win is the first over a nationally-ranked player during the coaching tenure of Hernandez.
Hernandez looking for strong finish in last fall tournament.
Cardenas, Mitchell have impressive performances.
Hernandez gets a long look at four of his players during tournament.
Fall is a developmental time for tennis and coach Mario Hernandez is using the matches to give his players more experience.
Chaw's debut a highlight for the Bisons.
Hernandez likes the chemistry and talent on his team this season.
Lipscomb's Philippe Courteau was selected as one of the top players in Canada to work with pro players during the Rogers Cup in Montreal.
Coach Mario Hernandez has put together a challenging schedule with plans for a successful ASUN record as the result.