The 2012 campaign came to a conclusion for Lipscomb track and field Saturday night. Though no qualifiers moved on to the next round of NCAA Championship competition, history was made simply by qualifying three athletes for the preliminary rounds, a first for the program during the Division I era.
Sophomores Dani Walker and Tucker Peabody will be joined by freshman Kendra Lobley at this weekend's preliminary round of the NCAA Track and Field Championships, hosted by North Florida. Peabody will be the first Lipscomb athlete to compete at 8 p.m. (ET), Friday.
Sophomores Tucker Peabody and Dani Walker and freshman Kendra Lobley will represent Lipscomb in the NCAA Championship Preliminary Round of competition in Jacksonville, Fla. May 24-26.
Led by sophomore Dani Walker's school-record 800m run mark and another record set by freshman thrower April Terry, Lipscomb track and field turned in a number of solid performances against strong competition at this weekend's Georgia Tech Invitational.
This weekend's Georgia Tech Invite provides the Lipscomb track and field athletes one more opportunity to earn a spot in the field at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Jacksonville, Fla., May 24.
Five men and four women's Lipscomb track and field student-athletes earned spots on the 2012 A-Sun Outdoor track and field Academic All-Conference teams the conference office announced Friday.
Led by sophomore Dani Walker's school-record 5000m run, the Lipscomb track and field teams turned in a strong performance at yesterday's Oxy Invite in Los Angeles.
Lipscomb track and field athletes will be hard at work at this weekend's Oxy Invite in Los Angeles, hoping to earn marks that will qualify them for the NCAA East Regional preliminary round at the end of May.
Freshman Kendra Lobley, sophomore Tucker Peabody and the men's 4x400m relay team picked up gold medals on the second day of competition at the A-Sun Outdoor Championships.
Behind five school records and a gold medal-winning performance from freshman Kendra Lobley, the Lipscomb track and field teams got off to a strong start at the 2012 Atlantic Sun Outdoor track and field championships, Friday.
The Bisons and Lady Bisons will be in Jacksonville, Fla. for this weekend's Atlantic Sun Outdoor Track and Field Championships, hosted by North Florida. With three A-Sun Athlete of the Week honors last week, Lipscomb appears to be peaking at the right time this season.
Freshman Houston Ward has been named the A-Sun men's field Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Wednesday.
With two school records and three event victories, the LU track and field teams came away from Saturday's Boston Moon Classic feeling good about the state of the squad heading into next weekend's Atlantic Sun Outdoor Championships in Jacksonville.
With the Atlantic Sun Outdoor Championships coming up next weekend, the Lispcomb track and field teams will get one final tune-up before the conference meet this weekend at Tennessee State's Boston Moon Classic.
Both 4x400m relay teams set school records, while the distance runners displayed sustained excellence for the Lipscomb men and women's track and field teams this weekend at the Auburn Tiger Track Classic.
With the run up to the A-Sun Outdoor Championships in full effect, Lipscomb heads to Auburn, Ala. this weekend for the Tiger Track Classic hoping to earn top marks.
Lipscomb put together a strong day at the Ole Miss Invite, Saturday, in Oxford, Miss. The Bison and Lady Bison had high marks in both track and field events.
Led by junior Ashton Fisher's school-record steeplechase run, Lipscomb earned several top marks at Friday's Raleigh Relays.
Lipscomb track and field is scheduled to have representatives at two meets this weekend. Most will be in Oxford, Miss. for the Ole Miss Invite, while a small selection will go to North Carolina for the Raleigh Relays.
Coming out of Spring Break, the Lipscomb track and field teams put up strong marks at the Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational, Saturday.
Lipscomb track and field will be in Nashville this weekend when the travel across town to Vanderbilt University for the Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational.
Lipscomb put together another strong weekend on the track and in the field at Saturday's Rhodes Open in Memphis. Lipscomb athletes set several school and personal-bests.
The Bison and Lady Bison track and field teams make the trek down I-40 this weekend for the Rhodes Open in Memphis.
The Lipscomb track and field teams return to Nashville with numerous victories and personal-bests from a great weekend of competition at the Birmingham-Southern Invitational.
In just a few Friday night events, the Lipscomb track and field teams left a big mark at the Birmingham Southern Invitational. The steeplechase was a big event for the Bison, with junior Isaiah Greer earning a win and freshman Kendra Lobley placing second.
The Lipscomb track and field teams head to Birmingham this weekend for the Birmingham Southern Invitational. This meet has become a staple of the Lipscomb schedule, with the Bison track and field teams in attendance each of the last four seasons.
The field athletes carried the Bison and Lady Bison track and field team on Day Two at the UNF Spring Break Invitational.
Strong distance running was the backbone of the Lipscomb attack on Day One at the UNF Spring Break Invitational, Friday.
Four Lipscomb men's athletes and two representatives from the women's team were named to the Atlantic Sun Indoor Track and Field Academic All-Conference team, announced Thursday by the conference office.
Lipscomb track and field heads south for the the sun at the UNF Spring Break Invitational, this weekend. While most Bison and Lady Bison athletes will be in Florida, sophomore Tucker Peabody will be at the High Tide Qualifier, hoping for a mark to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Lipscomb athletes earned 14 medals in 10 events at the 2012 A-Sun Indoor Championships, breaking seven school records over the course of the two-day event.
Freshmen Matthew Deery and Houston Ward and the women's distance medley relay team earned spots on the podium for their performances on the first day of the 2012 A-Sun Indoor Championships. The event continues tomorrow from Johnson City.
The Bison and Lady Bison track and field teams return to Johnson City, Friday, for the 2012 Atlantic Sun Indoor Championships.
Sophomore sprinter Tucker Peabody and freshman thrower April Terry earned Atlantic Sun Track and Field Athlete of the Week honors, the conference office announced Wednesday.
Sophomores Dani Walker (800m run) and Tessa Hoefle (3000m run) broke school records on the final day of the Hoosier Hills Invitational, Saturday. A total of eight school indoor marks fell during the two-day event.
Lipscomb track and field eclipsed six school indoor track and field records on Day One of the Hoosier Hills Invitational in Bloomington, Ind. Sophomore Dani Walker broke the mile run record, while four freshmen set other school-best marks.
Lipscomb head coach Bill Taylor has built the Bison program into one of the top in the Southeast. Before coming to Lipscomb, he created a program from scratch at Northwest (Wash.) University and won a national championship in women's cross country.
Lipscomb track and field ended a long weekend, Sunday, at the TSU Invite. Freshmen Houston Ward and April Terry had big days in the shot put and hammer throw, and the Lipscomb men and women distance medley relay teams won their respective events.
More records fell on Day Two of the ETSU Niswonger Invitational, Saturday, in Johnson City. Sophomore Tucker Peabody had the day's biggest highlight, winning the 200m dash final and lowering his school record in the event to 21.28s.
Sophomore Tucker Peabody set two of the four school records the Lipscomb track and field team broke, Friday, at the ETSU Niswonger Invitational. Freshmen Matthew Deery (60m hurdles) and Colin Dempster (400m dash) also set Lipscomb records.
After a weekend away from competition, Lipscomb track and field gets back underway at two competitions this weekend. Friday and Saturday, the Bison will be at ETSU and the Niswonger Invitational, and will be in Nashville, Sunday, for the TSU Invite.
Lipscomb sophomore sprinter Tucker Peabody has been named Atlantic Sun Track Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Wednesday afternoon.
Lead by sophomore Tucker Peabody, freshman Colin Dempster and junior Ryan Whitley, Lipscomb showed toughness and determination on day two of the SIU Saluki Booster, Saturday.
Freshman April Terry added to her school weight throw record and pole vaulter Matthew Deery put together a runner-up finish in his first collegiate pole vault event on Day One at the Saluki Booster, Friday.
Lipscomb track and field will head to Carbondale, Ill. for the Saluki Booster, beginning Friday at 4 p.m. This will be Lipscomb's third meet of the indoor season, and head coach Bill Taylor is confident his teams will continue their improvement this weekend.
Highlighted by very good performances from the sprint teams, Lipscomb track and field came back from the Christmas break with a strong day at Saturday's Ed Temple Classic, hosted by Tennessee State.
With returners such as Dillon Seigenthaler and Tucker Peabody, head coach Bill Taylor has high hopes for the men's track and field team this season. Find out more about the season and this weekend's Ed Temple Classic inside.
In the first indoor meet of the 2011-12 season, Lipscomb track and field set six school records at the MTSU Christmas Invitational, Saturday.
Lipscomb track and field will open the 2011-12 campaign MTSU's Christmas Invitational, Saturday at 10 a.m. inside the Murphy Center.
Lipscomb head coach Bill Taylor released the 2011-12 Lipscomb track and field schedule, Friday. Prestigious meets in California, Florida and Alabama are among the events the Bisons are scheduled to compete in.
Three new assistants join head coach Bill Taylor's staff for the cross country and track and field seasons, while two members of the current staff will have new roles within the team.
Lipscomb's men's track and field squad was recognized as a 2011 Division I All-Academic Track and Field team, Wednesday, by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association
Lipscomb track and field coach Bill Taylor has announced his team awards and achievements for the 2011 season. The indoor and outdoor seasons were highlighted by the breaking of 36 school records.
Dani Walker finished twelfth in the 5000-meter at the United States Junior National Championship. Her time of 17:42.76 is her all-time 5000m PR. Tucker Peabody finished seventeenth in the 100m in 10.80 and was disqualified in the 200m.