After play was postponed on Monday due to rain, officials have made the decision to play a final round of 18 holes on Tuesday for the ASUN Championship.
Lipscomb baseball returns home for the Battle of the Boulevard on Tuesday when rival Belmont visits Ken Dugan Field at 6 p.m. The game will be a part of “Lipscomb Athletics Community Appreciation Day” to show Lipscomb’s appreciation and love for our community.
The Lipscomb softball team is set for a quick turnaround as the Lady Bisons welcome Battle of the Boulevard rival Belmont to Draper Diamond on Tuesday.
With five birdies on his scorecard, senior Eric Ansett topped the leaderboard at the ASUN Championship with a -4, 68. He and the Bisons finished round one in 2nd-place after combining to shoot a team total of -2, 286.
Senior Jenny Muesing paced Lipscomb with a +8, 81 in the opening round of the ASUN Championship Sunday at the Legends Course of Chateau Elan in Braselton, Georiga.
After three full innings of action on Sunday, the Lipscomb softball team’s series finale at Kennesaw State has been cancelled due to rain. The game was tied 5-5.
The Lipscomb track and field squad completed another successful weekend as the Bisons turned in strong performances at the Georgia Tech Invitational, Virginia Challenge, and Bellarmine Classic.
The Lipscomb women's tennis team saw its season come to an end on Saturday, as the Bisons fell 4-0 to UNF.
Dawson Armstrong earned his third-consecutive ASUN Men’s Golfer of Year honor, while Eric Ansett was named the ASUN Scholar Athlete of the Year for the second straight year when the league announced its postseason awards Saturday night.