There will be three camps throughout the summer run by Lady Bisons coaches and players
With her on and off the field performance this season, graduated pitcher McCarley Thomas represents the Bisons on the eight-member team.
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.
A season that opened with so many questions was a success on many levels for the Lady Bisons.
Fortel, left, is a JUCO transfer who is expected to be a key part of the pitching rotation. Endris, right, will provide power and versatility.
Lipscomb first baseman Caitlin Plocheck had a career season and was named Southeast Region Third Team.
Jordan adds ASUN Tournament Team to her season honors.
Destinee Brewer shows her disappointment after the Lady Bisons fell 3-1 to FGCU Friday night for their second loss in the ASUN Tournament.
Due to rain and wet grounds the Lady Bisons will play FGCU at 3 p.m. The winner advances to face Kennesaw State at 5:30.
Both Lipscomb and FGCU are trying to climb out of the loser's bracket in the ASUN Conference Softball Championship.
The Lady Bisons used RBI from four different players, including Chloe Yeager, in a 4-1 win over Jacksonville Thursday afternoon to stay alive in the ASUN Tournament.
The Lady Bisons fell 4-0 to FGCU Wednesday night and now must battle out of the loser's bracket against Jacksonville Thursday.
The No. 5-seeded Lady Bisons will face No. 4 seed FGCU in the opening day of the ASUN Conference Tournament.
In addition to Plocheck, Mandy Jordan was a Second Team selection and middle infielders Hannah DeVault and Peyton Ward were voted to the All-Freshman Team.
Pitchers Mandy Jordan and McCarley Thomas and outfielder Kasey Gibson were named to the ASUN Conference All-Academic Softball Team.
DeVault led with two hits, but a four-run third inning was the difference as the Lady Bisons fell 4-0 to FGCU in ASUN action Friday.
It was a long evening as the Lady Bisons lost 3-2 in nine innings at FGCU, but came back for a 10-2 win in the nightcap on 10 hits Thursday night.
Kasey Gibson, graduating this weekend with a degree in corporate management, earned her first-ever berth on the CoSIDA District 3 All-Academic Team.
The Lady Bisons are on the road at Florida Gulf Coast for the final regular season ASUN series.
The Lady Bisons had a tough weekend, but remained in the top 40 in the RPI.
The Lady Bisons got back on track after a two-hour, 24-minute rain delay, but fell 6-2 to Kennesaw State.
Due to expected inclement weather later this afternoon the softball game between Lipscomb and Kennesaw State will start at 1:30.
The Lady Bisons lost both ends of an ASUN doubleheader, falling to Kennesaw State 9-1 and 2-0 Saturday night.
The Lady Bisons welcome Kennesaw State this weekend in a key three-game conference series.
The Bisons gathered in Allen Arena on Wednesday night to honor the best of the last year in Lipscomb Athletics.
Mandy Jordan struck out 13 and gave up only four hits for her seventh shutout of the season Tuesday night.
The Lady Bisons are enjoying their "underdog" role this season.
The Lady Bisons drew a season-high nine walks in a 5-inning, run-rule, 12-0 win over Chattanooga on Thursday night in the Music City.
The Lady Bisons will play Chattanooga Thursday at 5 at Draper Diamond at Smith Stadium.
A three-run outburst in the eighth inning gave the Lady Bisons a 4-1 win at Louisville Tuesday night.
The Lady Bisons are 38th in the country in this week's RPI.
Jordan named ASUN Pitcher of the Week for third time this season after finishing 2-0 with 13 strikeouts against North Florida.
A potent second inning with three hits and a wild pitch gave the Lady Bisons all the runs they would need in a 2-1 win over North Florida.
Chloe Yeager's single in the seventh inning prevented the Lady Bisons from becoming victims of a no-hitter.
Two home runs brought in five runs and a double and single added two more as Lipscomb scored seven runs in an 8-1 win over UNF in game one.
Coach Kristin Ryman likes where her team stands as the Lady Bisons prepare for a three-game series with UNF.
When Lipscomb played Alabama in Florence, Alabama it was more than a game - it was a softball celebration.
Weather concerns force cancellation of game Tuesday night.
The Lady Bisons are ranked 38th in the latest RPI, the highest ranking of the season.
Sarah Higgins earned POTW honors with a .500 average, a two-run homer and two three-hit games.
Sarah Higgins (18), the leader at the plate with three hits, and pitcher Mandy Jordan (14) set the pace for the 7-1 win over Stetson Sunday.
Sarah Higgins tied her season game high with three hits, including a two-run homer in the first inning of a 5-3 win in the nightcap at Draper Diamond at Smith Stadium.
The Lady Bisons are 12-0 at Draper Diamond at Smith Stadium and the Hatters are making their first true road trip of the season.
Rena' Cothron is back at Draper Diamond at Smith Stadium, but she is in the press box instead of the field.
The Lady Bisons gave up two runs in the first and three in the sixth as No. 11/12 Alabama won 5-0 Wednesday night in Florence, Alabama.
The Lady Bisons are scheduled to play nationally-ranked Alabama Wednesday night at 6.
Fenichel, Gibson and DeVault get hits in 1-0 loss.
Hannah DeVault posted back-to-back multi-hit games and drove in two runs as the Lady Bisons won game one 2-1 and rallied to win game two 4-3.
Caitlin Plocheck has been a power source for the Lady Bisons as they travel to Jacksonville.
Plocheck and Fenichel combine for five hits and six RBI in a 7-2 win over Tennessee Tech Wednesday night.
Lady Bisons facing a single game with Tennessee Tech Wednesday night.
Lady Bisons move up five points to 42, the highest of any ASUN team.
Mandy Jordan threw an eight-inning 2-0, four-hit shutout to keep the Lady Bisons from being swept at USC Upstate Sunday.
Lipscomb lost 4-1 in eight in game one and 4-1 in the nightcap in ASUN doubleheader at USC Upstate Saturday.
Lady Bisons take a seven-game winning streak into a three-game series at USC Upstate.
Heather is joined by her brother, Heath; mother, April and father, Buddy.
The Lady Bisons rebounded from a 2-0 deficit for a 4-2 win in game two against Western Kentucky.
Lady Bisons score four runs on six hits in a 4-1 game one win over Western Kentucky.
The Lady Bisons have won their past five games heading into doubleheader with Western Kentucky.
Mandy Jordan was honored by the TSWA for the second time this season as pitcher of the week after a 3-0 week and 30 strikeouts in 15 innings.
Lipscomb, 21-7, is ranked one spot behind Kennesaw State with all ASUN teams in the top 150.
Jordan wins the award for the second time this season with a 3-0 record and 30 strikeouts in 15 innings.
Plocheck's walk-off single in the eighth gives Lipscomb a 7-6 win over Austin Peay State.
Lady Bisons win 8-0 in five innings in game two for the doubleheader sweep.
Lipscomb used a three-hit performance from Jordan and some timely hitting for 3-1 win over APSU in game one.
The Lady Bisons are fine tuning their game as the ASUN Conference opener draws near.
Mandy Jordan threw a two-hitter, and the Lady Bisons connected for 10 hits and nine runs, in a mid-week victory.
Lipscomb looking to get back in offensive mode.
Players will remember the good times over the weekend longer than the bad.
Lipscomb's Sunday game with Oakland was canceled by a mutual decision of the coaches due to weather conditions.
Mandy Jordan bounced back after two lengthy rain delays in a four-hit, 6-2 win over Memphis.
The Lady Bisons lost in the eighth inning twice Friday, the second a 3-2 decision to Indiana.
Lipscomb manages only three hits in eight-inning loss to Western Illinois.
Abby White, Destinee Brewer and Kasey Gibson, from left, form a potent outfield quartet with Khayla Green.
Jordan ties her season high for strikeouts on the way to her 10th victory of the season.
"I have learned that Christ will shine out of me when I use my gift for Him. I have realized we all truly want a purpose, to be part of something bigger than ourselves: a team. I get to be on God’s team. I live out a metaphor of life every day at work."
Start time of Campbell game has been changed to 4 p.m.
Lady Bisons are doing everything well, but are working to get even better.
The Lady Bisons combined for 19 hits in their wins on the second day of the Purple and Gold Challenge.
Plocheck drives in three runs on three hits to lead Lipscomb offense.
Big hits were the order of the day as seven of eight runs were scored on extra-base shots.
Lady Bisons excited to be playing in front of their home crowd.
Caitlin Plocheck and Sarah Higgins combine for five of nine Lipscomb hits.
Lady Bisons are opening home schedule with Wright State.
Jordan wins first ever TSWA Pitcher of the Week honors.
Battling the flu gives a perspective on the passage of time.
Jordan went 3-0 and added a save as she recorded two shutouts, including a 1-0 win over No. 19 Pitt.
Lipscomb scores late to take 4-2 win over Troy.
Lady Bisons comeback leaves them two runs short of a win.
Yeager's home run is the first of her college career.
Hannah DeVault's three-run homer was a key hit as Lipscomb overcame a 6-0 deficit.
Plocheck seals the win over the previously unbeaten Panthers with a solo homer in the seventh.
Pittsburgh, ranked No. 19, Troy and Southeastern Louisiana round out the tournament.
Thomas and her teammates enjoyed a successful weekend on the field and a fun visit to an historical city.
Thomas earns second pitching award for the week.
Thomas gets two wins and a save as Lady Bisons go 4-1 for the weekend.
It was one of those days when nothing worked for the Lady Bisons.
Lipscomb combines for 25 hits and 24 runs in two-game sweep.
Fenichel leads the way with three hits and five RBI.
One run was all the Lady Bisons needed.
Gibson's two-RBI triple provides the winning spark for the Lady Bisons.
There are games to be played and lessons to be learned by the Lady Bisons this weekend.
McCarley Thomas returns for another season of inside stories.
Lipscomb posted a five-run comeback to beat Furman 5-2.
A quick start by the Lady Bisons is erased by Marshall.
A two-run homer by Caitlin Plocheck seals the victory.
Peyton Ward hit her first collegiate home run, but it was the only run the Lady Bisons scored against Florida State.
Plocheck leads Lipscomb with two hits in 2-1 loss to Marshall.
Two slogans are motivating the Lady Bisons this season.
Pitching is the unknown as softball opens the 2017 season.
Kristen Sturdivant teaches two fifth grade classes at Lipscomb Academy, serves as an assistant softball coach and also cheers on her hometown Memphis Grizzlies.
Coaches vote Lipscomb fourth in regular season in close race.
Lipscomb's softball team will provide a preview of the 2017 season during its annual fundraising dinner Jan. 21.
Coach Kristin Ryman has put together another challenging schedule for the Lady Bisons.
Caitlin Turner, left, and Eirin Doyle, right, are the newest additions to the Lipscomb softball team.
After extensive travels in the missions field Watson is ready to settle down in Nashville soon.
After a year away Reid Harrell Bennett returned to Lipscomb, her school and her home. One daughter has started preschool classes at Lipscomb this year so the legacy continues.
Team practice opens Tuesday and the first games of fall are scheduled for Saturday.
Brianne Welch played softball for Lipscomb and she is still in sports, reporting on games for the "Big Country" in Abilene, Texas.
The minds of team members are packed with memories of experiences that will never be forgotten.
The good byes have been said, but the people of the Baja area touched by the softball missions team will long remember this past week.
It is a sad time for the members of the Lipscomb softball mission trip as they say farewell to the families and children they have worked with the past week.
House painting, soccer and lunch at the beach fill the day for the softball mission trip.
Haley Elliott earned her Master's in Accountancy and is using the lessons she learned at Lipscomb in the financial world.
The members of the softball mission trip enjoyed a day of food and fun with children as their mission in Mexico continues.
Painting, nature and a fight to get their transportation out of the sand filled Monday for the softball mission trip.
The softball mission trip was in high gear Sunday with a song-filled church service and an afternoon of fun with the children in the Baja area of Mexico.
The softball program has sent an enthusiastic group to Mexico on a mission trip.
The Lipscomb golf programs along with softball squad have been honored by the NCAA with the organization's Public Recognition Award for finishing in the top-10 percent in the Academic Progress Rate in 2014-15.
Pat Summitt's reach was far and wide and that is easily evidenced by the impact she left on the Lipscomb staff.