The Lipscomb volleyball team swept Kennesaw State 3-0 Saturday afternoon in Allen Arena for the Atlantic Sun Tournament Championship. Brittnay Estes was named MVP.
The Lipscomb volleyball team will be seeking its fifth Atlantic Sun Championship Saturday against Kennesaw State. The championship match will start at 3 p.m. at Allen Arena.
Lipscomb will face Jacksonville at 5 p.m. Friday at Allen Arena in the semifinals of the A-Sun Volleyball Tournament.
Six Lipscomb volleyball players earned a total of eight awards announced Wednesday night at the banquet for the Atlantic Sun Volleyball Tournament. Molly Spitznagle, center, holds the regular season championship trophy.
Lipscomb University junior setter Kayla Ostrom has been named Atlantic Sun Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Ostrom was also the only unanimous selection to the A-Sun All-Academic Team. Also named was middle blocker Jewell Dobson.
Lipscomb volleyball coach Brandon Rosenthal expects his two recruits for the 2016-17 school year - Morgan Elmore, a setter from Mercy Academy in Louisville; and Maddie Phillips, a middle blocker from Memorial High School in Houston - to be a "dynamic" duo.
Lipscomb's Carlyle Nusbaum has been named Freshman of the Week for volleyball by the Atlantic Sun. This is her second A-Sun Freshman of the Week award. She also has been named A-Sun Player of the Week this season.
The Lipscomb volleyball team closed out the Atlantic Sun regular season with a 3-0 match sweep at Stetson Saturday afternoon. It is the eighth win in a row.
It wasn’t easy, but the Lipscomb volleyball team rallied for a 3-2 win at Florida Gulf Coast to clinch sole possession of the Atlantic Sun regular season championship. The Bisons also won their 20th match of the season. It was the seventh straight win.
Florida trips are always nice, but the Lipscomb volleyball team has two things to check off the “to do” list on the last Atlantic Sun road trip of the season.