Lipscomb volleyball head coach Brandon Rosenthal announced the signing of outside hitter Lanie Wagner and libero/defensive specialist Alexis Triplett to the Bisons 2018 signing class on Wednesday.
Carlyle Nusbaum was one of 12 players selected to the roster for the U.S. Women's Collegiate National Team China Tour. The team will train and compete in China from May 20-31.
Carlyle Nusbaum returns to the USA Volleyball tryouts in Colorado Springs for the second consecutive year.
Head coach Brandon Rosenthal announced Monday the hiring of assistant coach Stephanie Ross from the University of Virginia. The home-run hire is considered a top recruiter in the country.
After putting together another dominant season on the hardwood, Carlyle Nusbaum was rewarded with a spot on the AVCA All-South Region Team for the second consecutive season.
Lipscomb had a tough time getting around the block of Kennesaw State as the top-seeded Owls set a school record with 22.5 blocks to take down the Bisons 3-1.
Playing as the No. 4 seed in the ASUN Championship, the Lipscomb volleyball team opened up first round action with a dominating 3-0 (25-15-, 25-12, 25-15) win over No. 5 North Florida Thursday evening in Allen Arena.
Carlyle Nusbaum becomes the first player since former Bison Alex Kelly in 2008-09 to win back-to-back ASUN Player of the Year honors.
No. 4 Lipscomb opens the first round of the ASUN Championship Thursday at 5 p.m. against No. 5 North Florida inside Allen Arena
Thomas brought home her third career ASUN weekly honor after totaling 42 digs over the weekend at FGCU and Stetson. She notched a season high 26 against the Hatters, her sixth time this year reaching 20+ scoops.
Led by Carlyle Nusbaum, the Lipscomb volleyball team closed out its regular season slate Saturday with a 3-1 road victory over Stetson in ASUN Conference action.
Things did not go as planned for the Lipscomb volleyball team on the road Friday night as home-standing Florida Gulf Coast won in straight sets (25-19, 25-22, 25-22), to earn its first season sweep over the Bisons since 2012.
The Lipscomb volleyball team will close out the regular season this weekend with trips to Florida Gulf Coast and Stetson. First serve with the Eagles is set for 6 p.m. Friday, followed by a 5 p.m. serve in DeLand Saturday.
Logan Gish is the first to sign as part of the Bisons 2018 class. The 6-foot-2 standout will add much needed height on the outside for Rosenthal's squad.
Just one day after receiving an ASUN Conference record ninth weekly honor, Nusbaum was named the Player of the Week for both VolleyMob and Tennessee Sports Writers Association on Tuesday.
Lipscomb’s Carlyle Nusbaum was named the ASUN Conference volleyball Player of the Week for the ninth time in her career, breaking a tie with former Bisons star Alex Kelly for the most in conference history.
Behind a .316 hitting percentage and 38 combined kills by Lauren Anderson and Carlyle Nusbaum, the Bisons took care of North Florida in straight sets Saturday in the home finale.
The Bisons had their Senior Day spoiled, 3-1, at the hands of ASUN co-leader Jacksonville Friday night, as the Dolphins came in and beat the Bisons at Allen Arena for the first time since 2004.
Lipscomb plays its last matches of the regular season at Allen Arena this weekend with “Senior Night” set for Friday. The Bisons host ASUN co-leader Jacksonville before welcoming North Florida Saturday.
The Bisons finished off a perfect weekend with a 3-0 sweep of NJIT (25-17, 25-20, 25-21) in an ASUN road meeting at the Fleisher Athletic Center Sunday afternoon.
Four Bisons record double-digit kills to lead the Lipscomb volleyball team over USC Upstate 3-0 Friday night in ASUN road action at the G.B. Hodge Center.
The Lipscomb volleyball team hits the road this weekend for a pair of ASUN Conference matches. The Bisons will face USC Upstate at 5 p.m. Friday before flying north to NJIT on Sunday for a noon first serve.
Kennesaw State came from behind to knock off Lipscomb 3-2 Friday night in Allen Arena in front of a number of alumni. It marks the first time since 2013 the Bisons were swept in league play.
The Lipscomb volleyball team begins its second trip around the ASUN Conference on Friday when Kennesaw State visits Allen Arena at 6:30 p.m. The Bisons will be looking to avenge their loss to the Owls in the league opener in September.
Sophomore Maddie Phillips was named the ASUN's Defensive Player of the Week after throwing up 13 blocks, seven digs and 25 kills from her middle blocker position. It's the first honor of her career.
Junior outside hitter Lauren Anderson led Lipscomb over USC Upstate, 3-0, Saturday afternoon with a career high 15 kills.
Lipscomb volleyball's match against USC Upstate on Saturday is staying put and will be played inside Allen Arena with first serve at 3 p.m.
Freshman Megan Kuper had her best game as a Bison Friday against the Highlanders. She registered career highs in kills (8) and blocks (5) while leading the Lipscomb attack in a sweep of NJIT.
Lipscomb is set to take on NJIT at 6:30 p.m. Friday on ESPN3 before turning around with USC Upstate on Saturday at 3 p.m.
With a potential power outage on Lipscomb's campus this weekend, Saturday's volleyball match with USC Upstate could be moved to Ensworth High School. Stay tuned to LipscombSports.com for more information.
Carlyle Nusbaum produced her 10th double-double of the season with 23 kills and 18 digs to power the Bisons past Belmont in four sets Tuesday at the Curb.
The Bisons trek up Granny White Pike Tuesday for the volleyball edition of the Battle of the Boulevard looking to get back in the win column. First serve at the Curb is 6 p.m.
The Lipscomb volleyball team torched Jacksonville for a win in the opening set, but that was about the only thing that went the Bisons way Saturday. The Dolphins responded with wins in the next three sets to take the match 3-1.
Carlyle Nusbaum led the way with 21 kills as her Bisons took down North Florida in three sets in ASUN Conference action Friday night in Jacksonville.
The Bisons will take on North Florida at 6 p.m. Friday before matching up with current ASUN co-leader Jacksonville at 3 p.m. Saturday.
The Lipscomb volleyball team suffered its first home loss in ASUN Conference action as the Bisons fell in four sets (18-25, 18-25, 25-19, 23-25) to Florida Gulf Coast Saturday evening at Allen Arena.
Carli Anderson set a program record with eight service aces in Lipscomb's 3-0 win over Stetson Friday night in the ASUN home opener.
A NCAA survey of coaching staffs from around the country revealed that Lipscomb's Carlyle Nusbaum and head coach Brandon Rosenthal are thought of as two of the top figures in Division I volleyball.
The Bisons face Stetson Friday at 6:30 p.m. before welcoming Florida Gulf Coast Saturday at 5 p.m. Both matches will be televised on ESPN3 and will have live stats for those unable to watch.
Maddie Phillips notched a career high 20 kills, but it was not enough as the Bisons dropped a heart-breaking five setter to Kennesaw State, 3-2, Friday night in the league opener.
On Friday night, the Bisons begin their quest for a fourth-straight ASUN regular season championship when they visit Kennesaw State at 6 p.m. in a match on ESPN3.
The Lipscomb volleyball team fell 3-1, but it gave No. 3 Florida all it could handle Saturday night in the Gator Invitational, while Carlyle Nusbaum recorded her 1,000th career kill.
The Bisons capped a successful Friday in Florida by knocking off Florida A&M, 3-0, in its second match of the day in the Gator Invitational. They also swept Northern Kentucky in an early-morning match at the O’Connell Center.
The Lipscomb volleyball team could not have asked for a better start to the Gator Invitational. In an early-morning match, the Bisons knocked off Northern Kentucky in straight sets (25-17, 25-18, 25-20) Friday at the O’Connell Center to snap their four-game skid.
The Bisons, who have lost four straight matches, are looking to snap its longest skid in nearly two years. They will play Northern Kentucky and Florida A&M on Friday before taking on No. 3 Florida Saturday night.
The Bisons dropped their fourth straight match after falling 25-22, 25-14 and 25-23 to the Hilltoppers Tuesday night in Allen Arena.
Tuesday's 6:30 p.m. matchup will be the fifth in a row for against a 2016 NCAA Tournament team for Lipscomb. The Bisons will look to snap a 6-game skid against the Toppers.
Things looked good early for the Bisons with a 25-22 win in the first set, but the Aggies responded with 25-17, 25-22 and 25-20 wins in the next three to take the match.
The Bisons gave Wisconsin one of its toughest tests of the season, but it was the home team who came away with the 3-0 victory behind sets of 25-19, 25-19 and 26-24.
Tough games are becoming the norm for the Lipscomb volleyball team these days as the Bisons visit the Badger State to take on No. 6 Wisconsin and Texas A&M in the HotelRed Invitational.
The Bisons climb to No. 7 in the VolleyballMag.com Mid-Major poll, the highest ranking in program history.
Junior Carlyle Nusbaum collected her eighth career ASUN Player of the Week honor, tying the league's all-time record.
After battling through two five-set matches in less than 24 hours, the Lipscomb volleyball team simply did not have its best stuff Saturday night as the No. 20 Ohio State Buckeyes swept the Bisons in straight sets close out the D.C. Koehl Classic.
If there is one thing that is for certain in the second week of the 2017 volleyball season, it is this Lipscomb Bisons squad never quits. The Bisons win the final three sets after going down 2-0 to knock off Missouri State.
In a thrilling back-and-forth affair, the Lipscomb volleyball team was able to come from behind in five sets to knock off Oakland, 3-2, Friday behind a career high 33 kills from Carlyle Nusbaum.
The Bisons will face another tough slate this weekend, including matches with Missouri State and No. 20 Ohio State.
The Bisons pick up eight votes in the first AVCA Top-25 poll of the season after going 2-1 in the LUV Invite with a win over No. 24 Arizona.
Junior outside hitter Carlyle Nusbaum brought home her seventh career weekly award after recording 50 kills and 21 digs in the LUV Invite.
Behind 25 kills from Carlyle Nusbaum, the Lipscomb volleyball team dismantled #24 Arizona 3-1 in front of a raucous crowd inside Allen Arena Saturday night in the LUV Invitational.
After a big win in its season opener, the Bisons were hoping to keep the momentum going into Saturday afternoon. Instead, they met their match as Wichita State exited Allen Arena with a 3-0 sweep.
The Lipscomb volleyball team opened 2017 in impressive fashion with a quick 3-0 (25-18, 25-22, 25-17) sweep of East Tennessee State Friday night in the LUV Invite.
Lipscomb volleyball officially open its 2017 season this weekend with the 7th Annual LUV Invite inside Allen Arena. The Bisons kick off the weekend slate Friday with a 6:30 p.m. match against ETSU.
Lipscomb’s smaller lineup battled from start to finish to knock off the Tennessee Volunteers 4-1 in a five-set match.
Get a first look at the 2017 Lipscomb volleyball team at 3 p.m. Saturday when it takes on the University of Tennessee in a first-ever exhibition match. They will play five sets and both coaches will give in-game analysis between sets.
After claiming its third consecutive ASUN Conference regular season championship a year ago, the Lipscomb volleyball team is primed once again to open the 2017 season with lofty expectations from around the league.
With one of the most anticipated seasons in program history a little more than two weeks away, the Lipscomb volleyball team officially kicked off 2017 Wednesday morning with a pair of practices inside Allen Arena.
Junior outside hitter Carlyle Nusbaum recaps the second half of her time in Europe with the U.S. Collegiate National Team.
The Lipscomb volleyball team was honored with a an AVCA Team Academic Award on Monday after compiling a 3.54 team GPA for the 2016-17 school year. It marks the fourth straight season the Bisons have earned the distinction.
At their annual media awards, the American Volleyball Coaches Association honored Lipscomb's coverage of the 2016 volleyball season.
Junior outside hitter Carlyle Nusbaum recaps the first half of her time in Europe with the U.S. Collegiate National Team.
In the second part of a two-part series, senior libero Brittany Thomas details her final days in Minneapolis, spending time on the court with new friends and off the court with family.