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Cheryl Smith was one of the top players for the Lipscomb women's basketball team during the NAIA era. She spent some time recalling memories of her time on campus for this week's "Where Are They Now?"
Although they may be rivals on the court, several college basketball coaches are coming together during the NCAA Women’s Final Four in Tampa, Florida to complete a Habitat for Humanity project. The 25 coaches will be serving at the Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County’s ReStore Warehouse.
Kim Puckett Scott is a medical doctor, an OB-GYN to be exact. In addition to her practice, the 1999 Lipscomb Athletic Hall of Famer and a former NAIA All-American, is married and raising three children. Despite all the demands on her time she managed to find some time to talk with lipscombsports.com.
Stewart is a 1998 inductee into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame. She became the first-ever All-Conference and All-District player in Lady Bison history and was selected as VSAC Most Valuable Player in 1984. She also became the first Lady Bisons player to score more than 1,000 points.
The Lipscomb women’s basketball team’s season came to an end Friday night at the hands of the Stetson Hatters 92-69 in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Tournament. The Lady Bisons did not go down without a fight. Lipscomb went on a 19-4 run.