The Bisons have claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Presidents' Academic Trophy for the third straight year after having 278 student-athletes finish the academic year with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Former Lipscomb women’s basketball player Ashley Southern will be continuing her playing career after signing a contract to play professionally in Germany.
Brittany Duerk Spitznagel has taken another step toward her ultimate career goal to become a pharmacy professor and researcher. She has one more degree ahead of her.
One of the top players in the history of Lipscomb women's basketball is a part of the fashion industry.
As the 2015-16 women’s college basketball season came to a close at the NCAA Division I Final Four in Indianapolis, coaches from across the nation came together to help local citizens for the second year in a row.
As part of the annual Service Day at Lipscomb, the women’s basketball team ventured out into the waters of the Cumberland River to help Captain Vic Scoggins aboard his USCG-certified research vessel the Eastern Surveyor.
They say it takes a village to raise a child, but for the Lipscomb women’s basketball team it takes a campus to sign a recruit.
Lipscomb women’s basketball head coach Greg Brown has announced the signing of three junior college transfers.
For the members of the Lipscomb women’s basketball team, growing better on the court is not the only goal for each season. The Lady Bisons and their coaching staff make it a priority to not only improve as players, but to grow as women also.
The Lipscomb (5-25, 2-13) women’s basketball team’s season came to an end on Friday night, but it was not for lack of effort as the seven-seeded Lady Bisons traded blows with the two-seeded Jacksonville Dolphins (20-10, 12-3) in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Tournament before falling late 80-51.
Ashley Southern is grateful for the gifts she has been given.
For the first time in her career, senior Ashley Southern has been named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team as announced by the league offices on Thursday afternoon.
With the regular season completed and the bracket set, the seven-seeded Lipscomb (5-24, 2-12) women’s basketball team will be taking on the two-seeded Jacksonville (19-10, 11-3) in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament on Friday night at 6 p.m
The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) has announced the class for its 14th annual “So You Want To Be A Coach” program, and senior Ashley Southern was one of 75 players from across the country chosen to attend.
A frantic final two minutes saw the Lipscomb (5-24, 2-12) women’s basketball team lose its lead late as Kennesaw State (11-18, 6-8) won 68-64.
With one regular season game remaining, the Lipscomb (5-23, 2-11) Lady Bisons will be celebrating the team’s seniors on Saturday afternoon against Kennesaw State (10-18, 5-8) with tip-off set for 4 p.m.
In the final road game of the regular season, the Lipscomb (5-23, 2-11) fell to Florida Gulf Coast University (25-4, 13-0) 91-52 at Alico Arena.
After a strong second-half performance that saw the Lady Bisons take the lead late in the fourth quarter, the Lipscomb (5-22, 2-10) women’s basketball team lost late against Stetson (17-9, 8-4) 79-75 in the Edmunds Center.
As the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament approaches, the Lipscomb (5-21, 2-9) women’s basketball team will make its final road trip of the season.
After reeling off a pair of consecutive Atlantic Sun wins, the Lipscomb (5-21, 2-9) women’s basketball team fell to Jacksonville (16-10, 8-3) on Monday night 76-55 in Allen Arena.
After earning back-to-back Atlantic Sun wins, the Lipscomb (5-20, 2-8) women’s basketball is set to close out a three-game homestead against Jacksonville (15-10, 7-3) on Monday night in Allen Arena at 6:30 p.m.
The Lipscomb (5-20, 2-8) women’s basketball team earned its second consecutive victory on Saturday afternoon in Allen Arena as they out-scored North Florida (6-19, 2-8) 78-71.
After earning its first Atlantic Sun win of the season earlier in the week, the Lipscomb (4-20, 1-8) women’s basketball team will be back on the court in Allen Arena on Saturday afternoon to take on North Florida (6-18, 2-7).
With leading scorer Ashley Southern returning to action after an injury absence, the Lipscomb (4-20, 1-8) women’s basketball team earned its first Atlantic Sun victory of the season against NJIT (4-20, 1-8) 63-49.
Nina Pedigo Carroll was the first player signed by Frank Bennett when he became Lipscomb's head women's basketball coach.
Saturday's game with North Florida will provide an opportunity for the Lipscomb family to help out Kendra Ramsey Jackson.
For the second time in a week, the Lipscomb (3-20, 0-8) women’s basketball team will be facing off against NJIT (4-19, 1-7). This time the matchup will be at Allen Arena on Wednesday night, which will be the Highlanders first trip to Nashville as a member of the Atlantic Sun.
The Lipscomb (3-20, 0-8) women’s basketball team could not overcome a sluggish start against USC Upstate (15-8, 6-2), falling 93-71 to the Spartans.
Despite overcoming a 10-point first half deficit, the Lipscomb (3-19, 0-7) women’s basketball team’s comeback bid came up short in the fourth quarter as it fell to NJIT (4-18, 1-6) 61-51.
Women's basketball's Kelli Smith and Loren Cagle have shared the court in middle school, high school, and college.
Despite three Lady Bisons scoring in double-figures, the Lipscomb (3-18, 0-6) women’s basketball fell to USC Upstate (13-8, 4-2) 81-54 at Allen Arena Saturday afternoon.
It will be a busy afternoon for fans at the Lipscomb (3-17, 0-5) women’s basketball matchup with Atlantic Sun Conference foe USC Upstate (12-8, 3-2) as Allen Arena will be host to both Lipscomb’s Fifth Annual Adoption Rally as well as Star Wars Day.
The Lipscomb (3-17, 0-5) women’s basketball team lost the second game of a back-to-back on Monday night as the Purple and Gold fell to Stetson (12-7, 3-2) 83-62.
After taking on first-place FGCU Sunday afternoon, the Lipscomb (3-16, 0-4) women’s basketball team will be immediately back on the court Monday night to take on Stetson (11-7, 2-2) at 6:30 p.m. in Allen Arena.
After weather conditions the game back one day, Lipscomb (3-16) women’s basketball and Florida Gulf Coast (16-4) took the court on Sunday afternoon with the Eagles prevailing 71-39.
The winter storm that dropped more than six inches of snow on the Lipscomb campus impacted the travel of the FGCU women's basketball team and their arrival to the Music City. As a result, the tipoff for Saturday's contest has been moved to 6:30 p.m.
After beginning conference play with three consecutive road games the Lipscomb (3-15) women’s basketball team is set to take on first place Florida Gulf Coast (15-4) in its first Atlantic Sun home game of the season.
After a high-scoring first half, and a back-and-forth affair throughout, the Lipscomb (3-15, 0-3) women’s basketball team lost to North Florida (4-14, 1-2) on the road 78-70. There were eight ties and eight lead changes in what was a close game through all 40 minutes of action.
The Lipscomb (3-14) women’s basketball team started off its two-game Florida road trip with a loss to Jacksonville University (10-7) 81-51 at Swisher Gymnasium.
The Lipscomb (3-13) women’s basketball team will be continuing Atlantic Sun play with a trip to Florida for matchups with Jacksonville (9-7) and North Florida (4-12). The Lady Bisons will take on the Dolphins on Saturday at noon, followed by a date with the Ospreys on Monday at 6 p.m.
Despite leading by nine points at halftime, the Lipscomb (3-13) women’s basketball team dropped its Atlantic Sun opener 55-54 at Kennesaw State (6-10). Owls junior Aareon Smith split a pair of free throws just before time expired to give Kennesaw the victory.
The Lipscomb (3-12) women’s basketball team kicks off the new year with its first Atlantic Sun matchup of the season as the Lady Bisons travel to Georgia to take on Kennesaw State (5-10) on Saturday at 1 p.m.
After a furious third quarter comeback and a fourth quarter that saw each team trading buckets, the Lipscomb women’s basketball team (3-12) fell in the final seconds of action to Jackson State (6-5) 53-52.
After three hard-fought quarters, the Lipscomb (3-11) women’s basketball could not contain the Alabama (11-2) offense in the fourth quarter, losing 68-49 down the stretch.
NASHVILLE – After a stretch of nine consecutive games in Nashville, the Lipscomb (3-10) women’s basketball team will be hitting the road for a post-Christmas trip to Alabama and Jackson State.
The Lipscomb (3-10) women’s basketball team ended a stretch of home games with a 64-56 loss to Western Kentucky (8-2) at Allen Arena.
After a week off from action, the Lipscomb (3-9) women’s basketball team hits the court Monday at 6:30 against Western Kentucky (7-2) in Allen Arena.
Lipscomb (3-9) ends a busy stretch of five games in 12 days with a loss to TSU (5-4) 77-65 on Sunday afternoon at the Gentry Center.
The Lipscomb (3-8) women’s basketball team will be playing its fifth game in nine days as it takes on fellow Nashville school Tennessee State University (4-4) on Sunday at 3 p.m.
The Lipscomb (3-8) women’s basketball team fell to hot-shooting Ball State (6-2) Thursday night 72-60 at Allen Arena. Despite hitting nine three-pointers of their own, the Lady Bisons could not keep up with the Cardinals, who shot 27-52 from the field.
The Lipscomb (3-7) women’s basketball team dropped the first of two home matches for the week, falling to Southeast Missouri State (SEMO, 6-4) 84-69 in Allen Arena on Tuesday night.
The Lipscomb (3-6) women’s basketball team is looking for to bounce back with a pair of mid-week tilts against SEMO and Ball State after dropping its previous three matches.
Lipscomb women’s basketball (3-6) dropped a home matchup to Morehead State (4-5) on Saturday afternoon 92-77. Senior Ashley Southern paced the Lady Bison with her third double-double of the season.
The Lipscomb (3-5) women’s basketball team will host Morehead State (3-5) Saturday at 1:30 p.m. as part of a doubleheader with the men’s basketball team taking the court afterwards.
The Lipscomb (3-5) women’s basketball team fell at home to Belmont (6-1) 90-68 on at home in the “Battle of the Boulevard” on Wednesday night.
As the 73rd Battle of the Boulevard between the Lipscomb (3-4) women’s basketball team and Belmont (5-1), Lipscomb sophomore point guard Loren Cagle enters the matchup ranked first overall in the nation in assists per game with a 9.0 mark.
For their contributions over Thanksgiving week, senior Ashley Southern and sophomore Loren Cagle each earned an Atlantic Sun Women’s Basketball Player of the Week award on Monday.
The Lipscomb (3-4) women’s basketball team lost late 66-62 to Texas Southern (1-3) on Sunday afternoon. The Lady Bisons held the lead throughout most of the game before fading late in the fourth quarter.
The Lipscomb (3-3) women’s basketball team earned a 88-67 victory over North Alabama (1-5) on Saturday afternoon, and senior Ashley Southern claimed her 1,000th career point as a Bison in the win.
The Lipscomb (2-3) women’s basketball team will be closing out the holiday weekend with a trip to the Gentry Center at Tennessee State University for the Teresa Phillips Thanksgiving Classic. On Saturday, the Lady Bisons will face North Alabama at 1 p.m. followed by a tilt with Texas Southern Sunday at 12 p.m.
The Lipscomb (2-3) women’s basketball team won a high-scoring, fast-paced matchup with Murray State (1-3) Tuesday night 93-85 in Allen Arena. Loren Cagle, Ashley Southern and Kelli Smith all scored 20 or more points on the night.
The Lipscomb (1-3) women’s basketball team will be taking on Murray State (1-2) at home on Tuesday for its first home game since the season opener. The two teams have faced off seven times in each program’s history, with Murray State holding a 4-2 advantage.
Giving up 51-points in the second half, the Lady Bisons dropped an 81-70 decision at Tennessee Tech on Sunday afternoon despite getting 23 points from Ashley Southern and 20 from Riley Northway.
The Lipscomb women’s basketball team struggled to keep pace with the high-scoring attack from Wright State Thursday night and dropped a 92-65 decision inside the Nutter Center.
The Lipscomb (1-1) women’s basketball team will be on the road Thursday as they take on Horizon League foe Wright State (1-1) at 6 p.m.
For the second time in her Lipscomb career, senior Ashley Southern has been named the Atlantic Sun Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. During the opening weekend of the season for the Lady Bisons, all of Southern’s skills were on display in a pair of matchups.
The Lipscomb (1-1) women’s basketball earned its first win of the season Sunday afternoon with a 66-55 victory over Georgia Southern (0-1). Senior Ashley Southern led all scorers with 23 points on 10-16 shooting. She added six rebounds and two blocks.
The Lipscomb (0-1) women’s basketball team dropped a close match in its season opener, falling to Loyola Maryland (1-0) 57-52. Senior Ashley Southern paced the Lady Bisons with a double-double, 15 points and a school-record 20 rebounds.
The Lipscomb women’s basketball team is set to tip-off its season this weekend with two matchups. On Friday, the Lady Bisons will take on Loyola (MD) in Allen Arena at 6:30 p.m. followed by a tilt at Georgia Southern on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Lipscomb women’s basketball head coach Greg Brown announces the signing of the 2016 signing class. Five student-athletes have signed to play for the Lady Bisons.
At the Lipscomb women’s basketball season opener on Friday against Loyola (MD) the Lady Bisons will be hosting a Military Appreciation Night in concurrence with Veterans Day. The game will tip-off at 6:30 in Allen Arena with festivities happening throughout the night.
Five Lady Bisons scored in double figures including 23 from Loren Cagle as Lipscomb topped Young Harris 100-61 on Saturday night at Allen Arena.
With less than a week before the start of the regular season, the Lipscomb women’s basketball team will play its second and final exhibition of the preseason against Young Harris College on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Allen Arena.
One graduate degree isn't enough for former Lipscomb women's basketball player Latoia "Toia" McGowan. She is putting the finishing touches on a degree in chiropractic and at the same time has also been working on a master's in sports science.
For Ashley Southern, her final season as a member of the Lipscomb women’s basketball team is proving to be a balancing act of new challenges both on and off the court.
The Lipscomb Lady Bisons opened the 2015-16 basketball season on a successful note with a 63-60 exhibition win over NAIA power Freed-Hardeman University. Ashley Southern led the way for the Lady Bisons with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
With the regular season tipping off in less than a month, the Lipscomb women’s basketball team hosts Freed-Hardeman for its first exhibition match of the 2015-16 season Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Allen Arena.
Lipscomb women’s basketball senior Ashley Southern has been unanimously voted to the Atlantic Sun Preseason All-Conference Team by the league’s coaches.Southern finished second in the A-Sun in scoring in the 2014-15 season with a 14.3 mark, and placed fifth in rebounds with an 8.4 average.
With only 20 days until the first exhibition game against Freed Hardeman and just under a month until the regular season opener at home on November 13 versus Loyola (MD), the Lipscomb women’s basketball team started practice this week with plenty of excitement for the upcoming season.
The Lipscomb women’s basketball team announced the promotion of Clay Crothers to assistant coach. Crothers, who has been a part of the Lady Bisons’ staff for the past two seasons, is familiar with the Lipscomb community having attended both Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University.
Women's basketball head coach Greg Brown will be speaking at the Southeast Tennessee Coaches Clinic on Saturday, Sept. 5th. The clinic is presented by Rick Torbett and the Better Basketball Family.
The women’s basketball team was surprised with a Navy SEAL-inspired, team building session on Friday afternoon. Stonewall Solutions, a company run by former Navy SEALs, help high school, college and professional teams.
Incoming Lipscomb freshman Jessica Davies’ summer basketball experience differed from the typical summer workouts. Instead of participating in 2-on-1 drills, Davies was busy suiting up for the U18 England women’s national basketball team for the FIBA U18 European Championship.
The Lipscomb women’s basketball schedule for the 2015-16 season has a local flair. After improving its win total in each of Greg Brown’s three seasons with the program, the Lady Bisons look to take another step forward in the upcoming season.