Lipscomb's women's cross country team was one of 205 Division I schools to achieve USTFCCCA All-Academic Cross Country team status, the coaches association announced Monday.
Lipscomb head coach Bill Taylor has built the Bison program into one of the top in the Southeast. Before coming to Lipscomb, he created a program from scratch at Northwest (Wash.) University and won a national championship in women's cross country.
Lipscomb head coach Bill Taylor has announced the team awards and achievements for the 2011 cross country season, which saw his program earn its first-ever Atlantic Sun Championship title.
In her first-ever marathon, Lipscomb track and field graduate assistant and former Lady Bison athlete Jenny Randolph did the incredible: she qualified for the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Classroom success isn't just expected for the Lipscomb cross country teams. If you want to be a member of Bill Taylor's squad, a 3.0 GPA is a requirement.
Why Lipscomb Cross Country? Let the athletes themselves explain...
The Lipscomb cross country teams closed out the 2011 season at the NCAA South Regional, Saturday. The women's squad finished a program-best seventh, while the men earned a 13th-place finish.
Following two program-best showings at the 2011 Atlantic Sun Championships, including the first-ever women's title, the Lipscomb cross country teams are back on the course at this weekend's NCAA South Regional, hosted by the University of Alabama.
Lipscomb's Tessa Hoefle was named the Atlantic Sun Scholar Athlete of the Year for the 2011 cross country season, the conference office announced Thursday. She and Ashley Lehman represented Lipscomb on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team.
VIDEO: The Lipscomb women's cross country team won the 2011 Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championships, last Saturday. Click the picture to play a highlight video of the Lady Bisons victory.
Following Saturday's Atlantic Sun Championship victory, the Lipscomb Lady Bisons moved up in Monday's latest USTFCCCA Coaches Poll. The women's team tied a program-high, earning a sixth-place ranking.
The Lipscomb Lady Bisons cross country team won the 2011 Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championship, Saturday, at Percy Warner Park. The win gives Lipscomb its first-ever A-Sun cross country title.
The Lipscomb men and women's cross country teams will compete in this weekend's Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championships, hosted by Belmont. The meet is on Lipscomb's home course of Vaughn's Gap at Percy Warner Park.
Led by senior Louisa Van Batavia and freshman Tate Honaker, the Lipscomb men and women's cross country teams performed admirably on a fast course at the Evansville Invitational. As a team, the women finished fifth while the men were 11th.
The Lipscomb cross country teams will be back in action this weekend at the Evansville Invitational. Coach Bill Taylor will use this meet as a chance to work with his B-squads while the top Bisons and Lady Bisons runners rest up for the A-Sun Championships, Oct. 29.
Lipscomb's cross country teams will be traveling to Evansville, next weekend, for the Evansville Invitational. The teams were scheduled to go to Fayetteville, Ark. for the Chile Pepper Festival.
A-Sun Runner of the Week Isaiah Greer and the top five Lipscomb women runners each posted personal-bests at Saturday's Louisville Classic.
After a weekend of being spread out among three different meets, the Lipscomb cross country teams will be back together this weekend, when they travel to Tom Sawyer State Park for the Louisville Classic.
Lipscomb's cross country squads faced stiff competition at three different meets, Saturday, with multiple athletes coming away with personal-bests.
Lipscomb's cross country teams will have a busy Saturday, with Lipscomb athletes competing in three meets throughout the day.
Sophomore Tessa Hoefle and senior Ashley Lehman finished second and third, respectively, pacing Lipscomb's women's cross country team to a second-place team finish.
The Lipscomb men's and women's cross country teams will be at the Vanderbilt Commodore Invitational, Saturday, in the second of three meets this year at Percy Warner Park's Vaughn's Gap course.
Sophomore Dani Walker was named Atlantic Sun Cross Country Runner of the Week for her runner-up performance at last weekend's Chattanooga Powerade Invite.
After a win and a third-place finish at the Chattanooga Powerade Invite, the Lipscomb Cross Country squads moved up the USTFCCCA Regional Polls, Monday.
With seven top-10 finishes, highlighted by Danielle Walker's runner-up placing, the Lipscomb women's cross country team won the two-mile Powerade Invtitational, Friday.
Three new assistants join head coach Bill Taylor's staff for the cross country and track and field seasons, while two members of the current staff will have new roles within the team.
Lipscomb cross country returns to action this weekend with two-mile (women) and five-kilometer (men) races at the Chattanooga Powerade Invitational.
Strong showings from the upperclassmen gave Lipscomb early success at Friday night's Belmont Opener, with both the men and women's squads finishing in the top-five.
Lipscomb's cross country teams will begin the 2011 campaign, Friday, on the Vaughn's Gap Course at Percy Warner Park in the Belmont Opener.
The Lipscomb cross country squads both earned places on the USTFCCCA preseason South Regional top-15 polls Monday as announced by the coaches association.
Monday was the first official day of camp for the Lipscomb men and women's cross country squads. Lipscomb Sports caught up with head coach Bill Taylor for a few thoughts on the opening day of camp.
The Atlantic Sun announced the preseason cross country polls, Wednesday. Lipscomb's womens squad was picked second, while the men were chosen to finish seventh.
Trips to Stanford, Washington and Louisville highlight the 2011 cross country schedule, released by head coach Bill Taylor, July 14
Dani Walker finished twelfth in the 5000-meter at the United States Junior National Championship. Her time of 17:42.76 is her all-time 5000m PR. Tucker Peabody finished seventeenth in the 100m in 10.80 and was disqualified in the 200m.