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.
After five years of working with the Purple and Gold, Steven Mason has officially been added on as a full-time assistant coach for the Lipscomb cross country and track and field squad.
Brianne Hogland, left, and Kelly Young, right, spent last weekend at the NCAA Career Forum in Indianapolis, Indiana.
For the second consecutive season, junior Barbara Lee Ball has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team for District 3.
Lipscomb freshman Brooke Kingma was named a USTFCCCA Cross Country All-Academic honoree on Friday afternoon. Kingma was the only runner, male or female, from the Atlantic Sun to be named an honoree.
Lipscomb Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Bill Taylor and his staff have announced the addition of 13 athletes to the Bisons 2016 recruiting class.
Candice Cox, a former cross country and track and field athlete, has proved you can go home again. This year she has returned to her old school, Pine Tree High in Longview, Texas, to teach Spanish.
Lacey Printz Klotz came to Lipscomb from Seattle to run cross country and track. She works as a public relations specialist in the communications and marketing department.
The Lipscomb cross country squad ended another record-breaking campaign on Friday morning as its season came to an end at the NCAA Division I South Regionals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
After another historically successful Atlantic Sun campaign, the Lipscomb cross country team is once again heading to the NCAA Division I South Regionals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The Lipscomb cross country team had five student-athletes receive Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference honors, as announced by the league offices on Wednesday. Ball was named the A-Sun Women’s Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
For the third year in a row, the Lipscomb women’s and men’s teams swept the Atlantic Sun Cross Country Championships. The win was the fifth in a row for the women’s program, tying an A-Sun record, and the third consecutive for the men’s squad.
The Lipscomb cross country program heads into Friday’s Atlantic Sun Championship with two streaks on the line. The women’s team has won four consecutive titles, while the men have won back-to-back championships.
In the final meet of the regular season, the Lipscomb cross country squad went out on a strong note at the Crimson Classic hosted by the University of Alabama on Friday. Both the men’s and women’s teams showed strong results, with the men finishing third and the women placing seventh.
The Lipscomb cross country squad hits the ground running this weekend at the Crimson Classic for its final meet before the Atlantic Sun Championships. With the A-Sun Championships coming up on Oct. 30th, the Bisons will use this weekend’s meet as a primer for the postseason.
For the second week in a row, Lipscomb senior Madi Talbert has been named the Atlantic Sun Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. Talbert has earned eight Runner of the Week awards in her career as a Bison. Her five wins for cross country is tied for third most in A-Sun history.
After a successful team performance at both the Greater Louisville Classic and the Foothills Invite over the weekend, the Lipscomb women’s cross country team has earned a program-best 14 votes in the USTFCCCA National Poll, placing them just outside the top 30 at 34.
The Lipscomb cross country team turned in one of its best performances of the season thus far with both the men’s and women’s teams excelling at the Greater Louisville Classic and the Foothills Invite.
With the Atlantic Sun Championships waiting at the end of the month, the Lipscomb cross country squad will be taking on meets in Kentucky and Alabama over the weekend in preparation for the postseason.
Thanks to a strong performance on Friday at the Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown, Madi Talbert has been named the Atlantic Sun Cross Country Runner of the Week for the fourth time. She has also won the A-Sun Track Runner of the Week three times to give her seven total Runner of the Week awards.
The Lipscomb women’s cross country put together it best performance of the early part of the season on Friday at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown. The Lady Bisons placed fifth with 151 points out of a highly competitive field of 25 teams.
For the second straight season, the Lipscomb cross country squad will be heading to Boston to take part in the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown.
For the third time in her career, junior Barbara Lee Ball has been named the Atlantic Sun Runner of the Week. Her record-setting performance at the Commodore Invite over the weekend secured her second cross country weekly honor. She has also notched the award for track and field.
For the second race in a row, the Lipscomb cross country squad came away with a pair of top-five finishes on a local course as the women finished fourth and the men finished fifth at the Commodore Classic.
The Lipscomb cross country squad will make the trip across town to Percy Warner Park for the Commodore Classic on Saturday. The Commodores’ women’s squad is ranked 22nd in the nation and first in the South Region, just two spots ahead of the Lady Bisons at third place.
For the first time in program history, the Lipscomb women’s cross country team has garnered votes in the top-30 national rankings as conducted by the USTFCCCA poll on Tuesday afternoon. The Lady Bisons received three votes in the women's poll, and remained ranked third in the South Region.
After kicking off the season with a strong race at the Belmont Opener, junior Sally Larson has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Runner of the Week for the third time in her career. Larson has earned the honor twice previously for track and field, but this was her first win for cross country.
The Lipscomb cross country squads jumped off to a winning start to the 2-15 campaign thanks to a pair of top-two finishes at the Belmont Opener. The women’s team earned a score of 32 on its way to winning the Opener.The men took second overall with a score of 57.
The defending Atlantic Sun men’s and women’s cross country champions jump back into action on Saturday with two meets to commence the 2015 season.
The USTFCCCA announced its Division I Preseason Regional Rankings and both the men’s and women’s cross country teams were voted into the top 10 in the South Region.The women’s team earned the highest preseason ranking in program history with a third place spot.
It was a clean sweep for the Lipscomb cross country program, as the men’s and women’s squads received all eight first place votes in the preseason coaches’ poll and Madi Talbert and Juan Gonzalez were named the Preseason Male and Female Runners of the Year.
The 2015 Lipscomb cross country schedule has been announced by Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Bill Taylor on Wednesday.
Lipscomb cross country and track and field have added Jenny Randolph and Tim Muller to the staff as assistant coaches. Randolph has been promoted from graduate assistant, a position she has held the last four years, to a full-time assistant coach position. Muller ran with the cross country from 2009 to 2014.