Three Lipscomb athletics programs earned public recognition by the NCAA on Wednesday for their exemplary academic performance: men's and women's golf and women's basketball.
After meeting 18 times in 13 sports throughout the fall and spring seasons, Lipscomb Athletics has been crowned the inaugural winner of the Boulevard trophy over Belmont. The trophy was awarded to the Bisons after winning the all-sports race by a score of 11-7.
Lipscomb Athletics came together last Wednesday night in Allen Arena to celebrate the achievements over the past year with the 2018 Lippy Awards.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team wrapped up the 2018 campaign with a seventh-place finish in the ASUN Conference Championship on The Legends Course at Chateau Elan in Braselton, Georgia after posting a +117, 693.
After play was postponed on Monday due to rain, officials have made the decision to play a final round of 18 holes on Tuesday for the ASUN Championship.
Senior Jenny Muesing paced Lipscomb with a +8, 81 in the opening round of the ASUN Championship Sunday at the Legends Course of Chateau Elan in Braselton, Georiga.
The Lady Bisons placed Emma Wasson on the ASUN All-Freshman team and Lauryn Davidson on the All-Academic squad, marking the first time in program history the Lady Bisons have earned multiple postseason honors from the conference.
The Lady Bisons travel to Braselton, Georgia Sunday for the 29th Edition of the ASUN Conference Championship at the Legends Course at Chateau Elan. Lipscomb tees off the three-day event at 7:30 a.m. Sunday.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team finished day one of the Jan Weaver Invite in 12th-place after playing 36 holes at the Miller Memorial Golf Club in Murray, Kentucky on Friday.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team is closing out the regular season this weekend as they head to Murray State for the Jan Weaver Invitational.
With poor weather forcing all 36 holes of action on Sunday, the Lipscomb women’s golf team finished the 2018 Saluki Invitational in 12th-place. Jenny Muesing fired a +19, 163 with rounds of 85-78.
All 36 holes will be played on Sunday after the officials decided to move the event to one day with inclement weather in the area. A shotgun start will be issued at 9 a.m.
The Lady Bisons shot +137, 1001 over three days to close the Bama Beach Bash in 8th-place. Lauryn Davidson drained back-to-back birdies en route to a +7, 79 on Sunday.
The Lady Bisons shaved 11 strokes off their round from Friday with a +43, 331 to put them in 8th-place. They now have a two-day total of 673, which is 12 strokes better than Union University in ninth.
The Lady Bisons opened the Bama Beach Bash in ninth place behind a 342 on Friday. Senior Charley Benefield s led the way with a +11, 83.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team finished out the Spring Break Shootout on Tuesday in 14th place at the Lake Jovita Country Club behind a +133, 997 for the two-day event hosted by Western Kentucky.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team closed out day one of the Spring Break Shootout on Monday in 14th place.
The Lady Bisons will join 13 other programs in the two-day event at the par-72, 6,321-yard Lake Jovita Golf Club. Action will tee off on Monday with 36 holes beginning at 7:30 a.m. The final round will be at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team wrapped up action in the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic in 41st place on Tuesday at the Osprey Point Golf Club in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
The Lipscomb women's golf team finished day two of the Kiawah Island Classic in 41st place on Monday at the Osprey Point Club.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team opened the Kiawah Island Classic in 38th place on Sunday at the Osprey Point Golf Club after shooting a +33, 321 in the first round.
The Lipscomb women’s golf team returns to action for the first time this spring as it travels to the 2018 Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Spring Classic Sunday in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Jesse Lawley has added a pair of talented high school golfers to her roster for the 2018-19 campaign as Sarah Hinton and Emily Keeling have signed their National Letters of Intent.
The Lady Bisons wrapped up fall action on Tuesday with a fourth-place finish in the Town and Country Invitational at the McCabe Golf Course in Nashville.
The Lady Bisons opened the Town and Country Invitational on Monday in third place. Lauryn Davidson and Samantha Griffith ended the day tied for fifth to lead Lipscomb.
The Lady Bisons finish fall action on Monday and Tuesday at the Town and Country Invitational hosted by Tennessee State at McCabe Golf Course.
The Lady Bisons carded a +50, 338 to finish in a tie with host Evansville in ninth place at the Charles Braun Intercollegiate on Tuesday.
Early morning rain showers forced the cancellation of the opening round of Charles Braun Intercollegiate on Monday.
The Lady Bisons make the trip to Evansville, Indiana on Monday and Tuesday for the Charles Bruan Intercollegiate at the Oak Meadow Country Club.
Lipscomb Athletics will induct eight new members into the departmental Hall of Fame on Nov. 11 at 11:30 a.m.
The Lady Bisons posted a 14th-place finish in the 2017 Jacksonville Classic on Tuesday led by senior Samantha Griffith.
The Lady Bisons opened action in the Jacksonville Classic on Monday in 14th place.
The Lady Bisons travel to the Sunshine State on Monday and Tuesday for the Jacksonville Classic hosted at the Marsh Landing Country Club in Pontre Vedra Beach, Florida.
The Lady Bisons completed play in the 2017 Boston College Intercollegiate with a 16th-place finish.
The Lady Bisons finished the first 36 holes of action in the 2017 Boston College Intercollegiate in 16th place.
The Lady Bisons travel to Boston on Sunday and Monday for the 2017 Boston College Intercollegiate.
The Lady Bisons posted a 12th-place finish in the USA Intercollegiate in Mobile, Alabama.
The Lady Bisons moved up one spot on Sunday to 12th in the USA Intercollegiate.
The Lady Bisons carded a +36, 324 to open the USA Intercollegiate in 13th place on Saturday.
The Lady Bisons head to Mobile, Alabama for the 2017 USA Intercollegiate at the Robert Trent Jones Trail - Magnoila Grove Crossings Course on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
The schedule is set for the Lady Bisons heading into 2017-18 featuring a challenging 11 events.
The Lady Bisons got an unexpected extra day in Nicaragua and it turned out to be a tremendous blessing for everyone.
Day six saw the team take some time to visit a local market and see a few sights in Nicaragua.
The team spent day five pouring back in to the special needs center that they visited earlier in the trip bringing them much-needed supplies and doing some work around the facility.
The fourth day of the Lady Bisons trip to Nicaragua found the team pouring into more groups of kids including some time playing soccer and a makeshift pool.
Day three of the mission trip to Nicaragua saw the team visit a special needs center and a recent church plant.
Day two of the women's golf team in Nicaragua saw the team spend time doing arts and crafts and playing soccer with the local kids.
The women's golf team begins a seven-day mission trip to Nicaragua.
New women's golf coach Jesse Lawley joins Austin Gwin as they discuss Lipscomb, her off the course interests and which MLB team she roots for.
The 2017 Southern Athletic Association Coach of the Year, Jesse Lawley has been selected to lead the Lady Bisons golf program.