While at Lipscomb, Jeff was honored as a two-time ASUN Scholar Athlete and a model teammate. He told us about his time on campus, his memories of road trips, and his favorite teammates as a Bison when he sat down this week for a visit with LipscombSports.com.
He came to Lipscomb as the best high school baseball player in Nashville, and for two seasons established himself as a prolific two-sport Bison. Butch Stinson eventually dropped basketball, became a two-time first-team NAIA All-American, a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, and a successful businessman.
By any measure Bruce Church has become a Lipscomb Athletics success story. He graduated, established a beautiful family, and became a Christian businessman and an elder in the church. He took a few minutes this week for a brief visit with LipscombSports.com
LipscombSports.com sat down with former Bisons cheerleader Debbie Mathis (1971-74) in this week's ediiton of Where Are They Now?
This week's Where Are They Now? features former men's tennis player Danny Norman
Gerald Miller is a former runner who credits Track and Cross Country with one of the best lessons he learned in life. He shared it with us this week when he sat down with LipscombSports.com.
She spent three years as a “Bisonette,” a team of 64 Lipscomb college women who entertained during halftime at basketball games. Debbie Butler Brewer made a home at Lipscomb that continues today. She sat down with LipscombSports.com this week to remember some good times.
Brent McNutt has been a hard act to follow for Bison centerfielders since he graduated in 1992, and it’s no surprise he’ll be inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame. He sat down with LipscombSports.com this week and told us what he’s doing now.
We spoke recently with Jim Minnick, a right-handed slugger who split up his Lipscomb baseball career with an overseas stint. We learned about why he changed positions, how he met his wife, and whom he considered his favorite professors in this week's edition of Where Are They Now?
He’s still remembered as the mascot who “owned” the character, dressing LU in a referee shirt, a pink tutu, and a farmer outfit. Today he works in Nashville, is happily married, and is “owned” by their new daughter. Learn more about LU Bison mascot Joe Crosby from his conversation this week with Lipscombsports.com.