Former Bison Clay Tate has managed to translate lessons learned from basketball at Lipscomb into success in the financial services, construction, real estate and development industries to the point that he’s now a seasoned and top-producing multi-million dollar agent in Nashville.
Steven Baertschi was a junior college transfer that made a quick name for himself, matching the talent level and sustaining the winning culture. He graduated from Lipscomb with a degree in Chemistry before earning a doctorate in Organic Chemistry at Vanderbilt.
We learned about his memorable teammates, his successful high school coaching career, and his recent Florida state championship when Greg Watson sat down this week with LipscombSports.com.
A coach saw him playing in a pickup basketball game and that put in motion a college basketball career. Michael Mays is now an accomplished high school teacher and coach who is living out his passion. We learned plenty when he sat down this week with LipscombSports.com.
Tim Richards was a top runner from Miami who abruptly stopped Cross Country one day to focus on Gymnastics. That decision led to All-American honors at Lipscomb (1976-80) in both vault and rings under legendary coach Tom Hanvey.
A junior college transfer, he found his way to Nashville in the fall of 1968 as a basketball recruit of Coach Ken Dugan. Learn more about Larry Lingerfelt, who sat down for a few minutes this week to speak with www.LipscombSports.com.
He found the Lipscomb campus from 900 miles away, he was recruited by one coach and ran for two others, and he has become one of Bison Basketball’s biggest fans. We learned a lot in our visit this week with Clint Carter, who sat down for a few minutes to speak with www.lipscombsports.com.
After winning a NAIA National Championship with Lipscomb baseball in 1979, Kal Koenig moved to New Orleans where he has led rescue efforts as a firefighter for the last 34 years. He sat down this week with LipscombSports.com for the latest "Where Are They Now?"
After serving as a Bison cheerleader for her first three years on campus, Betty Nance has been an unofficial cheerleader at sporting events for more than 70 years. We learned more about this super supporter when she visited this week with LipscombSports.com.
David Dowdy (Men's Tennis) and Melissa Williams (Women's Basketball) sat down with LipscombSports.com to talk about their best college memories, their most memorable teammates, and their favorite professors.