Mark Joseph was an outstanding infielder for the Bisons and his son, Caleb, was a star catcher at Lipscomb who just finished his second season with the Baltimore Orioles. Mark spent some time talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Caroline Mason Simpson was known for her ability to not only hit a softball with authority but also for the strength and accuracy of her arm as she made throws from right field. She spent some time this week talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Stefine "Jake" Pease House played volleyball and finished her career as a setter with a wall full of honors. She directs the volleyball program at Lipscomb Academy while also teaching geometry. She spent some time this week talking with Lipscombsports.com.
One of the key members of the 1986 NAIA National Championship basketball team was forward Bob Ford. He visited campus this week and spoke to the members of the 2015-16 team. He also spent some time with Lipscombsports.com.
Former Lipscomb volleyball player Lauren Baker Wall has always had a love for animals. She has been able to make that love her life’s career as a veterinarian. Lauren spent some time this week talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Grace Gilmore, a former member of the Lipscomb volleyball team, balances a day job as a commodities broker with a company that provides all the assistance a business would want in impressing guests with events. She spent some time this week talking with Lipscombsports.com about her busy life
Former Bison big man Justin Glenn is living in the Big Apple with a view of Central Park. LipscombSports.com had a chance to catch up with him for this week's Where Are They Now?
Former Lipscomb volleyball player Megan Stout graduated in May and her summer has been a busy one. After a trip to Europe she has moved from her family home in Louisville, Kentucky to Lexington where she is preparing to enter medical school at the University of Kentucky.
Dillon Seigenthaler's first year as head coach of The Ensworth School's girl's high school track team was a successful one. He was awarded "Girls High School Track Coach of the Year" by the Tennessean newspaper. He spent some time this week talking to Lipscombsports.com.
Jorge Gutierrez only played baseball for one year at Lipscomb, but what a year it was. With Gutierrez at shortstop the Bisons won the Atlantic Sun Tournament and then upset Georgia, the host school, in the first game of the NCAA Regional in Athens. He spent time talking with LipscombSports.com this week.