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.
He came to Lipscomb from his family farm in Indiana, and he graduated four years later with a degree in Engineering and a wife. But Neal Langdon also left campus with something unique: two championship rings. He visited this week with LipscombSports.com.
He came to Nashville more than 15 years ago, and he hasn’t left yet. Mike Sherman both played and helped coach tennis for Lipscomb, and he’s one of the most praised student-athletes we have found. He took a minute to sit down with LipscombSports.com.
He walked on to Coach Ken Dugan’s baseball team, starred in one NAIA National Championship, and won another as an assistant coach. He translated his Bison Baseball days into a rural teaching and coaching career. Find out more about Curtis Putnam in his visit this week with Lipscombsports.com.
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