After a year away Reid Harrell Bennett returned to Lipscomb, her school and her home. One daughter has started preschool classes at Lipscomb this year so the legacy continues.
Brianne Welch played softball for Lipscomb and she is still in sports, reporting on games for the "Big Country" in Abilene, Texas.
Dale Jackson is a busy man balancing a number of business situations. He also keeps up with the Lipscomb golf team.
David Patton, a JUCO transfer, was part of the baseball team during the transition years to NCAA Division I. He set a pitching record and met his wife, Paige, during his two seasons with the Bisons.
Bryan Skelton finished his career at Lipscomb with a team-leading .358 batting average. He has spent most of his career in healthcare and finance.
Haley Elliott earned her Master's in Accountancy and is using the lessons she learned at Lipscomb in the financial world.
Kaley Mohr Lyons is one of several Lipscomb players who have pursued coaching careers after playing volleyball for Brandon Rosenthal.
The old saying is find something you love and you will never work a day in your life. J.D. Blackburn has been able to turn his passion for fishing into a business.
Records are made to be broken and Charlie Lyle saw his school mark in the 400-meter hurdles broken in the A-Sun Championships this year. He spent some time this week talking about his memories of Lipscomb and his life now.
Kurt Dugan says much of his coaching style with his high school baseball team is based on what he learned from his father, Ken, a legendary coach at Lipscomb.