Nicole (Lawson) Hobson stays on the move. She is one of the leaders of the pickle ball group in Nashville. She works full-time at Bethesda Workshops. She and her husband, Rick, have two cats and two dogs that are part of the family. She spent some time this week talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Emily Rauschenberger was on the Lipscomb campus this past weekend as part of a celebration of 20 years of Lipscomb softball. Rauschenberger was named a "Lipscomb Softball Legend" for her play during the NAIA era. She took some time this week to speak with LipscombSports.com.
Abby Keese is a project manager for AmkaiSolutions, a subsidiary of Surgical Information Systems in New York City. This weekend she will make a stop in Nashville to be honored as one of the legends of the Lipscomb softball program. She took some time this week to visit with LipscombSports.com.
Greg Chambers is a member of the Lipscomb Athletic Hall of Fame since 2002 for his prowess on the tennis court. He and his wife, Amanda, have a 12-year-old daughter, Anna, who attends Ensworth. He spent some time this week talking with lipscombsports.com.
Kim Puckett Scott is a medical doctor, an OB-GYN to be exact. In addition to her practice, the 1999 Lipscomb Athletic Hall of Famer and a former NAIA All-American, is married and raising three children. Despite all the demands on her time she managed to find some time to talk with lipscombsports.com.
Stewart is a 1998 inductee into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame. She became the first-ever All-Conference and All-District player in Lady Bison history and was selected as VSAC Most Valuable Player in 1984. She also became the first Lady Bisons player to score more than 1,000 points.
John Friend (left) is technically retired but he still serves as a consultant and chief fundraiser for the athletics department at Purdue-Calumet. He played basketball at Lipscomb, but is known throughout the country as a top football coach and is a frequent speaker at clinics.
John Pierce is the all-time leading scorer in collegiate basketball history; a record that many think will never be surpassed. As coach at Franklin Road Academy he was busy this week with sub-state competition, but was able to spend some time talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Ernie Smith (right), a former Lipscomb baseball player, is one of eight new members of the TSSAA Hall of Fame. He has been coaching at Lipscomb Academy for 38 years and has guided his baseball and girls basketball teams to eight combined state titles. He is pictured above with his son, Keith (left).
Jeff Guy is a Hall of Fame baseball player from Lipscomb University who has never strayed far from the game he loves. He was inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. He took some time to talk with LipscombSports.com in this week's edition of "Where are they now?"
Dr. Rachel Mattson Hall was one of the first players for the inaugural 1996 Lipscomb softball team. She teaches at Tennessee Tech University. She spent some time talking with lipscombsports.com about her experiences as a student-athlete.
Kim Jacobson played softball at Lipscomb under former head coach Andy Lane before graduating in 2008 with a degree in finance. She now lives in Michigan where she works in human resources. Jacobson spent some time this week talking with lipscombsports.com.
Former Lipscomb golfer Dustin Wilder is now spending his days selling insurance as a licensed agent for Allstate, while also preparing for his wedding to former Lipscomb runner Amanda Twigg in July. Dustin spent some time this week talking with LipscombSports.com.
Katherine (Neely) Murrie, a former NAIA National Champion golfer for Lipscomb University, has been named to the first ever Logan County (Kentucky) High School Cougar Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame. She took time to talk with LipscombSports.com in this week's edition of "Where are they now?"
LipscombSports.com got a chance to catch up with former Bison Wade Tomlinson Sunday after the women's basketball game with Tennessee. Tomlinson has been a familiar face around the Lipscomb campus this year.
Joey Henson was a baseball standout for the Lipscomb Bisons, good enough to get drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals. Henson and his family were back on campus Thanksgiving week. While they were visiting Joey took some time to talk with LipscombSports.com.
Jessica Turner Anderson was a member of the 2007 Lipscomb volleyball team, the first to ever participate in the NCAA Tournament. She graduated from Lipscomb with a major in marketing and a minor in graphic design.
Blake Fonfara, a former Bison baseball player, graduated with a degree in accounting in 2013 and now works for KPMG in Indianapolis. He is pictured above with his future wife and Lipscomb graduate, Faith Fallin. Blake took some time with LipscombSports.com in this week's edition of Where are they now?
Heather Douglas Carter was an outstanding basketball player for the Lipscomb Lady Bisons in the late 90's. As a staff member with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) she returns to campus and Allen Arena for the Division 2 basketball championships.
Lauren Wilson was an all-conference center fielder for the Lipscomb Lady Bisons softball team. She earned her share of honors on the field and in the classroom during her time at Lipscomb. She also met her husband, Tyler, who was a member of the Lipscomb baseball team.
LipscombSports.com caught up with former Lady Bisons basketball player Valerie Bronson in this week's edition of Where are they now?
It isn't a question of what Matt Shanklin does, but more a matter of how does he do it all? He works in a law firm where he works in preparing information for real estate closings.
Former Lipscomb baseball players Ed (right) and Rey (left) Solis both still live in their native San Antonio, Texas, but they both admit they seldom miss a day when they don't think fondly of their days at Lipscomb. In a rarity for lipscombsports.com both brothers are featured this week.
Andie (Thornton) Longinotti holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from Lipscomb University where she also played soccer. In spite of her busy schedule she found time to connect with lipscombsports.com.
Joey Haines, a former T&F coach and athlete at Lipscomb, has been named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Coaches Hall of Fame. Haines started his coaching career at Lipscomb. He retired after 26 years as the T&F coach for both men’s and women’s teams at SEMO.
Christen Campbell was an A-Sun All-Conference performer for the Lipscomb Lady Bisons softball team. After graduating from Lipscomb with a bachelor's degree in exercise science she attended Cumberland University in Lebanon for two years and received a second bachelor's degree in nursing.
LipscombSports.com had a chance to catch up with former softball catcher Mollie Mitchell for the weekly installment of "Where Are They Now?"
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former baseball Bison Zak Messer. The Virginia native has landed back in Middle Tennessee working at Amazon.com in human resources.
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former softball player Betsy White-Dean, the new head coach at Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Lipscombsports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former baseball player Richie Estep about his head coaching transition from Goodpasture to Columbia Academy
LipscombSports.com recently had the chance to catch up with former men's hoopster Jason Hopkins, who has just taken a job as the head boys' basketball coach at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds, Washington