Toughest teams of the fall ahead for women's tennis

The Lipscomb Lady Bisons tennis team is on the road this weekend for the Samford Round Robin, the toughest challenge of the fall. Also participating in the tournament are South Alabama and UAB.

Seniors stepping up for women's tennis

The matches of fall are pointing to a prosperous spring for the Lipscomb women’s tennis team. Over the weekend at the Bisons Invite the Lady Bisons beat Austin Peay 3-2 and Belmont 5-2. They lost 1-6 to Western Kentucky.

Lipscomb tennis teams moving inside to complete matches

Due to delays and the afternoon rain both Lipscomb tennis teams will be competing tonight indoors in Nashville and Murfreesboro.

Women's tennis hosting invite this weekend

The Lipscomb women’s tennis team will host the Bison Invite as they welcome Belmont, Austin Peay and Western Kentucky in the Bison Invite. The Lady Bisons will start the action at Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center at noon Friday against Belmont.

Aid building depth for women's tennis

Lipscomb women’s tennis coach Jamie Aid will use the Governor’s Invite Friday and Saturday at Austin Peay to one again take a long look at her two freshmen - Thabile Tshatedi and Katerina Kandyba.

Aid happy with start for women's tennis

They didn’t win every match, but Lipscomb women’s tennis coach Jamie Aid was very happy with the way her team played Saturday and Sunday at the Miami (Ohio) Invitational.

Aid getting first look at women's tennis

The Lipscomb tennis team kicked off the fall season this Saturday at the Miami Invitational in Ohio. Lorena Djuknic teamed with Kathryn Evans for a doubles victory and won the only singles match for Lipscomb.

Women's tennis goes international for two players

Lipscomb women’s tennis coach Jamie Aid continues to span the globe looking for players. She has added a pair of international players for the 2015-2016 season. Katerina Kandyba is from Kharkiv, Ukraine. Thabile Tshatedi is from Zimbabwe.

Women's tennis earns ITA academic awards

Four Lipscomb women’s tennis players – Lorena Djuknic, Laura Kent, Melissa Kromer and Deahna Welcher – have earned Scholar-Athlete status from the International Tennis Association (ITA). The Lady Bisons tennis team earned an ITA All-Academic Team Award.

Where are they now? Nicole Hobson

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