The No. 7-seeded Lady Bisons lost 4-0 to No. 2-seeded ETSU in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Tennis Championships Thursday in Johnson City.
The Lady Bisons won the doubles competition, but fell short in singles against Belmont in an Atlantic Sun match Tuesday.
Claire Landry won the only match for the Lady Bisons as they fell 6-2 to Mercer Saturday afternoon at Ensworth School.
Kara Jackson and Danielle Hansen both won singles matches for the Lady Bisons, but fell 4-3 to visiting Kennesaw State Friday night in an A-Sun match.
The Lady Bisons, playing without No. 1 singles player Raphaela Jann, lost 7-0 at Stetson Saturday.
Kara Jackson and Elizabeth Keevil won their doubles match and Danielle Hansen won the only singles match as the Lady Bisons lost 6-1 at Florida Gulf Coast Thursday in an A-Sun match.
The Lady Bisons were beaten 7-0 by North Florida Saturday night in an Atlantic Sun match at the Whitworth Country Club.
Lipscomb played host to Atlantic Sun foe Jacksonville on Friday, March 13, at the Whitworth Country Club. The Lady Bisons lost 7-0.
The Lady Bisons played against IPFW March 11 at Sewanee University, losing 5-2 in a non-conference match. Singles winners for the Lady Bisons were Elizabeth Keevil and Olivia Ellis.
The Lady Bisons picked up a road win with a 5-2 match victory at Wofford Sunday afternoon in Spartanburg, S.C.
The Lady Bisons lost their second A-Sun match of the season, falling 7-0 at USC Upstate Saturday. It was the 13th straight A-Sun win for USC Upstate.
The Lady Bisons began conference play against East Tennessee State on Friday in Johnson City, Tenn. The top ranked Lady Buccaneers defeated the Lady Bisons 7-0 at the Buddy Hartsell Tennis Center.
The Lady Bisons won the doubles point, but lost 4-3 at Western Kentucky Uniiversity Saturday afternoon in Bowling Green. The :ady Bisons are 5-3 this season and start conference play March 6 at ETSU.
Following a win over the University of Northern Kentucky, the Lady Bisons played the host University of Dayton in match two of the Dayton Collegiate Tournament in Dayton, Ohio Saturday. After losing the doubles point, the Lady Bisons rallied in singles to win the match 5-2.
The Lady Bisons tennis team has started off the season with a 5-2 record including an undefeated run in the Dayton Collegiate Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Dayton, Ohio.
The Lady Bisons won their third match of the season, opening with a win Saturday in the Dayton Collegiate Tournament in Dayton, Ohio. They beat Northern Kentucky 5-2.
The Lady Bisons continued their non-conference play on Feb. 13 against the University of Tennessee-Martin at the Whitworth Raquet Club. In a tough match, the Lady Bisons lost 6-1.
Following a 7-0 loss to the University of Memphis Friday evening, the Lady Bisons traveled to Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn., Saturday afternoon where they defeated the Lady Governors 5-2. The Lady Bisons began the match by winning the doubles point. Olivia Ellis and Elizabeth Keevil defeated Liew and Georgauopolous, 8-5. Raphaela Jann and Claire Landry also won their doubles match, defeating Hays and Pyle, 8-0.
The Lady Bisons traveled to the University of Memphis on Friday, January 30th. After a tough match, they lost 7-0. Memphis got a quick start by winning doubles, but the Lady Bisons were on a mission to win singles.
Tennis was in the air Friday night at the Whitworth Tennis Center. The Lady Bisons entered their 2009 season 1-0 with a 7-0 win over the University of Alabama A&M.
Women's tennis Coach Kristin Lusk is looking for an increase in wins this season for her Lady Bison. With four new freshmen, the Lady Bison are a young team with tremendous potential in the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Trish Hodgson-Carruth, a former coach, teacher and student at Lipscomb University passed away Thursday night, Jan. 8, after a long battle with cancer and complications. She was known for her professionalism, honesty and integrity. She was inducted into the Lipscomb Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003.
The Lipscomb Bisons and Lady Bisons tennis teams were each picked to finish eleventh in the Atlantic Sun in a poll by the league's head coaches the conference office announced on Wednesday.
The women's tennis team finished their fall schedule this weekend in Clarksville, Tenn., at the Austin Peay State University Tournament. The Lady Bisons won thirteen matches this weekend.
The Lady Bisons defeated Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Saturday morning by a score of 6-1. Southern Illinois is a new member in the Ohio Valley Conference. The match was played in Martin, Tennessee at UT-Martin. The Lady Bisons won the doubles point and kept rolling from that point.
The Lady Bisons traveled to the Tennessee-Martin tournament on September 26th. They had a close match, losing 4-3. Lipscomb's Clair Landry defeated UT-Martin's Julianne McMeen 6-2, 7-5 in singles action.
The Bisons and Lady Bisons finished their first fall tournament Sunday with two singles and a doubles team participating in the championship round of the Steve Baras Classic Sunday hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Elizabeth Keevil defeated UT-Martin's Alisa De Brito 6-4, 6-4 and Mercer's Irys Citko 6-2, 6-0 Saturday to advance to the consolation finals of Flight B #1 Sunday morning in the Steve Baras Fall Classic hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
The Lady Bisons opened up their fall season Friday traveling to Chattanooga, Tenn., for the Steve Baras Fall Classic at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Freshman Daniel Hansen made her college debut making it to the semi-finals of Flight B #2. She defeated Brooklyn Goodell of Lee 6-1, 5-7, 6-0, and Juliana Moscoso of Mercer 6-0, 6-3.