The Bisons have claimed the Atlantic Sun Conference Presidents' Academic Trophy for the third straight year after having 278 student-athletes finish the academic year with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Kent caps season of awards with tournament honors.
Lipscomb's record season ends in disappointment against No. 1 seed UNF.
Neither rain nor a change of venues keeps Lady Bisons from record season win.
Due to weather conditions in Spartanburg the starting time for Lipscomb and Kennesaw State is uncertain.
Aid is hoping third time is the charm as Lady Bisons aim for finals.
Kent named to A-Sun First Team for second year in a row.
Djuknic is one of five unanimous selections.
Lady Bisons clinch No. 4 seed in A-Sun Tournament.
Several lineup shifts were needed due to a late season roster change.
Several late season roster changes for Lipscomb in both singles and doubles.
Lipscomb wins doubles point, five singles matches on "Senior Day"
Djuknic, Kinnen, Kromer will be playing last matches at home.
Wins at No. 4, No. 5, No. 6 singles seal the win against USC Upstate.
Aid is stressing the need for her team to work through adversity.
Lipscomb hangs tough despite weather delays, Hatters' play
Close doubles point loss sets stage as Kent wins only singles match for Lipscomb.
Lipscomb's Kromer is a leader in singles and doubles play in the A-Sun.
Victorsson picks up the only singles win.
Lady Bisons are looking for first match win against FGCU.
Kromer awarded for undefeated weekend in singles and teamed with Laura Kent in doubles.
Lipscomb has momentum heading into A-Sun opener with FGCU.
Kent, Kromer undefeated in singles, doubles matches.
Tennis becomes a universal way to communicate between refugees and Lady Bisons.
Aid has driven home the importance of the doubles point in practice this week.
Lipscomb's tennis players continue to realize how blessed they are as they work with refugees from a variety of cultures.
Dealing with language barriers has been a challenge.
Tennis players are working with two families in Nashville this week.
Doubles point proves crucial in loss to Murray State.
Lipscomb seeking to add to record-setting win streak.
Kent won in both singles and doubles against Arkansas St.
Lady Bisons dominate Arkansas State on the road.
Confidence is building with every match win.
Perfect weekend earns Victorsson her first A-Sun weekly award
Lady Bisons riding six-match winning streak
The Lady Bisons earn first sweep of Belmont in " Battle of the Boulevard"
Lady Bisons have won their last four in a row.
No. 3 through No. 6 singles pace the Lipscomb win.
Lady Bisons seeking fourth victory in a row.
Dr. Elizabeth McFarlin came to Lipscomb to play tennis and prepare for medical school. She was successful in both endeavors.
Kinnen and Gamage help Lady Bisons win doubles point.
The Lady Bisons took a 5-2 decision against IUPUI to open the weekend.
Jamie Aid is counting on her seniors and Melissa Kromer has been one of the leaders.
Lady Bisons battle UAH and illness for 6-1 match win.
Kromer, Evans earn singles wins for Lipscomb in loss to WKU
The Lipscomb Lady Bisons tennis team, 1-1, returns home this weekend to face Western Kentucky, 0-2, Friday night.
Despite dropping a 7-0 decision to Tennessee, coach Jamie Aid likes the positive attitude of her team.
The Lady Bisons tennis team will be seeking its second win of the opening weekend in a road match with Tennessee.
The Lipscomb women's tennis team opened the spring portion of its season with a 7-0 sweep of Harding University Friday night at the Whitworth Tennis Center.
Friday night at 7 the Lady Bisons will face Harding University at the Whitworth Racquet Club on 405 Elmington Avenue. Harding was a late addition to the schedule.
The snowy weather put a blanket on the start of the spring portion of the women's tennis schedule.
The Lipscomb women's tennis team added to its depth with the addition of Hanna Victorsson on the eve of the start of the 2016 season.
The spotlight will be on tennis at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena as members of the U.S. Olympic and Davis Cup teams are scheduled to perform Feb. 6 in the Nashville Tennis Classic.
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.
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.
Due to delays and the afternoon rain both Lipscomb tennis teams will be competing tonight indoors in Nashville and Murfreesboro.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.