With 82.27 percent of student-athletes claiming a 3.0 grade-point-average or higher, the Bisons have earned the ASUN Conference Academic Champions Trophy for the 4th-straight year.
The Bisons gathered in Allen Arena on Wednesday night to honor the best of the last year in Lipscomb Athletics.
Lipscomb got solid doubles play but were unable to overcome singles action in a 4-2 loss to Stetson on Friday afternoon.
Viktoriya Dzyuba picked up ASUN Conference Player of the Year honors on Thursday night at the league's postseason banquet. Freshman Denise Buberl was named to the league's All-Freshman squad.
Madeleine Brooks is back this weekend as the Lady Bisons face Stetson at 11 a.m. in ASUN Tournament.
The Lady Bisons won the doubles point and three singles matches for their second ASUN win in the regular season finale.
Only five players are ready for Saturday's final regular season match with Kennesaw State at Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center.
Vika Dzyuba continues win streak as Lady Bisons lose ASUN match 6-1 at FGCU.
Five players are making the trip to south Florida to face the top team in the ASUN.
Dzyuba becomes first Lipscomb women's tennis player to win three ASUN POTW awards in a season.
Dzyuba wins only point in a crucial singles match with possible national implications.
With a player injured the Lady Bisons fell 4-3 as they gave up the doubles point and one singles point.
Lipscomb coach Jamie Aid is not certain how many healthy players will be available for Stetson and North Florida matches.
Despite an injury Lipscomb wins doubles point and four singles matches for 5-2 decision Saturday.
The Lady Bisons lost 6-1 in an indoor match at NJIT as Vika Dzyuba won the only match.
Dzyuba finished last week 4-0 at No. 1 singles to earn her second ASUN weekly award of the season.
The Lady Bisons will stop at NJIT and USC Upstate for the first ASUN Conference matches of the season.
A match injury contributes to 4-2 loss to UIC.
The Lady Bisons lost the crucial doubles point, but won three singles matches in 4-3 loss to Butler.
Lady Bisons still outnumbered, but take doubles point and three singles matches for 4-2 home win.
With only five pllayers Lipscomb drops the double point and falls 4-1 to SEMO Wednesday.
Cold weather expectations have prompted Wednesday's match with SEMO to be played indoors at Hadley Park.
The Lady Bisons won at the top three singles lines, but lost the crucial doubles point with only five players.
Three of the six players for coach Jamie Aid are sick and unable to play against SEMO Friday.
The Lady Bisons take Arkansas State 4-1.
Aid seeking more success for her team in singles matches.
Dzyuba rrewarded for undefeated singles and doubles weekend.
Lipscomb earns a split for the weekend in the Carolinas.
Dzyuba, Brooks, Buberl win singles matches.
The Lady Bisons are healthy as they prepare to play Appalachian State and Wofford on the road.
Dzyuba wins big match at No. 1 for Lipscomb.
Lipscomb struggles in 7-0 match loss.
Dzyuba expected to be the leader as Lipscomb travels to Ole Miss and Tennessee.
Numbers game contributed to 4-0 loss to Western Kentucky.
Aid says her Lady Bisons are ready for Sunday's match.
Lipscomb's Dzyuba gets the only singles win for Lipscomb in 4-2 loss to Chattanooga.
Coach Aid and her team have been battling the injury bug this season.
Freshman Denise Buberl earns her first ASUN POTW and the first for Lipscomb this season in women's tennis.
Lady Bisons split weekend matches with loss to Memphis.
Lady Bisons edge Belmont 4-3 in tennis version of the "Battle on the Boulevard.
It's time for the women's tennis version of the "Battle of the Boulevard"
Elizabeth Keevil has a love for tennis but her passion is her career in dietetics and nutrition
Dzyuba makes a comeback to take singles win at No. 1.
The Lady Bisons opened the indoor season on a disappointing note as an injury played a key role in a loss to UAB.
The injury bug can't bite the women's tennis team this season with only six healthy players on the roster.
Viktoriya "Vika" Dzyuba is being counted on to be a key element in the Lady Bisons spring success.
Popova is the highest-ranked freshman signed by Aid.
Buberl, Tshatedi and Findlay all show promise for the spring.
Injuries have been an obstacle, but Aid is pleased with the fall.
Despite the absence of several key players the Lady Bisons are making big steps this fall.
Doubles pairings will get a long look during Purdue Invite.
Dzyuba will face UCLA's Shibahara in first round.
Dzyuba, Buberl move into round of 16 in prequalifying round.
Vika Dzyuba, left, and Denise Buberl, right, are the first Lipscomb players to participate in the All-American Tournament.
Dzyuba, Tshatedi both finish undefeated in singles matches.
Coach Jamie Aid is anxious to see some of her new players in action this weekend.
Dzyuba is ranked nationally and also is qualified for an All-American tournament.
Aid is proud of her team's efforts on and off of the court.
The Lady Bisons will face four teams - Mississippi, Tennessee, Ball State and South Alabama - that were nationally-ranked last season.
The 2016-17 signing class is Vika Dzyuba, top left; Maddie Brooks, lower left; Jackie Findlay, top right; and Denise Buberl, lower right.