Vika Dzyuba leads a list of six honors brought home by the Lipscomb women's tennis team after a record-setting season that saw them finish the regular season 16-5.
Lipscomb currently stands third in the race for the ASUN Conference Bill Bibb All-Sports Trophy with nine championships still to be decided.
Lipscomb could not have finished the regular season any better after dispatching Stetson 5-2 on the Hatters’ home court in DeLand, Florida Saturday morning.
Lipscomb fell in defeat 5-2 to North Florida at the UNF Tennis Complex Thursday in ASUN action.
Senior Vika Dzyuba posted a 4-0 combined record between single and doubles against NJIT and 2-time defending ASUN champion FGCU over the weekend.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team wrapped up its home slate and said goodbye to its seniors with a 5-2 win over FGCU Saturday.
Lipscomb improved to 14-4 with the sweep of NJIT Thursday in Nashville.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team lost for the first time in more than a month on Saturday in a road trip to Liberty, where the Flames defeated the Lady Bisons 4-3 at the Cook Tennis Center.
Lipscomb earned its sixth straight victory Thursday when it defeated Kennesaw State 6-1 in Nashville. The win moved the Lady Bisons to 13-3 overall and 2-0 in league action,
Lipscomb continued its win streak Saturday when it blanked North Alabama 7-0 on the road to open ASUN play.
The Lady Bisons improved to 11-3 on the year and have now won seven of their last eight matches.
Vika Dzyuba won her 4th ASUN Player of the Week honor after posting a 4-0 combined record between single and doubles against Arkansas State and Presbyterian over the weekend.
The Lady Bisons (10-3) earned a 6-1 win over Arkansas State Friday night before downing Presbyterian 4-1 Saturday.
Vika Dzyuba and Denise Buberl each picked up wins in both singles and doubles to help Lipscomb down Belmont 5-2 Friday.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team split a pair of matches this weekend, defeating UConn 5-2 on Saturday before falling 5-2 to Memphis on Sunday.
The Lady Bisons improved to 6-2 on the year for their best start since 2016 with a pair of victories over Western Kentucky and Illinois State this weekend.
The Lady Bisons will welcome Western Kentucky at 7 p.m. Friday and then Illinois State at 7 p.m. Saturday.
The Lady Bisons knocked off Murray State 5-2 on Friday for their fourth win in a row, before falling 4-0 at Alabama on Saturday.
The Bisons will face the Racers on Friday at noon, before traveling to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to face the Crimson Tide on Sunday at 4 p.m.
Lipscomb went on the road Saturday to Crestview Hills, Kentucky and defeated the Norse 4-1, before returning to Nashville on Sunday to down the Buccaneers also by a score of 4-1.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team is hitting the courts again this weekend with a pair of matches, one away and one at home.
The win was the first in program history over the Blazers (0-2) for the Lady Bisons (1-1).
The Lady Bisons get their home schedule underway at 7 p.m. Saturday when they welcome UAB to the Whitworth Racquet Club.
The Lady Bisons hit the road Saturday afternoon for its season opener in Murfreesboro, but the Lady Bisons were unable to hold off Middle Tennessee in a 5-2 loss at the Adams Tennis Complex.
Nearly three months after competing in the June Stewart Invitational at Vanderbilt, the Lady Bisons will be back in action to open their spring schedule this weekend with a short trip to Middle Tennessee on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Adams Tennis Complex.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team is ready to roll into the spring season as head coach Jaime Aid released on Friday the 22-match spring schedule.
For the 6th-straight year, Lipscomb leads the ASUN Conference All-Sports standings in the race for the Bill Bibb Trophy after the conclusion of the conference fall seasons.
The Lady Bisons made history with the best showing in program history in the main doubles draw as Vika Dzyuba and Kate Popova advanced to the championship match, where they ultimately lost to the No. 2 pairing from Vanderbilt in a tiebreaker 7-6(5), 0-6 (3-10).
The ninth-seeded duo of Vika Dzyuba and Kate Popova continued to make history for the Lady Bisons program Sunday by earning their fourth-straight victory with a (6-4, 6-3) decision over Vanderbilt’s No. 5 seed
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team had history-making day on the court Saturday as a pair of duos advanced to the semifinals of doubles play on day three of the ITA Regionals in Chattanooga.
Lipscomb Athletics will induct seven new members into the departmental Hall of Fame on Nov. 10 at 11:30 a.m.
The tournament begins 9:30 a.m.Thursday on the campus of UT Chattanooga when nearly 200 student-athletes and 22 teams invade the Scenic City.
The Lady Bisons brought home six top-five finishes, including three draw victories, in the Purdue Invite that consisted of singles and doubles action over three days.
A week after sending just Kate Popova and Vika Dzyuba to the Milwaukee Classic, head coach Jamie Aid will field her full roster of nine for the three-day event.
Viktoriya Dzyuba (pictured) and Kateryna Popova picked up big wins against a loaded field in the Milwaukee Tennis Classic over the weekend for the Lady Bisons.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team is headed up north for their second match of the season as the Lady Bisons are set to compete in the Milwaukee Tennis Classic on Thursday and Friday, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Competing against a field that included Cincinnati, Xavier, Dayton, Western Kentucky and Northern Kentucky among others, the Lady Bisons dominated by winning seven of their eight draws.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis team is set to open its fall campaign this weekend with a trip up north to the Cincinnati Invitational, hosted by Northern Kentucky. The event will run Friday and Saturday.
Thirty ASUN Conference student-athletes, administrators & league representatives attended the 2018 Summer Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Meetings from July 22-24 on the campus of Lipscomb University.
The Lipscomb women’s tennis program was named an All-Academic team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) earlier this week, as Madeleine Brooks, Hannah Gamage, Kateryna Kandyba, Kateryna Popova and Thabile Tshatedi were each named ITA Scholar-Athletes.