The Lipscomb track and field squad kicked off its 2016-17 season with good results as the Bisons turned in several great performances at the Vanderbilt Opener.
The Lipscomb track and field squad will be getting an early start to its indoor campaign on Saturday as the Bisons are set to compete close to home in the Vanderbilt Opener Invitational.
After wrapping up a successful season, the Lipscomb track and field squad added multiple national academic honors to its 2015-16 resume, as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Association.
Former Lipscomb three-time All-American Madi Talbert will look to continue her storybook track and field career after earning a spot in the upcoming U.S. Olympic Team Trials. She will join 23 of the best runners in the country in the 3000m steeplechase which will run at 6:03 CST on Monday July 4 in Eugene, Oregon at historic Hayward Field.
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.
Madi Talbert’s storied Lipscomb career came to a bittersweet end on Thursday as the senior ran the fastest non-qualifying time in the women’s 3000m steeplechase in the history of the NCAA Division I Outdoor National Championships.
After five years of working with the Purple and Gold, Steven Mason has officially been added on as a full-time assistant coach for the Lipscomb cross country and track and field squad.
With one meet left in her storied Lipscomb track and field career, Madi Talbert is ready to take on the country’s best with her fourth consecutive appearance at the NCAA Division I Outdoor National Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Brianne Hogland, left, and Kelly Young, right, spent last weekend at the NCAA Career Forum in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Brittany Duerk Spitznagel has taken another step toward her ultimate career goal to become a pharmacy professor and researcher. She has one more degree ahead of her.