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    Full-court Faith: How AJ McGinnis is embracing change, growth through his walk with God

    When many basketball fans see Bisons’ junior AJ McGinnis, they see a sharpshooting guard that has been one of the most dangerous scorers on the Lipscomb men’s basketball team this season. A spark-plug that provides instant energy to his team and contributed to a NCAA Tournament appearance as a freshman at UNC Greensboro. However, McGinnis’ story and value goes much deeper and much further than being able to put a ball in a hoop, and so did his growth over the offseason. After the Bisons’ victory against Alabama A&M on Nov. 18 2023, McGinnis spoke to media members about where the most growth that he saw over the offseason wasn’t…

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    Lipscomb women’s cross-country: The quiet making of a dynasty

    At Lipscomb, the growing success of men’s soccer and the longtime strength of basketball have brought money and recognition to the University. But what about the sports that don’t necessarily draw crowds or make money? The so-called non-revenue sports? Fueled by recent success, the Lady Bisons cross-country team is looking to break a norm and get its taste of recognition. If you haven’t been paying attention, the Bison women have been rewriting chapters in school record books every meet for the past two years. It has won the last two Atlantic Sun cross-country championships, completing the 2023 edition with a perfect score (meaning its runners were the first five finishers…

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    Everything in front of Lipscomb men’s basketball as it approaches crucial point of the season

    The Lipscomb men’s basketball team has had a rollercoaster 2023-2024 season up to this point. From injuries to comebacks, and from heartbreaks to triumphs, the Bisons have just about seen it all in its 24 games of play this season. But the road doesn’t get easier for Lipscomb. As the calendar turns to February and just seven games remain in the regular season, the Bisons are inching closer to the ASUN Championship tournament and their play over the next few weeks will be its most important to this point. Considering that, let’s take a look at where the Bisons currently stand, how they have gotten here, and what will be…

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    Battle of the Boulevard 2023 Preview

    Herd Media's Brandon Bigsby and Belmont Vision's Bree Fabbie preview this year's matchup. The Lipscomb Women and Men are playing back-to-back starting at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 6th on the campus of Belmont University. Be sure to follow Herd Media and listen to The Bison for live updates during the 2023 edition of Battle of the Boulevard.

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    Bison basketball: A new year

    The hardwood is once again alive as the Lipscomb University Men’s Basketball Team embarks on a new season. With high hopes, formidable talent, and a hunger for success, the team has set their sights on making this season a memorable one. After falling short to Kennesaw State in last year’s ASUN tournament, the hunger for not only revenge but a championship is fueling this team. The Bisons are currently 6-3, still staying undefeated at home after trouncing The University of Tennessee Chattanooga on November 29th. Will Pruitt rattled home 22 points while grabbing 16 rebounds in the landslide victory over the Mocs. However, Pruitt isn’t the only player who’s stepped…

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    The 150th Battle of the Boulevard

    The Battle of the Boulevard is upon us once again. After last year, and the way it ended in such dramatic fashion, with Jacob Ognacevic hitting the game winner in the final seconds, the stakes are higher than ever. This rivalry is iconic in college basketball. Two programs. One street. Lipscomb currently leads in the all time record with 77 wins while Belmont has 73 Last year was a battle for the ages. 16 lead changes throughout the whole game and some very clutch performances by multiple players. Trae Benham dropped in 22 points for the Bison’s collecting 7 rebounds as well. Also, Freshman Cade Thompson rattled in 15 points…

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    Comeback Queens: Lady Bisons battle back for thrilling 77-73 victory against Morehead State

    The Lady Bisons struggled in the first quarter against a solid Morehead State defense. The Beakers found the three-pointer early and often, jumping to an 11-0 lead before the Bisons were forced to call a timeout. Lipscomb’s Molly Heard eventually found the team’s first points of the game 4 minutes into the first quarter. Heard was the only scoring Bison in the first quarter with 5 points. 

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    Men’s Soccer wins its third straight ASUN conference tournament championship 

    Lipscomb University men’s soccer won its third straight ASUN Championship Saturday, defeating Bellarmine 1-0.   The Bisons were charging early, but it was not easy. Excellent goal protection by Bellarmine’s Lukas Tharp prevented a set of goals early from Malachi Jones. That included a saved penalty kick by Tharp to keep the Bisons from catching an early lead.  Solid defending by Lipscomb set them up to take a 1-0 lead in the 40th minute. Jones was able to find Javanne Smith, who then flicked it into the net.   In the 75th minute, the Bisons found trouble. Juan Carlos Rodriguez received a red card, putting the Bisons down a man and having to go…

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    Bisons athletics are booming midway through conference play

    Attending sporting events and cheering on your team is always a good time, it’s even more fun when they’re winning. Right now, Lipscomb is doing just that. Not just one, but many of Lipscomb’s sports teams are ranked first in the ASUN right now. So how good are these teams? Let’s break it down. The volleyball team is undefeated in conference play with an unblemished record of 4-0. Three of the four conference games they won were on the road. The Bisons are on a six game winning streak, defeating Abilene Christian and Belmont before diving into conference play. Head coach Brandon Rosenthal‘s squad has loads of depth and one…

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    A Lipscomb pep band comeback?

    The atmosphere in Allen Arena is about to change drastically. According to Landon Parrish, Special Assistant to President McQueen, Lipscomb University will have a full-fledged band playing at every basketball game this year. Parrish says, “Without a band, Allen arena just feels empty during games. You can fill dead air during timeouts and transitions with piped-in music from a computer along with the cheer team, but there’s just something missing.” This wouldn’t be the first time Allen Arena’s court is met with live music. Since 2001, the university has had different versions of a band at many games. Parrish has been there to see all of them. The history starts…