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    Lipscomb by the numbers – Lipscomb’s newest class of students (2023)

    One of the most notable things when coming back after the long summer break is how many new faces you see around campus. And in 2023 this has become even more apparent. This is the largest incoming class of freshmen and transfers than ever before. So let’s take a closer look at some of the numbers from Lipscomb’s newest class of students. A total of 893 NEW undergraduate students, including freshmen, transfers, and new online students have enrolled for the 2023 Fall semester. This makes for the largest class of new undergraduate students in Lipscomb’s history. Here’s the breakdown: 705 incoming freshmen, 160 transfer students, and 34 international students. 41…

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    Lipscomb by the numbers: Men’s basketball at Liberty

    This week’s Lipscomb by the numbers heads back to an epic conference upset game – the Lipscomb Bison’s against the Liberty Flames. The men’s basketball game on February 4th against the Flames featured a lot of numbers. The Flames were the number one team in the ASUN conference, with a 9-1 win-loss. The Bisons were the number six team in the ASUN, with a 5-5 win-loss. Despite what those numbers might suggest about the outcome of the game, the Bisons beat the number one team in the ASUN 69-64. Beyond those numbers, the attendance at the game was a huge number: 3,587 students and fans packed into Allen. Compared to…

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    Lipscomb by the numbers: Allen Arena attendance

    1,681 students and fans crowded into Allen Arena on Thursday, Jan. 19, to watch the Lipscomb Bisons men’s basketball team take down the EKU Colonels. This was the highest-attended home basketball game since late November when the Bisons played the Covenant College Scots on the 21st. Interestingly, the biggest game this season was not the Battle of the Boulevard game in November, which had 3,772 students and fans in attendance, but the Homecoming weekend game against the Campbellsville-Harrodsburg Pioneers, which had 4,789 students and fans at the game. Last night’s game had the fourth-highest attendance of the season, even passing the attendance at the Navy game – although not by…