Lakota East's Danielle Horter is on her way to Tennessee to suit up for the Lee University Flames.
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Lydia Miller commits to Lipscomb University for cross country running and distance track events.
Brian Risse of North Lincoln won a loaded NCHSAA 2A 3200m to help lead his team to a outdoor team title, the greatest moment of his high school career.
Wynn Johnson talks about the sport and college decision.
Previewing the first installment of the HOKA Postal Nationals in Nashville on Saturday.
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. (via LipscombSports.com)
After a successful indoor season the Lipscomb track and field squad is kicking off their outdoor season with the Lipscomb-Belmont Dual, track and fieldâ€™s version of the â€œBattle of the Boulevard.â€ (via LipscombSports.com)
The former South Mecklenburg standout, now a junior, has been running strong for Lipscomb from the beginning.
MACON, Ga. - The Atlantic Sun Conference announced the 2014 Women's Cross Country Preseason Runner of the Year Award and Preseason Coaches Poll on Wednesday afternoon. (via atlanticsun.org)
Gemikal Prude has the perfect body for an athlete - if that athlete is a point guard on a basketball team. During his junior year in high school another sport started to capture his interest. (via LipscombSports.com)
Freshman distance runner Kendra Lobley has been named the Atlantic Sun women's Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Wednesday. Lobley holds one of the nation's top marks in the 5000m run after the setting the school record last weekend. (via LipscombSports.com)
Lipscomb's Track and Field program highlighted honors earned by Atlantic Sun institutions from U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) for their respective academic excellence. Lipscomb's Men led all institutions with a 3.320 team cumulative GPA, tied with Yale while the Lady Bisons posted a cumulative GPA of 3.540 to rank second nationally behind West Virginia by a mere 0.04.
Second-year head coach Bill Taylor has announced the signing of seven more men for the 2008-09 school year. This brings the total men signed for the upcoming season to 13. Along with the signing of five more women for the 2008-09 school year. This brings the total women signed for the upcoming season to seven.
Meagan Hoar of Miami, FL and Ashley Lehman of Harrisonburg, VA have both signed National Letters of Intent to compete for Lipscomb University in Cross Country and Track & Field in the 2008-09 school year. They are first year Head Coach Bill Taylor’s first two women to sign for next year.
The Bison Men’s Track program announced the signing of six men to the 2008-2009 team. These are the first men’s team recruits to sign with Lipscomb University and first year head coach Bill Taylor. The six are Nathan Brame (Radford, VA), Benton Reed (Scottsboro, AL), Trace Carlson (Mt. Morris, IL), Tylar Youngs (Kennesaw, GA), Chad Martin (Coppell, TX) and Hunter Hethcoat (Franklin, TN).