Baseball's Chris Parker: Where Are They Now?

A last-minute decision to attend Lipscomb has paid dividends for Chris Parker.


Baseball's Jim Pittman: Where Are They Now?

Jim Pittman, far right, was the captain of the 1966 team which held a 50th reunion this past weekend at Lipscomb.


Baseball's Glenn Eddins: Where Are They Now?

Eddins, a three-time NAIA All-American and former team captain, will be inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.


Baseball's Phillip Dickens: Where Are They Now?

Dickens, front row center, is one of five former baseball players to be inducted April 30 into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.


Baseball's Trey Hartman: Where Are They Now?

Hartman is one of five baseball players scheduled to be inducted April 30 into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.


Baseball's Wayne Wright: Where Are They Now?

Wayne Wright's is one of five new members of the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame scheduled to be inducted in April.


Baseball's Davey Hackett: Where Are They Now?

Hackett's baseball career at Lipscomb prepared him to be in orthopedic medical device sales.


Dr. Kyle Stephens: Men's Basketball Where Are They Now?

Kyle Stephens was part of the transition from NAIA to NCAA and has returned home to practice medicine.


Where are they now? Volleyball's Jordan Huston

Jordan Huston was a volleyball player who could always come through in clutch situations for the Bisons. She balanced volleyball with nursing school. She is a regular at Lipscomb athletic events. She spent some time this week with LipscombSports.com


Where are they now?? Betsy Steele Hirschy

Lipscombsports.com had a chance this week to catch up with former volleyball player Betsy Steele Hirschy, who now lives in Orlando with her husband and two sons.