RETURN OF INVESTMENT
LAST 10 GAMES
Conference: ASUN Conference
NCAA Division: Division I
City: Nashville, Tennessee
Stadium: Allen Arena
- National Championships: None
- Conference Titles: 3 (2006, 2010, 2019)
- NCAA Tournaments: 1 (2018)
- Volunteer State Athletic Conference
- Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference
- TransSouth Athletic Conference
Lipscomb Bisons Standings & Analysis
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All-Time Lipscomb Bisons Stats & Records
- John Pierce, 4,230
- Philip Hutcheson, 4,106
- Garrison Mathews, 2,478
- Eli Pepper, 1,015
- Ahsan Asadullah, 927
- Adnan Hodzic, 840
- Josh Slater, 462
- Nathan Moran, 405
- Kenny Cooper, 381
Overview of the Lipscomb Bisons Standings
The Lipscomb Bisons’ standings for the 2021-2022 season showed a record of 14 wins and 19 losses, with a conference record of 6 wins and 10 losses, landing them in fourth place in the West Division. Despite this, the team was able to secure a spot in the ASUN tournament, where they faced off against the North Florida Ospreys in the first round. The Bisons battled hard and came away with a victory. However, their tournament run was cut short in the quarterfinals when they faced the Liberty Flames and ultimately fell to their opponent.
During the season, several standout players emerged for the Bisons, including sophomore forward Will Pruitt, who averaged 11.8 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, and junior guard Romeao Ferguson, who averaged 9.3 points and 3.7 assists per game. With these players and others, the Bisons will be looking to build on their successes and aim for even greater achievements in the upcoming seasons.
As the Bisons gear up for the 2022-2023 season, they will be looking to improve upon their standings and compete at a higher level both in their conference and in the tournament. With the right combination of skill, teamwork, and determination, the Bisons have the potential to achieve great things on the court. Fans of the team will be eagerly anticipating the start of the upcoming season to see how the team performs and what their Lipscomb Bisons Standings will be.
Before Betting on Lipscomb Bisons, Check Out These Tips:
Monitor the NCAAB Team’s Injury Report
Injuries can greatly affect a team’s performance, so it’s important to keep track of who is and isn’t available to play. This information can often be found on the team’s official website or through sports news outlets.
Monitor Latest Basketball Trends and Statistics
Keep track of the team’s recent performance and pay attention to any trends or patterns in their statistics, such as their scoring average, defensive efficiency, or their success rate on the road versus at home.
Look at College Basketball Betting Trends and Odds
Pay attention to the odds being offered by different sportsbooks, as well as any betting trends. This can give you a sense of how the public is viewing the team and help you make informed betting decisions. However, it’s important to remember that odds and trends are just one factor to consider and should not be the sole basis for your betting decisions.
Consider the NCAA Team’s Overall Talent Level
Look at the team’s roster to see if they have any star players, as well as their depth at each position. This can give you a sense of the team’s overall talent level and help you predict how they may perform in future games.
Lipscomb Bisons Basketball History
Lipscomb basketball can be traced back to the school’s first team in the 1926-27 season under coach Herschel Priestley. The Bisons didn’t start keeping tabs on wins and losses until Leo Lipscomb Boles took over the team in 1929 and led them to a 70-19 record. The Bisons then had their share of ups and downs that accompany the majority of basketball teams.
Lipscomb was content to compete in smaller conferences in the NAIA and the basketball program never really amounted to much. That all changed when Don Meyer became the team’s 12th head coach in 1975. Under Meyer, the team turned into an NAIA powerhouse that made 13 NAIA Tournament appearances and won the NAIA championship in 1986.
Back to the NAIA Tournament
Meyer left after the 1998-99 season and was replaced by Scott Sanderson, who took the Bisons back to the NAIA Tournament in his first NCAA season, reaching the quarterfinals. The school announced a move to Division I and began the transition period as a member of the ASUN. After a 20-win season in 2005-06, Lipscomb received an invitation to compete in the NIT.
Sanderson, the son of former Alabama coach Wimp Sanderson, left the team after the 2013 season to take over for his brother at Faulkner University. Casey Alexander became the team’s coach in 2013-14 and led the team to its first NCAA Tournament berth after winning the 2018 ASUN conference tournament.
The following season, Lipscomb reached the finals of the NIT, where it lost to Texas. Alexander moved two miles down the road to Belmont, where he graduated, and Lennie Acuff took over as head coach in 2019-20.