Battle of the Boulevard gallery

Battle of the Boulevard gallery

Two installments of the Battle of the Boulevard brought two heartbreaking finishes for the Lipscomb men’s basketball team. That’s the story after the Belmont Bruins (7-1) bested the Lipscomb Bisons (6-2) by a score of 76-74 in a crowded Curb Event Center Tuesday night. Down by two, Lipscomb had 0.8 seconds to score a game-tying or a game-winning shot off a throw-in from the goal side, but redshirt senior guard Nate Moran missed a three-point attempt that bounced around the rim and fell to the floor with no time left. “It was a good shot by a good shooter, and it didn’t go in,” Lipscomb head coach Casey Alexander said. “And so we lost.” Read Spencer Boehme’s full recap of the men’s game here. Lack of shot accuracy and a stout Belmont defense haunted the Lipscomb women’s basketball team on Tuesday night, as they lost 83-43 to Belmont at the Curb Event Center in the annual Battle of the Boulevard. Belmont spread the ball well, as junior forward Ellie Harmeyer and freshman forward Conley Chinn each scored 15 points. “Well, they’re just solid,” Lipscomb head coach Greg Brown said. “Their positioning, I mean, is exactly what we thought it would be. They did a great job taking the paint away and making [us] shoot over-the-top.” Read Spencer Boehme’s full recap of the women’s game here. Photos by Mckenzi Harris « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...
Lighting of the Green gallery

Lighting of the Green gallery

Despite freezing temperatures, Amy Grant, Drew and Ellie Holcomb, Daves Highway and more carried on, spreading Christmas cheer to the Green Hills community with the annual Lighting of the Green concert on Lipscomb’s campus. Grant hosted the event, which also featured choirs from Lipscomb University and Lipscomb Academy, and Ensworth’s a capella group. Read the full Lighting of the Green story by Erin Franklin here.  « ‹ 1 of 2 › »...
Lipscomb-Kentucky NCAA soccer tournament gallery

Lipscomb-Kentucky NCAA soccer tournament gallery

The Lipscomb men’s soccer team saw its season end with a heartbreaking, 2-1 loss to Kentucky in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament Saturday night in Lexington. The Bisons (11-10) upset No. 17 Washington and No. 9 Central Florida in the first two rounds to become the tournament’s Cinderella story. Lumination sent a team of reporters to Kentucky to cover the historic event. Below is a photo gallery from Russell...
Fall on campus gallery

Fall on campus gallery

Students headed home for Thanksgiving break and are returning to campus for classes tomorrow. But before winter hits and the signs of fall are gone, Lumination’s Mckenzi Harris captured the changing leaves on campus just in time. See her gallery below:   ...
Battle of the Boulevard gallery

Battle of the Boulevard gallery

Allen Arena was crowded with predominantly Bison fans for Thursday night’s edition of the Battle of the Boulevard. But the Belmont faithful traveled two miles down the road, took over a couple of sections and made their presence known. The trip down Belmont Boulevard paid off, as the Bruins (3-0) beat the Bisons (2-1) by a score of 87-83. The Bisons nearly overcame a 19-point deficit, but a late-game turnover with nine seconds left prevented that from happening. “They didn’t do anything at all that surprised us,” Lipscomb coach Casey Alexander said. “And I’m sure we didn’t do anything at all that surprised them. That’s just…it’s a matter of who executes the best, and that’s usually the team that wins.” Senior guard Garrison Mathews finished with a team-high 27 points for Lipscomb. Read Spencer Boehme’s full recap HERE. Photos by McKenzi...
Stompfest 2018 gallery

Stompfest 2018 gallery

The “Into the Jungle” theme brought Pi Delta first place at the ninth annual StompFest. “We worked hard,”said Pi Delta member Meredith Harris. “I think that we were really dedicated during our practices, so we didn’t have to practice as often… but when we were there we were focused.” Theta Psi snagged second place with a biker theme, and Phi Sigma spies theme claimed third. The other themes included: Phi Nu Lumberjacks, Delta Sigma Cheetah Girls, Delta Omega Magicians, and Sigma Iota Delta JazzerSID. Read Kailey Schuyler’s full story here.   « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...