Three Lipscomb basketball games will be streamed live on the Bison

Three Lipscomb basketball games will be streamed live on the Bison

Lipscomb basketball fans can catch two women’s away games and one men’s home game on the Bison this week. You can listen for free at thebisonradio.com and on the new iPhone app. The women play at UT Martin on Monday at 11 a.m. CT and then again at Tennessee Tech on Saturday at 2 p.m., while the men play at home against Tennessee Tech on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Spencer Boehme will handle play-by-play duties for all three broadcasts. Pregame shows start approximately 10 minutes before the first tip. The Lady Bisons are 2-8, while the Bisons are 4-6. The men’s game against the Golden Eagles is the second of a home-and-home series; Lipscomb won 78-65 in Cookeville in...
RADIO ALERT: Listen to the men’s game Sunday, women’s game Wednesday on The Bison

RADIO ALERT: Listen to the men’s game Sunday, women’s game Wednesday on The Bison

Live radio coverage of Lipscomb basketball continues this week on the Bison. Fans of the Lipscomb men’s and women’s basketball teams can listen to Sunday’s and Wednesday’s games on The Bison. The games will be streamed live at thebisonradio.com and on the new iPhone app. The men’s team faces an old foe in Trevecca on Sunday at 4 p.m. CT. John Tomlinson will call play-by-play, while Spencer Boehme will handle color duties. The women’s team takes on crosstown rival Belmont on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. CT. Spencer Boehme will work play-by-play, while Micah Kennedy will serve as...
RADIO ALERT: Second Battle of the Boulevard set to be streamed online on the Bison

RADIO ALERT: Second Battle of the Boulevard set to be streamed online on the Bison

After traveling to Tennessee Tech and Xavier, the Bison radio crew returns to Nashville for the upcoming broadcast of the Battle of the Boulevard on Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. CT. Lipscomb fans worldwide can listen to the stream by going to thebisonradio.com or by downloading the new iPhone app, both of which are free to access. Spencer Boehme will call play-by-play, while Kailey Schuyler will handle color. The pregame show starts at approximately 6:20. The Lipscomb men’s basketball team (3-5) will be visiting the Belmont Bruins (5-3) to wrap up the annual home-and-home series. The Bisons have lost the last three. The Bison is a Lumination Network radio station and provides free live broadcasts of several Lipscomb University sporting events throughout the year. Upcoming games include Sunday’s tilt against Trevecca at 4 p.m. and the women’s Battle of the Boulevard on Wednesday, December 11 at 6:30...
RADIO ALERT: Lipscomb-Xavier game will be streamed live on The Bison

RADIO ALERT: Lipscomb-Xavier game will be streamed live on The Bison

Bison fans worldwide can tune into the Lipscomb-Xavier game on Lipscomb’s online student radio station, The Bison. Spencer Boehme will call play-by-play, while Erika Plunkett will handle color duties. Saturday’s live stream will begin at approximately 10:50 a.m. CT for pregame coverage live from Cintas Arena. The Bison streams several Lipscomb games throughout the year. Upcoming games include the second Battle of the Boulevard on Tuesday night. You can tune in live at thebisonradio.com or on the new iPhone app. Lipscomb is 3-4, while the Musketeers are 6-1 (No. 25...
RADIO ALERT: Lipscomb’s women’s soccer will take on MTSU tonight at 7 p.m.

RADIO ALERT: Lipscomb’s women’s soccer will take on MTSU tonight at 7 p.m.

Lipscomb’s women’s soccer team is set to take on Middle Tennessee for an exhibition match on Friday night at 7 p.m. CT. Lipscomb’s online student radio station, The Bison, will be broadcasting the game live from Murfreesboro. You can tune in here. Spencer Boehme will be on play-by-play, while Kailey Schuyler will handle color. The pregame show is set to begin 10 minutes before the match. The station will be broadcasting select Bison games all school year long. Follow Lumination Network on Twitter to keep up with the action. Photo courtesy of Lipscomb...
Robotics summer camp teaching youth the fun of engineering

Robotics summer camp teaching youth the fun of engineering

BisonBot is in its 13th year of teaching engineering and robotics skills to students from elementary through high schools. The four-week camp, put on by Lipscomb Engineering, features four different groups that each spend a week learning engineering skills while building and operating robots. The robots range from simple moving gears to fully-functioning arms that can move objects off of a conveyor belt.  The campers’ experience levels range from the first time with electronics, all the way up to advanced students who have been building robotics and engineering for years.  “We don’t require that [the students] have any previous robotics knowledge before they come in, although a lot of the kids do,” said Ginger Reasonover, the coordinator of BisonBot camp. She is also a Science teacher at Lipscomb Academy. The four groups are the wee bots, who are between kindergarten and first grade, the juniors, who are between second and third grade, the fundamentals camp includes fourth through seventh graders and the advanced camp is for children that have had robotics experience. The advanced camp, for students in seventh through 12th grade, is mostly for students who have done the camp in the past. Every other year is the Robotics Academy where students learn how to program as well as build a robot. That will take place in next summer.  The students get to take approximately five different robot projects that they built home with them. The youngest age group only builds their robots for a show-and-tell with the group and with their parents. The two older groups are split into teams of two and compete in a game...