ATLANTA – A pair of first-time honorees, Lipscomb's Jelldrik Dallmann (Player) and North Florida's Micah Gun (Goalkeeper), joined the Bisons' Louis Robinson (Defensive Player) in being named the ASUN Conference Men's Soccer weekly awards, the league announced Tuesday.
ATLANTA – Liberty's Bridie Herman joined the Lipscomb duo of Kelli Beiler and CJ Graham to claim the ASUN Conference Women's Soccer awards this week, the conference announced on Tuesday.
Final Score: No. 23 Lipscomb: 3, Central Arkansas: 0 Location: Conway, Ark. (Bill Stephens Soccer Complex) Records: Lipscomb: 8-1-1, Central Arkansas: 4-4-1
ATLANTA – Liberty's Jonathan Yaun, Lipscomb's Ford Goldasich and North Florida's Robbie Higgins all earned ASUN Conference Golf accolades after career victories during invitationals this week. All three individuals helped their respective teams to top-five finishes, with Liberty finishing first.
Final Score: No. 23 Lipscomb: 3, [RV] Georgia State: 0 Location: Nashville, Tenn. (Lipscomb Soccer Complex) Records: Lipscomb: 7-1-1, Georgia State: 6-2-1
ATLANTA – The ASUN Conference office announced its Women's Soccer weekly awards on Tuesday, and Louise Lillback of FGCU (Player), Bridie Herman of Liberty (Defensive Player) and CJ Graham of Lipscomb (Goalkeeper) all hauled in accolades for their performances on the field.
ATLANTA - Liberty's Kate Phillips and Lipscomb's Jada DiVita along with Kennesaw State's Shelby Dennis and McKinley Ferguson earned this week's ASUN Conference Volleyball honors, announced by the league office on Monday. Phillips (Player), Dennis (Defensive), Ferguson (Setter) and DiVita (Freshman) all earned the first awards of their careers.
ATLANTA – Jacksonville's Anna Remensnyder earned the ASUN Conference's Women's Soccer Player of the Week and was joined by Shelby Craft of Lipscomb and Payton Yates of North Alabama in the league office's announcement of the weekly accolades on Tuesday afternoon.
ATLANTA – Ford Goldasich of Lipscomb is the ASUN Conference Men's Golfer of the Week, announced Thursday by the league office. The junior from Homewood, Ala., scooped up his first career weekly honor after taking second place in the Streamsong Invitational thanks to a 16-under-par 200, a total that matched three-time ASUN Player of the Year Dawson Armstrong's program record from 2015-16 for the lowest 54-hole total. He turned in 20 birdies over three rounds and surrendered just three bogeys in the tournament to help lead the Bisons to a second-place finish in the event.