ASUN Beam Video Series: Brittany Thomas' Impact at Lipscomb

LakePoint, Ga. - In the first ASUN Beam Video Series, the conference features student-athletes across the ASUN that have made an Impact in the classroom, in competition and in the community. Throughout the spring, the ASUN will feature two student-athletes from each institution that epitomize the conference's beam of Impact.

Brittany Thomas' impact in the ASUN and at Lipscomb has been felt across the board as she concluded her senior season this past fall with the Bisons' volleyball program.

Thomas finished her career with a long list of accolades and accomplishments, while pursuing her degree in Accounting. With a 3.85 cumulative GPA, Thomas earned a spot on the ASUN All-Academic Team for the first time in November and later added CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition alongside FGCU's Amanda Carroll & Kennesaw State's Kristi Piedimonte. On the court, Thomas helped the Bisons to three NCAA Tournament appearances, while racking up 1,562 career digs, three ASUN Defensive Player of the Week nods and selection to the Second Team All-Conference and All-Tournament Team in 2016.

The Overland Park, Kan. native impacted her local Nashville community with her volunteer work at Project 658 in which Thomas and fellow Lipscomb student-athletes cared for the refugees' children during English lessons for their parents and played soccer with the children after school. From there, Thomas and Lipscomb's volleyball team took a mission trip to Malawi, Africa in May of 2017 to build a volleyball court, work in education and nursing environments and interact with the local children.


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