ATLANTA, Ga. - With the 41st year of ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country in the books, we take a look back a the highlights and accomplishments from the nine league squads in the 2019-20 season. Liberty's Felix Kandie captured Runner of the Week honors four times during the season but was edged out by Lipscomb's Brent Leber for Runner of the Year at the 2019 ASUN Championship. The Bisons defeated the Flames by one point to earn their fifth title as this year's event was hosted by FGCU at Buckingham Complex in Fort Myers, Fla.
ATLANTA, Ga. - In the third year of the ASUN Beam Video Series, the conference features student-athletes across the league that have embodied the four different conference beams of Students First, Rise, Connect and Impact. Throughout this year, the ASUN will feature student-athletes from each institution that epitomize the conference's beam of Connect as they have devoted time to community service efforts on their campuses or local communities. Each video feature highlights different initiatives on the nine league campuses in which student-athletes and staff have worked to Connect with their community.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (lipscombsports.com) - Brent Leber became the first Bison to ever run in the NCAA Division I Cross Country National Championship on Saturday morning, as he raced through the cold and rain at the LaVern Gibson Course in Terre Haute, Indiana.
ATLANTA, Ga. - Lipscomb's Brent Leber represents ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country at Saturday's NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. This marks the fourth time an ASUN student-athlete competes in the event. Leber, the ASUN Runner and Scholar-Athlete of the Year, finished seventh in last Friday's NCAA South Regional and earned one of the at-large individual selections for the South Region.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (lipscombsports.com) - Lipscomb cross country’s Brent Leber was selected to compete in the NCAA National Championship during the Division I Cross Country Selection Show on Saturday afternoon.
ATLANTA, Ga. - Seven ASUN Conference squads were represented in Friday's NCAA Regional Championships. Jacksonville, Kennesaw State, Lipscomb, North Florida and Stetson competed at the South Regional in Tallahassee, Fla. Liberty traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for the Southeast Regional while NJIT joined the field in Bethlehem, Pa., at the Mid-Atlantic Regional.
ATLANTA, Ga. - Seven ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country teams compete tomorrow at several sites for the NCAA Regional Championships. The 2019 ASUN Champions, Lipscomb is in action along with Jacksonville, Kennesaw State, Liberty, NJIT, North Florida and Stetson. In the most recent USTFCCCA Regional Polls, the Bisons and Ospreys are ranked fourth and 10th in the South Region, respectively, with the Flames ranking 12th in the Southeast Region.
ATLANTA, Ga. - Lipscomb's Brent Leber followed up his victory at the 2019 ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country Championship by being tabbed the Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year, announced Wednesday by the league office. Leber becomes the second Bisons' Men's Cross Country runner to win the award after Jacob Poyner took home the honor in 2017.
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Brent Leber guided Lipscomb to its fifth league title as the Bisons finished one point ahead of Liberty to capture the 2019 ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country Championship from FGCU's Buckingham Complex on Saturday morning. Leber's time of 24:17.6 edged out Liberty's Felix Kandie (24:21.8) and North Florida's Nathan Jubran (24:30.4) as Leber became the second individual champion in program history.
ATLANTA, Ga. - The 41st running of the ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country Championship takes place on Saturday, Nov. 2nd as FGCU hosts the event for the second time in program history at Buckingham Complex in Fort Myers, Fla. The men's race takes place at 8:30 AM ET with all nine teams taking to the course.
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Brent Leber guided Lipscomb to its fifth league title as the Bisons finished one point ahead of Liberty to capture the 2019 ASUN Conference Men's Cross Country Championship at FGCU's Buckingham Complex on Saturday morning. Leber's time of 24:17.6 edged out Liberty's Felix Kandie (24:21.8) and North Florida's Nathan Jubran (24:30.4) as Leber became the second individual champion in program history.