Ken Dugan Field at Stephen Lee Marsh Stadium
Lipscomb baseball was one the earliest campus sport programs starting in the 1920s. Several men served as head coach of the Bisons in the early days of Lipscomb baseball. In 1939, under Coach Bob Neil, the Lipscomb baseball program captured the programs first-ever championship by winning the MVC Championship.
During World War II the Bison Baseball program was suspended before returning in 1946, the year Lipscomb went from a 2-year college to a 4-year program. In the 1950’s the intensity began to increase with the amount of practice and games played by the Bison Baseball program.
In 1960, Ken Dugan, a former standout player, returned to serve as head coach of the Bison Baseball team. Dugan would set in motion one of the greatest coaching careers in Lipscomb athletic history. With the arrival of Ken Dugan the Lipscomb baseball program would never be the same. Ken Dugan would serve as the Bisons coach from 1960-1996 winning more than 1,000 games.
In 1966, the Bisons captured the programs first-ever District Championship and just missed advancing to the NAIA World Series. In 1971, the Bisons were able to win the District and Area Championship and advanced to the NAIA World Series where they finished in second place. The 1971 championship would begin a string of championships that would be unprecedented in Nashville collegiate baseball history.
In 1977 and 1979, Coach Ken Dugan led the Bisons to NAIA National Championships. The 1977 Cha
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