Return To Campus Plan
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Lipscomb Hockey has been a member GNASH (Greater Nashville Scholastic Hockey Association) since the 2013-14 season when we first launched as a varsity program. Due to the popularity of the sport, we soon developed a junior varsity program to focus on skills and player development.
From our inception, a number of highly skilled student-athletes have helped put Mustang hockey on the map and given us a reputation for icing competitive teams. In our first season, we qualified for the Hines Cup (Division 2) state championship game. In our third year, we qualified for the Preds Cup (Division 1) state championship and become the first program in GNASH history to play in Division 2 during the regular season and defeat a Division 1 team in the Preds Cup tournament.
With the renovation of the human performance weight room located at the Upper School, the enhanced performance center is accessible now for the entire student body. The renovations have expedited our ability to install methodologies based around teaching movement, core strength and proper lifting techniques. Sixteen racks, numerous dumbbell and kettlebell racks and increased space give the athletics program the necessary tools to teach effectively.
The Centennial Sportsplex, a year-round center incorporating two full-size ice rinks measuring 200' x 85', is middle Tennessee's $20-million, 145,000 square-foot ultimate fitness, recreation, and sports complex. The Centennial Sportsplex is home of the NHL Nashville Predators professional hockey team.
The Ford Ice Center was established as a public-private partnership between the NHL Nashville Predators and Metro Nashville Government that continue the growth of hockey and all forms of recreational skating in Middle Tennessee.
The Ford Ice Center Bellevue, Nashville's newest skating center, houses two ice rinks within the 100,000-square-foot facility.
Bridgestone Arena is home to the NHL Nashville Predators.
2019-2020, 2018-2019: Elliot Greene, North America Hockey League (NAHL)
2019-2020: Sam Hagan, North America Hockey League (NAHL)
2018-2019: Sean Hagan, North America Hockey League (NAHL)
2018 Tennessean's Tennessee High School Hockey Player of the Year: Sean Hagan
2018-2019: Sam Hagan
2017-2018: Sean Hagan
2013-14 Hines Cup
Christian Sorenson, Liberty University
Zacariah Zehnder, Liberty University
Austin Gant, Lipscomb University