Chase Lipscomb
Chase Lipscomb
Height: 6-4
Year: SR
Hometown: Irvine, CA
High School: Capistrano Connections Academy
Major: Computer Science

2017-18: Quality member of the Bulldog men’s tennis team that competed at the ITA Indoor Championships… Landed on the All-SCIAC First Team… During the spring, he shored up the No. 1 singles slot for the third season in a row… Amassed a record of 12-5, as highlighted by straight-set wins over counterparts from No. 13 Trinity University (TX), No. 16 University of Mary Washington (VA), and No. 6 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges… Combined forces with Brysl Libao as a formidable doubles duo that went 10-5 on the season, with six of those wins coming at the top spot…  Also finished the season on a 3-1 run at the top spot with wins over Chapman University, Caltech, and Whittier College… Won the Fall ITA West Regional Championship for All-America honors… Finished fifth at the prestigious ITA Oracle Cup in Rome, GA…

2016-17: Talented sophomore competitor for the nationally-ranked Redlands men’s tennis team that posted a 16-7 overall record… Critical part of the No. 11 squad that took second in the highly-touted SCIAC… Earned a spot on the All-SCIAC First Team… Also became an ITA All-American with his second-round appearance at the NCAA Individual Singles Championships… Competed at the No. 1 slot in singles… Registered a 13-7 dual-match mark that included wins over his opponent from No. 2 CMS, No. 10 Wesleyan University (CT), and No. 13 Williams College (MA)… Joined forces with Brad Cummins for a formidable No. 2 doubles duo… The tandem fired off an 18-4 dual-match record that included eight wins over counterparts from top-30 teams… Knocked off their opponents from the No. 1 team in the nation to highlight an impressive season of results… Also topped their doubles foes from No. 3 Bowdoin College, No. 12 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges, and No. 13 Williams College… 

2015-16: Excellent rookie for the nationally-ranked Bulldog men’s tennis team that finished third in the SCIAC… Qualified for the NCAA Individual Championships in singles… SCIAC Newcomer of the Year… First-Team All-SCIAC selection… Finished the season ranked No. 25 in singles… Climbed into the No. 1 slot for singles and earned an impressive 24-5 mark on the season, which included 21 straight-set triumphs… Rattled off 13-match win streak from March 4 to April 1… Knocked off the ninth-ranked singles player from the No. 23 University of Texas – Tyler in a 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 win on March 15… Went 7-2 against conference foes… Secured the No. 2 position in doubles, primarily playing with Parker Wilson… Put together an overall doubles record of 16-12 and a 6-4 mark in SCIAC…  Played for the squad that earned the ITA All-Academic Team Award…