Lippincott, an All-Region First Team selection at third base, has won all three Central Region Player of the Year awards, winning the honors by the NCBWA, ABCA and Daktronics. He was named the NSIC Player of the Year and currently leads all Division II hitters with a .494 average, while ranking second in the country with a .594 on base percentage and third nationally with an .864 slugging percentage.
His triple-slash line led the Central Region across the board while he also led the region with 19 doubles and 133 total bases while his 10 home runs ranked fifth. He also ranked second in the region with 76 hits and a 1.13 RBI per game rate while his 1.07 runs per game were fifth.
Opponents walked Lippincott intentionally 15 times and he was hit by pitch 13 more times as pitchers tried to avoid making mistakes on the inner half to the strong left handed hitter. He also drew 28 walks to just 15 strikeouts.
He hit his first career grand slam (a game winner against Winona State) and first career cycle in this, his senior season. He is Concordia’s career record holder with a .428 average over 161 games (594 at bats), also holding career records in runs (170), doubles (63) and triples (12). He’s the reigning Capital One College Division Baseball Academic All-American of the Year and maintains a 4.0 cumulative grade point average.