2017 - FRESHMAN
- Hit 3-for-4 in UT's final game of the 2017 Tony Gwynn Classic vs. UC Irvine, helping the Vols to a 10-9 final (Feb. 25).
- Went 4-for-5 with two runs scored, two RBI and three doubles in UT's series finale at Memphis (Feb. 19), becoming the first Volunteer to knock three doubles in a single game since Matt Duffy did so vs. Georgia on May 8, 2010.
- Andre and his brother, Luc Lipcius, became the first-known set of twins to start for the Volunteers in school history.
- Made Tennessee's Opening Day lineup against the Memphis Tigers, starting at first base and going 1-for-4 with one RBI in his collegiate debut. He was one of four true freshmen to start on Opening Day.
- Four-year letterman and team captain from Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, Virginia
- Ranked as the No. 3 shortstop and No. 19 overall player in the state of Virginia by Perfect Game
- Hit .462 with four home runs, 21 RBI and a 6-2 record on the mound during his senior season at Lafayette
- Earned Underclass High Honorable Mentions accolades in 2015 after helping his school to a 3A State Championship title, hitting .390 on the year and pitching a complete game to seal the state championship win for his Rams
- Ranked as a Top 100 shortstop in the nation by Perfect Game entering his senior season in 2016
- In 2014, he was also selected as Most Valuable Player of the WWBA Underclass World Championship after scoring the winning run to give his Richmond Braves a walk-off victory over the Virginia Cardinals
- Full name is Andre Martinas Lipcius
- Born on May 22, 1998
- Son of Rochelle and Romuald Lipcius
- Twin brother, Luc, also plays for Tennessee
- Four-year honor roll & National Honor Society student at Lafayette High School (Virginia)
- Majoring in Nuclear Engineering
- Recipient of the Catherine & Paul Mountcastle Scholarship Fund
- Recipient of the Donald R. Carson Volunteer Family Scholarship