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The Liberty Flames ski and snowboard team got some serious air time at the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association national championships this week, coming away with a pair of fourth place finishes and first place in the Big Air competition. ...
Liberty University News Service
1st Lt. Jeff Grimes, a U.S. Army chaplain serving in Afghanistan, is not only a counselor and peacemaker, but also a passionate supporter of the Flames’ hockey teams. ...
Liberty University News Service
Campus facility upgrades have transformed Liberty University in dramatic ways over the past decade, including a major overhaul of the school's Club Sports facilities, paralleling the modernization and expansion of its NCAA programs. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. threw the ceremonial first pitch in the Flames' new baseball stadium on Saturday, as the crowd of more than 2,500 erupted in cheers, christening the facility and supporting the home team in its first game in its new home. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
When the final American Collegiate Hockey Association Division I women’s rankings were released Monday night, Liberty University was the near-unanimous choice to stay at No. 1 for the third consecutive poll. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
The eyes of the American Collegiate Hockey Association were on Liberty University Wednesday night when broadcasters from the School of Communication announced the 17th Division I poll and pairings for the National Tournament live from the LaHaye Ice Center. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
On Wednesday at 9:45 p.m., the announcement of the season's 17th and final ACHA men's hockey DI national poll will be broadcast live from Liberty's LaHaye Ice Center through streaming web TV. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University has hired Newton Media to assist in the launch of Liberty Flames Sports Network, a new national TV and radio network to showcase live Liberty University sporting events. ...
Liberty University News Service
Construction workers are bustling about the site of Liberty University's new baseball stadium, which is on schedule to accommodate fans for the Flames' home opener against Penn State on Feb. 22. ...
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Liberty University's women’s Division I hockey team retained its No. 1 national ranking in Saturday's third of four American Collegiate Hockey Association Division I polls. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Defending NCWA National Duals champion Liberty University rallied from behind to upset top-seeded University of Maryland-Baltimore County in the semifinals before falling to second-seeded Lindenwood-St. Charles in a finals rematch. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
The Liberty University Division I women's hockey team has earned the top spot in the latest American Collegiate Hockey Association rankings poll. ...
Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
With the absence of more than 12,000 residential students for winter break, much of Liberty University’s dining and recreational offerings will be closed for the holidays, but there are still opportunities to get a taste of excitement or enjoy family fun on campus. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Flames racquetball standout Shawn Furman recently received a one-year sponsorship deal from ProKennex Racquetball, a leading racquet sports equipment company. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
For the second year in a row, Liberty wide receiver Pat Kelly has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America® Football Division I first team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). ...
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