Pitcher Price Returns Strong From Injuries

The conference matchup between Liberty University and Presbyterian University Thursday, March 29, was just like every other game. The score went back and forth, and Liberty held a one-point lead following the fifth inning. But in the sixth inning, everything changed. As routine, Liberty’s sophomore pitcher Garrett Price briefly surveyed his surroundings before starting his wind-up. Presbyterian’s outfielder Nick Guimbarda […]

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Evangeline Crist Breaks Flames Records

As the cool wind blew Evangeline Crist’s hair in front of her face Sunday, April 8, the crowd rose to its feet in applause, realizing the magnitude of her accomplishment. Crist just set the Liberty University Lady Flames record for the most singles tennis wins in school history. Whether through interactions with professors, interviewing with reporters or talking with teammates, […]

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Column: 2018 NBA Finals Predictions

The Capitals are choking, Yankees fans are assuring their friends that this is their year and Gregg Popovich has every member of the media on edge. Ah yes, spring is in the air, and spring means playoff basketball. Here are my initial thoughts through game one of each matchup: Congratulations to the Warriors on winning their third championship in four […]

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LU Shooting Team starts off with a blast

While visiting Liberty University during his son’s move-in last summer, club shooting head coach Dave Hartman noticed a lack of adequate shooting ranges for his son to train at. Hartman sent emails asking when Liberty would be getting a shooting team, but his questions seemed to get nowhere. That is, until he sent another email saying he was going to […]

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ACHA Championship Caps off Near-perfect Season for Women’s Hockey

The Lady Flames hockey team (25-1) completed their near-perfect 2017-2018 season by securing the American Collegiate Hockey Association national championship title, despite facing several new challenges. The ACHA championship victory was Liberty’s second national title for the women’s hockey program. Their first title was won in 2015 when the Lady Flames defeated the Miami University Redhawks. “It is exciting. It […]

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A Month of Sports News in Review

It’s been just under a month since my last column so I’d like to acknowledge some of the major events that have occurred in the sports world in the last few weeks: The Rams are building a dream team. The 76ers have won a franchise record 14 straight games, including a 132-130 win over LeBron James and the Cavaliers. JuJu […]

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Cole Flourishes on Liberty’s Track Team

During the 2015-2016 track & field season, Natalee Cole, who was Bowling Green State University’s only 800-meter runner, often felt alone during practice, especially after she found out that she was suffering from low iron and anemia. As if these were not enough stressors, Cole felt the frustration of being poorly coached and having to stand alone morally in a […]

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