Sep 21, 2010

Men’s Hockey splits opening weekend series

by Callie Cagwin
The Liberty Flames Division I hockey team played a two-game series against Adrian College Friday and Saturday, winning its first game against Adrian College, but losing the second. The team played two hard-fought games in a packed Lahaye Ice Center. Liberty head coach Kirk Handy said this was the first time the two teams had competed against one another.

There’s no place like home

by HORNEFFER is a sports reporter.
The Lady Flames soccer team dominated this past week in their games against Southern Virginia University and Howard University.

Four minutes with Pat

by Nate Brown
Saturday morning I got the call I had been waiting for all week: the senior vice president and cofounder of the Orlando Magic, author of over 50 books, father of 19 — 14 internationally adopted children, patron of six NBA finals, host of a weekly Orlando Christian radio program and the man responsible for the NBA careers of Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal and Daryl Dawkins was available for an interview.

Flames volleyball dethrones Dukes

by Ryan Carr
The Lady Flames volleyball team advanced to 7-3 Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over in-state rival James Madison University.

Are athletes or reporters to blame?

by Kelly Marvel
The NFL football season has gotten off to an interesting start, especially for the New York Jets. Not only did they lose their Monday Night Football week one debut against the Ravens, but now they have a scandal on their hands.

Men’s Soccer misfires in consecutive losses

by Peter Sawyer
The Liberty Flames fell to the Radford Highlanders Saturday night in their first conference game this season, 0-1. Since opening the season with a 6-0 victory over Bluefield at Osbourne stadium, the Flames have played each of their ensuing games on the road.