Brother and sister share success It is one thing to attend the same university as your sibling, it is another to both be stars on your respective sports teams. Jennifer and James Knoebel are the brother and sister duo that have become key components of Liberty’s soccer program. Jennifer Knoebel is a junior forward for the Lady Flames soccer team […]Read more
The Liberty Flames men’s soccer team (2-1) lost its first game of the 2016 season 2-0 against the Tribe of William & Mary Friday night at home in Osborne Stadium. This first loss for the Flames, and second win for the Tribe, evens both teams’ records to 2-1. The Flames and the Tribe played a balanced game in the first […]Read more
Sisters Ashleigh and Alyssa Hill have a bond that goes beyond the soccer field Best friends. Number one fans. Roommates. These all describe the relationship between sisters Ashleigh and Alyssa Hill. Now, the pair can add being regular members of the starting lineup for the Lady Flames soccer team to the list. Ashleigh Hill, a sophomore, welcomed her freshman sister […]Read more
Flames cannot overcome early deficit against NC State The N.C. State Wolfpack pulled out a 2-0 win over the Liberty Flames men’s soccer team in a non-conference game Sept. 4 at Osborne Stadium to win for the fifth time in six meetings. The Flames started the contest with some early pressure on the Wolfpack’s side of the field. The Wolfpack […]Read more
Two late goals in second half carry Liberty over Bluefield in season opener Liberty men’s soccer team pulled out a 2-1 victory against the Bluefield Rams in their home opener on Friday August 28. The Flames took the lead in the second half with two goals in the span of 1:09 to solidify the win and earn a 1-0 start […]Read more
The Liberty Flames men’s soccer team (5-2-1, 0-1 Big South) shut out the Howard University Bison (0-10-1) 4-0, Sept. 23 at Osborne Stadium.
The Flames began the game with aggressive attacks. They amassed two early corner kicks and multiple shot attempts, none of which were […]Read more
Aggressive play by the Flames combined with sloppy passing by Indiana University – Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI) allowed Liberty (2-0-0) to take an early lead less than four minutes into the game — a lead they never relinquished — as Liberty’s men’s soccer team went on to win their home opener 4-0. The Flames played with a high level of […]Read more