Flames drop third straight match

Hot Pursuit — Liberty forward Blessing Tahuona competed for a ball in a home game Saturday, Sept. 29 against Wofford.  Photo credit: Lauren Adriance

Two inches made the difference in the men’s soccer game Saturday, Sept. 29 when Liberty University played Wofford College. Wofford player Connor Davis, who is 6’1”, scored two goals just over the heads of Liberty defenders Greg White and Tim Harbison, who are both 5’11”, to give his team an …

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Lady Flames blank George Washington U.

Control — Midfielder Hannah Meyers (28) looks to cross the ball in an attempt to score. Liberty won 1-0. Photo credit: Jake Mitchell

Forward Jamie Bouffard scored the only goal of the game in Liberty University’s 1-0 win over visiting George Washington University Friday, Sept. 14 at the East Campus fields. The lone goal came when Bouffard received a perfectly-timed cross […]

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Panthers slash Lady Flames 1-0

Heartbreak — Pittsburg snapped Liberty’s three game winning streak as the Lady Flames were shut-out Friday. Photo credit: Jake Mitchell

It seems that the weather at Liberty University favored the women’s soccer game between Liberty and the University of Pittsburg. Rain poured from Tuesday to Thursday of last week, but let up on Friday just in time for the women’s soccer game, before raining again on Saturday. According to libertyflames.com, …

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Wolfpack douses Flames

Struggle — Freshman forward Blessing Tahuona fights for control of the ball. Photo Credit: Ruth Bibby

Liberty loses home opener 2-0 to N.C. State in front of near-record crowd Spectators filled all of the seats in the Osborne stadium and the grass fields next to the bleachers. According to libertyflames.com, 1,783 filled the stands, the third largest crowd ever at Osborne stadium. The bleachers were painted …

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Amoo, Aseweh selected by Major League Soccer

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The list of Liberty Flames in pro sports just got a little longer this month, with soccer players Darren Amoo and Phillip Aseweh both being taken in the supplemental MLS draft. Amoo will be playing for the Columbus Crew, and Aseweh will be taking his talents to the Houston Dynamo. …

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Soccer finishes season in NCAA tourney

Jeff Alder’s team advanced to the NCAA tournament after winning the BSC Through their hardships during the season, Liberty University re-mastered the basics of soccer at defense and teamwork that allowed them to win the Big South Championship this season and progress to the national NCAA Tournament. Not too many …

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Men’s soccer claims Big South Championship

The men’s fourth-seeded Liberty University men’s soccer team won the Big South Title in a 3-1 victory over No. 2 Gardner-Webb, Sunday. With the win Liberty clinched their second Big South Title and an automatic bid in the NCAA Tournament. The journey through the tournament began with a rematch against …

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Women’s soccer falls to RU in semifinal round

No.1 seeded Radford knocked off the Lady Flames, 4-1 With Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner, and regular season play over, all eyes of the Lady Flames women’s soccer team were on one thing — the playoffs. “The best way to prepare for post-season play is to begin preparing …

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Joseph, Asewah provide winning goal

A first half goal by Phillip Asaweh was enough to end Liberty’s three game losing streak against Presbyterian College as they won 1-0 Thursday night. Liberty’s Juan Nino started off a chain of passes from the middle which saw Travis Joseph send the ball to forward Phillip Asaweh past the …

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Camels spoil Homecoming weekend

Although there were many Homecoming activities throughout the weekend, the Lady Flames soccer team was determined to remain focused on their game against Campbell University and use Homecoming as a source of energy and support. “Homecoming will not be a distraction, it will be an encouragement to the team. Friends …

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MLS uprising

How soccer is becoming America’s biggest athletic event This year has been a rough one for professional sports in America. With lockouts tripping up the NFL and NBA, and performance-enhancing drugs plaguing MLB, it’s no surprise that feelings have begun to sour toward these sports. But they face a greater …

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