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  • Former WNBA Player Wright Joins Liberty WBB Staff

    Former WNBA player and All-American Monica Wright has joined Liberty's women's basketball staff as an assistant.

  • Sweden's Sissay Signs with Lady Flames

    Liberty Women's Basketball Head Coach Carey Green announced that Melat Sissay, a 5-6 point guard from Sweden, has signed to attend Liberty University for the 2018-19 academic year.

  • Graduation Reflections with Tatyana Crowder, Evangeline Crist and Molly Reagan

    Alan York of LFSN had a chance to talk with graduating seniors Tatyana Crowder (women's basketball), Evangeline Crist (women's tennis) and Molly Reagan (women's basketball).

  • Green Voted VaSID State Coach of the Year

    Carey Green has been voted the 2017-18 Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) University Division Women's Basketball Coach of the Year for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

  • Vega Chosen to Attend Women's Leadership Symposium

    Liberty senior guard Sheana Vega has been selected by the Big South Conference to attend the 2018 NCAA/Women Leaders in College Sports Women's Leadership Symposium.

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  • 2018 NCAA WBB Selection Show - 03/12/18

  • WBB Recap - UNC Asheville (BSC) - 03/11/18

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  • Green Previews 2018 Big South WBB Championship

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  • WBB Recap - Longwood - 02/27/18

  • WBB Recap - UNC Asheville - 02/17/18

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  • Green Voted to All-ECAC 2nd Team

    On Thursday, the Big South Conference Player of the Year was recognized as an All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) second team selection. Read More

    Mar 22

  • New Multiuse Arena to be Built Next to Vines Center

    A new 125,000-square-foot arena at Liberty University will provide additional space for sporting events, concerts, and other events that don't require a venue the size of the Vines Read More

    Mar 17

  • Tennessee Eliminates Liberty with Huge 2nd Half

    The Lady Vols' 64 points after halftime propelled them to a 100-60 victory, Friday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena. Read More

    Mar 16 | Women's Basketball

  • Lady Flames Practice, Meet the Press

    The Liberty women's basketball team visited Thompson-Boling Arena for the first time in 20 years on Thursday, taking part in a press conference and a 90-minute practice. Read More

    Mar 15

  • Lady Flames Arrive in Knoxville

    The Liberty women's basketball team successfully made the five-hour bus trip from Lynchburg to Knoxville, arriving in town Wednesday evening. Read More

    Mar 15

  • WBB Game Day Central: No. 3 Seed Tennessee

    No. 14 seed Liberty (24-9, 16-2 Big South) tips off its 17th NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship appearance at No. 3 seed Tennessee (24-7, 11-5 SEC) Friday at 2:30 p.m. Read More

    Mar 14

  • Lady Flames to Face Tennessee in NCAA 1st Round, Friday

    Big South champion Liberty has earned the No. 14 seed in the Lexington Region of the 2018 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship and will meet No. 3 seed Tennessee. Read More

    Mar 12

  • Liberty Clamps Down Asheville for 17th Big South Title

    No. 1 seed Liberty utilized rebounding and a stifling defense to overcome an early deficit and top No. 3 seed and two-time defending champion UNC Asheville, 60-42. Read More

    Mar 11 | Women's Basketball

  • WBB Game Day Central: No. 3 Seed UNC Asheville

    Liberty (23-9) will square off with the two-time defending champion, No. 3 seed UNC Asheville (17-14), in the 2018 Big South Women's Basketball Championship title game, Sunday. Read More

    Mar 10