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Baseball Notes - Game 35 - at William & Mary
The Liberty University Flames (21-13, 3-3 Big South) travel to Williamsburg, Va. for a non-conference game against the Tribe of William & Mary College (20-16, 8-7 CAA). It will be the first night contest of the season for the Flames and the second meeting between the two squads this season. The Tribe and the Flames met last Tuesday at Worthigton Stadium. Game time is scheduled for 7 p.m.
The Series Against William & Mary
Tuesday night's meeting will be the 41st meeting between the Flames and the Tribe on the diamond. William & Mary holds a slight edge, 21-19, in the all-time series between the two teams since 2006. The Tribe captured an 8-3 victory over the Flames this past Tuesday at Worthington Stadium. The last time, Liberty visited William and Mary's Plumeri Park on April 5, 2006, the Flames came away with a 15-4 victory.
The Last Time Out
Liberty swept a non-conference doubleheader from the Marshall Thundering Herd on Saturday afternoon at Worthington Stadium, 11-7 and 10-4.
In the first game, Kenneth Negron and Cody Brown each had three hits to lead a 15-hit Liberty attack, as the Flames came from behind to defeat the Marshall Thundering Herd, 11-7, in the first game. Trailing 5-0, Liberty plated six runs on six hits in the fourth innning to take the lead .
In the nightcap, Garrett Young and Phil John each connected for two-run home runs to back Tyler Light, who ran his season's mark to 4-1, in the 10-4 victory. John also drove in another run with a single for three RBI in the game. Light pitched six strong innings, allowing an unearned run on five hits.
Flames on the Radio
This season, the Flames Sports Network plans to broadcast 20 Liberty baseball regular season games. Games will air live on WWMC 90.9 FM "The Light" and on the World Wide Web at both www.LibertyFlames.com and www.thelightonline.com. The station's next broadcast is scheduled for tonight at William & Mary. The broadcast is scheduled to begin around 7 p.m.