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March 17, 2008
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Liberty - 2008 Women's Basketball Big South Champions!

Liberty - 2008 Women's Basketball Big South Champions!

Liberty vs. Radford game release

NCAA Selection Show Party

Liberty junior Megan Frazee scored 20 second-half points during Sunday afternoon's Advance Auto Parts Big South Women's Basketball Championship title game against Radford at the Justice Center, but none were bigger than the two she scored on a flip over her head from close range with 0.3 seconds left. Frazee's hoop gave the Lady Flames a thrilling, 66-65 victory over Radford and their 11th Big South Championship crown in the last 12 seasons.

Below are just a few pictures which capture the Big South Championship weekend experience in Asheville, N.C., where Liberty capped its run to the Big South title with a 28-3 mark.  The 28 wins tie a program best.

The Big South Championship weekend started off with all teams
attending an awards banquet at the Biltmore Forest Country Club.

Megan Frazee is presented her Big South Player of the Year award
by league commissioner Kyle B. Kallander.

Seniors Courtney Watkins, Egle Smigelskaite and Allyson Fasnacht pose with
Big South Commissioner Kyle B. Kallander and the regular-season championship trophy.

Alexandria Bream looks toward the post against High Point.
in the semifinal round.

Egle Smigelskaite scores two of her 11 points en route to her first career double-double.

Rachel Hammond looks to tally two of her 11 points against High Point.

Molly Frazee looks for a rebound against High Point in the semifinal round.

Egle Smigelskaite takes the ball to the rack against High Point.

Freshman Kittery Maine awaits a Liberty free throw attempt.

Rachel Hammond speaks with SportSouth's Brooke Weisbrod after
Liberty's semifinal win over High Point.

Lindsay and Donna Barber showing who is No. 1 after Liberty's
semifinal round victory over High Point.



Allyson Fasnacht runs the offense against Radford in the
Big South Championship game.

Megan Frazee scores two points against Radford.

Courtney Watkins drives toward the basket.

Action during the 2008 Big South Championship game.

Egle Smigelskaite posts up.

Allyson Fasnacht records a block.

Rachel McLeod attempts a trey against Radford.

Courtney Watkins takes the ball to the rack for two points.

Rachel Hammond defends the inbounds play with 8.8 seconds left in the game.

With 3.3 seconds left in the contest, Megan Frazee tosses the ball over her head for the
game-winning basket.

Megan Frazee watches as her game-winning bucket falls into the cylinder with
three-tenths of a second left.

Liberty wins 66-65!!!

The Lady Flames rush the floor in celebration.

Celebration continues to take place at half court.

Tammy Frazee, mother of Megan, Moriah and Molly, is shown on TV during
the team celebration
.

Celebrating Big South Champions!

SportSouth play-by-play announcer Matt Hogue closes the TV broadcast out
as the replay of the winning shot is shown on the screen to the right.

Sparky leads the crowd.

Freshman Rachel McLeod hugs junior Moriah Frazee, who missed the
tournament after having knee surgery.

Molly Frazee and Courtney Watkins hug before the trophy presentation.

The Liberty faithful cheer on the 2008 Big South Champions, including
former Lady Flames head coach Dr. Linda Farver (center).

Head coach Carey Green and junior Rachel Hammond embrace.

Avery Warley, Rebecca Lightfoot and Allyson Fasnacht share a moment.

Carey Green and Moriah Frazee prior to the championship trophy presentation.

Megan Frazee is presented the Big South Championship MVP award by league
commissioner Kyle B. Kallander.

Molly Frazee was named to the all-tournament team.

The team, with hands held together, forge ahead to accept the
the 2008 Big South Championship trophy.



2008 Big South Champions!

Getting ready to cut down the nets.

Junior Alexandria Bream cuts down a piece of the net.

Director of Athletics Jeff Barber cuts a piece of the net.

Assistant coach Alexis Sherard showing the Flames faithful his
piece of the net.

Head coach Carey Green cuts the last piece of net from the rim.

Carey Green with the trophy and the net.

Director of Athletics Jeff Barber and his wife Donna (left) pose with
Carey Green and his wife Denise (right).

The 2008 coaching staff.

Megan Frazee (left) and Molly Frazee (right) pose with their mother Tammy.

Courtney Watkins, Allyson Fasnacht, Carey Green and Megan Frazee
address members of the media in the postgame press conference.

Postgame press conference.

Postgame press conference.

Megan Frazee talks with WSET ABC's Dennis Carter.