Coming off of her 2015-16 season debut against Seton Hall, junior Mickayla Sanders recently chatted with Nick Pierce of the Liberty Flames Sports Network.
After missing the season's first eight games due to a right wrist injury, Sanders scored a team-high 12 points and hit a pair of three-pointers versus Seton Hall, Saturday at the Vines Center.
Sanders will get to play less than an hour away from her hometown of Clayton, N.C., on Thursday, when the Lady Flames travel to No. 13/11 Duke. Tipoff is slated for 7 p.m. inside Cameron Indoor Stadium
Liberty will then return to Lynchburg for its final regular-season non-conference game Saturday at noon, as the Lady Flames play host to Shepherd.
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