The Lady Flames will begin the year with mid-February games at Notre Dame and Butler and will then open Big South Conference play on April 1 at Presbyterian.
2017 Lacrosse Schedule
The Liberty's women's lacrosse team unveiled its spring 2017 schedule today. The Lady Flames will begin the year in the state of Indiana with mid-February games at Notre Dame and Butler and will then open Big South Conference play on April 1 at Presbyterian.
Liberty will play at Notre Dame on Feb. 10. The Fighting Irish finished No. 7 in the final NCAA Lacrosse Poll in 2016 with a 13-6 mark. The Lady Flames will then make the trip down to Indianapolis for a match at Butler on Feb. 12.
Liberty plays host to in-state foe Richmond in its first home contest of the year, Feb. 18. The Lady Flames then play Virginia Tech at the Liberty Lacrosse Field on Feb. 22 and wraps up the month of February with a home game against Navy on Feb. 25.
Liberty concludes a four-game homestand on March 4 against Old Dominion, before traveling to Fairfax, Va., for a showdown at George Mason. The Lady Flames travel to Robert Morris on March 13, followed by a trip to Norfolk, Va., for a match against William & Mary on March 22. The squad closes out the month of March at VCU on March 25.
Liberty will begin Big South Conference action on April 1 at Presbyterian. The Lady Flames wrap up a six-match road trip at league opponent Longwood on April 5.
Liberty's Big South Conference home opener takes place on April 8, as the Lady Flames welcome in Campbell.
The Lady Flames travel to Gardner-Webb for a game on April 12, followed by back-to-back Big South home games against High Point and Radford on April 15 and 19, respectively. Liberty concludes regular season play at Winthrop on April 22.
The 2017 Big South Women's Lacrosse Championship will be held on April 29, May 4 and May 6. Quarterfinal matchups will be played at the higher seeds, while the semifinals and finals will be held at the location of the No. 1 seed.
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