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Flames MBB Highlight Reel: High Point

February 23, 2010  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Watch highlights of Liberty's 76-67 win over High Point this past Saturday.
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This week's installment of the Flames Highlight Reel features clips from Liberty's recent 76-67 win over High Point this past Saturday. The Flames will finish their regular season on the road, beginning with a matchup against conference leader Coastal Carolina on Thursday.

Tipoff inside Coastal Carolina's Kimbel Arena is slated for 7 p.m. Liberty will conclude its regular season against Charleston Southern on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., inside the CSU FieldHouse.

Flames Postgame Wrap-up
- Playing his final regular season contest of his collegiate career inside the Vines Center on Saturday, Kyle Ohman went out in style, posting a career-high 39 points and 10 rebounds. Ohman's point total surpasses his previous career-high of 38, which he achieved at Gardner-Webb's Paul Porter Arena on Feb. 4, 2009.

- Ohman's 39 points on Saturday is the 10th-highest single-game scoring output in school history, falling just shy of Matt Hildebrand's Vines Center record of 41, which he set on Feb. 19, 1994 against Charleston Southern. The senior was also one point away from becoming the eighth player in school history to score 40 points in a game. The last time a Flame scored 40 points was on Feb. 21, 2007, when Alex McLean posted the mark at VMI.

- Ohman's 25 free throw attempts on Saturday set a school record, surpassing the old mark of 20 held by Peter Aluma and Matt Hildebrand. His 18 makes from the charity stripe was just one shy of matching Hildebrand's mark of 19.

- Evan Gordon notched his fifth straight double-digit scoring effort on Saturday, posting 13 points against the Panthers.

- The Flames did their part to raise awareness of breast cancer following the Lady Flames' WBCA Pink Zone game. Before their contest against the Panthers, the Flames donned pink shirts in warm-ups with the words "Be Aware" printed on the back. Prior to the Lady Flames' Pink Zone game, Flames fans participated in an Awareness Walk, which raised funds to further breast cancer research.

Previous Flames Highlight Reels
Radford – Feb. 16

Presbyterian – Feb. 06

Winthrop – Feb. 04

VMI – Jan. 28