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Liberty Hosts Coastal Carolina for a Big South Conference Series

April 25, 2012  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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John Niggli

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 COASTAL CAROLINA AT LIBERTY
 Worthington Stadium | Lynchburg, Va.

Thursday, April 26 - 7 p.m.
Live Video
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Friday, April 27 - 7 p.m.
Live Video
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Saturday, April 28 - 2 p.m.
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Complete Notes

Television Coverage
• The entire three-game series will be televised live from Worthington Stadium by the Flames Sports Network (FSN).

Liberty Channel (WTLU)
ESPN 3
Christian Television Network
CTN Lifestyle
SkyAngel

Among the Nation's Elite
• Liberty enters Thursday's contest with the third most wins in the country. Kentucky and Baylor lead the nation with 35 wins.
• Liberty leads nation in scoring margin. The Flames have averaged 3.9 more runs per game than their opponents this season.
• The Flames have allowed 3.4 runs per game, which is fifth best in the country.  Liberty is tied with Florida and Portland.  Stony Brook leads the nation by allowing 3.0 runs per game.

Haley and Parmley Look to Enter Season Top 10 Lists
• With two doubles on Tuesday, shortstop Zack Haley has recorded 18 doubles to lead the Big South Conference.
• The senior is one shy of joining Liberty's season Top 10 list in the category.  Eight former Flames have collected 19 doubles in a season.
• Former Liberty outfielder Phillip Laurent tops the list with 27 doubles in 2006.
• Outfielder Ian Parmley is one stolen base shy of entering the program's Top 10 list in the
category. Currently, he has 24 steals, which is second in the Big South Conference.
• Last season, he finished with 27 stolen bases.  The total ranks sixth on Liberty's season list.
• Gary Wagner tops the list with 46 in 1983.

Jeff Taylor Memorial Scholarship Day
    • The final game of this weekend's series on Saturday has been designated as the Jeffrey Owen Taylor
Memorial Scholarship day. The recipient of the scholarship honoring the late Liberty professor
will be announced.
• Jeff Taylor was a former Liberty University professor and avid baseball fan, who tragically
passed away in April 2010. The scholarship fund benefi ts Liberty University students
who are enrolled in the Athletic Training Education Program. This year's recipient will be
annnounced in a short ceremony before the game.