Game On recently told the inspiring story of Tatyana Crowder, on the heels of her four-year career with the Liberty women's basketball team.
Liberty Athletics Hall of Famer Katie (Feenstra) Mattera is returning to her alma mater as a women's basketball assistant coach.
Registration is open for the 2019 Lady Flames Basketball Camps, which include a day camp, an elite camp, and a team camp.
Liberty Athletics celebrated another successful season during its eighth annual FLAMESPY Award show where Emily Lytle was named the Female Newcomer of the Year award winner.
Nenna Lindstrom, a guard from Western Wyoming Community College, has signed a national letter of intent to attend Liberty University for the 2019-20 academic year.
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Game On recently profiled former Liberty women's basketball great Megan (Frazee) Leuzinger, on the heels of her first season as head women's basketball coach at Evangel.
On the heels of his team's first season of ASUN Conference play, Liberty Women's Basketball Head Coach Carey Green recapped the year with Nick Pierce.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) has honored Liberty Women's Basketball Head Coach Carey Green with the 2019 Kay Yow Heart of a Coach Award.
ASUN Women's Basketball Championship MVP Keri Jewett-Giles set the tone for Sunday afternoon's title game by personally outscoring Liberty 11-2 during the first 4:07.
Mar 17 | Women's Basketball
The No. 3 seed Liberty women's basketball team conducted its final full practice prior to Sunday's ASUN Women's Basketball Championship title game versus No. 1 seed FGCU.
No. 3 seed Liberty (16-15) will travel to No. 1 seed FGCU (27-4) for Sunday's ASUN Women's Basketball Championship title game.
No. 3 seed Liberty held No. 5 seed North Florida to 22 second-half points, pulling away late for a 65-51 victory.
Mar 13 | Women's Basketball
No. 3 seed Liberty (15-15) will take on No. 5 seed North Florida (15-13) in the ASUN Championship semifinal round, Wednesday at the Vines Center.
Trailing by four heading into the fourth quarter, No. 3 seed Liberty outscored No. 6 seed Jacksonville 25-9 over the final 10 minutes to secure a 65-53 victory.
Mar 8 | Women's Basketball