Liberty Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Brant Tolsma announced his team's 2020 indoor and outdoor track & field schedules this morning.
Liberty Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Brant Tolsma announced 23 newcomers to the men's and women's track & field/cross country program.
Liberty senior Alejandro Perlaza Zapata helped his nation make history in the men's 4 x 400 relay final, Saturday at the Pan American Games.
ASICS professional runner and six-time All-American Rachel Johnson has joined the Liberty staff as an assistant track & field/cross country coach.
2018 Liberty graduate Carson Waters placed an impressive sixth in the men's pole vault with an 18-3 clearance, Saturday at the USATF Outdoor Championships.
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The ASUN Conference announced the dates, sites and hosts for the upcoming 2019-20 season on Thursday with Liberty set to host three championship events this athletics season.
Liberty alumni Darrel Jones (men's triple jump) and Carson Waters (men's pole vault) will compete in the 2019 USATF Outdoor Championships.
The 2019 Liberty women's track & field squad was honored as a U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Team on Wednesday.
LFSN reporter Nick Pierce had a chance to catch up with 2019 Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Johnnie Engelhardt.
Representing the USA Team, 2018 Liberty graduate Carson Waters posted a fourth-place finish in the men's pole vault final at the 30th World University Games.
Chase Burton, Ervin Chang, Alicia Finnigan, Ruben Garcia, Noel Palmer and Annika Roberts have earned spots on the 2018-19 VaSID Academic All-State Team.
His school-record 61-4.25 effort earned Jamaica's first-ever silver medal in the NACAC U23 men's shot put.
Liberty Associate Head Track & Field Coach Andrew "Pete" McFadden will serve as the USA Team's head track coach for the 30th World University Games.
Game On recently caught up with Azaria Kirwa, one of the most decorated men's distance runners in program history.