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Liberty redshirt senior Sam Chelanga claimed his second consecutive NCAA national title in his final collegiate cross country race on Monday. ...
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Liberty University Athletics has announced it is adding a field hockey program, with competition slated to start next fall. ...
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Liberty Athletics has announced that longtime supporters Sherwin and Lora Cook have provided the lead gift for the Cook Tennis Center, soon to be the new operations center for its men's and women's tennis programs. ...
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The Liberty University Athletics Department held its first public event in the newly expanded Williams Stadium tower on Tuesday night, as they hosted members of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce. ...
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Campus is buzzing with excitement, as Liberty University prepares to celebrate Homecoming 2010, Oct. 8-9, with its largest-ever alumni crowd expected.
Sarah Wittcop
It was a historic day at the LaHaye Aquatics Center, as the Liberty Lady Flames won six events in their first-ever competitive meet at the NCAA Division I level. ...
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The Liberty University Flames opened newly renovated Williams Stadium on Saturday with a 52-14 win over Savannah State.
This Saturday Liberty University will be hosting a party that has been nine months in the making: the grand re-opening of Williams Stadium. Construction crews are busy putting the finishing touches on the stadium’s new press tower and seating decks in preparation for what could be a record-setting crowd.
Sarah Funderburke
The Liberty Flames football game on Sept. 25 at James Madison University will be broadcast live on WTLU, The Liberty Channel.
University Advancement Staff
This hockey season, the Liberty University Flames have edged their competition before even stepping onto the ice. With the recent addition of a women’s Division II hockey team, Liberty has become the first and only university in the American Collegiate Hockey Association to have one team in each of the league’s five divisions.
Sarah Funderburke
The Liberty Flames went on the road this past Saturday and pulled off a huge upset of a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team. The Flames used a late touchdown by Mike Brown and numerous key defensive stands to upend Ball State of the Mid-American Conference, 27-23, in Muncie, Ind.
University Advancement Staff
When long-time Liberty University play-by-play broadcaster Jerry Edwards retired last spring from his position as the “voice of the Flames,” the athletics department began a nationwide search for a replacement.
Sarah Funderburke
Today,, the official website of the Liberty University Athletics department, sports a new look after a yearlong renovation - the second overhaul to the website since its debut in 2004
University Advancement Staff and Liberty Athletics
Liberty University’s LaHaye Ice Center has once again been selected to host an intercollegiate tournament. The Blue Ridge Hockey Conference (BRHC) Board of Directors recently accepted Liberty’s bid for the 10th Annual BRHC Tournament on Feb. 25-27, 2011.
University Advancement Staff
Liberty University Director of Athletics Jeff Barber has announced that Liberty will play its 2010 football season opening game on Sept. 4 at 12 p.m. against St. Francis, Pa., at Lynchburg’s historic City Stadium.
University Advancement Staff, Athletics