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For the second consecutive season, Liberty’s appearance in the Advance Auto Parts Big South Women’s Basketball Championship title contest came down to a last-second shot which careened around the rim. This time around, No. 6 seed Gardner-Webb’s Dominique Hudson missed an attempt from the lane in the closing seconds, enabling the No. 1 seed Lady Flames to...
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The first-ever Liberty University Polar Plunge took place on Saturday at Camp Hydaway on Liberty Mountain. The event was sponsored by Liberty University Athletics and Ultimate LU in partnership with Virginia Special Olympics to help raise funds to meet area needs within the Lynchburg Special Olympics Program.
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Rashad Jennings began his quest to play professional football at the highest level last week, as the former Flames running back showcased his abilities at the annual NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.
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Liberty University’s Williams Stadium is currently undergoing a makeover and is expected to have a fresh look before the football team’s first spring practice on March 26.
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As 130-plus runners and walkers made their way around a thin trail on the edge of Lake Hydaway Saturday, spectators huddled around the finish line sipping coffee and trying to stay warm.
Sarah Funderburke
Liberty got off to an extremely quick start as defenseman Dave Semenyna scored only 28 seconds into the game. From there the first period would go back and forth in terms of scoring. With the game tied at one..
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Men's Hockey takes victory over Duquesne
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A new club sport is coming to Liberty University that will test students’ physical strength, flexibility, agility and coor-dination. Beginning in January, the university is adding gymnastics to its list of club teams. Practices will be held every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at the Lynchburg Academy of Gymnastics & Power Tumbling located about three miles from LU on Leesville Road.
By Eric Brown
Liberty women’s basketball seniors Megan, Molly and Moriah Frazee were featured in a Dec. 2 “USA Today” feature article.
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After a solid start to the 2008-09 basketball season, Liberty’s men’s program appears to be on the rise with an arsenal of talented freshman and a handful of hoop-savvy upperclassmen.
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With two games remaining in this season of “Unfinished Business,” the Liberty University football team is pushing toward the playoffs. Last week, the Flames brought home their second consecutive Big South Conference title with a 38-26 victory over VMI. Sitting at 8-2...
Former Liberty University running back Shay Nicholson is currently in critical condition after suffering a gunshot to the head this past Saturday in Harrisonburg, Va. Please pray for Nicholson and his family during this difficult time.
Liberty University fans who arrive early to Saturday’s football game against VMI in Lexington, Va., will be in for a special surprise. Vice President Dick Cheney will be making his third appearance to the VMI campus during the college’s Military Appreciation Day parade, taking place on the VMI Parade Ground at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8.
Liberty alumnus and former member of dc Talk Michael Tait performed to a packed crowd of students and alumni at Saturday’s Homecoming game.
Liberty University Head Football Coach Danny Rocco took the stage at Friday’s convocation, encouraging students to come out to Saturday’s home contest against the Lafayette Leopards. “We need everybody in this facility today to be at that game tomorrow,” Rocco told a packed Vines Center.
Eric Brown