Alumni’s Communication Talents Leads Him TO Successful Career In Hometown

He loved to tell stories – sports stories in particular. When he applied for the sports editor position at the Liberty Champion, so did four other highly qualified students. Andrew Woolfolk (2013) ultimately accepted the position of opinion editor to gain valuable experience working for Liberty’s campus newspaper, which now circulates 13,000 weekly issues as well as online content. He […]

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Alumni ’96: Josh Cooley

College life often contains twists and turns that no one can plan for. Josh Cooley, who graduated from Liberty in 1996, experienced that phenomenon. The Silver Spring, Maryland native came to Liberty with a passion for sports writing. When he arrived in Lynchburg in the fall of 1992, he immediately got involved with the Champion newspaper by covering sporting events. […]

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Staff Predictions: Liberty vs. UMass

Despite a heartbreaking 15-14 loss to NC State last week that brought their undefeated season to an end, Liberty has not lost their resolve to finish their season strong. This week, the Flames will hopefully take care of business against the UMass Minutemen before their regular season finale against Coastal Carolina. How will Liberty bounce back after thier offense looked […]

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Lady Flames Basketball Team Prepares to Return to Court for First Time Since Missed ASUN Championship

With the tragic memory of last season’s ASUN championship cancellation in its rear-view mirror, Liberty’s women’s basketball team will rely on its defensive presence to regain the momentum moving into the 2020-21 season. Only days away from a chance to claim the ASUN title back in March, the team ended play because of COVID-19. “(We were) disappointed,” Head Coach Carey […]

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Liberty Men’s Basketball Team Prepares for a Transition Year

Liberty basketball fans can expect a variety of new things this year – new players, a new arena and a completely new schedule. After the 2019-20 season, the Flames had four seniors graduate that were an important part of the program: Myo Baxter-Bell, Caleb Homesley, Scottie James, and Georgie Pacheco-Ortiz.  Mid-major programs like Liberty thrive off the chance to build […]

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