Triple-digit affair in the Vines

Virginia Military Institute’s operational order for Thursday’s game was simple: outshoot Liberty. Win. What they didn’t expect was a battery of long-range missiles tagged David Minaya, Gordon Evan and Jeremy Anderson and a hand-grenade point guard classified Jesse Sanders. In Liberty’s first home game back in front of a freshly returned, raucous student body, Liberty stunted the nation’s leading offense […]

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Intramural sports open for new season

The beginning of a new semester means many things for a college student. Books must be bought, supplies purchased and class scheduled. With all the schoolwork and stress of academics, activities are needed to allow students to have an enjoyable college experience. At Liberty, one of these activities is participating in intramural sports. Dodgeball, soccer, pool, basketball, softball and now […]

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Lady Flames Rebound

Warley’s 15 points clutch win over CSU After Monday’s disappointing loss at home to Radford University, 53-62, the Lady Flames basketball team reclaimed their territory with a 63-40 win over the Charleston Southern Lady Buccaneers, Saturday. The Lady Flames held the lead the entire game, scoring 30 points the first half and 33 points the second half. Redshirt junior center […]

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Victorious again

Mkimbiaji is the Kinswhahili noun for “runner.” For instance, native Kenyan and Liberty senior cross country sensation Sam Chelanga is a mkimbiaji. For the second year in a row, Chelanga was named national cross country Athlete of the Year after winning NCAA championships in 2009 and 2010.

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Archery, firing range and motocross draws students

Stadium lights draw thousands of fans to Liberty University’s campus on Saturday nights.  On certain weekends students have trouble finding parking spots at LaHaye as traffic spills over from the Ice Center’s lot. Mainstream sports such as football and hockey are most commonly patroned by students, but Liberty tries to offer students a wider variety of recreational opportunities mostly unknown […]

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Football drops the ball at Coastal

In the afternoon sun of Conway, South Carolina, a tale of two offenses unfolded as Liberty dropped its first Big South game 31-45 to rival Coastal Carolina.

Saturday’s game was a must win for both teams. A win for Liberty would keep them in contention of the bottle-neck for the Big South championship. Likewise, a loss for Coastal would essentially eliminate them from playoff contention. Both teams had a banner to play for. Coastal capitalized, Liberty capsized.

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Longboarding race held in Lynchburg

When travelling around Liberty University’s campus, several modes of transportation can be seen, like running, biking and even riding scooters.  But an up and coming mode of transportation is longboarding — a special type of skateboard. A group of about 25 longboarders met off campus on the James River Heritage trail Saturday for a 3-mile race. “I really wanted to […]

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