Liberty Baseball Sweeps FGCU

The Liberty Flames baseball team won its three-game series against conference opponent Florida Gulf Coast, following a stretch in which the Flames lost six of nine.  Liberty started the season off hot, going 11-1 over its first 12 games with wins over top-25 opponents Florida and North Carolina, before dropping nine of 15 to fall out of the top-25.  The […]

Read more

Liberty Women’s Lacrosse Cap’s Off Weekend With 22-9 Victory Over Stetson Hatters

Liberty women’s lacrosse made quick work of Stetson April 9, beating the Hatters 22-9.  Midfielder Mackenzie Lehman, Liberty’s leading scorer, led the pack once again with six goals. Attacker Jordan Shieve wasn’t too far behind with four goals and three assists of her own.  “We did a really good job of sharing the ball,” Head Coach Kelly Nangle said. “We […]

Read more

Spring Into Action: Defensive Line Steals The Show At Liberty’s Football’s 2022 Spring Game

The Liberty Flames football team completed its 15th and final spring practice April 9 as the annual spring game took place inside Williams Stadium. Flames fans rushed in to get their first glimpse of the 2022 roster’s promising talent, loaded with fresh faces and some good old healthy competition.  While all eyes were anticipated to be on the quarterback situation […]

Read more

Midnight Lax: No. 1 BYU Holds Off No. 3 Liberty’s Rampant Comeback Attempt

Hosting the 10th annual “Midnight Mayhem” game, the No. 3 Liberty men’s lacrosse lost 12-11 to the No. 1 BYU Cougars April 8, coming one goal shy of a spectacular comeback. Head Coach Kyle McQuillan started the “Midnight Mayhem” tradition in 2012. Held at the Liberty Lacrosse Fields, the event has become a Liberty favorite with students and College For […]

Read more

Transfers: Football’s New Additions Look To Make Impact

The Liberty Flames football team has added 22 new players to its 2022 recruiting class, including 11 via the NCAA’s Transfer Portal.  The Flames emphasized adding transfers to the offensive side of the ball, adding eight players as opposed to just three defensive players.  Three transfers are on the offensive line, including mid-year enrollees Reggie Young II, Naasir Watkins and […]

Read more

Men’s Volleyball Go 4-1 In EVCA South Championships, Prepare For Nationals In Arizona

The Liberty Flames are coming off their first loss against club competition on the season after going 4-1 in the EVCA South Championships. The Flames swept NC State, UNC Greensboro, James Madison and UNC-Chapel Hill before losing to No. 9 Virginia Tech in three sets. “We played well, but they just played better,” senior middle hitter Lucas Manuel Marine said. […]

Read more

Hushing The Huskies: Men’s Lacrosse Scorches UConn 22-2 After Dominant Alabama Win

The Liberty men’s lacrosse team came out firing in its 22-2 victory over the University of Connecticut Huskies April 2. The Flames No. 4 ranked MCLA squad relied on the prolific performances of graduate Carter Elliot and sophomore Keaton Mohs in the offensively dominate win. Entering the 5 p.m. matchup with the Huskies at the Liberty Lacrosse Fields, the Flames […]

Read more

Shooting For The Top: Rifle Travels To Indiana For National Championship, Finishes Third Overall

Getting in the right mental state is everything for Liberty’s rifle team as it finished third in both smallbore and air rifle competition at the ASSA Intercollegiate Rifle Club National Championship in Fort Wayne, Indiana, April 2-3. “We’re really focusing on our mental game, for them to go in there and just go in mentally strong and just go through […]

Read more
1 2 3 4 131