Liberty Lady Flames Softball Team continues to rely on each other through adversity

The ASUN conference suspended all athletic competitions earlier this month and, with college students all over the country sent home, all of Liberty’s athletics programs have been shut down for the remainder of the semester. This includes the softball team. Even though the season has been canceled for the Liberty Flames softball team due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the […]

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Sports are canceled, and I’m NOT OK. Five alternatives for fans amid coronavirus

Sports are canceled because of coronavirus, and I’m not OK. This has been an unprecedented week in the history of American sports. Professional basketball, hockey, baseball and soccer in America have all been postponed through the end of March, possibly later. European soccer, golf and tennis have also been suspended. The NCAA spring and winter sport championships are canceled for […]

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Back-to-Back: Liberty Men’s basketball claims ASUN crown for second consecutive year

A packed Vines Center erupted when an attempted Lipscomb 3-pointer bounced off the rim and into Myo Baxter-Bell’s hands. With only 13 seconds remaining on the clock and the score at 73-57, the Flames knew a second consecutive ASUN championship victory – and a bid into the NCAA tournament – was theirs.  “Our group showed its emotional maturity, and I […]

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Lady Flames Basketball defeat Kennesaw State in ASUN Quartefinals

Liberty Lady Flames basketball survived and advanced Saturday, opening their ASUN conference tournament campaign with a victory over Kennesaw State. Emily Lytle led the way for the Lady Flames, scoring 29 points while only taking eight shots from the field. While the Lady Flames secured a 91-86 victory, Owls guard Amani Johnson scored 45 points for Kennesaw State.  Liberty shot […]

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Liberty Flames track and field team wins its second straight ASUN conference championship

With both the men’s and women’s teams beating their ASUN opponents by at least 68 points, the Liberty Flames men’s and women’s track teams won the ASUN Indoor Track Championships for the second year in a row in convincing fashion. The Flames hosted the ASUN Championships Feb. 28 and 29 at the Liberty Indoor Track Complex, with redshirt junior Christian […]

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Bridging the Gap Urban Ministries highlights the importance of gospel music in worship with “Gospel Fest”

Liberty students set out to bridge the gap between contemporary traditions of Christian worship and gospel music at “Gospel Fest: the Revival.” The event on Sunday, Feb. 23, was held by Bridging the Gap Urban Ministries (BGUM) in partnership with the Office of Equity and Inclusion. Over eight different performances, including spoken word poems, praise dancing and gospel music songs, […]

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Liberty Flames Lacrosse senior leads the team on national championship campaign

The University of Nebraska was Noah Rude’s dream school throughout high school. After graduation, Rude received offers from several Division III schools and was accepted to Nebraska, where he could have attempted to walk on and play lacrosse.  Instead, Rude chose to come to Liberty and try out for the lacrosse team.  According to Liberty Lacrosse Head Coach Kyle McQuillan, […]

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