Liberty Football Center construction approaching March completion date

While college students across the country prepare for spring break, Liberty University’s football program is preparing to fully transition into the renovated Liberty Football Center (LFC). Despite minor construction delays, the team will likely move in during the week of March 16. Liberty’s transition to Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) prompted a significant overhaul for the facility. The LFC will feature […]

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Liberty Flames swimming and diving team takes home back-to-back national titles

The Liberty Flames swimming and diving team set out to Tennessee aiming to become back-to-back conference champions and win its third title, The Lady Flames competed at the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) Championships Feb. 19-21, edging out Florida Gulf Coast University and Incarnate Word for first place. After scoring 1,556 points, Liberty captured its third CCSA championship. The Lady […]

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Flames basketball reclaims No. 1 in ASUN after a hard-fought victory over UNF 82-77

The men’s basketball team reclaimed its spot as the No. 1 team in the ASUN Thursday night in a hard-fought 82-77 victory over the North Florida Ospreys. Thursday night’s game was Liberty’s second faceoff against the Ospreys this season after the team’s 71-70 loss at North Florida when the Ospreys claimed the first-place spot in the ASUN.  But the Ospreys […]

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Flames basketball complete comeback against NJIT for crucial ASUN win

When Liberty big man Myo Baxter-Bell pulled up on the edge of the 3-point line, the 6-foot-9-inch frame of NJIT center Souleymane Diakite right in his face, Vines Center held its breath. And then it erupted as Baxter-Bell let fly and drained a 3-pointer with ease.  Baxter-Bell’s 14-point performance, including two 3-pointers (he’s only made four all season), proved crucial […]

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How 90.9 FM broadcast team brings Liberty baseball to the airwaves

During the process of investigating possible universities to attend, Nick Pierce came across the website for 90.9 The Light (WQLU-FM), Liberty University’s student-run radio station on campus. The website boasted of the numerous opportunities students had to be involved with sports broadcasts,  and Pierce was hooked. “That is a big reason that I came to Liberty in the first place,” […]

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Swedish Tennis sophomore helps Lady Flames pursue ASUN victory

From a YouTube recruiting video to becoming a leader for Liberty’s women’s tennis team, Alexandra Almborg has become a linchpin for the Lady Flames as they pursue their first ASUN championship. Almborg is a sophomore from Staffanstorp, Sweden. The Lady Flames recruited Almborg when their coaches came upon a video of her playing tennis on YouTube. After they reached out […]

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