Tebow or not Tebow

Tebow Just picked up a new blue and orange watch, but I think it’s broken. Every time I look at it, it just says it’s Tebow-Time. Alright, that was cheesy, I know, but I’ve been on the Tebow Train since it left Ole Miss in 2008, still teary. Here’s why. He wins. Period. It’s that simple. You can criticize his […]

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Basketball Big South outlook

Flames predicted to be fourth in the preseason polls It’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish. After quick starts by rivals Liberty University and Coastal Carolina, neither team was able to come out on top at the Big South tournament, as the UNC Asheville Bulldogs took the title. After winning a record 13 conference games, Liberty […]

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Womens hockey takes two

The Lady Flames hockey team proved themselves to be tough and determined as they faced the Raleigh women’s hockey team this weekend. On Saturday they came through with a final score of 2-1, and Sunday with a big 4-1 win. With four players out due to injuries, each player was forced to play harder and longer shifts. Freshman goalie, Chantal […]

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Warley helps US to victory

The 2011 Women’s Basketball Pan American Games, featuring Liberty center Avery Warley, in Guadalajara, Mexico have come to a close. Eight countries competed in the Games for a shot at the gold medal. Warley had the opportunity to be among the 12 players that took part in representing the United States. “I enjoyed being able to wear USA across my […]

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Big South foe falls to LU

The ‘Quest’ continues after a Coastal victory Some days, everything seems to go right. Like, Flames junior wide-out Ryan Fergueson blocking a punt on the 22-yard line and freshman linebacker Bobby Partilla recovering the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. In the Flames 63-27 defeat of Coastal Carolina Saturday, from SirChauncey Holloway’s 54-yard gallop on the first snap, […]

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Warley to play in Pan-American games for U.S.

Liberty University student-athletes rarely receive the opportunity to represent their country by playing basketball on an international level. Redshirt senior center Avery Warley has been selected as one of the 12 student-athletes to represent the United States by competing in the Pan American Games from Oct. 21-25 in Guadalajara, Mexico. The Pan American Games is a multi-sport competition that is […]

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Joseph, Asewah provide winning goal

A first half goal by Phillip Asaweh was enough to end Liberty’s three game losing streak against Presbyterian College as they won 1-0 Thursday night. Liberty’s Juan Nino started off a chain of passes from the middle which saw Travis Joseph send the ball to forward Phillip Asaweh past the defense. Asewah calmly slotted the ball into the bottom right […]

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B’ball ready for season

Losing two starters can be critical for any team. Losing your top two scorers can be devastating. After Evan Gordon’s unexpected departure and John Brown’s season ending injury, the Liberty men’s basketball team will look for new players to fill those voids such as seniors David Minaya and Jesse Sanders and junior forward Antwan Burrus. With nine returning players, the […]

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D1 Hockey pours on goals

Handy’s squad put on an offensive clinic Friday night There is only one word to describe the DI hockey team so far this season: dominant. The Flames continued their dominance as they demolished Kennesaw State Friday night, 16-4. The scoring frenzy included 12 players, netting at least one goal a piece. A mere five-minutes after Kennesaw’s first score, sophomore Rick […]

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Camels spoil Homecoming weekend

Although there were many Homecoming activities throughout the weekend, the Lady Flames soccer team was determined to remain focused on their game against Campbell University and use Homecoming as a source of energy and support. “Homecoming will not be a distraction, it will be an encouragement to the team. Friends and family will be here on campus, and there will […]

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Push for Mid-Majors

Flames to compete in 2012 Sears BracketBusters The Liberty men’s basketball team has been chosen by ESPN as a participant in the 2012 Sears BracketBusters, taking place on the weekend of Feb. 17-19. The Flames, who are making their second straight appearance in the series, and fourth in program history, will be joining 141 other Division I participants in what […]

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