Amoo and company ready for launch

Although the Liberty men’s soccer team ended their season early with a loss in the first stages of the Big South tournament, they have much to look forward to this season and have told the Liberty Champion that they are hungry for success. With a talent of eight seniors, Liberty men’s soccer will field an experienced and more seasoned squad, […]

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New year, new team

As students return to campus, attend their first classes and hit the books, the Lady Flames soccer team has been hard at work training for their upcoming season. After a disappointing end to their 2010 season with a penalty kick loss to Gardner […]

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Intramurals kick off

Here’s a trivia question for students in light of returning to school. What offers a great opportunity to interact with friends, make new ones, stay in shape and compete at a comfortable level, all with little commitment? This week, intramural registration deadlines come up for broomball and table-tennis on Aug. 31 and soccer on Sept. 1. Intramural sports make an […]

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Fantasy 4-1-1: The info you need

When the news that the NFL lockout had officially ended on Aug. 5, there was undoubtedly a large demographic that was more excited to play fantasy football again than about the upcoming season itself. This year’s season could have a slightly different feel to the beginning of it. The long summer layoff could adversely affect every team’s chemistry, specifically the […]

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Business as Usual

NFL was locked out, but not NCAA Not long ago, every newspaper in America had the same headline. “Football is back,” or some variation thereof. Ask Danny Rocco, Mike Brown or Asa Chapman and they’ll tell you football never left. Not for them or the other hundred or so Liberty football players who have been living in weight rooms, camping […]

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Volleyball rolling

The Liberty University women’s volleyball program officially started its fall season with a three-game road trip to Athens, Georgia. The Lady Flames played three games in the Hotel Indigo Bulldog Invitational over the weekend posting a 1-2 record. Liberty started slowly against University of Georgia. Liberty fell to Georgia in three games (25-21, 25-21, 25-20). Sophomore outside hitter Lillie Happel […]

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Club sports to add three additional fall programs

The Liberty University Club Sports department added three teams: men’s racquetball, men’s disc golf and women’s disc golf, which will be added for the 2011 fall semester. These new teams open up the possibility for Liberty students to be involved in a wider variety of competitive sports that are more officially run than the intramural teams and more similar to […]

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Editorial: NFL Draft 2011

This year’s 2011 draft was one of the most polarized drafts in recent history. Some teams drafted like it was the office fantasy league and others drafted like there was a Super Bowl to win. The Winners The Jacksonville Jaguars traded up to the No. 10 pick in the first round with a bulls-eye on Missouri product and obvious front-runner […]

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Snowflex announces new run

The newest addition to the Liberty University Mountain Snowflex Centre is providing additional recreational opportunities for those seeking to utilize the outdoor complex. An inclined lift was recently installed on the right side of the intermediate slopes of the facility, providing users access to a newly-cordoned tubing slope. The lift, which was scheduled for installation since the opening of Snowflex […]

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