No juice in the Orange: Liberty men’s D1 hockey sweeps Syracuse to open semester

After over a month of silence, the LaHaye Ice Center was revived Jan. 19-20 as the men’s division 1 hockey team hosted the Syracuse Orange in their first series of the semester.   The Flames’ first two home games came just one week removed from team’s 10-day mission trip to Finland, where they hosted hockey camps, played against European competition and […]

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Heating up: Flames defeat Sam Houston Bearkats 82-66 to move to 2-3 in the CUSA

The Liberty Flames men’s basketball team defended their home court Saturday night, defeating the Sam Houston Bearkats 82-66 in brilliant fashion. The Bearkats entered Saturday’s matchup as one of the hottest teams in the CUSA and 3-0 in conference play, while the Flames entered 1-3 in conference play after three close losses.   “Sam Houston does a really good job […]

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Hard-fought conference victory: Liberty men’s basketball earns first CUSA win in battle with FIU

The two basketball teams gracing the court the night of Jan. 18 couldn’t look much different. On one end stood the Florida International University Panthers, fresh off a stunning late-game surge over the UTEP Miners that allowed the team to retain a 2-1 standing in conference play. On the other end, however, was the Liberty Flames, a team yet to […]

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Palsgrove’s Points

The transfer portal for college football is one of the most horribly designed systems in modern sports. The fact that it closes and players have to announce their choice of whether to stay or to transfer to a different school while the season is still in session is pure lunacy. The NCAA has been focusing on the empowerment and mobility of […]

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Palsgrove’s Points

So, the Flames got pummeled by the Oregon Ducks on a national stage. If you want to read the incredibly well-written recap of the game from Annie Cory, click here. After you’ve read that make sure to come back here and hang out with me for a bit. I have a lot to say about the Fiesta Bowl and the […]

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Fiesta Bowl representatives visit Liberty in preparation for New Year’s Six game

Liberty football is set to meet the Oregon Ducks in this year's Fiesta Bowl.

As Liberty football prepares for its most significant game in program history, the Fiesta Bowl is also arranging to welcome the Conference USA Champions to the Valley of the Sun. Members of the Fiesta Bowl, also known as the “Yellow Jackets” arrived in Lynchburg Dec. 8 to officially tour Liberty’s campus and football facilities and speak to media in preparation […]

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Liberty’s theatre department showcases Clue and Manton’s comedic ‘Leaving Iowa’

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” Liberty University’s theatre arts department is performing “Leaving Iowa,” a comedy that encapsulates this idea about life’s journey, the thrill of family road trips and the heart of nostalgia. As the play reflects upon the past and the memories associated with it, audience members embark on […]

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