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Individually, 362 out of the record-high 711 student-athletes on Liberty's Club Sports teams made the Fall Dean’s List with GPAs of 3.5 or higher and a total of 135 maintained perfect 4.0 averages.
Jan 9, 2023
During its third annual “Flames Giving Day” on Wednesday, Liberty's Club Sports department raised 99.7 percent of its targeted goal of $350,000 to support its 700-plus student-athletes on 44 teams.
Nov 5, 2022
As a means of generating revenue for its programs, Liberty's Club Sports department has taken the lead in preparing and selling concessions at Club Sports and Athletics events on campus this year.
Nov 2, 2022
The third annual Club Sports spiritual leadership retreat took 39 Liberty student-athletes and four staff members to the Peak’s Retreat & Adventure Center in Thaxton, Va., on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Aug 19, 2022
Graduating senior Blakely Logsdon captured the women’s fixed-pin bowhunting title and rising sophomore Kayla Cassady won the women’s barebow division of the USAA Collegiate East Region Target event.
Jun 3, 2022
Liberty’s 634 student-athletes competing on one or more of the 41 distinct Club Sports teams maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.35 for the Spring 2022 semester, establishing a new program record high.
May 25, 2022
Outstanding student-athletes, coaches, and spiritual leaders in Liberty’s Club Sports department were recognized at Wednesday night’s annual gala held in the Center for Music and Worship Concert Hall.
Apr 28, 2022
Cassady places first in East Coast Region, fifth nationally at USA Archery Collegiate Indoor Championships
Of Liberty's 13 archers represented, eight posted top-five finishes in their respective divisions at the two-day competition hosted by JMU, one of 13 regional events held nationwide.
Mar 1, 2022
Fresh off its shoot at the Easton Youth & Collegiate Trophy Tournament, Liberty is using its new indoor shooting range to prepare for the Feb. 25-27 USCA Indoor Regionals in Harrisonburg, Va.
Jan 31, 2022
Former USCA 3D bowhunting national champ Jason Lynch, an engineer at Quality Archery Designe in Madison Heights, succeeds Ben Summers, Vice President of T.R.U. Ball/AXCEL, located nearby.
Dec 15, 2021