Larry Blair notched his place in Big South history as he scored 28 points, passing Tony Dunkin for the conference's all-time scoring record, as the Liberty Flames (13-16, 7-6 Big South) cinched home court advantage in the first round for the Big South Championship, topping the VMI Keydets (12-17, 5-8 Big South) on Wednesday night at Cameron Hall, 118-108.
Feb 21, 2007
The high-flying athletic display which is currently touring the Big South circuit is better known as Liberty sophomore guard Anthony Smith. The Plano, Texas, native boasts Liberty's most exciting athleticism, captivates the Vines Center faithful and silences opponents' crowds on the road with his energetic and vigorous dunks.
The Niagara Purple Eagles (17-11, 11-6 MAAC) used three-point baskets and free throws to sink the Liberty Flames (12-16, 6-6 BSC) on Saturday afternoon at the Gallagher Center as part of the O'Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters weekend, 90-81.
Feb 17, 2007
After scoring 40 points on Monday night against Coastal Carolina and another 23 points against Longwood on Thursday night, Larry Blair enters Saturday's game at Niagara needing 15 points to become the Big South all-time scoring leader.
Feb 16, 2007
View live video of the Liberty Flames O'Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters contest at the Niagara Purple Eagles on Saturday at 4 p.m. EST.
The Liberty Flames (12-15, 6-6 BSC) dropped a tough game as the Longwood Lancers (9-19) avenged a December 89-61 loss by taking a 76-70 victory at Willet Hall on Thursday night.
Feb 15, 2007
Liberty Athletics announces a bus trip to Lexington, Va., for the men's basketball game at VMI on Wednesday, Feb. 21. The trip is being sponsored by the Student Flames Club and if you purchase your tickets by Monday before 5 p.m., the cost will be $5 to ride the bus in addition to the $5 game ticket. Any tickets purchased after 5 p.m. on Monday will be $10 in addition to the $5 game ticket, based on seating availability on the buses.
Feb 14, 2007
It's another cold, blustery day in Lynchburg, Va., and another Liberty University men's basketball practice has just concluded. The players walk off the Vines Center court to shower, change and continue on with their days. Some may say this is a common event, something that's taken for granted, but not by Flames senior forward and co-captain, Damien Hubbard. The 6-6 forward Liberty fans see on the court today has gone through a great deal to reach this point.
Feb 13, 2007
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