Change. We all go through it. As we pass through various stages in life, we each are forced to adapt to different environments and circumstances. For instance, going to school for the first time is one stage of life which necessitates changes in our lives. Moving away from home is another. And, as we graduate from high school and decide to attend college, we must once again adjust to a new environment.
Feb 15, 2007
The Liberty Lady Flames shot 50 percent from the field and matched a season high with eight three-pointers, enabling the team to bounce back from a Saturday setback to High Point with a convincing, 77-52 win at Winthrop Tuesday evening.
Feb 13, 2007
Fans of the Liberty Lady Flames Women's Basketball team will get to know the players on this year's team a little better through a new series entitled "One-On-One With ...". Today's installment features a question-and-answer session with junior point guard Allyson Fasnacht.
Feb 14, 2007
High Point senior guard Candyce Sellars equaled a Vines Center record for an opposing player with six three-pointers and totaled 26 points, helping the Panthers claim a 67-61 win at Liberty Saturday afternoon at the Vines Center.
Feb 10, 2007
Liberty junior guard Allyson Fasnacht and sophomore guard/forward Megan Frazee have both been named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District first-team District III selections, as voted upon by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Feb 8, 2007
"A Tale of Two Cities" represents one of Charles Dickens' defining works as an author. Meanwhile, two very different halves of basketball speak volumes about Liberty sophomore guard/forward Megan Frazee as a basketball player and, more importantly, as a person.
Fans of the Liberty Lady Flames Women's Basketball team will get to know the players on this year's team a little better through a new series entitled "One-On-One With ...". Today's installment features a question-and-answer session with sophomore guard/forward Rebecca Lightfoot.
Feb 7, 2007
The Liberty Lady Flames survived a poor shooting performance to capture their fourth-straight win, a 52-44 decision over Birmingham-Southern, Monday night at the Vines Center. Megan Frazee's double-double (19 points, 10 rebounds) enabled her team to pull out a victory even though the Lady Flames compiled their second-worst field goal percentage (35.3 percent) of the season.
Feb 5, 2007
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