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Liberty University to not Renew Dunton's Coaching Contract

Liberty University Director of Athletics Jeff Barber has announced that the contract for head men's basketball coach Randy Dunton will not be renewed for the 2007-08 season. A national search for a head men's basketball coach will begin immediately.

Feb 28, 2007

VMI Slows Game Down To Top Flames In Big South Quarterfinals, 79-78

The VMI Keydets (13-18), famous this season for their high-octane offense and trapping defense, came out with a much slower game plan and it helped edge the Liberty Flames (14-17), 79-78, in Game 2 of the 2007 Advance Auto Parts Big South Men's Basketball Championship, Tuesday evening, at the Vines Center.

Feb 27, 2007

Camels Knock Off Flames

The Liberty Flames men's tennis team was defeated by Campbell Wednesday afternoon, suffering a 7-0 setback in Buies Creek, N.C.

Feb 28, 2007

Campbell Prevails Over Lady Flames

The Liberty Lady Flames tennis team was beaten by Campbell Wednesday, falling by a 6-1 score in the match contested in Buies Creek, N.C.

Feb 28, 2007

One-On-One With Leslie Jones

Fans of the Liberty Lady Flames Women's Basketball team have gotten to know the players on this year's team a little better through a new series entitled "One-On-One With ...". Today's final installment of the season features a question-and-answer session with senior guard Leslie Jones.

Feb 28, 2007

Liberty Finishes 11th Out Of 15 Teams At West Florida's Argonaut Invitational

VCU came from three-strokes down to beat Old Dominion by two-strokes to win West Florida's Argonaut Invitational on Tuesday at the Pensacola Golf Club in Pensacola, Fla.

Feb 27, 2007

Young Doubles Three Times as Liberty Drops VCU, 8-2

Liberty's Garrett Young went 4-for-5 with three doubles and three RBI to pace the Flames past VCU, 8-2, Tuesday afternoon in a non-conference midweek contest at the Diamond.

Feb 27, 2007

Flames Feature: Making Sweet Music --- Alex McLean

From a very early age, all Alex McLean wanted to do was make music. Learning to play a variety of instruments as a child, McLean developed quite an ear for classical melodies. Even late into his high school years, music was to be his path for life after Bay Shore High School, for he had secured a music scholarship due to his prowess on the classical bass.

Feb 27, 2007

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