The first visit to Mexico in program history, along with home games against several major opponents, highlight Liberty's 2019 softball schedule.
Sixth-year Liberty Softball Head Coach Dot Richardson has announced the addition of 10 student-athletes to the Lady Flames' softball program for the 2019-20 academic year.
The Lady Flames earned the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Academic Team award for the fourth time in the last five years.
Current Liberty associate head softball coach Paige Cassady has been named the Easton/NFCA Division I National Assistant Coach of the Year.
The Liberty softball team will travel to Commonwealth rivals Longwood and Virginia, along with playing three home doubleheaders, this fall.
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Liberty sixth-year head softball coach Dot Richardson has announced the promotion of Paige Cassady from assistant coach to her current position as associate head coach. Read More
Former Liberty softball pitcher Kenzie Friesen recently completed her second season representing her home country in international competitions while playing for Softball Canada. Read More
The Lady Flames' inaugural 21-game ASUN schedule was announced today. Read More
Liberty junior pitcher Julia DiMartino and Head Coach Dot Richardson received major awards today, as the VaSID University Division All-State Softball Team was announced. Read More
The Liberty softball team continues its rise to national prominence, making a splash in the 2018 NCAA Columbia Regional. Read More
Liberty Softball Head Coach Dot Richardson and her staff have been named the 2018 NFCA Division I Mid-Atlantic Regional Coaching Staff of the Year. Read More
Liberty junior pitcher Julia DiMartino has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division I Softball Pitcher of the Year. Read More
No. 11/10 South Carolina won its third elimination game in a row, advancing to the Super Regional round with a 5-0 victory over Liberty in Sunday's winner-take-all final. Read More
May 20 | Softball
The host No. 11/10 South Carolina Gamecocks got a three-hit shutout from Dixie Raley, edging Liberty, 2-0, on Sunday to force a winner-take-all final at the NCAA Columbia Regional. Read More