Flames Handle Lipscomb 7-0, Earn 3-0 ASUN Weekend
Spring Break ended for the Flames with all smiles, as Liberty took down the Lipscomb Bisons 7-0 on the road at Vanderbilt’s Lummis Family Tennis Center.
No. 66 Liberty Rolls Past Eastern Kentucky 6-1, Saturday Afternoon
The No. 66 Liberty Flames rolled past the Eastern Kentucky Colonels Saturday afternoon, taking a 6-1 win on the road at the Greg Adams Tennis Center.
No. 66 Flames Take Out ASUN Foe Kennesaw State 7-0 to Begin Three-Match Weekend
On a windy Friday night under the lights, the No. 66-ranked Liberty Flames were able to use the elements to their advantage to get past the Kennesaw State Owls 7-0 at home.
No. 66 Liberty Resumes ASUN Play With Matches vs. KSU, EKU and Lipscomb
Liberty will face ASUN foes Kennesaw State (home, Friday), Eastern Kentucky (road, Saturday) and Lipscomb (road, Sunday).
No. 69 Liberty Falls in Consolation Championship to Boise State, 4-1
No. 69 Liberty fell 4-1 in the consolation championship match to Boise State, Sunday morning at the Diablos Tennis Tournament hosted by Arizona State.
No. 69 Flames Down No. 67 Spartans 4-1 for Second Big Ten Win of Season
The No. 69-ranked Liberty Flames downed the No. 67-ranked Michigan State Spartans 4-1 on day two of Arizona State’s Diablos Tennis Tournament, Saturday afternoon.
No. 69 Liberty Falls 4-1 to No. 31 ASU in First Match of Diablos Tennis Tournament
After taking an early 1-0 lead, No. 69 Liberty could not hold off No. 31 Arizona State in the singles session, with the Sun Devils picking up a 4-1 win.
No. 69 Liberty Set for Diablos Tennis Tournament at Arizona State
No. 69 Liberty will play three matches in three days at the Diablos Tennis Tournament, hosted by Arizona State Friday through Sunday.
Flames’ Miguel Garners ASUN Player of Week Distinction For 1st Time
Liberty Flames freshman Luis Felipe Miguel has been named the ASUN Men’s Tennis Player of the Week for the first time.
Liberty’s Wilson and Worst Earn No. 74 Doubles National Ranking
The Liberty men’s tennis doubles team of seniors Josh Wilson and Christiaan Worst have earned a national ranking, checking in as the No. 74-ranked pair in the country.