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    January 11, 2022 Lynchburg, Va. RSS |

    Season tickets for the upcoming 2022 Liberty baseball season are now on sale. The Flames, coming off a 41-win season and an NCAA Regional berth, are scheduled to play 30 games at Worthington Field at Liberty Baseball Stadium, this season. Liberty is slated to open its home schedule against North Carolina A&T on Feb. 23 at 4 p.m.

    New this year, all season tickets are general admission. Tickets are $50 for the public and $40 for faculty/staff, recent Liberty graduates (2018-21) and members of the Letterwinners Association.

    Since its opening in 2013, Worthington Field at Liberty Baseball Stadium has been cited as one of the top destinations for collegiate baseball in the country by various publications.

    To purchase tickets or for more information, visit the Liberty baseball ticket information page on LibertyFlames.com. Tickets can also be purchased by calling (434) 592-5015.

    The Flames’ home schedule once again features non-conference games with Duke, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and High Point, along with three-game series against Canisius, Campbell and Winthrop. Liberty will also welcome FGCU, Jacksonville, Kennesaw State, North Florida and Stetson to Lynchburg for ASUN Conference series.

    The Flames return ASUN All-Conference members Gray Betts, Aaron Anderson and Brady Gulakowsi, along with Freshman All-American and ASUN Freshman of the Year Trey Gibson for 2022. Liberty has been ranked among the Top 25 teams in the country in PerfectGame’s preseason poll.

    The 2021 ASUN Coach of the Year, Scott Jackson enters his sixth year at the helm of the Flames. Jackson has led the Flames to a 158-93 record (.629) in his five seasons at Liberty.

    The Flames come off one of their most successful seasons in school history in 2021. The Flames posted a 41-16 record and received an at large bid to NCAA Knoxville, Tenn. Regional, where they defeated ACC Champion Duke twice, before falling to the host Tennessee Volunteers. During the season, the Flames finished atop the ASUN North standings with a conference-best 19-2 mark and posted marquee non-conference victories over Virginia, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, UCF, Wake Forest and Coastal Carolina.

    The Flames continued to their success at Liberty Baseball Stadium in 2021, posting a 24-2 record in their home ballpark.