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    Liberty Hosts Kennesaw State on Senior Day

    Feb 25, 2022 | Lynchburg Va | Men's Basketball

    Liberty will play its final game of the regular season at Liberty Arena, as the Flames host Kennesaw State. The Flames will honor its two seniors, Darius McGhee and Keegan McDowell, prior to the start of Saturday’s game. With a victory, the Flames will lock down the No. 1 seed in the East Division of the ASUN Conference.

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    Liberty vs. Kennesaw State

    Game Date: Saturday, Feb. 26

    Game Time: 1 p.m. (ET)

    Live Video: ESPN+

    Play-by-Play Broadcaster: Matt Warner

    Color Analyst: Paul Nazigian

    Sideline Reporter: Emily Austen

    Live Audio: LFSN Radio (107.5 FM | 101.1 FM)

    Play-by-Play Broadcaster: Alan York

    Liberty Notables

    • Liberty has 102 wins the last four seasons, which ranks the third most in the country.
    • Liberty has five games this season where they have won after being down by double-digits.
    • Liberty has won 165 games over the last six seasons. Prior to Coach McKay, it took Liberty 13 seasons (404 games) to reach 165 wins, not including the 2008-2009 seasons McKay coached.
    • Liberty is one of two teams (Purdue) in the country to have four players shooting 40 percent or better from three-point range this season (Min. 50 attempts).
    • Since 2017 starting with his last two seasons in high school at Blue Ridge, Darius McGhee has a 76-4 record at home games.
    • McGhee has made more three-pointers (132) than 15 schools in the country this season.
    • McGhee has scored double-figures in 26 straight games, tied for the fourth longest streak in Division I.
    • McGhee has made 356 career three-pointers, which ranks No. 6 among active players in Division I.
    • McGhee ranks No. 1 in the country in 3FG Made (132), and total points (718), and No. 2 in points per game (23.9).
    • McGhee has won 102 career games, which is 2 wins away from tying the program record, set by Elijah Cuffee.
    • Keegan McDowell ranks No. 16 in Division I in three-point field goal percentage, shooting 42.4 percent.
    • Kyle Rode ranks No. 44 in Division in assist/turnover ratio (2.35).