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    Liberty Takes on WCU to Open NIVC, Saturday at Home

    Nov 30, 2022 | Lynchburg Va | Volleyball

    ASUN regular-season champion and tournament runner-up Liberty (23-8) hosts the first two rounds of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship.

    The Lady Flames will face Western Carolina (18-12) in the first round on Saturday at 1 p.m. The winner of that match will take on the winner of Clemson (13-17) and Toledo (18-12) on Sunday at 1 p.m. in Liberty Arena.

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    2022 NIVC 1st and 2nd Rounds
    Liberty Arena – Lynchburg, Va.

    Saturday, Dec. 3
    Match 1: 1 p.m. Liberty vs. Western Carolina Live Stats | ESPN+
    Match 2: 4 p.m. Toledo vs. Clemson Live Stats | ESPN+

    Sunday, Dec. 4
    Match 3: 1 p.m. Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2 Live Stats | ESPN+

    Ticket Prices and Information
    Tickets are:
    Adults – $5
    Youth (ages 3-17) – $3
    Students of participating schools – Free with a school ID
    Children 2 years of age and under do not need a ticket.

    Liberty tied a program record with 14 conference wins this season and took a 12-match winning streak into the ASUN final before falling to No. 2 seed FGCU.

    2022 ASUN Setter of the Year Delaney Dilfer was named to the ASUN All-Tournament Team. She has set a new program 25-point rally-scoring record with 1,320 assists this season. Dilfer, in her first year since transferring from Lipscomb, ranks seventh nationally in total assists.

    2022 ASUN Coach of the Year Trevor Johnson has led the Lady Flames to their first conference regular-season title since 2012. The Lady Flames are appearing in the NIVC for the second time, as Johnson guided Liberty to two wins in the 2019 NIVC and a spot in the Elite Eight of the tournament.

    Junior Kamryn Bacus scored a career-high 23 kills in a thrilling five-set win over her former team, Lipscomb, in the ASUN semifinal round in Nashville on Nov. 18. After leading Lipscomb with 3.08 kills per set last year, she currently leads Liberty with 3.33 kills per set this season.

    The Lady Flames have four players (Bacus, Lydia Burts, Trinity Watts, Kate Phillips) with 300 or more kills, the first time in program history that Liberty has had four 300-kill players in a single season.