6 Members Added to Hall of Fame Class for 2023
Six new members will be inducted into the Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame during a special ceremony in September.
Berkman Named to VaSID 1st Team All-State Squad
For the second year in a row, Liberty redshirt senior center Mya Berkman has been named Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) University Division Women’s Basketball first team all-state.
C-USA Basketball Championships Moving to Huntsville, Alabama in 2024 and 2025
The 2024 and 2025 Conference USA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships will be hosted at Propst Arena in Huntsville, Ala.
Berkman Wins NCAA WBB Field Goal Percentage Title
Liberty redshirt senior Mya Berkman has claimed the NCAA Division I field goal percentage title after shooting 69.5 percent for the year.
Registration is Open for Lady Flames Basketball Camps this Summer
The 2023 Lady Flames Basketball Camps include a day camp, an elite camp, and a team camp.
Liberty’s Comeback Falls Just Short in 87-80 WNIT First-Round Loss at Bowling Green
Liberty cut a 22-point deficit to five twice during Thursday evening’s WNIT first-round contest at Bowling Green. However, the Lady Flames’ comeback effort fell just short.
WBB Game Day: Bowling Green
ASUN runner-up Liberty (24-8) will tip off its fourth Postseason WNIT appearance and second in as many years on Thursday with its first-ever visit to MAC runner-up Bowling Green (27-6).
Liberty to Tip Off WNIT Appearance at Bowling Green on Thursday
Liberty will travel to Bowling Green on Thursday for a Postseason WNIT first-round matchup. Tipoff is slated for 6 p.m. inside the Stroh Center.
FGCU Races Past Liberty in ASUN Title Game, 84-60
No. 1 seed FGCU hit 14 three-pointers and got 20 points from Tournament MVP Tishara Morehouse in an 84-60 victory over No. 2 seed Liberty in the ASUN Women’s Basketball Championship final.
WBB Game Day: No. 1 Seed FGCU
No. 2 seed Liberty (24-7, 16-2 ASUN) will make its fourth ASUN Women's Basketball Championship title game appearance in five years, Saturday evening at No. 1 seed FGCU (31-3, 17-1).