The Liberty Flames jumped out to an 11-3 lead and then held off a Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs rally, for an 11-10 victory, Sunday at John Henry Moss Stadium.
Despite allowing 11 hits, Gardner-Webb pitching held Liberty off the scoreboard throughout the afternoon, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs defeated the Flames, 6-3, at John Henry Moss Stadium, Saturday. The Flames left 12 men on base in the Big South Conference contest.
No. 3 seed Tennessee broke open a close NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship first-round game against No. 14 seed Liberty with a second-half scoring outburst.
In the first round of the CollegeInsider.Com Postseason Tournament, Liberty defeated North Carolina A&T 65-52 in the Jim Phelan Classic. With the win, the Flames match last year’s win total as they improve to 21-14 on the season.
Third baseman Tyler Galazin’s RBI single in the 11th inning gave the Liberty Flames a walk-off, 5-4, win over the Canisius Golden Griffins, Sunday afternoon at Liberty Baseball Stadium.
After accepting an invitation to the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) earlier this week, Liberty men’s basketball will now host North Carolina A&T in the first round of the CIT on Monday, March 12, at the Vines Center.
Despite three hits by Liberty catcher Tre Todd, the Canisius Golden Griffins toppled the Flames, 9-2, Friday afternoon at Liberty Baseball Stadium.
The Liberty Flames pounded out eight extra base hits and recorded their first shutout of the 2018, blanking the Youngstown State Penguins, 16-0, Tuesday afternoon at Liberty Baseball Stadium.
The Flames will become quite familiar with the Minutemen during the early part of their FBS days, with Liberty and UMass announcing four additional football games in its series between the two schools.
The No. 13 North Carolina Tar Heels defeated the Liberty Flames, 13-8, Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium.
It was a Big South Championship for the ages with Liberty and Radford going back-and-forth all day. It seemed as if the last possession of the game would determine the outcome and that proved to be the case as Radford’s Carlik Jones hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to defeat the Flames, 55-52.
No. 13 North Carolina scored a run in the seventh inning for a come-from-behind, 6-5, victory over the Liberty Flames, Saturday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium.
Liberty made history Friday night becoming the first team in school history to record back-to-back 20-win seasons and the Flames’ 20th win came in the Big South Semifinals over the No. 1 seed UNC Asheville.
The No. 13 North Carolina Tar Heels used a big fifth inning to down the Liberty Flames, 17-2, Friday evening at Boshamer Stadium.
In a day full of tight contests at Kimmel Arena in the Big South Quarterfinals, Liberty closed out today’s play posting the only double-digit win of the day defeating Campbell 73-59. With the win, the Flames advance to the semifinals to face UNC Asheville.
The Elon Phoenix scored three runs in the seventh inning, overcoming a two-run Liberty advantage for a 4-3 victory, Wednesday afternoon at Latham Park.
First baseman Dylan Allen had four hits, including a home run, helping to power the Liberty Flames past the Binghamton Bearcats, 10-6, Saturday afternoon at the Liberty Baseball Stadium.
In the final day of the regular season, Liberty displayed one of its best defensive outings of the season as the Flames defeated High Point, 65-45.
The Liberty Flames overcame an early five-run deficit and later, erased another, for a come-from-behind 14-10 win over the VCU Rams in game one of a doubleheader,Sunday at Liberty Baseball Stadium.
Liberty would make 11 of its last 14 field goal attempts to close out the game but was unable to get the necessary stops on defense as the Flames suffered a 79-69 loss to Campbell.
Jonathan Embry and Tre Todd each hit home runs and Zach Clinton threw four scoreless innings of relief, powering the Liberty Flames past the VCU Rams, 5-4, Fridayin the 2018 season opener at Liberty Baseball Stadium.
In order to snap a 13-game losing streak over UNC Asheville, Liberty pulled off the impossible, tying the game in regulation with 1.4 seconds left. After tying the game, the Flames snapped the Bulldogs’ 21-game winning streak at home with the 82-69 overtime victory at Kimmel Arena on Thursday night.
Liberty got back in the win column Saturday night at the Vines Center, pulling off a 77-65 victory over Gardner-Webb. The Flames improve to 16-11 overall and 7-7 in conference, while Gardner-Webb falls to 12-15 and 7-7 in the Big South.
Liberty looked for its fourth straight win Wednesday night Charleston Southern but could not overcome the Buccaneers three-point shooting as the Flames fell to CSU 87-75.
Liberty football coach Turner Gill brought the Flames’ first-ever FBS signing class to 27 members today with the announcement of eight new signees.
Campbell had a historic night from three-point range making 23 three-pointers that Liberty could not overcome in a 94-85 loss at the Vines Center.
Liberty outfielder D.J. Artis has been named to the 2018 D1Basball.com Preseason All-America team. The junior was placed on one of college baseball’s most prominent sites’ second team, which was announced earlier today.
UNC Asheville opened the first half on a terror shooting 73 percent from three-point range building a 20-point lead that Liberty could not recover from as the Flames lost 84-68. The Flames drop to 12-9 and 3-5 in the Big South while the Bulldogs improve to 12-9 and 5-3 in conference.
Liberty let a 13-point lead in the first half slip away in the second half as the Flames fell on the road to High Point 71-60. The Flames drop to 12-8 overall and 3-4 in the Big South while High Point improves to 9-9 and 4-3 in conference.
News of Liberty’s move to the FBS level sparked a renewed fire in Flames Nation, including record growth in the Flames Club in 2017.
Two of the Big South’s best faced off Monday night as Liberty (12-7, 3-3) squared off against Radford (12-7, 5-1) as the two with the best overall records in conference.
Liberty dropped its first home game of the season in the Big South, Friday night, with a 58-51 loss to Longwood. The Flames fall to 12-6 overall and 3-2 in the Big South, while Longwood improves to 5-13 and 2-3 in conference play.
Liberty football coach Turner Gill has promoted Aaron Wilkins to the position of defensive assistant coach. Wilkins will start working with Liberty’s defensive line during the upcoming spring workouts.
Liberty looked like it was going to lose its 13th straight game at the Winthrop Coliseum with three minutes left in the game trailing by seven, but the Flames turned the corner ending the game on a 10-0 run to pull out the 73-70 victory.
Liberty’s defense proved to be the difference maker Saturday at the Vines Center as the Flames pulled out their second straight win in the Big South. The Flames held Presbyterian 26 points below its season-average, as Liberty defeated the Blue Hose, 60-48.
Liberty’s 2017-18 squad became the second fastest team in program history to reach 10 wins after pulling out its first Big South victory of the season.
Liberty held Gardner-Webb 18 points below its season average but struggled on offense in its Big South opener as the Runnin’ Bulldogs pulled out the 58-55 victory.
Liberty Athletics has given Flames Nation an early Christmas present with the announcement of the completed 2020 and 2021 football schedules.
The game started with a dunk from Scottie James and Liberty would never relinquished the lead as the Flames closed out the New Orleans Shootout with an 87-70 win over Alabama State.
After a sluggish start for Liberty to open the New Orleans Shootout, the Flames made it a ballgame with an offensive surge in the second half, but it wasn’t enough, as the Flames fell to Fort Wayne (9-5) to open the New Orleans Shootout, 75-64.
Liberty football coach Turner Gill added 19 players to his 2018 roster as part of the new early December National Signing Day period on Wednesday.