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Thursday, November 26th, 2020

Johnson's 31 points, Ohio's dominating third quarter too much for Liberty women's basketball

Erica Johnson scored 31 points and pulled down eight rebounds, Cece Hooks added 18 points and Ohio used a dominating third quarter to take control and defeat Liberty 76-72 Wednesday afternoon. Read more


Stubbs' shining senior season highlights Liberty's growth in receiving corps

Stubbs, with Malik Willis at quarterback, has expanded his repertoire and become a more complete slot receiver.  Read more


Daunting opening four games set to test young Liberty men's basketball team

The Flames open the regular season at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday against Purdue in the Space Coast Challenge at Eastern Florida State College’s Titan Field House in Melbourne, Florida. Read more


Liberty women's basketball, acutely aware of coronavirus' impact, eager to finally get back on court

The Flames have waited for the chance to get back on the court. It has been eight long months since those players put on the jerseys and laced up their sneakers. Read more


Photos: Liberty University unveils new $65 million arena

Liberty University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the unveiling of its new $65 million area on Monday, Nov. 23, 2020.  Read more


Liberty Arena, the new $65 million home for basketball and volleyball, officially opens

Men’s basketball coach Ritchie McKay and women’s basketball coach Carey Green said the arena will create an electric game atmosphere and assist in recruiting for the mid-major programs. Read more


Liberty football notes: Dabney enters transfer portal; Yarbrough in concussion protocol

Emanuel Dabney, who started seven straight games at cornerback for Liberty, entered the transfer portal Monday morning. Read more

More Liberty News


Liberty University reports 46 active COVID-19 cases as semester winds down

Liberty University on Wednesday reported 46 active COVID-19 cases among its students and employees, an increase from the 37 cases reported a week ago. University officials have instructed 347 students and employees to quarantine this week.  Read more


Lynchburg-area college students urged to follow COVID-19 guidelines as thousands prepare to leave campuses

With the fall semester drawing to a close for Lynchburg-area colleges, thousands of students are preparing to make their way home this week amid a surge in coronavirus cases across the country. Health officials are urging students to closely follow COVID-19 guidelines.  Read more