For the first time in nearly two years, the Liberty women’s basketball team walked off its home court with a loss.
The Flames are in the Final Four for the first time in program history and have a chance to win the first team national title in the university’s history.
Recaps of area college events held Friday, as well as Timberlake Christian's showing the the volleyball state tournament.
It is a cliché repeated ad nauseum around the Liberty men’s basketball facility: turn a good look into a great shot by delivering the extra pa…
In Gretna, the Hawks extended their winning streak in the series with Nelson to 15 games, blanking the visiting Governors at Lester Bond Field…
Eighth-ranked Liberty secured its first Big East tournament championship with a 1-0 victory over host UConn at the George J. Sherman Family Sports Complex in Storrs, Connecticut.
The Pioneers likely secured two home games for the Region 3C playoffs with their win over the Lancers, while a number of other teams are left waiting to see whether their season will continue into the postseason.
Liberty Christian Academy opened up a four-point lead over Heritage when the Virginia High School League's Region 3C power point playoff rankings were released Monday.
The season that began with so much promise — a 16-3 victory over Fredericksburg at Bank of the James Stadium in May that jumpstarted a thrilli…
The Flames (3-3) extended their winning streak to three, and they have won three consecutive nonconference games for the first time since the 2019 season.
In Salisbury, Maryland, Lynchburg brought the tying run to the plate with no outs in the top of the ninth, but Delmarva closer Rickey Ramirez …
The Fredericksburg Nationals bashed 14 hits, six of which went for extra bases, to chase away the Lynchburg Hillcats in rude fashion, 10-1, at Bank of the James Stadium on Thursday night.
Emily Sweat got her wish in her final season in a Liberty uniform.
Liberty was selected as the No. 2 seed for the Knoxville Regional and will face James Madison to open NCAA Tournament play Friday.
For eight games in May, the players fans hadn't gotten a chance to know yet, much less recognize, gave this city something to cheer about.
There were many game-defining moments for Appomattox (10-0) in Saturday's thrilling Class 2 state championship that ended in a 48-41 ACHS victory over Stuarts Draft. One of those important plays occurred early in the fourth quarter.
Liberty (7-5-5) faces off against Washington (9-3-3) in the first round scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sportsplex in Matthews, North Carolina.
Will Wagner and Trey McDyre hit home runs, Trevor Delaite allowed two hits over five innings, and Liberty baseball extended its winning streak…
Tech got another resume boost by beating Syracuse.
Thanks to a 14-0 run in the fourth quarter, the visiting Hornets overtook Ferrum and held on for a 57-49 victory Friday at Swartz Gymnasium.
"We lacked assertiveness offensively with our cuts then, defensively, kind of laid down," UVa coach Tony Bennett said.
Tech went on a 34-8 run in the second half.
The UVa defense shut down a hot Syracuse team and had a strong night from beyond the arc, hitting 13 of 28 3-point attempts.
The Flames are coming off their first loss in a calendar year, a 15-14 setback at N.C. State, that snapped their 10-game winning streak.