The Flames (2-3) never trailed but led by only five with 5:15
left in the first half. They closed the half with a 17-4 run to
take a 43-25 lead at the break, then scored the first six points of
the second half.
Liberty scored 29 points off 25 turnovers and held Division III
Lynchburg (0-7) to 32 percent shooting from the field.
Pete Manos led Lynchburg with 18 points. Matthew Sweeney came
off the bench to score 12.