FLORENCE, Ala. -- Caleb Homesley tied a career high 30 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Liberty beat North Alabama 74-56 on Saturday.
Liberty maintained a share of first place in the conference with North Florida (16-10, 9-2) which beat Florida Gulf Coast on Saturday.
The Flames improve to 2-0 against the Lions on the season. Liberty defeated North Alabama 63-52 on Jan. 9. Liberty matches up against NJIT at home next Saturday. North Alabama plays Stetson on the road on Thursday.
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