Karl Ziegler posted a career-high 12 points for Longwood, while Lancers leading scorer Tristan Carey chipped in 10 points. .
Longwood's 47 points are the fewest allowed by the Flames this season. LU's defense held the Lancers to 30.9 percent shooting. Liberty outscored the Lancers in the paint 38-18 and off the bench 33-13.
The Flames, up only 6 at the half, began the second half with a 9-2 run to build their lead and eventually pulled away.
Longwood returns home on Saturday, playing host to Presbyterian at 2. Liberty is home again Saturday night, playing host to North Division leader Charleston Southern at 8. That game follows a women's matchup at 5 pitting the Lady Flames against Longwood.