This time last week, Virginia Tech was right on the bubble needing to beat NC State while everyone doubted the Hokies’ chances against UVA. One week later, Virginia Tech has moved into a relatively safe spot inside the NCAA Tournament
Virginia Tech shocked the nation Saturday night when the Hokies upset #2 Virginia 61-60 in an overtime thriller that will be remembered for a long time. The win has pushed the Hokies away from the bubble to playing for seeding
On a spring day in 2016, Spotswood High School infielder Cam Irvine stepped into the batter’s box to face a rival pitcher. Turner Ashby’s Brenan Hanifee stood on the mound, looking to continue his undefeated senior season. Irvine wasn’t fazed.
Following the men’s basketball team’s win Saturday night, #9 Virginia Tech Wrestling joined the party and defeated UVA 22-18 Sunday in Charlottesville. With starter Brent Moore sidelined with the flu, the Hokies forfeited the first match of the day at
At John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team won arguably their biggest game in Buzz Williams’ four years over rival and second-ranked Virginia 61-60. Led by point guard Justin Robinson, who scored 20 points,
Virginia Tech has had lots of recruiting success recently gaining four-star LB Dax Hollifield’s commitment Wednesday and three-star OG Jesse Hanson’s commitment Thursday. Yesterday, the Hokies made it three-straight days of commitments. The Hokies received a commitment from Massachusetts cornerback