Two days ago, the Hokies received some big news when Edinboro’s talented heavyweight wrestler Billy Miller decided to transfer to Virginia Tech. Yesterday, his teammate Korbin Myers decided to follow him to Blacksburg. Welcome to #HokieNation Korbin and Billy❗️#Hokies 🦃
Last week, news broke that Virginia Tech’s starting heavyweight wrestler Andrew Dunn has left the Hokies’ wrestling program, creating an opening at the heavyweight class. However, the Hokies have found a replacement for him. .@biwwymiwwa (@Perry_Pirates) is transferring to @HokiesWrestling
David McFadden had an impressive redshirt sophomore season for Virginia Tech winning an ACC title, making the semifinals of the NCAA Championships, finishing fifth overall at 165, and only losing two matches on the season (both in the NCAA Championships).
After earning the starting heavyweight job and replacing Ty Walz, Andrew Dunn has decided to transfer according to Tony Robie in an interview with TechSideline.com. After redshirting during the 2016-2017 season, Dunn earned the heavyweight job and broke into the
Virginia Tech Wrestling has had some success on the recruiting trail in the past, but the Hokies haven’t necessarily had much success at recruiting the nation’s elite wrestlers. However, that may be starting to change in the 2019 class, a
Despite being in a “rebuilding” year, Virginia Tech still finished eighth at the NCAA Wrestling Championships with nine wrestlers qualifying and 3 earning All-American honors. While the Hokies had a few redshirt freshmen like Brent Moore, Andrew Dunn, BC LaPrade,