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,
Virginia Tech finished in the top 10 at the NCAA wrestling tournament amid a historic showing, but the final match for the Hokies was a heartbreaker. Senior Jared Haught lost his 197-pound title match to NC State’s Michael Macchiavello 3-1
The Virginia Tech wrestling team has had a historic NCAA Championships so far, but it’s not done yet. Senior Jared Haught defeated Ben Darmstadt of Cornell in the semifinals Friday night to become the Hokies’ second finalist ever. Virginia Tech
The Virginia Tech Hokies ended the first day of the NCAA Wrestling Championships with their top 3 wrestlers reaching the quarterfinals and five others still being alive in the consolation portion of the bracket. Today’s opening session provided for some
Virginia Tech men’s basketball wasn’t the only team in the Rust Belt for their biggest event of the year this week as Virginia Tech wrestling kicked off their NCAA Championships in Cleveland today. The Hokies started the day with nine
Everyone likes a good redemption story. On Saturday night in Chapel Hill, Brent Moore gave us that narrative as he helped guide Virginia Tech to an ACC Championship. Moore, the 2-seed in the 141 weight class, dominated his semifinal match.