Virginia Tech had a chance to win its 500th game at English Field this past weekend, but Clemson got in the way. The Tigers swept the Hokies in an ACC series, dropping Tech to 4-8 in conference play. The performance
Both Virginia Tech baseball and Virginia Tech softball have gotten off to impressive starts with both teams picking up road wins over top 10 opponents on the road while also having a combined 31-9 record after their road weekend openers.
Virginia Tech was one of just 12 undefeated teams in Division I coming into this weekend’s series against Bryant. The Hokies (8-2) were unable to keep their winning streak alive against the Bulldogs (4-5), but head coach John Szefc is
Virginia Tech baseball’s hot start to the season continued over the weekend as the Hokies picked up three more wins. After sweeping UNC Greensboro and defeating Radford, Tech has improved to 7-0 on the season. This marks the fourth time
Virginia Tech baseball is off to a fiery start to the 2019 season, winning its first four games over the past week. The Hokies won the Stetson Rycass Classic before winning their home opener against East Tennessee State. Tech’s offense
The Virginia Tech baseball team might look a little different when it takes the field this season, but head coach John Szefc is excited about that. “We have a total of 22 new faces on our roster,” Szefc said. “A