Virginia Tech announced that center Khadim Sy has left the men’s basketball program for a second time. Khadim Sy is no longer a part of Virginia Tech's basketball program, per a school spokesman. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 13, 2018
Before Virginia Tech basketball began their main preparations for the 2017-18 season, the Hokies announced that Khadim Sy had left the program and university. At that point, no one imagined that Sy would return to the Hokies at any point
Khadim Sy had an up-and-down freshman season, but showed some flashes of great potential. Sy averaged 4 points and 2.7 rebounds in what was a solid debut for the young big man out of Oak Hill. Going into this season, Sy was expected
The Virginia Tech Hokies entered this season with one major injury concern as Kerry Blackshear had offseason surgery on his foot to fix a condition that had affected him for a long time. It was hoped that Blackshear could return
The Virginia Tech Hokies are heavily favored to get to 11-1 with three games against weaker competition before facing Duke on New Year’s Eve, but their first of these three opponents will present a unique challenge that the Hokies have
The Virginia Tech Hokies are approaching the top 25 after getting the sixth most votes among teams outside the top 25 while also building a strong non-conference resume with wins at Michigan and in California against Nebraska and New Mexico.