Redshirt freshman Landers Nolley announced today that he will be staying at Virginia Tech, removing his name from the transfer portal. Good news for the #Hokies. Landers Nolley announces he is staying in Blacksburg with Mike Young and Virginia Tech.
Virginia Tech shooting guard Landers Nolley has entered his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal, according to Corey Evans of Rivals.com. Nolley is the third player to begin the transfer process since the departure of former head coach Buzz Williams.
After Virginia Tech beat Boston College 77-66, head coach Buzz Williams announced that senior forward Chris Clarke and freshman forward Landers Nolley will not play this season. The news means that the Hokies will be sticking with an eight-man rotation
With the NCAA basketball season now over six weeks in, Virginia Tech fans have yet to see freshman guard Landers Nolley take the court. Nolley has been out for the beginning of the season due to an NCAA eligibility issue,
Virginia Tech will go for its fifth-straight win when it hosts North Carolina A&T in Cassell Coliseum days after a big win over Washington in Atlantic City. The Hokies have rebounded nicely since their loss at Penn State, winning four
After almost a week off, the #13 Virginia Tech Hokies return home looking to improve to 5-0 before travelling to Penn State for next week’s ACC-Big 10 Challenge game. The Hokies will face off against a 1-3 St. Francis (PA)