Women’s Basketball: The Hokies were able to end a four game losing streak by fighting back from a deficit and defeating the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 54-48. Virginia Tech has struggled during ACC play. After starting the season 13-1 they have gone 3-11. The Hokies are 16-12 (4-11 ACC). The ladies of VT basketball will close out the regular season this Sunday when they host UVA for Senior Day and Girl Scouts & American Heritage Girls Day. The ACC Tournament will kick of next week on Wednesday, March 2.
Softball: VPI has had a rough start to the Softball season. Since opening the year with a victory over South Florida they have only managed to pull one more win. That win occurred earlier today when the Hokies defeated Morehead State, 8-0, in the first game of a double-header. Unfortunately, the second game of the day did not go so well. Ohio State defeated Virginia Tech, 0-13. The Hokies are currently sitting on a rather disappointing 2-9 overall record. This Saturday they will face another two teams, USC Upstate and Ohio State again.
Lacrosse: Last weekend the Fighting Gobblers overcame a five-point deficit against High Point to send the game into overtime. VPI came through and won the match, 14-13. Most recently the Hokies exercised the nuclear option and evaporated Radford, 17-2. Tomorrow Virginia Tech will face another in state rival when they travel to Norfolk and face Old Dominion.
Men’s Tennis: After suffering a loss to No. 8 Ohio State the Hokies have won three straight, defeating UMBC, College of Charleston, and James Madison. VPI is 7-2 on the season and faces N.C. State next Friday, March 4.
Women’s Tennis: The women’s tennis effort has resulted in a five game winning streak. Last weekend they defeated Marshall, 5-2, and Rice, 4-1. VPI is 7-3 on the season. The Hokies host Boston College this Sunday.
No. 41 Tech set to host pair of ACC matches over the weekend: Hokies will welcome .. https://t.co/iYYkYQKcGy— VT Women's Tennis (@VT_WTennis) February 26, 2016