It’s Homecoming Weekend in Blacksburg! How are the Hokies doing in their many athletic efforts?
After upsetting the No. 1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish, The Virginia Tech men’s soccer team tore off three more wins over Longwood, Boston College, and South Carolina. They are currently riding a two-game losing streak after falling to No. 7 Louisville and No. 2 Wake Forest. The squad looks to regroup this evening against William and Mary. The Hokies currently sport a 7-6 overall record and a 2-4 conference record.
We close out the non-con season TONIGHT— VT Men's Soccer (@VT_MSoccer) October 18, 2017
⚽️ at William & Mary
The women of Virginia Tech have accomplished a surprising amount of tie games this season. Their overall record is 7-4-4 with a conference record of 1-3-3. After consecutive tie games against Boston College and No. 15 Wake Forest they fell to Clemson, but recently recovered against Notre Dame. Tomorrow the Hokies will face the No. 5 North Carolina Tar Heels.
Busy Homecoming Weekend begins final home stand for Hokies#Hokies host No. 5 UNC on Thursday & NC State on Sundayhttps://t.co/TzPcfm6zNz pic.twitter.com/JcVBlpFtVi— VT Women's Soccer (@VT_WSoccer) October 18, 2017
The Hokies are struggling this season with an overall record of 7-12 and a conference record of 1-7. Unfortunately, they have yet to win a home match this season. There is a bright spot amongst the tribulations though. Virginia Tech did defeat UVA, 3-1, but since then has been on a five-game slide. VT will pursue their first home win of the season this Friday when Wake Forest comes calling.
We got ✌️ matches at this weekend #Homecoming— VT Volleyball (@VT_VBall) October 18, 2017
We hope to see you there #ThisIsHome pic.twitter.com/u6b3dIe0D3
Swimming and Diving
The men and women kicked off their season this past week and are already sitting pretty with both men and women defeating the Duke Blue Devils and the Florida State Seminoles. The Action continues this weekend at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center during the Virginia Tech Spirit Challenge.
The #H2Okies are at home for #VTHomecoming weekend!— VT Swimming & Diving (@VT_SwimDive) October 18, 2017
Come out, cheer on the team!
This Thursday head coach Kenny Brooks and player Regan Magarity will be in Charlotte for the ACC Media day. Tip off is less than a month away. The Hokies start their season 10 November when they host Wagner.
#Hokies head to Charlotte for @accwbb Media Day.@CoachBrooksVT, Regan Magarity to represent Tech. Details https://t.co/vYl7vVR28A pic.twitter.com/0SvwjsyuRR— VT Women's Hoops (@VT_WBBall) October 18, 2017