Sadly, the Hokies did not make the cut for the NCAA Tournament, but they did secure another berth in the WNIT! Last year Virginia Tech made it to the WNIT Championship, but fell to the Indiana Hoosiers. This year VT kicked off their efforts with a dominating 92-65 win over the Furman Paladins. Sunday the Hokies host in-state rivals, VCU! Keep up the good work ladies!
Last night was fun. Let’s do it again Sunday‼️ #Hokies pic.twitter.com/MOdpLi80Nw— Virginia Tech Women's Basketball (@HokiesWBB) March 23, 2019
This weekend the Hokies have been working hard at the NCAA Tournament! As of this writing redshirt freshmen phenom, Mekhi Lewis, has upset his way all the way to All-American honors and a spot in his class championship round. Zack Zavatsky also locked up All-American honors. Stay tuned to Gobbler Country for more on the wrestling season as the tournament comes to a close!
The freshman, Mekhi Lewis of @HokiesWrestling earns another upset and is in the national finals! #NCAAWrestling pic.twitter.com/qH6VgefAO2— NCAA Wrestling (@ncaawrestling) March 23, 2019
The Fighting Gobblers finally got the ranked opponent monkey off their back when they defeated No. 13 Denver, in overtime, 15-14! They followed up their best win of the season with a victory over Elon. Virginia Tech has now improved to 7-4 (all loses against ranked foes), and will return to conference play today when they face the Louisville Cardinals.
We'll get our first taste of home @ACCWLax action this season Saturday when Louisville heads to the Burg— Virginia Tech Lacrosse (@HokiesLax) March 22, 2019
First draw Saturday at 1 p.m. at Thompson Field
This past week the Hokies swept their three game series against the N.C. State Wolfpak and their two game series against Binghamton. The also collected a single game win over Lipscomb. The No. 24 Hokies sit with a respectable 24-4 overall record, and have already surpassed their 23 total wins from last year. This weekend VT heads to Pittsburgh to face off against Pitt in a three game series. Fantastic work ladies!
We're back on the road this weekend!— Virginia Tech Softball (@HokiesSoftball) March 21, 2019
All you need to know about No. 24 Tech & Pitt ⤵️
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