First off, congratulations to the Women’s basketball team, twice over. First for their 700th win.
January 20, 2020
Which if that wasn’t special enough, that victory came against the Wahoos in Hooville. Tech put up a serious fight, and battled Virginia the entire game, coming up with a convincing 69-61 victory.
#Hokies earn gritty road win over rival UVA Sunday behind balanced scoring ⚡️— Virginia Tech Women's Basketball (@HokiesWBB) January 19, 2020
All five starters in double figures, @elizabethkitley registers a double-double in the win
Of special note, Lydia Rivers had a super effort on the floor for the Hokies. She put up her personal best offensive game, pulled down some respectable boards, and played great defense to round it all out.
L dia Rivers at UVA— Virginia Tech Women's Basketball (@HokiesWBB) January 20, 2020
✅ Personal-best 13 points in an @accwbb game
4-5 from the floor
Held ACC's leading scorer below her season average #Hokies #OurState pic.twitter.com/tc7Sagc9tW
And someone tell Dara Mabrey that if she keeps hitting these the coach isn’t going to allow her down low. Wow!
Did she shoot that from the logo⁉️— Virginia Tech Women's Basketball (@HokiesWBB) January 20, 2020
She shot that from the logo ‼️
Put some respect on @daramabrey’s range #Hokies pic.twitter.com/7tTuuWpFAd
The Hokie Women’s Basketball Team hits the Cassell court for a Blackout game tomorrow at 7pm.
⚫️ BLACK OUT ⚫️— Virginia Tech Women's Basketball (@HokiesWBB) January 22, 2020
We're back at Cassell to take on Boston College Thursday night for a black out
All you need to know about our 7 PM tip ⤵️
Tonight, the Men’s team takes to the court looking to get the top spinning in the right direction, again, after the disappointing razor thin loss to Syracuse. The Hokies will be hosting a struggling North Carolina team. It’s important that the Hokies open up and play fearless, confident basketball, along with the knowledge that even though Carolina is struggling, the Tar Heels don’t like losing to us. Tech is favored but need to forget that bit of fluff and go out to win.
Game day!— Virginia Tech Men's Basketball (@HokiesMBB) January 22, 2020
Wear black tonight ⚫️
8 p.m. ET
https://t.co/76M5JVeRnt#StoneByStone | #Hokies pic.twitter.com/PuFcAZGtsL
Indoor Track and Field
The Indoor Track and Field Season is underway, and the first week has seen some ACC honors being sprinkled on Jacory Patterson (Sprinter) and Rachel Baxter (Pole Vault). Congratulations to both of them.
Picked up some league honors today— Virginia Tech Track & Field (@HokiesTFXC) January 22, 2020
Rachel Baxter & @jacoryp77 were named as ACC Performers of the Week
» https://t.co/s3m2R1m7Uw#Hokies | #ThisIsHome pic.twitter.com/uOF5NE6uWI
The men’s 4x400 meter relay posted some impressive numbers as they build up their competitive level. They broke the school record this week which is a really great way to get things started.
#VTINVITE | M 4X4 Relay— Virginia Tech Track & Field (@HokiesTFXC) January 18, 2020
1. Forrest, Sapp, Green, Patterson (3:09.28)
This group was moving as they break the school record to open the indoor season
#M21 | #Hokies pic.twitter.com/XJ1zdZ6c9C
The semester has started and that means the winter period of conditioning and strength training gets underway for the football players. Spring practice seems so far away, but it will be here soon enough. Now is the time for concentrating on studies... weights... runs... agility... studies...
The Boys Are Back ❗️— Virginia Tech Football (@HokiesFB) January 22, 2020
Staring down the 2020 season #HardHatMentality | #Hokies pic.twitter.com/IDaR4zK373
The 2020 football schedule is out. There’s a Thursday night game!!!! It’s also going to be an interesting season. Bryan is going to go over the schedule with us, later this evening. GC will have seven home games to cover, again this season. Hopefully the weather cooperates better, this time.