VT went undefeated in the preseason (4-0), beating Loyola (2-0), Richmond (2-0), Liberty (3-0), and William & Mary (1-0). The actual season started last night when the Hokies hosted blasted Elon at Thompson Field, winning 7-1! Last year the ladies of VT finished the season 8-9. This year the Hokies hope to recapture a 2019 performance that earned them a berth in the NCAA Championship Tournament. Next up, they travel to Cincinnati to face the Bearcats on Sunday.
#SCtop10 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ https://t.co/B0QqB5uOmJ— Virginia Tech Women's Soccer (@HokiesWSoccer) August 27, 2021
The men’s program also kicked off their season last night, during the Fairfield Inn by Marriott JMU Invitational, breaking even against Kansas City, 2-2. VT jumped to an early lead, but KC fought back to tie it up before the end of regulation. During extra time inclement weather forced the game to be called early. Last year the Hokies went 7-6-4 and, like the women’s program, they are looking to recapture what they found in 2019 when they made it to the second round of the NCAA Championship Tournament.
Match 1️⃣ has been called early due to weather in the area #Hokies pic.twitter.com/63A3GzHk4h— Virginia Tech Men’s Soccer (@HokiesMSoccer) August 26, 2021
The Hokies start the season tonight where VT will host the Virginia Tech Invitational. Their first match will be against Lehigh at Cassell Coliseum. The women of Virginia Tech are looking to improve on head coach, Marci Byers, first year effort of 6-11 (5-11 conference).
ɪᴛ'ꜱ ʜᴇʀᴇ— Virginia Tech Volleyball (@HokiesVB) July 28, 2021
The 2021 schedule has been released!
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Next month, on September 1, the Hokies open the season in Blacksburg at the Virginia Tech Invitational.
Traveling to Ann Arbor, MI, Virginia Tech will start their season at the Wolverine Invitational (13-14 September). Last year the Hokies had a record-breaking season capped off by the program’s first qualification for the NCAA Championships!
Record-breaking season by an incredible group ⛳️— Virginia Tech Women's Golf (@HokiesWGolf) May 24, 2021
Highest national ranking
First pair of All-ACC golfers
Top-4 seed at regionals
Advanced to nationals for 1st time
The best is yet to come #Hokies pic.twitter.com/jYqBzNoM5U
Also kicking off next month, from 11-12 September, the Hokies head to Durham, NC for the Rod Myers Invitational.
Great time with the guys at Ballyhack today ⛳️#Hokies pic.twitter.com/h0JasuEgY9— Virginia Tech Men's Golf (@HokiesMGolf) August 20, 2021
Swimming and Diving
Last, but not least, the Virginia Tech swimming and diving team will start their season in late September when they host the Hokie Belt Challenge Dual on September 26!
Be sure to check back for updates on Virginia Tech’s multiple athletic efforts throughout the season!