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BLACKSBURG – On Thursday morning, December 4, the Virginia Tech baseball team, in conjunction with its 19 Ways campaign, served host to its second annual Military Appreciation Breakfast held in Lane Stadium.
Organized by the Tech staff with Colonel Dave Miller, Ph.D., and Major Carrie Cox, more than 50 members of the military arrived on campus for a tour of the stadium and then headed to the sixth floor dining area to be served breakfast by members of the Hokies’ baseball team. Continue reading Virginia Tech hosts Military Appreciation Breakfast
BLACKSBURG – A home slate that features 15 games against teams that made the 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship highlights the Virginia Tech baseball 2015 schedule, which has been released today. In all, the Hokies will play 23 games against NCAA teams from a year ago and 38 of their 56 slated for the upcoming season are against teams ranked in the top 100 of last year’s final RPI. Continue reading Virginia Tech releases 2015 Schedule
Here is your National Recap for April 4th.
Nathan Kirby tosses No-Hitter as Virginia defeats Pitt 4-0
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Nathan Kirby (So., Midlothian, Va.) threw a no-hitter in the No. 1-ranked Virginia baseball team’s 4-0 victory at Pittsburgh Friday evening at Charles Cost Field. Kirby struck out 18 batters, one off the school and ACC single-game record, in UVa’s first no-hitter since 2011. Virginia (26-4, 11-2 ACC) extended its winning streak to nine games with the momentous victory. Continue reading National Roundup for April 4th
Boston College Eagles
2013 record: 12 – 40 (4 – 25 ACC, 6th place)
Finish: No postseason
To put it bluntly, the Boston College Eagles were out of their element in ACC conference play in 2013. The Eagles lost their first 20 conference games before surprisingly winning a home series with Miami to get off the schnide.
The Cavaliers were named by 10 coaches as this year’s team to beat, while Florida State received four first-place votes. Continue reading 2014 ACC Preseason Coaches Poll
BLACKSBURG – No matter how you slice it, the 2014 Virginia Tech baseball schedule will be a challenging one for the Hokies under
first-year head coach Patrick Mason. The team will face nine teams (22 games) that made the 2013 NCAA Baseball Championship, and includes four teams (10 games) that made Super Regionals and three teams (seven games) that made the 2013 College World Series.
Continue reading Virginia Tech Releases 2014 Schedule
Virginia Tech head coach Pete Hughes will be named the next head coach at Oklahoma according to sources close to the situation. Hughes brought the Hokies to the NCAA Tournament as they went 40-22 while hosting an NCAA Regional which included the Sooners. Hughes coached Trinity University for two seasons in 1997 and 1998 accumulating a 52-30 record there before moving on. Continue reading Oklahoma set to name Pete Hughes as Head Coach; Mason takes over VT
BLACKSBURG – Sean Keselica had two hits and an RBI to lift Virginia Tech past Connecticut 3-1 in an elimination game at the NCAA Blacksburg regional held at English Field on Sunday afternoon.
The Hokies (40-21) advanced to play for the regional championship later Sunday evening against Oklahoma. UConn (35-28) saw its season come to an end. Continue reading 2013 Blacksburg NCAA Regional Day 3 Recap
BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech got strong pitching from starter Devin Burke, and both Andrew Rash and Chad Pinder hit solo home runs to lift the Hokies to a 9-1 victory over Coastal Carolina in an NCAA regional game at English Field on Saturday afternoon.
Mark Zagunis and Rash each drove in three runs for Tech (39-21), which staved off elimination in the double-elimination format. Coastal Carolina (37-23) saw its season come to an end. Continue reading 2013 Blacksburg NCAA Regional Day 2 Recap