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Just a few days removed from a dramatic come-from-behind victory against in-state rival Virginia, Virginia Tech managed to not only build on that performance, but also put together one of its most complete team efforts of the season. The 70-49 victory over Boston College (10-9, 3-5 ACC) was …

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After suffering a tough loss to Syracuse, Virginia Tech basketball looked to bounce back in an ACC matchup against the North Carolina Tar Heels. The Hokies came out victorious in a nail-biting 79-77 win in double overtime. Tyrece Radford connected on a driving layup to give Virginia Tech the…

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The Virginia Tech men’s basketball team defeated Wake Forest 80-70 to improve to 13-4 (4-2) on the season. Both teams went back and forth in the first half, but the Hokies pulled away in the second half to secure a road victory in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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After a long holiday break, Virginia Tech suited up to take on its biggest rival, No. 19 Virginia, in coach Mike Young’s first Commonwealth Clash. At the time of the matchup, Virginia was ranked the lowest it has been against Virginia Tech since 2014.

Virginia Tech (10-2) traveled to No. 8 Florida State (13-0) to open up conference play Dec. 29. The game was the first time ever the Hokies have started ACC play against a top 10 opponent. To beat a team like Florida State, multiple contributors on Virginia Tech would need to have efficient games.

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Fresh off a 64-55 win over VMI that was arguably too close for comfort, the Hokies are going into a short break looking like the team we thought they’d be at this point in the season.

Just five days removed from its subpar performance against No. 10 Duke, the Virginia Tech Hokies (6-3, 1-1 ACC) matched up against the Chattanooga Mocs (6-4, 0-1 Southern Conference) at home. The Hokies have still been working out their kinks early with new coach Mike Young, as the team has …

Virginia Tech had its second tough task against a top-10 team this season, and while the first game was coach Mike Young’s team at its best, today could be considered more of a wakeup call. 

The Virginia Tech women’s basketball team defeated the Davidson Wildcats 88-68 at Cassell Coliseum on Sunday to improve to 5-0 on the season. The 20-point victory marks the fourth straight season that head coach Kenny Brooks has led the Hokies to a 5-0 start to the season.

Non conference play continued this week. Only one team had a bad loss, and that team finds itself at the bottom of the conference.

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The Virginia Tech men’s basketball team won its fifth game in a row on Wednesday, defeating the Delaware State Hornets by a score of 100-64. Tech capitalized on the 3-pointers in this matchup, setting a school record and ACC record with 21 total threes made. 

Virginia Tech (4-0) has extended its winning streak to four games to start the season after a 86-43 throttling of the Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks (1-4). Maryland Eastern Shore is now losers of three straight games after winning its season opener against Wesley College.

In their second home game of the season, the Hokies edged out in-state rival Liberty 73-69 for a non-conference win Nov. 15. However, it was not done in fashion head coach Kenny Brooks would have liked.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies beat the Lehigh Mountain Hawks 79–53 on Saturday. The Hokies moved to 4–0, keeping head coach Mike Young undefeated in his first year. In a game that started off rough, the Hokies went on to win handily in a team effort.

There were a lot of exciting ACC matchups this week, with every team besides Duke having a chance at a conference rival. The results included a shakeup in the middle of the rankings, but the top and bottom of the conference held steady.