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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.

Virginia Tech improved to 3-0 (1-0 ACC) after its blowout victory against USC Upstate, who fell to 1-3 (0-0 Big South). The Hokies, who were led by 23 points from Landers Nolley II, relied on their outside shooting to earn a victory against the Spartans. 

After winning their first game of the season against Clemson, the Hokies returned to Blacksburg for their home opener against the Coppin State Eagles. The first game in Cassell Coliseum this season was a success, as Virginia Tech dominated the entire game and walked away with a 74-42 victory.

Virginia Tech men’s basketball opened the Mike Young era Tuesday with an away game against Clemson. Tech comes into the season with a completely overhauled roster that has lost the most minutes, scoring, rebounding and shooting in the entire ACC. On the other hand, Clemson gets a decent amou…

Virginia Tech women’s basketball kicked off the season at home in impressive fashion with a 105-41 victory over the Saint Francis Red Flash. It was head coach Kenny Brooks’ 50th non-conference win in his Virginia Tech career.

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With college basketball officially starting off next week, we’ll take a look at how all the teams in the ACC stack up going into the season. The conference is as talented as it has ever been in recent years, and every team should have realistic expectations of fighting for a spot in the NCAA…

Virginia Tech’s women’s basketball team has lost a few key players heading into the 2019-20 season, but head coach Kenny Brooks has made it clear that going to the NCAA Tournament is his goal for his fourth year of coaching the Hokies. As always, Tech has a tough ACC schedule and has to play…

Justin Robinson threw a perfect lob to Ahmed Hill with seconds left, but the ball rolled off the rim and the Hokies lost to the No. 1 overall Duke Blue Devils in the Sweet 16. That’s how it all ended for last year’s Virginia Tech team that set a school record for wins in a season and made it…

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The Virginia Tech Hokies basketball program has to be feeling proud to see its recent collegiate stars fulfilling their dreams as professional basketball players. Three players, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Justin Robinson and Ahmed Hill have now all signed contracts with NBA teams before the s…