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Georgia Amoore became the first player in Virginia Tech women’s basketball history to have a triple-double performance in the Hokies’ 85–54 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers (5–3) on Thursday in the final game of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

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The No. 11 Virginia Tech wrestling team took home the team title of the 26th annual Keystone Classic on Sunday in Philadelphia. Tech put up a total of 174.5 points, beating second place University of Pennsylvania which had 163.5. On top of winning the team title, the Hokies took home five of…

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The Hokies men’s cross country team traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday for their last team meet of the season. This meet, the NCAA Southeast Regional, was the team's chance at qualifying for the NCAA Championships next week. However, all but one Hokie will be staying home next weekend. 

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The Virginia Tech women’s cross country team traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday to compete in the NCAA Southeast Regional. This was the team’s last meet of the season, as they previously missed out on qualifying for the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 

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With the return of Justyn Mutts, the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team won its second game of the season, taking out Lehigh University with a 78–52 showing in Blacksburg on Thursday night.

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This past weekend the women’s lacrosse team hosted their yearly fall alumni weekend and alumni game. There were activities spanning from Friday through Saturday, and the entire Hokies lacrosse team was able to compete against their former teammates and the past players. 

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Six Hokie wrestlers were able to win a title at the Southeast Open on Saturday in Salem. The Hokies had 15 total placers. Five of the titles were claimed in the Open Division, while TJ Stewart was able to claim one in the Freshman/Sophomore Division.

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Virginia Tech cross country came back to Blacksburg on Friday to host the annual Hokie Open to better help prepare for the upcoming NCAA regional championships. As always, the race route was the Buford Meredith cross country course, giving the Virginia Tech runners a great home course advantage. 

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The Hokies were back in Blacksburg this week, hosting the Hokie Open on Friday. The top runners sat this one out in order to rest for their regional meet taking place next week. This gave some of the other athletes on the team a chance to compete.