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November would not be complete without a preseason tournament. This year, the Hokies’ men’s basketball team competed in the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament in Brooklyn, New York. Tech opened up the tournament with a loss to No. 9 Memphis and finished with another loss to No. 25 Xavier, who had…

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The Hokies traveled to Cary, North Carolina, this weekend to compete in the annual Wolfpack Open, a tournament that usually takes place in Raleigh, North Carolina. Virginia Tech sent a young battalion to compete against a plethora of North Carolina State wrestlers that the Hokies will surely…

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In head coach Mike Young’s 600th career game — and while coaching against two of Young’s former assistants from Wofford in Darris and Shane Nichols — the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team earned a 65–39 win over the Radford Highlanders on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

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After taking their first ACC win against their Commonwealth rival, UVA, the Virginia Tech Hokies suffered three straight losses. The Hokies took on the UNC Tar Heels at home looking for their second win in the ACC on Nov. 12.

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With this being the last football game some of these seniors play, Tré Turner and the crew knew finishing the game with a victory was the only option. With the help of a career game from Braxton Burmeister and a stingy defense, Virginia Tech (5–5, 3–3 ACC) stomped Duke (3–7,0–6 ACC). Everyth…

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The Hokies took a quick trip up Interstate 81 to Salem, Virginia, Sunday morning to compete in the Southeast Open tournament, previously known as the Hokie Open. Virginia Tech enters the regular season as the No. 6 team with nine wrestlers ranked among the best in their respective weight cla…

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Virginia Tech volleyball (10–16, 1–13 ACC) is back on a losing streak, having lost three straight matches, with the Duke Blue Devils (15–10, 6–8 ACC) being the newest addition. The Hokies got swept by the Blue Devils, 3–0. Virginia Tech has only won six sets during conference play thus far, …

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In a game exemplary of what has become a lost season, the Virginia Tech Hokies took yet another disparaging loss to the Boston College Eagles on the road this past Friday, 17–3. In a matchup in which Virginia Tech was favored, injuries and poor offense paved the way for a putrid performance …