The challenge for the baseball team this academic year is to find 19 ways to make a difference. The "19 Ways" program is the product of Hughes’ inspiration, who wears No. 19 for the Hokies.
"To whom much is given, much is expected," said Virginia Tech head baseball coach Pete Hughes. "We are expected to take part on 19 different occasions to have a positive effect on someone or some organization during this school year."
The number 19 was the favorite number of Coach Hughes’ mother, the late Alice Hughes. "My mother spent a lifetime helping everyone, everyday and specifically the elderly and the ill," added Hughes. "She was the ultimate helper."
Coach Hughes is encouraging members of the community to send suggestions on how the Hokie baseball team can help individuals or organizations. Suggestions may be sent via email to email@example.com.
September 11, 2010
Virginia Tech Football vs. James Madison
September 18, 2010
Virginia Tech Football vs. East Carolina :: View Photo - View Photo
September 20, 2010 :: Photo Gallery :: Video
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September 29, 2010 :: Hokie baseball players assisted in the set up, break down and the event itself. Taste of Inspiration is a terrific annual event for an even better cause. View Photo
October 17, 2010 :: View Photo
October 29, 2010 :: View Photo
October 26, 2010 :: Hokieball took part in the Kipps Elementary School Fall Festival
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December 2, 2010 :: View Photo
Hokie baseball players volunteered their time throughout the month of December 2010
Coach Hughes visits the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center in Roanoke! Meets with the students and has birthday lunch with adopted Hokieballer Levi Mayo! :: View Photo
March 23, 2011
Ran a collection during weekend series with Florida State, April 15-17th, for Tornado Relief Efforts in Pulaski
VT Baseball has adopted an inspiring new teammate, Levi Mayo, member of the "Friends of Jaclyn" Foundation.
Based in Radford, the Against All Odds Clubhouse is a psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness. The program serves residents from throughout the New River Valley. :: View Photo
May 21st, 2011 vs. Georgia Tech