Welcome from Coach Jim Thompson

A quick word from the Virginia Tech men's tennis head coach.

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First-class facilities

The Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center is the home of Virginia Tech’s men’s and women’s tennis programs and is an outstanding facility for tennis, ranking among the best venues for tennis in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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Luka Somen | 2011, 2012 Yoann Re | 2009, 2010 Albert Larregola | 2008 Doubles | Nicolas Delgado & Pedro Graber | 2007 Arvid Puranen | 2006 Stephane Rod | 2005 Andreas Laulund | 2003, 2004 Saber Kadiri | 2002 Adam Marchetti | 1999 Aaron Marchetti | 1998, 1999 Doubles | Aaron & Adam Marchetti | 1998, 1999 Oliver Mayo | 1996, 1997 Doubles | Oliver Mayo & Marek Pfeil | 1997 Marcus Kramer | 1993 Jim Milley | 1979 Jack Burrows | 1969

NCAA qualifiers

The Hokies have had a long successful history on the national stage with 16 NCAA qualifiers representing Virginia Tech in both singles and doubles dating back to the first qualifier, Jack Burrows in 1969. The list also boasts six multi-year qualifiers, including the most recent back-to-back qualifier Luka Somen in 2011 and 2012.

Wimbledon win

New assistant coach Stephen Huss (far right) competed on the international stage for 11 years. In 2005 he claimed the Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Doubles title as a qualifier, becoming the first to win the Wimbledon title after qualifying into the tournament. He and teammate Wesley Moodie defeated five seeded teams en route to the title.

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An extensive athletics complex

The Virginia Tech athletics department has enjoyed unprecedented success since joining the Atlantic Coast Conference, living up to the three simple goals within its own mission statement: To strive for excellence in academics, to strive for excellence in competition, and to strive for excellence in the personal development of student-athletes as productive members of society.

Building the total athlete

At Virginia Tech, student-athletes don't just play sports. Hokies have the advantages of top-notch services to prepare them for action on the field and for life after graduation.

A university that prepares scholars to be leaders

Dedicated to its motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), Virginia Tech takes a hands-on, engaging approach to education.

Virginia Tech quickfacts

ACC National Championships

(Pictured: Dave Dietter, Director of Strength and Conditioning for Basketball)

One of the main support centers of Tech men’s basketball is the strength and conditioning program. The men’s basketball team trains in the 4,000-square foot strength and conditioning center in the Hahn Hurst Basketball Practice Center. This dedicated weight room facility features free-weight equipment, a full line of Hammer Strength equipment, and four platforms. With this facility, Hokie basketball players do not need to split time between different weight rooms; everything needed to build a winner is under one roof.

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National Champions

(Pictured: Dave Dietter, Director of Strength and Conditioning for Basketball)

One of the main support centers of Tech men’s basketball is the strength and conditioning program. The men’s basketball team trains in the 4,000-square foot strength and conditioning center in the Hahn Hurst Basketball Practice Center. This dedicated weight room facility features free-weight equipment, a full line of Hammer Strength equipment, and four platforms. With this facility, Hokie basketball players do not need to split time between different weight rooms; everything needed to build a winner is under one roof.

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All-Americans

(Pictured: Dave Dietter, Director of Strength and Conditioning for Basketball)

One of the main support centers of Tech men’s basketball is the strength and conditioning program. The men’s basketball team trains in the 4,000-square foot strength and conditioning center in the Hahn Hurst Basketball Practice Center. This dedicated weight room facility features free-weight equipment, a full line of Hammer Strength equipment, and four platforms. With this facility, Hokie basketball players do not need to split time between different weight rooms; everything needed to build a winner is under one roof.

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