Hokies Events: April 13-15


Spring Game
April 14 | Maroon vs White
Hokie Village: Noon
Kickoff: 3:30pm

Saturday is the 2018 Spring Game at Virginia Tech as the Hokies host an intra-squad scrimmage at Lane Stadium. Here's a quick rundown of information for fans to answer the most frequently asked questions leading up to the game: Fanguide: vthoki.es/FanGuide. [Full Preview]

April 13 | 6pm - #21 Louisville
April 14 | 1pm - #21 Louisville
April 14 | 7pm - #21 Louisville (Grand Opening of English Field at Union Bank Park)
ACC Network Extra- WatchESPN app
Radio: 100.7 FM
Live Audio/Stats: Hokiesports.com

Virginia Tech (15-17, 6-9 ACC) begins a three-game home series with the 21st-ranked Louisville Cardinals (21-11, 6-9 ACC). Tech has a 45-15 record all-time versus the Cardinals and this is the first matchup of the season. [Full Preview]

Men’s Tennis
April 15 | Noon VCU
Live Scoring: HokieSports.com

No. 40 Virginia Tech (14-6, 5-5 ACC) continue its five-match home stand this weekend, hosting VCU on Sunday. The Hokies are winners of four-straight matches after defeating No. 12 Florida State, 4-3, and No. 43 Miami, 7-0.


Women’s Tennis
April 13 | 2pm Florida State
April 15 | 11am Miami

The Virginia Tech women’s tennis team (12-7, 3-7 ACC) hits the road to Tallahassee, Florida with a matchup against No. 18 Florida State. The contest is set for Friday, April 13th at 2 p.m. from Scott Speicher Tennis Center. Tech will then face No. 16 Miami on Sunday, April 15th at 11 a.m. from the Neil Schiff Tennis Center in Coral Gables, Florida. The last time out, the Hokies fell to No. 20 Virginia 6-1 last Saturday in the Commonwealth Clash. [Full Preview]

Lacrosse (Chestnut Hill, Mass.)
April 14 | Noon #2 Boston College
ACC Network Extra - WatchESPN

Virginia Tech (11-4, 4-1 ACC) is up to 13th in the standings this week after defeating Syracuse 15-14 in 2OT at the home last weekend. Senior Tristan McGinley took a feed from Julia Bolte and gathered herself to score the game winner 31 seconds into the second overtime period, vaulting Tech to 4-1 in the ACC standings with two regular season contests remaining. The win was the Hokies’ first over Syracuse in 10 tries and extends the program record to four league wins in a single campaign, as they match the program mark for wins in a season at 11. [Full Preview]

Softball (Charlottesville, Va.)
April 13 | 6 p.m. – Virginia
April 14 | 1 p.m – Virginia
April 15 | Noon – Virginia
Live Stats: hokiesports.com

The Hokies (16-24, 2-12 ACC) split their two games this week against Liberty and Radford. Senior Caroline Schoenewald delivered the game-winning RBI double in extra innings as Tech topped Liberty, 1-0, at Tech Softball Park on Tuesday night. Tech fell to Radford 4-3 on Wednesday. Tech begins its commonwealth clash series with Virginia this weekend in Charlottesville, starting Friday at 6 p.m. The Hokies are 37-22 all time against the Cavaliers. [Full Preview]

Track & Field
April 12-14 | All Day
Tennessee Relays (Knoxville, Tenn.)

The Hokies are traveling to just one meet this weekend, making the trek west to Knoxville, Tennessee. Tech will compete at the Tennessee Relays against numerous teams ranked inside the USTFCCCA Top 25. The Hokies are coming off three first-place finishes at the VertKlasse Meeting last weekend, as seniors Ama-Selina Tchume and Shanell Bur won event titles in the sprints. [Full Preview]

Men's Golf
April 13-15 | All Day
Stitch Intercollegiate at Macgregor Downs C.C. (Cary, N.C.)

The Virginia Tech men’s golf team heads to Cary, North Carolina for the Stitch Intercollegiate at Macgregor Downs C.C, after posting a three-round total of 11-over 875 and finished in 14th place at the 3M Augusta Invitational on Sunday. The two-day event was played at the par 72, 7,005-yard Forest Hills Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Tech shot a 300 in the Saturday morning round, but improved to a 2-under 286 in the afternoon round. The Hokies shot a 1-over 289 in Sunday’s final round. [Full Preview]

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