HokieVision Presents: Miracle on Dirt

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BLACKSBURG - HokieVision is proud to present their documentary film Miracle on Dirt, a behind the scenes look at the Virginia Tech softball team's 1-0 victory over the United States Olympic team on March 26, 2008. Miracle on Dirt can now be viewed in its entirety on HokieSports.com and the Virginia Tech Athletics YouTube page.

The film chronicles one of the most memorable upsets in the history of softball and one the greatest wins in the history of Virginia Tech athletics. Interviews in the film include current Tech softball assistant coach Angela Tincher O'Brien, who no-hit Team USA that night in Oklahoma City, head coach Scot Thomas, former associate head coach Al Brauns and Hokie great Kelsey Hoffman.

The Virginia Tech softball team returns to action today with a 4 p.m. doubleheader at Western Carolina. The Hokies will then face Radford tomorrow at 7 p.m. for the final home game of the season at Tech Softball Park. With partly cloudy skies and temperatures forecasted to be in the mid-70s at first pitch, it looks to be a perfect night for softball. Fans can also expect the following at TSP tomorrow night.

· Fan Appreciation Night
- Giveaways will be available throughout the night as we thank our loyal fans for the support all season long at Tech Softball Park.
- Items include t-shirts, hats, koozies and more!

· Final home game
- Last chance to see the Hokies live in Blacksburg!
- Blanket pick-up: eligible football student season ticket holders and Early Bird season ticket holders may pick-up their blankets at the game.
- Pick-up begins at 6 p.m.

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