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Hokies roll past ECU on Homecoming

Virginia Tech quarterback Jerod Evans accounted for four touchdowns and the Hokies made four big plays on special teams that led to 28 points in cruising past East Carolina 54-17 on Homecoming this past Saturday. The Hokies blocked a punt and a field goal and Greg Stroman returned a punt 87 yards for a touchdown to lead the way. Evans threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score, accounting for 379 yards of offense. Evans has thrown an ACC-best 13 touchdown passes, with only one interception this season. With the win, Tech moved to 3-1 on the season and now has an off week before taking on North Carolina in Chapel Hill for what will be the Hokies’ first true road test of the season. Tech has won nine of the past 12 meetings with the Tar Heels.


Tech athletes talk about summer mission trip to the Bahamas

A group of Virginia Tech athletes went on a mission trip to the Bahamas over the summer and helped out an impoverished community there. They played with the children and also helped build a classroom so that the local church could conduct Sunday morning classes. The group of athletes included Virginia Tech football players Andrew Motuapuaka and Yosuah Nijman and they discussed how the trip impacted them in this video.

After a long wait, Lee honored to be part of the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame

Ashley Lee played football at Virginia Tech more than 30 years ago, but he finally received the letter that he always wanted when he got notification this past spring that he was one of six people being inducted into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame. He joined other football standouts DeAngelo Hall and Kevin Jones, track star Spyridon Jullien, women’s hoops great Kerri Gardin and former athletics director Jim Weaver among those inducted. Lee still holds an NCAA record. In a game against Vanderbilt on Nov. 12, 1983, he intercepted two passes, returning one 88 yards and the other 93 yards – both for touchdowns – to establish the NCAA single-game mark for interception return yardage.
Lee took time to chat with radio color analyst Mike Burnop about this and more in this exclusive interview.


Former three-time national champion Queen Harrison returns home

Former Virginia Tech track and field standout Queen Harrison returned to campus for Homecoming and she met with the track and field teams the evening before the Hokies’ football game against East Carolina. The three-time national champion – the first Tech female to win a national championship – talked to them about setting goals and working hard toward accomplishing them. She also discussed her disappointment at not making the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team. To read more about Harrison, please click here.




Virginia Tech
Athlete of the Week

Joey Lane
(Men's Golf • Senior • Great Falls, Virginia)
Joey Lane, one of the leaders on the Tech men’s golf team, won his first collegiate event, taking home medalist honors at the Janney Invitational following a birdie on the sixth hole of a playoff. He shot 10-under-par for the tournament and lifted the Hokies to their first team title of the season.




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Hokies, Lane win big at Janney Invitational

Virginia Tech golfer Joey Lane recorded his first collegiate victory when the senior from Great Falls, Virginia shot 10-under-par and then won in a playoff, lifting the Hokies to the team title in the process at the Janney Invitational held in Richmond last week. Lane trailed by a stroke entering the final round, but shot a 67 to force the playoff. He then won with a birdie on the sixth playoff hole. The Hokies won with a tournament-record 28-under-par and have won the event in four of the past five years. For more on Lane’s emergence as a terrific golfer, please read here.

Hollandsworth with top-five finish at Lady Paladin Invitational

Amanda Hollandsworth shot 3-under-par and finished fourth at the Lady Paladin Invitational played last week in Greenville, South Carolina. The finish marked the best of her career and lifted the Hokies to an eighth-place finish in the team competition. The Hokies return to action next week at the Starmount Fall Classic played in Greensboro, North Carolina.


Tech volleyball team opens ACC play with a win

The Virginia Tech volleyball team again went 1-1 in home games over the weekend, falling to Georgia Tech 3-1, but sweeping Clemson 3-0 in the team’s first ACC game of the season. Senior Amanda McKinzie posted 10 kills and 14 digs, while Cara Cunningham returned from an injury to hit .455 in the win. The Hokies (6-7, 1-1 ACC) are now 5-2 at home this season and continue their homestand with games against Pittsburgh on Wednesday and Virginia on Friday.


Card stunt says it all

It was Homecoming at Virginia Tech Saturday, and in between the first and second quarters of the Hokies’ big win over ECU, card-holding fans in Lane Stadium spelled out “This Is Home.”