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    1. Virginia and Virginia Tech received at-large bids to the NCAA men’s tennis championships Tuesday, with the defending champion Cavaliers reaping the No. 1 overall seed in the 64-team field.

    2. DAVE KNACHEL | Virginia Tech

      Martinsville BulletinMay 02 10:07 AM

      Virginia Tech is retooling its donation requirements for the first time in 20 years to keep up with the rising costs of scholarships.

    3. Coming off of a dramatic comeback win over Liberty last Tuesday, the Virginia Tech baseball team looked to keep the momentum as it headed north. Boston College, which has struggled this year, played host to a three-game series this past weekend. The Hokies got off to a quick start but couldn’t sustain it.

    4. The Virginia softball team ended its regular season on a sour note, dropping three-straight games to in-state rival Virginia Tech in the Commonwealth Clash.

    5. With more than 240 undergraduate and graduate degrees to choose from at Virginia Tech, Travis Whaley, a fifth-year senior from Cary, North Carolina, chose to customize his educational experience in a way that sets him apart from many of his fellow Hokies.

    6. Regionals: Cavaliers, Hokies receive NCAA bids

      Martinsville BulletinMay 04 08:52 PM

      Virginia’s Ryan Shane, Collin Altamirano and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Virginia Tech’s Joao Monteiro have received at-large bids to the NCAA men’s singles championships.

    7. It's never too early to look at what's to come. Over the next few weeks, we will give you a peek at what is ahead for teams in the Power 5 conferences and some other teams expected to be players on the national scene. Next up: Virginia Tech Hokies.

    8. Duke and Virginia Tech split a doubleheader Saturday afternoon at English Field at Union Park.

    9. Tech pitchers struggle with control against Duke

      Collegiate TimesApr 25 06:20 PM

      Virginia Tech baseball has not won a series since early March when they beat Quinnipiac three out of four times. This past weekend was the Hokies' chance to end that streak. Tech was scheduled to play Duke on Friday night in Pulaski, Virginia, but the game was rained out. Instead, the Hokies played host to a doubleheader on Saturday and the last game on Sunday. Duke was 7-11 in ACC play, which ...

    10. Virginia Tech wraps up spring practice Saturday. Because of depth and injury issues, the Hokies will play a controlled scrimmage between offense and defense, with limited special-teams situations. Here are three keys to watch: 1. Quarterbacks. No

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