Located in Blacksburg, Virginia, the Virginia Tech Hokies are the collegiate athletic program that represents Virginia Tech. Virginia Tech’s intercollegiate program, which is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, has 10 men’s and nine women’s teams. Men’s teams include football, baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, and wrestling. Women’s teams include basketball, cross-country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. Virginia Tech engages in a fierce, in-state rivalry against Virginia. Each year, these two schools competing in various sporting events which is better known as the “Commonwealth Clash”. Virginia has dominated the all-time series record in every sport, except football, softball, and wrestling. Virginia won the most recent installment of the Commonwealth Clash, 11-7. This rivalry started in the late 1890s, but has risen to prominence over the last 20 years. While Virginia is its main rival, Virginia Tech also engages in some fierce battles against its ACC foes, namely North Carolina, Florida State, and Maryland.
While Virginia Tech is still seeking its national championship, its wrestling program has been one of the most successful programs. The wrestling program has won two straight ACC Championships and finished 8th overall in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Its baseball program has won six conference championships and made ten appearances in the NCAA tournament. Virginia Tech’s football program is its most well-known program. Since 2007, Virginia Tech has won three ACC Championship games. Virginia Tech has appeared in 28 bowl games, but owns a dismal 11-17 bowl record. Virginia Tech has won of its last three Bowl games, including a 33-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bearcats in the 2014 Military Bowl. Each year, Virginia Tech competes in two intense rivalry games against Virginia and West Virginia. The winner of the Virginia-Virginia Tech game wins the Commonwealth Cup while the winner of Virginia Tech-West Virginia wins the Black Diamond Trophy.
Virginia Tech’s official mascot is “Hokie Bird,” a turkey-like creature. Virginia Tech’s teams were originally known as the “Fighting Gobblers” and opted to keep the turkey-like motif despite the name change. Virginia Tech’s fight song, “Tech Triumph,” is played during every sporting event. The band plays the fight song after every touchdown. Virginia Tech’s team colors are Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange.
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6-4-15: The 2014-15 NCAA season was another wash for the Virginia Tech Hokies men's basketball team. The Hokies went just 11-22 and 2-16 in conference games last season, failing to reach the NCAA Tournament for the eighth consecutive year. The Hokies last played in the Big Dance in 2007, reaching the second round before falling to Southern Illinois. They'll look to regain composure in the upcoming season. The school is also mourning the loss of former head coach Bill Foster, who passed away last Wednesday after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease.
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