Tech to close the home regular season with BC – Virginia Tech Athletics

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech women’s soccer team aims to win the playoffs on Sunday, Oct. 24 with a five-goal win over Miami as they host Tech Boston College at Thompson Field at 12 p.m. Sunday’s Hokies and Eagles match will be broadcast live on ACC Regional Sports Network affiliates.

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Postpart push With two days left in the ACC match, Virginia Tech is just eighth in the league table – four points behind the sixth and final qualifiers for the conference. Hockey has been actively pursuing their third ACCA tourism destination in the last four seasons and is preparing for a deep NCAA tournament. Earlier in the week, Tech was ranked No. 31 in the NCAA Women’s Soccer RPI and could not be split again in each of the top 25 public opinion polls. United football coaches. After a 5-0 win over Miami on Thursday, the Hockeys held at least a .500 record for the 2021 season – the program’s 10th campaign under Chueger Adir 11.

Chasing History High average Emily Gray She continues to write her own history of Virginia Tech. With 74 points in her name, veteran player Kelly Conheney (75) is one point away from second on the program’s all-time leading scorer in Sunday’s game. Gray is also ranked sixth in Tech’s all-time list (26) and third among Tech Assistants (22). On the night of Miami (October 21), the fourth-year striker regained ACC goals and led by 11 and 28 points.

The end of the road Sunday marks the final regular home game of the season for six Virginia Tech seniors. Emily Gray, Carly Johnson, Nicole Kozlova, Emmale MacArthur, SA Phillips And Emma Stigerwald. This time, hockey is a 6-1-1 game against the faithful of Thomson Field.

Virginia Tech concludes its regular season schedule on Thursday, October 28, when the Hokies visit Syracuse 7 p.m. If Tech qualifies for the 2021 ACC tournament, hockey will play in the League quarter-finals on Sunday, October 31.

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