In this edition of Virginia Tech News, the Hokies offered an offensive lineman in the Class of 2025, two Virginia Tech women's basketball players make a mid-season list, and more.
Georgia Amoore & Liz Kitley named to Wooden watch list
Two members of the Virginia Tech women's basketball team were named to the midseason Top 25 list for the John R. Wooden Award this season and it should be a big surprise.
They are two of the top players at their position this season and both played a huge role the Hokies stunning fourth-quarter rally Sunday afternoon to knock off previously undefeated North Carolina State, 63-62. They combined for all 18 fourth quarter points scored by Virginia Tech and Amoore set the key screen with 2.1 seconds left for Kitley who caught an inbounds pass from Cayla King and banked home the game-winning shot.
Virginia Tech football offers 2026 offensive lineman
The Virginia Tech football team offered a scholarship to Adam Guthrie, an offensive lineman in the Class of 2026 from Ohio. He currently holds other offers from Kentucky, Penn State, Purdue, West Virginia, Miami (Ohio), South Florida, Toledo, and Campbell. Just a sophomore, expect him to make a visit by next fall at the latest to Blacksburg and on a game day.
Sean Pedulla has a first for the ACC this season vs. Clemson
In Virginia Tech's 87-72 ACC win over No. 21 Clemson Wednesday night, Hokies point guard Sean Pedulla scored a game and career-high 32 points and it was the highest-scoring game this season for an ACC player in a conference game.
Virginia Tech needed all of those points and Tyler Nickel came off the bench for Mike Young and added a career-high 24 points on five 3-pointers. The Hokies return to the court Saturday night at Cassell Coliseum against Miami, who is coming off a loss at home against Louisville.