Taylor Soule provided a big second half spark for the Hokies.
The Hokies center becomes the third-straight two-time winner of the ACC Player of the Year award.
The Hokies, who have won eight straight games, won 14 games in the ACC for the first time.
The Cavaliers put up a triumphant effort in front of a crowd of more than 6,000 inside John Paul Jones Arena.
The Hokies win their 20th game of the season.
The Cavaliers snap a seven-game losing streak.
The Virginia Tech women’s basketball team fought back from a 58-57 deficit after the third quarter to defeat the Louisville Cardinals 81-79 at home Thursday.
The Cavaliers move to 3-0 and earn their earliest ACC win ever in program history.
The Hokies are coming off a record-setting season on their way to earning an NCAA Women's Tournament bid.
The junior center is the first Virginia Tech women's basketball player to be named ACC Player of the Year and the first to earn consecutive First Team All-ACC accolades.
Virginia Tech earns no. 5 seed while Virginia will enter as no. 14 seed.
The Hokies overcame an early 12 point deficit to tie the game late in the fourth quarter at 66.
The Hokies crushed the Orange to the tune of a 102-53 win.
The Hokies earned their eleventh ACC win of the season, a program first.
The Hokies led by as many as 22 on their way to the 10 point victory.
Aisha Sheppard and Azana Baines combined for 43 points in the Hokies
The Hokies rattled off a late 11-0 run to pull within two points of the lead in the fourth quarter.
Hokies guard Aisha Sheppard was carried off with eight minutes remaining in the game with an apparent leg or knee injury.
The ACC Women’s basketball schedule welcomed some mid-week changes with the postponement of three games originally slated for Thursday evening:
Virginia Tech toppled 15th ranked Duke to remain perfect in ACC play