Aluma, No. 16 Virginia Tech pound Wake Forest 84-46
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Keve Aluma scored 23 points, Tyrece Radford had 15 and No. 16 Virginia Tech pounded Wake Forest 84-46. Virginia Tech recorded its largest margin of victory for an Atlantic Coast Conference game. The previous record for the Hokies was a 94-65 win over Wake Forest in 2011. Wake Forest has lost five straight games
Second-half run pushes Wake Forest past Virginia Tech women
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Elizabeth Kitley recorded here eighth double-double of the season (18 points and 21 rebounds) on Sunday afternoon. But the Demon Deacons fought back for the 67-64, another disappointing loss for the Hokies. Wake Forest was led by Gina Conti who scored 18 points and Ivana Raca and Christina Morra who each tallied 17 points. It was a 14-2 run in the second half that wiped away the Hokies’ 10 point lead. The Hokies are scheduled to be back at Cassell Coliseum on Thursday to host Notre Dame--their second meeting of the season with the Fighting Irish.
Radford helps No. 20 Virginia Tech beat Wake Forest 64-60
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Tyrece Radford scored 20 points to help No. 20 Virginia Tech hold off Wake Forest 64-60. Virginia Tech won despite committing 15 turnovers while having quiet days from top scorers Keve Aluma and Jalen Cone. I credit Oguama, and I credit the Demon Deacons,” said Virginia Tech head coach Mike Young. Ismael Massoud scored 12 points for Wake Forest, which was playing a fourth straight game against a ranked league opponent.