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Team: Virginia Tech Hokies
Home Games: Cassell Coliseum
Head Coach: Kenny Brooks
Rivals: University of Virginia, Florida State
Virginia Tech Hokies Women's Basketball TicketsThe women's basketball team at Virginia Tech University in scenic Blacksburg, Virginia, lights up the scoreboard each time they take the floor in Cassell Coliseum. Representing the university in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Coast Conference, the team offers a wealth of talent, including star guard Taylor Emery. Emery is a two-time All-ACC selection who made first team in 2019 and second team in 2018. Emery also made the All-ACC Academic Team twice and the All-ACC Tournament Team twice. The Hokies' 2019-2020 season is in full swing with the dynamic performances of other talented players like Taja Cole, Aisha Sheppard and Trinity Baptiste. With thrilling victories and exciting offensive and defensive action, the Lady Hokies are one of the toughest women's basketball teams in all of Division I. Show your team spirit, and catch a game in person today by buying Virginia Tech Hokies women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Who is the head coach of the Hokies?The head coach of the Virginia Tech women's basketball program is Kenny Brooks, who became the team's seventh head coach on March 28, 2016. The 2019-2020 campaign marks Brooks' fourth season with the Hokies. Under Brooks' leadership, the Lady Hokies have achieved three consecutive 20-win seasons with a trip to the WNIT at the end of each season. In 2018, the team made it to the WNIT championship game. Brooks led his team to 15 straight wins at the start of the 2016-2017 season, the Hokies' best start to a season in 18 years. The Lady Hokies that year made it to No. 15 in the AP Poll. Brooks won his 400th career game in 2019 against Wake Forest in Greensboro; the Lady Hokies beat the Demon Deacons 85-63 at the ACC Tournament.
What are the top games this year for the Virginia Tech Hokies?The Lady Hokies have some exciting games scheduled during the 2019-2020 season. They will play against Wake Forest and Notre Dame as away games and Georgia Tech and UVA at home in Blacksburg. Games against Duke and Louisville finish out the Hokies' season before the ACC Tournament starts.
What was the Hokies' record last season?In the 2018-2019 season, the Lady Hokies had a 22-12 overall record. The team had wins over schools like Chattanooga, Monmouth, Villanova and Richmond. They were 13-5 for home games and 4-6 for away games that season, including losses to Miami and UVA.
How big is Cassell Coliseum?Cassell Coliseum, named for 1932 alumnus Stuart Kent Cassell, is a 229,297 square-foot facility. Inside is a 10,052-seat basketball arena, two auxiliary gymnasiums, locker rooms, offices and other athletic facilities. Construction on the central portion of the coliseum began in 1961. It wasn't completed until 1964 even though it began to be used in 1962. There were additions added in 1984 and 1998. Aside from athletic games, the venue has also been used for commencement exercises, concerts, presidential inaugurations, speeches, tournaments and more. The roof is supported by laminated wood arches. While big capacity crowds aren't unusual at Cassell Coliseum, the biggest ever crowd was 11,500 for Purdue on December 3rd, 1966.
Where can I get tickets to a Virginia Tech Hokies women's basketball game?Fans of women's collegiate basketball can get tickets at StubHub to see the Virginia Tech Hokies and other teams. StubHub is the world's largest ticket marketplace for a broad range of events. Buyers get a convenient, easy and secure way to buy tickets at home on their computer or on their mobile devices on the go.
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