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1. Hokies look to be on the offensive in 2013

Baseball :: Baseball Preview :: Marc Mullen :: Vol. 5 Iss. 7

The Tech baseball team features a lot of young pitchers and thus will rely on an offense that returns nearly everyone from a season ago Joe Mantiply returned to Tech for his senior season and will anchor a young pitching staff this spri…

2. Pitching a headline for Hokies entering season

Baseball :: Baseball Preview :: Marc Mullen :: Vol. 4 Iss. 7

A deep pitching staff combined with some pop in the lineup has the Hokies and head coach Pete Hughes looking for a return to postseason play Tech has a deep pitching staff, but will need continued production from Andrew Rash (20), who l…

3. With lots of new faces, Tech baseball squad hopes to continue last season's success

Baseball :: Baseball Preview :: Marc Mullen :: Vol. 3 Iss. 7

As a four-year starter, senior Michael Seaborn’s experience at second base and in the lineup will be a key strength for the 2011 Hokies. Changed. That is one word that describes Virginia Tech baseball, as well as the collegiate baseb…

4. Experienced and battle-tested Hokies begin 2010 with eyes on the postseason

Baseball :: Baseball Preview :: Matt Kovatch :: Vol. 2 Iss. 7

Justin Wright enters 2010 as the Hokies' No. 1 starter, having compiled an 11-2 record over his first two seasons. “I would be really disappointed if we didn’t make the national tournament.” Those are the words of Virginia Te…

5. After paying dues in 2008, young Hokies return in 2009 looking to reap the rewards

Baseball :: Baseball Preview :: Matt Kovatch :: Vol. 1 Iss. 7

Head coach Pete Hughes and his staff head into the 2009 baseball season a lot more confident in the Hokies’ abilities than at this point a year ago. Whereas last season’s roster possessed boatloads of talent but not much certainty, t…