Virginia Tech will open fall action in Blacksburg on Friday, Oct. 13, when the Hokies welcome Georgetown to English Field at Atlantic Union Bank Park. Ballpark entry is free to any and all fans while seating will be general admission.
After opening fall ball against the Hoyas, Tech will travel to the Volunteer State to square off against Tennessee during a neutral-site exhibition game at Tusculum University (Greeneville, Tennessee). General admission tickets to the Hokie-Smokey Classic at Pioneer Park are available for $10 online at tusculumpioneers.com/tickets or by walk-up hours at the Tusculum Athletic Department in Ranklin Hall (Room 109) from Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Returning to campus that week, Virginia Tech will host its annual intrasquad Fall World Series from Friday, Oct. 27, to Sunday, Oct. 29, at English Field. Ballpark entry again will be free with open general admission seating to any and all fans.
Game times for Virginia Tech’s fall baseball schedule will be released at a later date. Fall exhibition games may vary in length and format from traditional nine-inning contests at the discretion of both coaching staffs.
Virginia Tech won 30-plus games for the second consecutive season this spring and enters the 2023-24 athletic year riding its best two-year overall winning percentage achieved during its ACC tenure (.670). The Hokies are two seasons removed from hosting both the 2022 NCAA Blacksburg Regional and Super Regional at English Field.
ON-CAMPUS PARKING UPDATE
Virginia Tech Parking Services operates metered parking in on-campus lots until 10 p.m. on weekdays, Monday through Friday. Visitors to Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg campus will need to pay to park on campus using one of three options:
- ParkMobile App (click here)
- Go online to purchase a daily parking permit
- Visit the Parking Services office at 505 Beamer Way between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. to purchase a daily permit
To learn more about campus parking, please click here. If anyone has questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (540) 231-3200.