Georgia Tech is looking to keep the momentum going after taking a huge ACC Coastal Division series on the road at then-No. Virginia Tech. The Jackets looked perhaps as good as they’ve looked all season when they defeated the Hokies 11-4 on Sunday behind four multi-hit days and terrific pitching from Dalton Smith, Zach Maxwell and Marquis Grissom, Jr. • Tech is still No.
"We had a great time today," Johnson said about the visit he, his coach, and some teammates took to Georgia Tech on
Virginia Tech (27-7) on Saturday, falling 4-3 in game one despite scoring three runs to put the tying run on second in the bottom of the seventh and dropping 10-4 in game two at Tech Softball Park in Blacksburg, Va. Game One: Virginia Tech struck early, adding a pair of runs on an RBI double and a wild pitch in the bottom of the first. The Hokies inched further ahead in the third with a solo shot and slapped a sacrifice fly in the fourth to move ahead, 4-0.