A delayed start to spring practice won’t throw Georgia Tech’s Spring Game off track. The game is still scheduled to be played on Friday, April 23 at 6 p.m. ET in Bobby Dodd Stadium. This day of the week and time is like it is in many years, not convenient for those who drive to the game. Hopefully, it’ll be a light traffic day in Atlanta (lol). At least there will be fans in the stands, as announced yesterday by the GTAA. All season ticket holders will receive a ticket per season ticket held, and all Georgia Tech students will receive a ticket. If you can’t attend (or don’t want to), the game will be on the ACC Network. Attending Saturday morning open practices is also an option if you really want to see the Jackets before September.
After a successful series win against the Duke Blue Devils, the Georgia Tech Beesball team is right back at it with a series against the Virginia Cavaliers. Unlike many series so far this season, Tech and the Cavaliers will play from Thursday-Saturday. The Jackets are hosting the games in Atlanta, with the Cavaliers coming to town holding an 11-13 record. Tech must win the series here, and a sweep would be nice; losing to teams with losing records is not good for postseason seeding. Today’s game starts at 4 p.m. ET, Friday’s at 6 p.m. ET, and Saturday’s at 1 p.m. ET. All games will be televised on the ACCNX. Good luck, Jackets!
I don’t think we could have received any better news about the Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball team following their exit from the NCAA Tournament. Two star players from this season’s run, Lorela Cubaj and Kierra Fletcher, are coming back for a fifth season. This is absolutely huge, and with Lotta-Maj Lahtinen being a senior, the Jackets are setting themselves up for a big 2021-22. There will be very high expectations for this experienced Jacket team, even potentially a contender for the ACC Championship. Welcome back, Lorela and Kierra!
This is a crucial series, with second place in the ACC on the line. The Tech Volleyball team will face no. 22 Notre Dame later today (6 p.m. ET, ACCNX), with both teams currently tied for second in the ACC. If Tech takes care of business against the Fighting Irish, a win against Duke should lock up second place. The Jackets and the Blue Devils will begin at 2 p.m. ET on Saturday (ACCNX). Go, Jackets!
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Question of the Day: Will you be attending any of the open practices or the Spring Game?