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|TSL Extra #19|
TSL Extra #19
It's being hailed as one of our best issues ever, and we have to agree. This month's TSL Extra is jammed with recruiting articles:
We've also got some more thoughts on spring football, we name our TSLX Defensive Player of the Year (hint: see the cover photo), Jim Alderson shares his definition of "the next level," and Wayne Crump follows up last month's article about the future of Division 1-A football with an update.
If you're not a TSL Extra subscriber, now is the time! You can start off with this month's great issue, and then spend the rest of the summer plowing your way through all 18 back issues! And when next football season gets here, you'll be paid up and ready to roll.
A TSL Extra subscription is $24.95 a year and comes with a 10% discount on all TechLocker.com purchases, plus access to every back issue of the TSLX -- including this month's issue, that's hundreds and hundreds of pages of Hokie-related reading!
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|Tech Sports News|
Football Recruiting: The TSL Extra Top 40
In the latest issue of the TSL Extra, we released our first-ever top 40 rankings of the in-state prospects for 2003. Here are the rankings:
The TSL Extra's Ranking of the Top 40 Players in Virginia
For more information, including what schools the recruits are considering and some commentary on who leads for some of the recruits listed in the top 40, please see the latest TSL Extra.
Hokie Baseball Wins First Game in Big East Tournament
The 2nd-seeded Hokie baseball team started off the four-team Big East Baseball Tournament with a win Thursday, downing 3rd-seeded Boston College, 2-1. Tech's outstanding pitcher, Joe Saunders, who is expected to be a first-round pick in next month's baseball draft, went the distance for the win.
The 9-2 Saunders struck out 10, walked four, and outdueled Big East Pitcher and Rookie of the Year Chris Lambert. Saunders got a game-winning solo home run from senior third baseman Joe West in the eighth inning that broke a 1-1 tie.
The Hokies move on to the second round today, where they'll face top-seeded Notre Dame at 3:30. Both Tech and Notre Dame were 18-8 in the Big East during the regular season, but ND got the tournament's top seed because they held a 2-0 advantage over the Hokies, winning 4-2 and 2-1 in South Bend in April.
The tournament is double-elimination, so even if the Hokies lose, they'll still be alive. You can follow the game in progress with live stats on the Big East's official web site on their baseball championship page.
Golfers Headed to NCAA's
The Tech golf team finished in a tie for 8th place at the 27-team NCAA Central Regional Golf Tournament in Little Rock, Arkansas last week, and in so doing, qualified for the NCAA Championships.
The 4th-seeded Hokies were led by Brendan De Jonge, who shot a final round even-par 72 to finish in a tie for ninth place at one-under-par 215. De Jonge played the tournament with a broken rib suffered over two weeks ago.
The Hokies move on to the 30-team NCAA Golf Championship at the OSU Scarlet
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