Tech will begin its next slate when the women host both George Washington and Ohio on Oct. 1 to begin its fall campaign. Three weeks later, the brown and orange face an ACC opponent when the Hokies travel to Durham, North Carolina to face the Duke Blue Devils.
The following weekend, head coach Lopez Miro’s team returns home again. This time hosting Ohio State in a two-day event, with the meet taking place October 28-29.
After a three-week layover, Tech will once again see the Buckeyes at the Ohio State Invite in Columbus, Ohio. A three-day invitational, the Hokies will take part in the November 17-19 event which consists of a host of other schools.
Tech then continues his adventure on the road, traveling to the US Open in Greensboro, North Carolina from November 30-December 3, Queens on January 7, Virginia on January 14 and Penn State on January 21. . The date with the Cavaliers will count in the annual Smithfield Commonwealth Clash.
The Hokies head home one last time for the three-day Virginia Tech Invitational Feb. 3-5 before hitting the road to the ACC Men’s and Women’s Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center Feb. 14-18.
The NCAA Area A Diving Championships will be held in Morgantown, WV, March 6-8, the NCAA Women’s Championships will be held in Tennessee March 15-18, and the NCAA Men’s Championships will be held March 22 to March 22. 25 in Minnesota.
Virginia Tech is looking to build on the momentum of the 2021-22 campaign in which the men’s program tied its best NCAA championship result, 11th overall, while scoring the most points in program history, 143. The women’s team set three school records in the ACC championship and Tech as a whole is returned to Blacksburg with 14 medals.