Virginia Tech Releases ‘Miracle on Dirt’ Documentary

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Virginia Tech softball Miracle on Dirt
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Virginia Tech softball’s win over Team USA in 2008 has often been referred to as the “Miracle on Dirt.” Tech pitcher threw a no-hitter against the USA national team, shocking the softball world.

HokieVision, a division of Virginia Tech Athletics, put together a short documentary on the game, entitled “Miracle on Dirt”.

 

HokieVision will also be publishing “Miracle in Morgantown” on May 15, depicting Virginia Tech’s come from behind win against West Virginia in the 1999 season. The Hokies open their 2017 season vs. West Virginia at FedEx Field on Sept. 3.

If HokieVision continues to produce these types of documentaries, there are loads of possibilities that could turn into interesting stories.
 

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  1. Saw her pitch twice. One was a no hitter over FSU. If we had a little more offense behind her, we would of won the national championship. Great Hokie.

  2. Loved it. Only complaint is I would have loved if they could have got interviews/comments with some of the Team USA players and coaches.

  3. still amazing! little ol’ VT.

    thanks to all the 2008 Lady Hokies:

    12 Caroline Stolle OF 5-5 Sr. R-R 3L Chester, Va. L.C. Bird
    11 Amber Walker C 5-9 So.-TR R-R TR Galax, Va. Galax/Roanoke College
    13 Elly Gosby P 5-7 r-Sr.-TR L-L JC Sydney, Australia Concord/Indian River C.C.
    10 Jess Hodge SS 5-11 Fr. R-R HS Vancouver, B.C., Canada Point Grey Secondary
    14 Beth Walker 3B/1B 5-7 Jr. R-R 2L Galax, Va. Galax
    9 Kelsey Hoffman C 5-6 Sr. R-R 3L Tequesta, Fla. W.T. Dwyer
    15 Jenna Rhodes OF 5-6 Jr. L-R 2L Broadway, Va. Broadway
    8 Jessica Everhart OF 5-7 Jr. R-R 2L Purcellville, Va. Loudoun Valley
    16 Kenzie Roark P 5-8 Fr. R-R HS Old Hickory, Tenn. Mt. Juliet
    7 Kim Jalm 1B/P 5-9 Jr.-TR R-R JC West Palm Beach, Fla. Jupiter/Indian River C.C
    17 Heather Lowry P 5-5 So. R-R 1L Riverdale, Ga. Jonesboro
    6 Dori Nunley 3B 5-6 r-So. R-R 2Y Wexford, Pa. North Allegheny
    18 Misty Hall C/SS 5-11 So.-TR R-R JC Dayton, Va. Turner Ashby/Louisburg College
    4 Whitney Davis OF 5-4 So. L-L 1L Tazewell, Va. Tazewell
    20 Anna Zitt SS/2B/OF 5-10 So. R-R 1L Virginia Beach, Va. Kellam
    3 Charisse Mariconda 3B 5-2 Jr. R-R 2L Hollywood, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas
    23 Stephanie Savre 1B 5-7 Sr. L-L 3L Simi Valley, Calif. Westlake
    2 Erin Ota 2B 5-2 Jr. L-R 2L Irvine, Calif. Northwood
    24 Morgan Harris C 5-6 r-So. R-R 2Y Lovingston, Va. Nelson County
    1 Angela Tincher P 5-7 Sr. R-R 3L Eagle Rock, Va. James River

    and coaches:
    Scot Thomas
    Al Brauns
    Tiffany McVay
    Alan Bayse

    all had their part in this memorable moment that all Hokies can continue to share.

    Go Hokies!

  4. Incredibly well done.
    A great sports story and a wonderful motivational story.
    HOKIE means FIRST CLASS.

  5. I love this idea. It can also turn into a good recruiting tool, reminding recruits that VT can certainly be very good in Softball.

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