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2007-08 Virginia Tech Hokies men's basketball team

 

2007-08 Virginia Tech Hokies men's basketball team

2007–08
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal
2007–08 record 21–14 (9–7 ACC)
Head coach Seth Greenberg
Assistant coach James Johnson
Assistant coach Ryan Odom
Assistant coach Stacey Palimore
Home arena Cassell Coliseum

The 2007–08 Virginia Tech Hokies men's basketball team is an NCAA Division I college basketball team competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Hokies lost five seniors off of their 2006–07 season team, which finished as the third place team in the conference.

Roster

No. Position Year Player
0 United States F Fr Jeff Allen
1 United States F Fr Terrell Bell
3 United States G Fr Tom Amalfe
5 United States G Sr Marcus Travis
10 United States G Fr Hank Thorns
13 United States F/G Sr Deron Washington
15 United States F RS-So Terrance Vinson
No. Position Year Player
21 United States F So Lewis Witcher
23 United States G Fr Malcolm Delaney
32 United States G So Paul Debnam
33 United States F Sr J. T. Thompson
34 Mali F Jr Cheick Diakite
40 Puerto Rico F/G Jr A. D. Vassallo
Starters are indicated in bold

Schedule and results

Date Opponent Location Result Overall Conf.
Regular Season
November 9, 2007 Elon Blacksburg, VA W 69–64 1–0 0–0
November 22, 2007 Eastern Washington1 Anchorage, AK W 69–52 2–0 0–0
November 23, 2007 #22 Butler1 Anchorage, AK L 78–84 (OT) 2–1 0–0
November 24, 2007 #14 Gonzaga1 Anchorage, AK L 64–82 2–2 0–0
November 28, 2007 Penn State2 University Park, PA L 61–66 2–3 0–0
December 1, 2007 UNC Asheville Blacksburg, VA W 65–51 3–3 0–0
December 4, 2007 UNC Greensboro Blacksburg, VA W 67–39 4–3 0–0
December 9, 2007 George Washington Blacksburg, VA W 68–36 5–3 0–0
December 16, 2007 Old Dominion Norfolk, VA L 69–72 5–4 0–0
December 19, 2007 Liberty Blacksburg, VA W 58–46 6–4 0–0
December 23, 2007 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, NC L 75–77 6–5 0–1
December 28, 2007 Hofstra3 Madison Square Garden, NY W 84–59 7–5 0–1
December 29, 2007 St. John's3 Madison Square Garden, NY W 54–48 8–5 0–1
January 3, 2008 Richmond Richmond, VA L 49–52 8–6 0–1
January 7, 2008 Charleston Southern Blacksburg, VA W 79–49 9–6 0–1
January 12, 2008 Maryland Blacksburg, VA W 67–66 10–6 1–1
January 16, 2008 Virginia Charlottesville, VA W 70–69 OT 11–6 2–1
January 19, 2008 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA L 70–81 11–7 2–2
January 24, 2008 #4 Duke Blacksburg, VA L 64–81 11–8 2–3
January 26, 2008 Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA W 81–73 OT 12–8 3–3
January 29, 2008 Florida State Blacksburg, VA W 89–80 13–8 4–3
February 2, 2008 Virginia Blacksburg, VA W 72–65 OT 14–8 5–3
February 5, 2008 NC State Raleigh, NC L 63–73 14–9 5–4
February 9, 2008 Miami Blacksburg, VA L 71–74 14–10 5–5
February 16, 2008 #5 North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC L 53–92 14–11 5–6
February 20, 2008 Maryland College Park, MD W 69–65 15–11 6–6
February 23, 2008 Georgia Tech Blacksburg, VA W 92–84 16–11 7–6
February 26, 2008 Boston College Blacksburg, VA W 67–48 17–11 8–6
March 4, 2008 Wake Forest Blacksburg, VA W 80–58 18–11 9–6
March 9, 2007 #24 Clemson Clemson, SC L 69–70 18–12 9–7
ACC Tournament
March 14, 2008 Miami Charlotte, NC W 63–49 19–12
March 15, 2008 #1 North Carolina Charlotte, NC L 66–68 19–13
NIT Tournament
March 19, 2008 Morgan State Blacksburg, VA W 94–62 20–13
March 24, 2008 UAB Blacksburg, VA W 75–49 21–13
March 26, 2008 Ole Miss Blacksburg, VA L 72–81 21–14
*Conference games in bold. 1Great Alaska Shootout, 2ACC–Big Ten Challenge, 3ECAC Holiday Festival, rankings from the AP Poll at the time of the game

Coaching staff

Position Name First year at VT
Head Coach Seth Greenberg 2003
Assistant Coach James Johnson 2007
Assistant Coach Ryan Odom 2003
Assistant Coach Stacey Palmore 2004
Source: http://www.hokiesports.com/mbasketball/players/
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