No. 8 Virginia Tech women’s basketball defeats Louisville 75-67 for first ACC title

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Published: Mar. 5, 2023 at 3:09 PM EST
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GREENSBORO, N.C. (WDBJ) - The Hokies handled business in Greensboro on Sunday, defeating Louisville 75-67 for the first ACC title in program history.

Georgia Amoore was named the MVP after recording the most three-point shots made in an ACC Tournament with 14. She finished her Greensboro stay at 21.7 PPG, 43.5% shooting (48.3% from 3), 4.3 APG, 4.3 RPG.

Two-time ACC Player of the Year and Greensboro native, Liz Kitley, put up 20 points and hauled in five rebounds in Sunday’s ACC title game.

Taylor Soule added 13 points to round out the Hokie double-digit scorers.

The winningest coach in James Madison University history, Kenny Brooks, joined the Hokies in 2016. Since Brooks’ arrival, Virginia Tech has only posted winning seasons, and stamped numerous records when it comes to ACC win totals, ranked wins and athletes earning postseason accolades.