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Virginia Tech baseball keeps winning

After last week's trip to Chicago, I'm back. So happy Monday. Let's get to the morning reading.

If you thought the only season worth noting in Blacksburg was the fall, you'd be wrong. Virginia Tech's baseball team, ranked No. 18 nationally, keeps winning, sweeping Boston College over the weekend.

Another spring sport in Blacksburg is lacrosse. That's right, the Hokies have a club team that plays in the Men's College Lacrosse Association, a collection of 213 club teams that has held national championships since 1997. Virginia Tech learns Monday if it gets a bid to a 16-team MCLA championship in Denver.

And finally, Michael Vick donated $1,000 to the Humane Society of Montgomery Country for his appearance in Blacksburg at Virginia Tech's spring football game on April 24. Aaron McFarling of the Roanoke Times did a great job (here and here) shedding light onto the financial arrangement Vick made to pay the Humane Society, which was, um, skimpy in comparison to what he seems to have pocketed.

By Mark Viera  |  May 3, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
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