Liz Kitley

N.C. State Wolfpack Women go to (26-3/17-1) on the season, as Elissa Cunane(Northern Guilford HS) scores 22 points for Pack, in Wolf Win over VA Tech/Liz Kitley(NWG) with 18 points for Hokies

N.C. State Women’s basketball top Virginia Tech Hokies to go (26-3/17-1) for the regular season…Elissa Cunane(Northern Guilford High School) led all scorers on the floor with 22 points, just one shy of a season high, for the senior Wolfpack women’s center. You have to think Elissa Cunane’s parents, Dan and Sharon Cunane were on hand N.C. State Wolfpack Women go to (26-3/17-1) on the season, as Elissa Cunane(Northern Guilford HS) scores 22 points for Pack, in Wolf Win over VA Tech/Liz Kitley(NWG) with 18 points for Hokies

Northwest Guilford High School’s Elizabeth Kitley(VA Tech) named ACC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the Fourth Time this season

Virginia Tech’s Kitley, Boston College’s Gakdeng Earn ACC WBB Weekly Honors from www.theacc.com GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Virginia Tech junior center Elizabeth Kitley has been named Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the fourth time this season, and Boston College center Maria Gakdeng earned her second consecutive ACC Freshman of the Northwest Guilford High School’s Elizabeth Kitley(VA Tech) named ACC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the Fourth Time this season

Liz Kitley’s(Northwest Guilford HS) 13 points and 18 rebounds led Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball past Wake Forest Demon Deacons

LJVM COLISEUM —Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) collected a double-double with 13 points and 18 rebounds to lead the Virginia Tech women’s basketball team over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 66-53 on the road Sunday. (Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS) with 5 points for the VA Tech Hokies.) The Hokies, (11-3, 3-0) are 3-0 in ACC play Liz Kitley’s(Northwest Guilford HS) 13 points and 18 rebounds led Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball past Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Career-high 29 points for Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS), as Virginia Tech women’s basketball moves past Pitt, 88-71, on Thursday night

**********It was a career-high 29 points for Cayla King, from Northwest Guilford High School, as the Virginia Tech Hokies women’s basketball team knocked off the Pittsburgh Panthers, in ACC Women’s action, 88-71, on Thursday evening, in Blacksburg, Virginia…Liz Kitley, also from Northwest Guilford High School, added 15 points for the Hokies, in their conference victory Career-high 29 points for Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS), as Virginia Tech women’s basketball moves past Pitt, 88-71, on Thursday night

VA Tech Women get 16 pts./12 rebounds from Liz Kitley(NWG) and 12 points/4 assists from Cayla King(NWG), as Hokies run past George Washington, 92-57

The Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball team got 16 points and 12 rebounds from Elizabeth Kitley, from Northwest Guilford High School and 12 points, plus 4 assists from Cayla King, also from Northwest Guilford High School, as the VA Tech Hokies ran past the Colonials, from George Washington University, 92-57, on Tuesday night, in Blacksburg, Virginia…. VA Tech Women get 16 pts./12 rebounds from Liz Kitley(NWG) and 12 points/4 assists from Cayla King(NWG), as Hokies run past George Washington, 92-57

Career-Day for Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS) as VA Tech Women top Liberty, 81-66:King with 15 pts. for Hokies and Liz Kitley(NWG) goes for 16 pts. for Tech/Nyah Stallings(Ragsdale HS) sees 10 minutes of action for Liberty

Career-Day for Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS) as the VA Tech Women topped Liberty University on Saturday, 81-66…..King with 15 points for the for Hokies and Elizabeth Kitley, also from Northwest Guilford High School got for 16 points for Tech…..Nyah Stallings(Ragsdale High School) saw 10 minutes of action for on the court, as a freshman, for Career-Day for Cayla King(Northwest Guilford HS) as VA Tech Women top Liberty, 81-66:King with 15 pts. for Hokies and Liz Kitley(NWG) goes for 16 pts. for Tech/Nyah Stallings(Ragsdale HS) sees 10 minutes of action for Liberty

Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King both from Northwest Guilford HS and both with starting roles, as VA Tech Women’s Basketball tops Richmond Spiders, 85-64:Kitley with 15 pts/Career-high 17 rebounds and King adds 11 points for Hokies

Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King are both from Northwest Guilford HS, and both have starting roles for the Virginia Tech women’s basketball team, and the VA Tech Women’s Basketball team just topped the Richmond Spiders, 85-64….. Liz Kitley with 15 points and a career-high 17 rebounds, plus Cayla King added 11 points, for the Virginia Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King both from Northwest Guilford HS and both with starting roles, as VA Tech Women’s Basketball tops Richmond Spiders, 85-64:Kitley with 15 pts/Career-high 17 rebounds and King adds 11 points for Hokies

Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) named ACC Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – For the third consecutive season, the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year hails from Louisville, as junior guard Dana Evans secured this season’s honor from the league’s Blue Ribbon Panel and the ACC’s 15 head coaches. Virginia Tech’s Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) was tabbed the ACC Rookie Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) named ACC Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year

Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) notches her second consecutive ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week Award

**********Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) notches her second consecutive ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week Award…This is the third time Liz Kitley has received this honor, this season.********** from www.hokiesports.com:CLICK HERE for the Elizabeth Kitley photo….. GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Boston College sophomore forward Taylor Soule has been named Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) notches her second consecutive ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week Award

“Big Kit” was giving Wake Forest a fit, as Liz Kitley leads VA Tech women into Winston and they walk away 73-62 Winners:Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) with 21 points/14 rebounds for VA Tech Hokies

Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) with 21 points/14 rebounds for the Virginia Tech Hokies’ women’s basketball team on Sunday, as the VA Tech women came into Winston-Salem and into the LJVM Coliseum, and then the Hokies walked away from Winston, 73-62 winnners…”Big Kit” took down the school her dad Ralph Kitley played for back in his “Big Kit” was giving Wake Forest a fit, as Liz Kitley leads VA Tech women into Winston and they walk away 73-62 Winners:Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) with 21 points/14 rebounds for VA Tech Hokies

Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball tops Miami and now faces N.C. State next, on Thursday night, in Blacksburg:NWG girls Liz Kitley and Cayla King still helping the Hokies

Super Sunday:Tech moves to 6-4 in ACC with rout of Miami Liz Kitley, from Northwest Guilford High School, with 8 points and 6 rebounds for VA Tech Hokies…Liz got into some foul trouble on Sunday and fouled out of this game, only seeing 17 minutes of action for the Hokies…Another Northwest Guilford-grad, Cayla King, had Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball tops Miami and now faces N.C. State next, on Thursday night, in Blacksburg:NWG girls Liz Kitley and Cayla King still helping the Hokies

Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King, from Northwest Guilford High School, help Hokies move past Clemson, 71-50:Kitley with KO performance highlighted by career-high five blocks

from Virginia Tech Atheltics Website/www.hokiesports.com: Virginia Tech WBB pushes past Clemson for 71-50 victory Sunday afternoon Hokies are 5-3 in ACC for first time, head to Syracuse next *****Freshman Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) had nine points and eight boards/rebounds and a career-high five blocks on the defensive end. Cayla King, another Virginia Tech freshman Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King, from Northwest Guilford High School, help Hokies move past Clemson, 71-50:Kitley with KO performance highlighted by career-high five blocks

Elissa Cunane(Northern Guilford HS) leads N.C. State Wolfpack women past Virginia Tech:Cunane with 28 pts./9 rebounds for Pack/Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) has 11 pts. for VA Tech

#9 Wolfpack Moves to 13-0 with Gutsy Win Over Hokies RALEIGH – The ninth-ranked NC State women’s basketball team (13-0, 2-0 ACC) overcame an early double-digit deficit to remain perfect on the season as it defeated visiting Virginia Tech 76-69 Thursday evening on Kay Yow Court inside Valvano Arena at Reynolds Coliseum….Virginia Tech now at Elissa Cunane(Northern Guilford HS) leads N.C. State Wolfpack women past Virginia Tech:Cunane with 28 pts./9 rebounds for Pack/Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) has 11 pts. for VA Tech

The Florida State Seminoles(13-0) run past the Virginia Tech Hokies in women’s basketball 86-62:Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) does her part for Hokies with 14 points

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Fourteen points on 7 of 12 shooting from freshman Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) was not enough Sunday as the Virginia Tech women’s basketball team fell at No. 8 FSU 86-62. The loss is Tech’s second of the season and moves the program’s record to 10-2 (0-1). Liz Kitley had 5 rebounds The Florida State Seminoles(13-0) run past the Virginia Tech Hokies in women’s basketball 86-62:Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) does her part for Hokies with 14 points

Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball falls for the first time this season, as Georgia Bulldogs take down Hokies, 77-72, back on Saturday:Liz Kitley(NWG) with 8 pts./9 rebounds for VA Tech

Dara Mabrey knocked down six 3-pointers and Virginia Tech made a late push, but ultimately were could not overcome Georgia, falling 77-72 in the second game of the Daytona Beach Invitational Saturday afternoon. The loss was Tech’s first of the season moving the Hokies’ record to 6-1, while Georgia advanced to 6-2 with its second Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball falls for the first time this season, as Georgia Bulldogs take down Hokies, 77-72, back on Saturday:Liz Kitley(NWG) with 8 pts./9 rebounds for VA Tech

Virginia Tech Hokie Women’s Basketball Captures 43-point win over Maryland Eastern Shore:Liz Kitley(NWG) with 10 pts./9 rebounds and Cayla King(NWG) 8 pts./4 rebounds help Hokies roll

BLACKSBURG – Balanced scoring from all positions and an unselfish effort with 22 assists helped the Virginia Tech women’s basketball team to an 86-43 victory over Maryland Eastern Shore Tuesday night on Carilion Clinic Court at Cassell Coliseum. The win moves Tech to 4-0, the fourth consecutive season that the Hokies have reached that mark. Virginia Tech Hokie Women’s Basketball Captures 43-point win over Maryland Eastern Shore:Liz Kitley(NWG) with 10 pts./9 rebounds and Cayla King(NWG) 8 pts./4 rebounds help Hokies roll

Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) named ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Freshman center Elizabeth Kitley(Northwest Guilford High School) has been named the ACC Freshman of the Week after averaging 17.5 points as the Hokies started the season with victories over Saint Francis and George Mason. Kitley wasted no time imprinting her name into the record books, as she scored 27 points in the Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) named ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week

Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) scores 27 points in 21 minutes in College Debut:Virginia Tech over St. Francis(PA) 105-41

Women’s Basketball Final from Blacksburg, Virginia: (Cassell Coliseum) Virginia Tech 105, St. Francis(PA) 41 Freshman Elizabeth/Liz Kitley from Northwest Guilford High School, with 27 points in 21 minutes, in a starting role, for the Virginia Tech Hokies…Kitley 13-15 from the field and and 1-2 from the free throw line…That is some kind of collegiate debut Liz Kitley(Northwest Guilford HS) scores 27 points in 21 minutes in College Debut:Virginia Tech over St. Francis(PA) 105-41