Saturday Nights 88-82 win over Georgia Tech just about locks up the Hokies NCAA tournament bid.
It also gives Virginia Tech a bye in the first round of the ACC tournament.
The road victory also helped Tech to reach 23 wins, tied for second most in school history but for the Hokies star guard Malcolm Delaney the night also marked a number of significant milestones.
Delaney's 32 points pushed his average to just under 21 points per game this season.
He became the first Tech guard ever to finish as the ACC's leading scorer. He is currently fourteenth all-time on the Hokies scoring list having passed Bobby Beecher on Saturday with 1,556 points.
The Baltimore native also dished out nine assists against Georgia Tech pushing him past Zabian Dowdell for fifth all-time on the Hokies helper list.
Delaney now has 382 career assists and is less than twenty dimes away from catching Dell Curry in fourth place.