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Own a piece of Hokies History! - Liz Kitley and Cayla King Game-Worn Uniforms for Sale

By Zachary Ozmon | May 08
Tech Sideline Liz and Cayla
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Elizabeth Kitley and Cayla King are two of the best to ever do it at Virginia Tech. They came to Virginia Tech together in 2019 from Northwest Guilford High School and helped propel Virginia Tech Women's Basketball to heights that many never could have dreamed was possible. 

As Liz and Cayla embark on the next chapter of their careers, we have partnered with them to provide Hokies fans with a unique opportunity to purchase a few of their game worn uniforms from their time Virginia Tech careers. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to each player. Please see below for the jerseys available and the directions for inquiries. 

Directions *Please Read*

The Jerseys below are to be updated as they are sold. Pricing for these jersey starts at $500 and will be shipped to you directly. If you are interested in purchasing one please send an email to with your budget, top 3 uniforms (if you have a preference), shipping address, and phone number. We will follow back up with you promptly to help secure your purchase. 

All orders are first come first serve. So once they are gone, they are gone! 

Cayla King

Jersey #3: White VT, 2019-2020 season, Freshman year, first Hokies jersey I ever wore.

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Jersey #4: White VT, 2020-2021 season, sophomore year, first acc game vs Pitt, scored 29 points, most by a player in a season opener.

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Jersey #5: White VT, 2020-2021 season, sophomore year, first round win vs Marquette in NCAA tournament.

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Born in Chesapeake and raised into a family of hokies, Virginia Tech is where I call home now. Attended New River Community College as a freshman and now a sophomore at VT as a transfer student in Fall 2022. Majoring in Sports Media and Analytics, I’m excited for what’s to come for me as a student at VT.

Virginia Tech sports has always been something I have been a fan of. From afternoons in Lane Stadium to nights in Cassell Coliseum, I have loved every second of it no matter the outcome.

One of my first memories of being a Tech fan was our upset win against Ohio State 35-21 where CB Donovan Riley had the game sealing pick-6. More recently, beating UNC in 6 overtimes, our run to the sweet 16, and of course winning the men’s basketball ACC Championship with upsets over UNC and Duke.

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