In the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy, several sports figures and entities have paid tribute to those who were killed and injured in the shootings. Here's a sampling, beginning with the Virginia Tech women's softball team. We'll add more photos towards the front of this gallery as they become available. Send comments and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The University of Florida Gators draped the statues of Albert and Alberta with a memorial wreath.
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Ohio State honored Virginia Tech by wearing VT stickers on their helmets during the spring intrasquad scrimmage.
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The Louisville Bats' groundskeeper cut the Tech logo in the grass for an April 20th game. The team also wore VT hats that evening.
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Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury during the moment of silence before his team's playoff game against the Ottawa Senators in Pittsburgh on April 17.
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Philadelphia Phillies manager Charlie Manuel is a graduate of Parry McCluer High School in Buena Vista, Va.
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Penn State fans paid tribute at the annual spring football game.
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Denver Nuggets star Allen Iverson, shown here with a Virginia Tech patch on his arm, was born in Hampton, Va.
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Signatures of sympathy on an Atlantic Coast Conference sign.
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Los Angeles Angels pitcher Joe Saunders is a graduate of Virginia Tech and donned a Hokies hat in his first start after the tragedy.
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NASCAR driver Ward Burton's Nextel Cup Series car revealed the feelings of his Morgan-McClure Motorsports team, which is based in Virginia.
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The Virginia Tech baseball team paused to honor their fallen classmates.
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First baseman Dmitri Young and his Washington Nationals teammates memorialized the victims by wearing Virginia Tech caps during their game against the Atlanta Braves on April 17.
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Penn State coach Joe Paterno holds a cap given to him by the family of Tech student Jeremy Herbstritt, who was killed in the shootings.
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Virginia Tech graduate Johnson Wagner had a VT patch on his hat during the first round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
16 of 16Courtesy of Karen Rutherford
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