Just two days before the game, a rumor developed that senior quarterback John Wolford would not start against the No. 2 Clemson Tigers.
Last week, on Sept. 25, the one-year anniversary of the passing of Wake Forest legend and global icon, Arnold Palmer, the world reflected on the life of one of golf’s greatest players.
I sat down with Colin Halm of The Tiger, the student newspaper at Clemson, to find out a little more about Wake Forest’s matchup with the No. 2 Clemson Tigers.
On Friday, Sept. 22, the Publications Committee of Wake Forest held its first meeting in two academic years, in what was intended by Committee member and Associate Dean of the College, Tom Phillips, to be both a social event and general discussion of what challenges and opportunities student editors face.
In front of a crowd of 35,126 — the largest to ever attend a game at Kidd Brewer Stadium — Dave Clawson’s Demon Deacons escaped with a 20-19 victory over Appalachian State.
Next Saturday, Sept. 23, Wake Forest will look to remain perfect for the season and will renew its in-state rivalry with App State.
Three years ago the Leadership Project was launched with the intention of inspiring the Wake Forest community through the sharing of stories from leaders that spanned a variety of age groups and professions.
Seniors Will Zalatoris and Paul McBride faced off in the 2017 Walker Cup, competing for the U.S. and Ireland respectively.
Wake Forest forced four turnovers in its dominant performance last week at Boston College, defeating the Eagles 34-10, securing its largest ACC victory since 2013 and largest conference road win since the Deacs shutout Florida State 30-0 in 2006.
Last week featured an update on the newest Demon Deacons to sign professional contracts and take their games to the next level.
Wake Forest’s last visit to Chestnut Hill resulted in a thrilling 3-0 Demon Deacon victory as a Mike Weaver 25-yard field goal and a fourth quarter defensive stand prevented Boston College from succeeding in what was ultimately its only real opportunity of obtaining an ACC win for the 2015 season.
John Collins and Dinos Mitoglou both opted to forgo their respective junior and senior seasons and joined graduate transfer Austin Arians as the next three Demon Deacons to follow their dreams of playing professional basketball.
John Collins began his Wake Forest career under the radar—as only the third highest rated recruit in the 2015 Wake Forest recruiting class (Doral Moore and Bryant Crawford).
Senior Annie Wheat fell in love with Wake Forest when she visited campus for the first time.
“A number of Wake Forest students work hard to learn things well, occasionally to the point of mastery. A number of Wake Forest students work creatively to gain the most from opportunities such as research and summer travel. A number of Wake Forest students commit themselves to participation and leadership on behalf of and in […]
“We have aspirations of being a championship team.”
The No. 8 Louisville Cardinals visited the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum as the highest ranked opponent to play the Deacs at home this season.
Arguably, before Saturday’s contest at Duke, it had been 20 years since Wake Forest played a truly competitive game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
It took a few possessions for Wake Forest to find its groove as the Deacs found themselves down 8-0 in just a matter of minutes.
Before Saturday, Feb. 11, Wake Forest had played NC State 75 times at home since the two programs first met in the 1910-11 season.
The Wake Forest men’s soccer team has consistently been one of the top programs in the country, ever since its conception in 1980.
Beginning in the summer of 2017, students will be given the option to complete their Spanish foreign language requirement or continue their studies abroad.
Wake Forest played with heart in an 87-93 loss on Wednesday, Jan. 11, against North Carolina. But heart wasn’t enough to beat Roy Williams and the No. 11 Tar Heels.
Wake Forest leads Temple 31-10 at the end of the first half. Below we break down the first and second quarters:
On Tuesday, Dec. 27 the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will meet the No. 24 Temple Owls in the 2016 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.