Kyle Tatich
Senior Writer
Kyle Tatich is a senior from Charlotte, N.C. pursuing a double major in Economics with Politics and International Affairs with a minor in Spanish. He has worked at the Old Gold & Black since the beginning of his freshman year working as both assistant and head editor of the sports section. Among his greatest experiences with the OGB have included interviewing Coach K of Duke, covering the ACC Tournament, and traveling to Notre Dame to cover the football team. Outside of the classroom and the newsroom Kyle works as a swim coach for Enfinity Aquatic Club where he coaches Wake Forest faculty and administrators in addition to youth in the Winston-Salem area. Additionally, he enjoys training for marathons, keeping up with current events, and watching collegiate athletics. Kyle is thankful for the skills and experience he has gained with the Old Gold & Black and hopes to use them in a future career that combines his interest in civil service, business, and both domestic and international affairs.
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Doral Moore Will Enter the NBA Draft
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On Tuesday, April 17, Wake Forest junior center Doral Moore announced on Twitter that he will forgo his senior season and enter the NBA Draft, with plans of hiring an agent in the near future. “I want to thank Coach Manning, the assistant coaches and Coach Horn for their guidance and preparing me to take […]

April 19, 2018
Garden Party Honors Maya Angelou’s Legacy
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Wake Forest and the greater community of Winston-Salem joined together for the first annual Maya Angelou Garden Party on April 8. It was an afternoon of spoken word poetry, music, games and fellowship to celebrate what would have been the late poet, actress, author and longtime professor’s 90th birthday. The event was student-led by the […]

April 12, 2018
Christian Beal Shines in Spring Scrimmages
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In 2017 only four schools in the ACC rushed for more yards than Wake Forest (Georgia Tech, Louisville, Boston College and Clemson) as the ground game gave the Deacs 188 yards per game. With improved experience and depth at offensive line, the by-committee-running game of junior Matt Colburn, freshman Arkeem Byrd, sophomore Cade Carney and […]

April 12, 2018
March Saw an Eventful Period for Men’s Basketball
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Friday, April 6 will mark exactly one month since the Wake Forest basketball team took the floor, ending the 2017-18 campaign that featured a record of 11-20. In the weeks following the 73-64 loss in the first round of the ACC Tournament the Demon Deacons have made a number of headlines, which are addressed chronologically […]

April 5, 2018
Football Prepares for Upcoming Spring Game
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On Thursday, March 29 I had the opportunity to attend the second football scrimmage of the spring — and in the two hours spent sitting in the sun I had some time to observe and anticipate what the post-John Wolford era could look like for the Deacon offense. What would be an offseason for the […]

April 5, 2018
Basketball Season Ends with Loss to Syracuse
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“They came out with more energy than us,” said junior Doral Moore following Wake Forest’s 73-64 loss to Syracuse in the first round of the ACC Tournament. “We just weren’t prepared and we did a poor job of rebounding.”

March 16, 2018
Deacon Spotlight: Cameron Mulhall
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Cameron Mulhall is a senior finance major in the Wake Forest School of Business from Ocean City, NJ. He has been a member of the Wake Forest rugby team since his freshman year and has played both fall and spring seasons. Mulhall, a football player and wrestler in high school, had not played rugby before […]

March 1, 2018
Deacons Fall to Notre Dame Irish in Last Home Game
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It was the same story just a new chapter on Saturday afternoon as Wake Forest fell to Notre Dame 76-71 in heartbreaking fashion at the Lawrence V. Joel Coliseum.

March 1, 2018
Deacons Defeat Georgia Tech to Snap Losing Streak
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“It’s nice to get a mark in the column that we want,” said coach Danny Manning following Wake Forest’s 79-62 victory over Georgia Tech.“We’re happy about that.”

February 15, 2018
Wake Forest Breaks Seven-Game Losing Streak
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Florida State traveled to Winston-Salem on Wednesday, Jan. 31 to face a Wake Forest team that had dropped each of its last seven contests.

February 2, 2018
Louisville Dominates Wake Forest 96-77
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Wake Forest extended its losing streak to seven games on Saturday as the Deacs fell to the Louisville Cardinals 96-77 at the KFC Yum! Center. The game, which marked the halfway point of ACC play for the Demon Deacons, was one of both positive and negative takeaways, despite the lopsided score. Wake Forest led by […]

January 29, 2018
Spotlight: Jeff Teague
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When Wake Forest played at Boston College on Saturday, Jan. 6, the Old Gold & Black had the opportunity to catch up with former Demon Deacon and current point guard of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Jeff Teague. The former Wake Forest standout was in town, and he took on the Boston Celtics on Friday, Jan. 5.

January 25, 2018
Demon Deacons fall to 1-7 in ACC play
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Just 10 days separated the two meetings between Wake Forest and Duke this season, with the second coming in Winston-Salem on Tuesday night, in front of what was likely the largest crowd of the season.

January 25, 2018
Wake Forest Falls to No. 2 Virginia, Prepares for No. 4 Duke
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“Wake Forest is close. Danny [Manning] does a very good job … his young men are playing hard.”         These were the words of Virginia’s Tony Bennett, head coach of the No. 2 Cavaliers after his team made a second half run to pull away from Wake Forest 59-49.

January 23, 2018
Men’s Tennis is a Force to be Reckoned With
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As the No. 2 ranked team in the country, Wake Forest has a highly ranked singles player (Petros Chrysochos), can boast about another player in the top five (Skander Mansouri), and has the best ranked doubles team (Christian Seraphim and Skander Mansouri). With a recruiting class that is one of the best in the nation, […]

January 18, 2018
Men’s Basketball Falls to No.7 Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium
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Wake Forest traveled to Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, Jan. 13 in search of its first victory in Durham since the days of Tim Duncan.

January 18, 2018
Wake Forest Falls to Boston College on afternoon of Cold Shooting
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On a bleak, seven-degree afternoon in Chestnut Hill, Mass., the Demon Deacons’ shooting performance could be described in one word—cold.

January 8, 2018
Wake Forest defeats Texas A&M 55-52 in storybook fashion
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“If you write the movie script, as soon as he walks out that door there’s a girl that falls in love with him and he gets married and lives happily ever after. It’s a storybook ending. You can’t make this stuff up.” These were the words of coach Dave Clawson, talking about his quarterback, John […]

December 31, 2017
No. 13 North Carolina’s Berry holds off Wake Forest with late shot
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Head Coach Danny Manning’s Demon Deacons traveled to Chapel Hill on Saturday, Dec. 30 to face the defending National Champion North Carolina Tar Heels. The Deacs had not won in the Dean E. Smith Center since 2010, and before Saturday’s contest, no one was really giving them a chance. Manning’s squad had defeated just one […]

December 31, 2017
Wake Forest-UNC Basketball Preview
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Wake Forest will open up ACC play on Saturday, Dec. 30 as the Deacs travel to Chapel Hill to face the defending National Champion North Carolina Tar Heels. We sat down with Jack Leland of The Daily Tar Heel ahead of Saturday’s game to learn more about this North Carolina team. KYLE TATICH: What did […]

December 30, 2017
Football Seniors Changed the Culture, now Look to Solidify their Legacy
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According to coach Dave Clawson, when he first came to Wake Forest in 2014 there were players on the team who did not enjoy football too much.

December 28, 2017
Belk Bowl Preview
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Coach Dave Clawson said making it to a bowl game is a goal every season, especially since it’s an opportunity to reward the players for a successful season.

December 28, 2017
Woods Leads the Deacs to Road Win at UNC Charlotte
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An 0-3 start to the season was never the plan for a Wake Forest team that made it to the NCAA Tournament last March.

December 15, 2017
Wake Forest will face Texas A&M in the Belk Bowl
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On Sunday, Dec. 3 head coach Dave Clawson and his Demon Deacons learned they would play Texas A&M in the 2017 Belk Bowl at  Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium.

December 15, 2017
Eight All-ACC honorees lead Deacs to 7-5 season
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Two of the last four collegiate football programs to win the national championship have been members of the ACC, as has the reining Heisman Trophy winner.

December 3, 2017