The Old Gold & Black looks back on the storied career of Tim Duncan on and off the court at Wake Forest, where he dominated the ACC for four years nearly two decades ago.
Welcome, Wake Forest Class of 2020. Your life is changing dramatically as you face daunting uncertainties each day. You may wonder if you prepared yourself enough for class or if your ride to a party will ever show up, but one essential part about your new lifestyle that should never be left to chance is […]
Prestigious, renowned and strenuous are words frequently used to describe the conventional image of the Ivy League as an entity.
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002 was one of the happiest days for the family of Wake Forest basketball legend Chris Paul, since it was on this day that Paul officially committed to play ACC basketball at his hometown dream school, Wake Forest University.
Kate Hubbs is a sophomore from Camden, Tennessee, majoring in politics and international affairs with a triple minor in psychology, french and health policy and administration.
According to President Hatch, head coach Dave Clawson has a better idea of the types of players worth pursuing in recruiting after two full years as head coach.
In celebration of 100 years of the Old Gold & Black and a century of reporting on Wake Forest basketball, there is no better individual to honor than legendary point guard Chris Paul.
The Wake Forest men’s soccer team was one of the top teams in the country throughout the season. The team won the ACC regular season title and received the number one overall seed for the NCAA Tournament.
On Tuesday, Jan. 26 the Atlantic Coast Conference released the 2016 schedules for each of its 14 members. Arguably, Wake Forest could not have asked for a better schedule as it is much more balanced than it was last season.
While the Wake Forest men’s basketball team has fallen on hard times in the past two weeks, Freshman Bryant Crawford has continued to be a consistent scoring threat while making those around him better.
Undeniably, under the nickname “Demon Deacons,” Wake Forest possesses one of the most unique mascot names in all of collegiate athletics. Yet, one could argue that a significant number of alumni and current students lack the understanding of where that name originated. Initially known as the “Old Gold and Black” or even the “Fighting Baptists” […]
Facing injury, suspensions and even illness, Wake Forest has managed to win five of its first seven games of the season, including wins over No. 13 Indiana and UCLA
Suspensions, an injury and a heartbreaking loss in recruiting. This combination of factors make for perhaps the worst possible past 30 days for Wake Forest basketball. Sophomores Rondale Watson and Cornelius Hudson were suspended for a violation of team rules on Oct. 31 and will miss the beginning of the season. According to sources the […]
Wake Forest basketball is back. On Friday, Nov. 6, the Deacs will play an exhibition game against the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in an opportunity to showcase what a full offseason under coach Manning can look like for the 2015-2016. The Deacs are more experienced, talented and deep than they were a year ago. […]
Earlier this week, I spoke with Sam Draut of the University of Louisville student newspaper, The Louisville Cardinal, to learn about how each team may fare in this weekend’s game between the Cardinals and Demon Deacons. KYLE TATICH: With a record of 3-4, Louisville finds itself ranked third in the ACC’s Atlantic Division behind Clemson […]
It is crunch time for No. 1 recruit Harry Giles as he will take his fourth and final official visit this weekend to Duke University. There is no doubt that Wake Forest fans will be relieved when Giles’ decision is made as many have emotionally invested themselves in the process, reading frequent recruiting updates and […]
Wake Forest faced North Carolina in two different sports on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. and finished on both the winning and losing sides in men’s soccer and football, respectively. Optimism surrounded the Demon Deacons entering their football game against the Tar Heels, just a week removed from its first shutout since defeating Florida […]
Earlier this week, I spoke with Daniel Lacy of the North Carolina State student newspaper, Technician, to learn about how each team may fare in this weekend’s game between the Wolfpack and Demon Deacons. Kyle Tatich: N.C. State was considered by some (including myself) to be a “dark horse” in the ACC’s Atlantic Division this […]
It’s been a long but promising off-season for the Demon Deacons. Cornerback Kevin Johnston was drafted 16th overall to the Houston Texans in the 2015 NFL Draft, and coach Clawson and his staff managed to sign the highest ranked recruiting class in program history for the high school class of 2015. Take a look at […]
Welcome, Wake Forest class of 2019, your life is changing dramatically as you face yawning uncertainties each day. You may wonder if you prepared yourself enough for class or if your ride for a party will ever show up, but one essential part of your new life that should never be left to chance is eating […]
Check out this year’s projected depth chart and football schedule, preparing yourself for a season of big time opponents and fun tailgates. Graphic by Kyle Tatich/Old Gold & Black Click photo to expand