Fresh off of their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2010, the 2017-18 Wake Forest men’s basketball team has had their taste of March Madness — but they want more.
Wake Forest entered their matchup against No. 25 Florida State this past Saturday, Sept. 30 seeking their first 5-0 record since 2006, when they last won the ACC Championship.
With a 3-1 victory over Clemson last Sunday, Sept. 24, the Wake Forest women’s volleyball team moved to 9-5 for the season and matched their win total from all of last year just 14 matches into the season.
The Wake Forest men’s soccer team picked up two solid wins this past week over High Point and Pittsburgh, solidifying their No. 4 national ranking and moving to a 7-0-1 record on the year.
After beginning the season 1-3, the No. 19 ranked Wake Forest field hockey team has rebounded successfully with two crucial wins over No. 4 North Carolina and No. 23 Ohio State in the past week.
Wake Forest has a relatively simple six-game stretch to start the season, but their bowl dreams will be decided in the season’s second half.
Coming off of their most successful season since 2011, the Wake Forest football team will face high expectations as they begin their 2017-18 season and look to get off to the same 4-0 start that propelled them to a 7-6 season and a thrilling 34-26 win over Temple in the Military Bowl.
For Anna Gustin, the study of Japanese at Wake Forest was about much more than simply learning a language.
Initially, Margie Feng simply wanted to be able to speak to her grandfather, a French professor in China, in French.
Head Coach Jerry Haas has the Wake Forest men’s golf team playing its best golf at the best time of the year. With the end of the regular season near and ACC Championship play approaching, the No. 8 ranked Demon Deacons look poised for a deep postseason run led by the great leadership of Coach […]
Standout sophomore Robert Heppenstall has proven himself to be a rising star on the track for both Wake Forest and his home country of Canada.
Senior outfielder and leadoff hitter Jonathan Pryor opens up about life on the No. 24 ranked Diamond Deacs.
Despite strong play from sophomores John Collins and Bryant Crawford, Wake Forest went .500 against two ACC foes.
Senior sprinter and hurdler Hunter Roberts has her eyes set on breaking school records before she graduates, but her legacy at Wake Forest will reach far beyond the track.
Wake Forest men’s soccer Head Coach Bobby Muuss led the Demon Deacons to the National Championship game last season and is excited to compete at a high level next season as well.
The Wake Forest football team is coming off of it’s best and most newsworthy season in at least five years, and the roller coaster doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon for head Coach Dave Clawson and the rest of the program.
Until the 2014 season, Wake Forest women’s soccer head coach Tony da Luz had not missed an NCAA Tournament as the sideline leader of the Demon Deacons.
Four lessons learned from the Wake Forest Demon Deacon’s win over the Miami Hurricanes:
As the smallest school in the Power Five conferences, it’s not often that the Wake Forest football program makes national headlines.
Though the game didn’t start the way the Deacons wanted, it certainly finished in a favorable way. Wake Forest overcame a mid-game injury to starting quarterback John Wolford to take down the No. 23 Temple Owls on Dec. 27 and become the 2016 Military Bowl Champions.
Wake Forest hasn’t been to a bowl game since 2011. Long a laughingstock of the ACC, the Demon Deacons will be looking to change the narrative today, as they will take on the No. 24 Temple Owls in the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl.
In what could be the college sports story of the year, former Wake Forest assistant football coach and IMG radio announcer Tommy Elrod has been accused of providing “confidential and proprietary game preparations” to multiple opponents of Wake Forest since 2014.
For the first time since 2011, the Wake Forest football team will be playing in a bowl game. The Deacs will take on No. 23 Temple in the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl in Annapolis, Maryland, at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Wake Forest’s men’s basketball team has found a star in the making in sophomore forward John Collins. Following a 75-67 win at Richmond on Dec. 3 and a 91-74 route over Charlotte on Dec. 6, Collins is second in the nation in offensive rating and has four straight double-doubles for the 7-2 Deacons.
Wake Forest has cooled down after a hot start to the 2016-17 men’s basketball season, going 2-2 over their last four games after starting off 3-0. The Deacons now sit at 5-2 following a tight-fought 58-65 loss to Northwestern on the road last Monday, Nov. 28.