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.
Sophomore forward John Collins may be the most improved frontcourt player in the ACC, and if he maintains his current play, he’ll be in the national conversation.
Redshirt senior goalkeeper Alec Ferrell has been the rock of a Demon Deacon defense that has a claim for the best in the country.
The No. 19 Wake Forest women’s field hockey team played their final game of the season on Friday, Nov. 4, a 3-2 overtime loss to eventual ACC Champion Virginia that saw Wake Forest hold, and subsequently lose, two separate leads throughout regulation.
Junior quarterback John Wolford has been a pivotal force in ushering in a new era of Wake Forest football along with head coach Dave Clawson.
When the Wake Forest field hockey team took the field against Appalachian State on Friday, Oct. 28, the object of the game for the Deacons wasn’t simply to come away with a win, it was to demonstrate that they had the ability to overcome the adversity that they’ve faced throughout the season, and that will […]
Junior forward Jon Bakero has been a huge part of Wake Forest’s two straight Atlantic Division titles.
Redshirt junior Duke Ejiofor is a leader on the 5-2 Wake Forest football team, both on and off the field.
Junior Kylie Long, the quiet and composed leader of the Wake Forest women’s volleyball team, is having a career year for the Demon Deacons.
Despite their young squad, Wake Forest women’s basketball team is optimistic.
Madi Julius, who redshirted her junior year, has taken her game to a new level this year. In addition to improving her goal and point personal bests, Julius has taken upon herself to be the voice and soul of the team on the field.
The conversation surrounding this week in the ACC was dominated by one game: Clemson vs. Louisville.
Alexis Franco is a freshman on the Wake Forest women’s tennis team. With a strong performance in her first collegiate tournament at the Elon Invitational from Sept. 9-11, Deacon fans can look forward to four more years of excellent tennis. Why did you choose Wake Forest? I was looking for a school that had very […]
Coming off of an ACC Championship is always a tough act to follow, but in the case of the Wake Forest men’s tennis team, head coach Tony Bresky thinks that his guys are ready for the challenge.
Madison Huster is listed as a defender in her Wake Forest student-athlete bio, but the do-everything junior for the Wake Forest women’s soccer team has excelled all over the field for the Demon Deacons this season.
The No. 10 Wake Forest men’s soccer team finished their homestand 4-1-1, but the string of games in Winston-Salem didn’t come without struggle on the part of the Deacons.
It’s been quite a while since Wake Forest women’s soccer head coach Tony da Luz has seen a team open up a season like this.
Wake Forest football starts 1-0 despite uninspiring performance on offense in season debut.
Starting the season off 3-1, the men’s soccer team hopes to continue quality defensive play against ACC rival, Virginia.
Ian Harkes, a senior from Fairfax, Virginia., is returning to Wake Forest for his senior year in order to once again lead the team as a captain and to prepare the incoming freshmen for their college soccer careers.
Bobby Muuss, second-year head coach of the Wake Forest Men’s soccer team, isn’t lowering his expectations for this season following last year’s stellar men’s soccer campaign.