In 2013, the Atlanta Braves appeared to be on the cusp of a run of continued success.
After a painful loss to Georgia State in overtime, the Demon Deacons traveled to Louisville to take on the No. 8 Cardinals.
The U.S Open is heralded to be the last big stop on the tennis calendar for both the women and men on the tennis circuit.
Seniors Will Zalatoris and Paul McBride faced off in the 2017 Walker Cup, competing for the U.S. and Ireland respectively.
Week 1 of the 2017-18 NFL season further proved that no matter the opponent, in this league winning is no simple task.
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 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.
Week two of the 2017 college football season did not have the same last minute shockers that week one graced fans with, but Saturday, Sept. 9 was still a great day to watch athletes battle it out on the gridiron.
In the first game of their 2017-18 campaign, the Wake Forest football team took on FCS (Football Championship subdivision) opponent Presbyterian.
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.
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.
Thomas Menke is a sophomore midfielder who is gaining traction and building a reputation on the Wake Forest men’s soccer team.
Week one of the 2017-2018 college football season got off to an outstanding start this past weekend.
Team Solo Mid (TSM) is once again the victor of the North American LCS.
As expected from the No. 2 team in the nation, Wake Forest secured their first win of the season in a matchup against Rutgers at the W. Dennie Spry Soccer Stadium.
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.
As baseball approaches its final month of the 2017 regular season, the postseason picture appears murkier than ever.
There is a sense of excitement surrounding this year’s Wake Forest cross country team as the squad seeks to make big strides and assert themselves as a competitive force in the ACC.
Sophomore cornerback Essang Bassey has been an example of defensive success during this new era of Wake Forest football.
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.
Following the recent events involving nationalists and neo-Nazi’s in Charlottesville, VA, ESPN announced that one of its employees would no longer be broadcasting the opening football game between the University of Virginia (UVA) and William & Mary College in Charlottesville.
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).
Wake Forest finished the last two home season games in an imposing manner. The Demon Deacons hosted Florida State University and Louisville, beating Florida 5-2 and Louisville 6-1 as they made official an undefeated home season performance this year.
he first round of the NBA Playoffs is off to an exciting start. This edition will take a look at every series thus far in the first round. First we will analyze the Eastern Conference matchups, and then look at the Western Conference.