The Wake Forest men’s soccer team has consistently been one of the top programs in the country, ever since its conception in 1980.
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.
With a 17-3-2 record in the 2015 season, Wake Forest’s men’s soccer was expected to continue their dominance, but with a record of 19-3-3 and 14 home wins, Wake Forest’s season overshadowed the prior.
Freshman Ema Twumasi’s two consecutive goals only two minutes apart against Virginia Tech sends the Wake Forest men’s soccer team to Houston, Texas, to compete in the NCAA semi-finals against No. 6 Denver on Friday. The ACC championship winning team played in Spry Stadium in front of 3,401 fans. This win marked the team’s 12th […]