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Wake Forest junior placekicker Jimmy Newman has been named the King Fisher Society Student-Athlete of the Week.
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Wake Forest senior offensive guard, Joe Looney, has been named a Mid-Season All-American by ESPN.com analyst Mark Schlabach.
The Wake Forest men's basketball team held its first official practice of the 2011-12 season on Friday evening in Budd Gym in the Miller Center on campus.
Freshman Carlisle Abele tallied nine kills and added two blocks, but it was not enough as the Maryland volleyball team lost to Wake Forest.
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Bates records hat trick in second half in UVa's narrow defeat
Senior midfielder Kaitlin Piosa was featured in Wake Forest's football game program on Oct. 8.
Toward the end of the week, JT noted that the playing status of Wake Forest running back Josh Harris was very much up in the air. Harris, the team’s leading rusher, tweaked a hamstring in the Deacons’ win over Florida State last Saturday. Up until just a short while ago, it appeared Harris was out for…
The Wake Forest men's golf team shot the second-lowest round of the day on Saturday, a 2-under 286, and vaulted into fourth place at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Blackthorn Club. The Deacs trail NC State by seven shots heading into the final round.
The Wake Forest men's golf team will look to keep its momentum rolling this weekend at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Blackthorn Club. The 54-hole event opens on Friday, Oct. 14, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 16.
Wake Forest sophomore Nicole Irving captured her second individual title in as many races this season at Appalachian State's cross country course, as she finished in a time of 17:43.4 to win the Blue Ridge Open on Friday afternoon at ASU's State Farm Fields.
The Wake Forest men's and women's cross country teams will be back in action on Friday afternoon for their last meet of the regular season as they travel to Boone N.C., for the Blue Ridge Open, hosted by Appalachian State.
Wake Forest will welcome its second straight ranked opponent to BB&T Field when the Demon Deacons host the No. 19-ranked and defending ACC champion Virginia Tech Hokies on Saturday evening.
Wake Forest will return home after spending its last two weekends on the road to host Maryland and Boston College on Friday and Saturday at Reynolds Gym.
A look at how former Demon Deacons fared in the National Football League during Week 5 action.
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