Hit and Run
When the college basketball season ended in the spring, Wake Forest possesses the pieces to be a top-10 team next season. Now, the Demon Deacons are left with a good team but not the one that most likely would be considered as a candidate to make the Final Four.
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"They did very well," Kiki Vandeweghe said of the Earl Clark-James Johnson encounter. "They're both very skilled players -- both athletic, both competed very well today. This is getting towards the end for these guys. They've had a lot of workouts. You could tell they had to push through some fatigue. But they were both very impressive."
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"I am very confident that the program is in great hands due to the leadership on that campus," Walter said. "There are not many jobs that would make me want to leave New Orleans, but to be able to coach in the ACC -- the best baseball conference in the nation -- is too good to pass up."
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Daunte Carr (Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville) camped at Miami (Fla.) this week and picked up an offer from the Hurricanes. The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder previously had narrowed his list to four programs: North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Stanford and UCLA in no order.
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Also in attendance Monday at the Berto Center was Wake Forest forward James Johnson, who has an NBA body and is versatile enough to play four positions.
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Cortland Lowe refuses to be intimidated by the thought of playing in his first U.S. Open. Lowe, the only Wake Forest graduate in the field of 156, has taken a curious route to his pro-golf career, but said he thinks he's peaking at the right time.