Great weekend for Deacon sports after the dip that we had on Friday. Two new football commits, a win by Cheyenne Woods and some other good stuff on tap for you today, including this awe-inspiring highlight video of JTT. Check it out and enjoy your Monday.
Scout.com: Easter Surprise From Intemann
Wake Forest added a commitment from one of the state's best linemen on Easter, picking up a surprise commitment from Dylan Intemann. A 6'5, 305 pound tackle out of Wake Forest (NC) Rolesville High, Intemann called the Demon Deacon coaching staff Sunday giving the Deacon staff some good news.
Deacs get second commit of the day - DeaconsIllustrated.com
Hunter Goodwin, 6-5, 280 OL from Maryland
Golf News | Golfweek | Cheyenne Woods wins Bryan National event
As Tiger Woods prepares to return to competitive golf this week at the Masters, his niece is making headlines, too. Cheyenne Woods, a sophomore at Wake Forest, grabbed her first college victory Sunday at the Bryan National Collegiate, becoming the first Demon Deacon to claim an individual title this season.
Wake Forest Baseball…ACC Team or Little League Dreamers? " Eye of the Hurricane
The point is, Wake Forest looked like a little league team out there defensively in numerous instances; and in the third inning it really came back to bite them. No wonder they’re only 9-21 this year. It’s cliche, but seriously…defense wins championships. Committing eight errors in two games is a great way to lose. But hey, at least it was a happy weekend here on campus for the Canes.
Miami Hurricanes hammer Wake Forest, sweep another series - UM - MiamiHerald.com
ess than 24 hours after needing a walk-off single in the 11th inning to beat the Demon Deacons, the 15th-ranked Hurricanes closed out their third three-game series sweep of the season with a 10-1 rout in front of a crowd of 2,873 on Sunday afternoon at Mark Light Field.
ON THE RISE: WFU's Woods is showing improvement
"I think coming into the fall, I just felt a lot more comfortable with the team, with being at Wake, and I also had a lot more confidence in my game," Woods said. "I'm excited that I'm seeing improvement in my game, and everything is kind of coming together for me."
Cheyenne Woods Wins The Bryan National Collegiate - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Sophomore Cheyenne Woods has hung around the top of every leader board this spring and on Sunday, she finally broke through, winning the Bryan National Collegiate with a 54-hole total of 5-under par. The victory is the first of Woods' career.
He loves to prove the critics wrong | Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/04/2010
"That kind of stuff just makes me want to improve my game and take it to a higher level," Chennault said. "I can't wait to get a fresh start in college and prove what I can do against top competition. I'm going to be a gym rat at Wake Forest." Said Neumann-Goretti coach Carl Arrigale: "He feeds off the negative talk. He's a kid who gets motivated by people saying he can't do certain things."
Bone eager to make Fire debut :: The SouthtownStar :: Sports
"I've started feeling a lot better," he said. "I'm getting into form. Things are starting to flow freely, and I'm not worrying anymore. "It was tough missing the whole preseason, but I'm starting to get the feel for it, and going to Red Bull Arena gave me an idea of the speed of play. I'm anxious to get on the field and see what I can do out there."
Scout.com: Byers Adds Another ACC Offer To His Resume
"Wake Forest just offered me," Byers told SCPrepNation.com. The offer from Wake Forest gives Byers a total of four offers now with his previous offers coming from South Carolina, Texas Tech, and Maryland.
Hokies get commitment from top point guard - baltimoresun.com
When Rankin arrives at Tech, he likely will immediately challenge Erick Green, a freshman this past season, in the competition to become Delaney's successor. The chance to play significant minutes as a freshman was "a big part of his decision," said Lamar.
2010 NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Al-Farouq Aminu - Bullets Forever
Like his older brother, Al-Farouq has a terrific combination of length and athleticism, sporting a 7'2" wingspan and explosive jumping ability. Even though he went back to Wake Forest for his sophomore year, he is still younger (19-years old) than a lot of the freshmen in this draft. That extra year of college experience made him a more polished, NBA ready player. Still, at 6'9" and only 210 pounds, Aminu needs to put on some weight if he expects to bang inside in the NBA. He's got a solid frame, and should be able to put on 20-30 pounds of muscle without hampering his freakish athleticism.
Wake Forest Falls to No. 15 Miami, 9-8, in 11 Innings - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Scott Lawson's one-out, walk-off double in the 11th inning lifted No. 15 Miami to a 9-8 win over Wake Forest on Saturday night in front of 3,272 fans at Alex Rodriguez Park. With the loss, the Demon Deacons drop to 9-20 and 2-9 in Atlantic Coast Conference play. Miami clinches the series with the win, improving to 19-7 overall and 9-2 in league competition.