via ACC Conference Wins & Coaching Chart Brian over at BC Interruption compiled this data showing the relationship between conference wins and the coaches of respective teams. He has a more in-depth breakdown on his site, as well as the split with the other half of the ACC. Naturally, I was more concerned with the Wake part, so I thought this was an interesting chart.
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Goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe saved three Maryland penalty kicks and the Demon Deacons made all three of their attempts to give the Wake Forest women's soccer team a 3-1 shootout win and its first-ever ACC Championship on Sunday afternoon at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. The Deacons and Terrapins had tied 1-1 through regulation and overtime, leaving the conference title to be decided by kicks from the penalty spot. Wake's Alisha Woodson and Maryland's Sade Ayinde each converted their team's first attempts, but Bledsoe stopped the next three Terrapin tries, and Katie Stengel and Bianca D'Agostino scored for the Deacons, to give Wake Forest the conference crown. Congrats Lady Deacs! Wake Forest Wins Shootout to Claim 2010 ACC Championship
JT Terrell showing off to the crowd with a broken thumb at Black and Gold Madness via HoopMixTape.