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Wake Forest Monday Links



Everything that happened in Wake Forest athletics is right here for your viewing convenience.

This week we have recaps for: women's basketball, two men's basketball games, baseball opening weekend @ LSU, men's tennis taking on a ranked foe, athletes earning post-graduate scholarships.


Click through the jump to get to a collection of Wake Forest stories from around the web.


Deacs Drop 82-79 Heartbreaker to No. 12 Florida State - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Wake Forest battled back from a 15-point second half deficit, but it was not enough as the Deacs fell 82-79 to No. 12 Florida State on Thursday evening at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum.


No. 19 North Carolina dispatch Wake Forest -
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina forward John Henson can sense his perimeter teammates are getting frustrated that their shots aren’t falling. "So I always kind of joke around and say, ‘As long as you’ve got it by March 13 Selection Sunday we’ll be fine,"...


Baseball: Tigers blast Wake Forest, 15-4 - The Daily Reveille
It only took two innings to know Wake Forest's fate was doomed on opening night. The LSU baseball team (1-0) scored six runs in each of the first two innings and drilled the Demon Deacons (0-1), 15-4, running its streak of season opening wins to 10. For an opening game I'm not sure we could have played much better, said LSU coach Paul Mainieri.


Wake trio earns postgraduate scholarships - Charlotte Wake Forest Demon Deacons |
Three Wake Forest student-athletes were given some good news this past Friday when the Atlantic Coast Conference awarded them with postgraduate scholarships. Iain Atkinson (men's tennis), Casey Luckhurst (women's soccer) and Kristen White (volleyball) were awarded the Weaver-James-Corrigan Award, while Atkinson was one of three student-athletes in the conference to receive the Thacker Award.


Opportunity fizzles as Seminoles chop up Wake Forest | salem, seminoles, chop - Burlington Times News
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The Daily Reveille
Freshmen pitchers Kevin Gausman and Ryan Eades threw a combined eight innings and freshman second baseman JaCoby Jones went 3-for-3 at the plate with a home run and two RBIs as No. 15 LSU (2-0) edged Wake Forest, 4-3, Saturday afternoon.


LSU completes sweep of Wake Forest | | Shreveport Times
BATON ROUGE -- The No. 22 LSU Tigers (3-0) gathered 11 hits and three-run home runs from Mikie Mahtook and Mason Katz to overwhelm the Demon Deacons (0-3) in the series finale, 9-1, today.

Men's Tennis Edged by Wake Forest, 4-3 - - The Official Web Site of LSU Tigers Athletics

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - The 35th-ranked LSU men's tennis team dropped the early doubles point and was unable to catch up in singles as they fell to No. 37 Wake Forest, 4-3, on Sunday at Wake Forest's Indoor Tennis Center.