2016 guard Kwe Parker (Wesleyan Christian Academy) will visit Rutgers this weekend, source told @CBSSports. Also considering Wake Forest.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 11, 2015
From @247Sports 3-star linebacker Riley Cole commits to Bama over Wake Forest. Cole is from Oneonta HS. 6'3" 210 lbs, #662 player in U.S.— Rick Karle (@RickKarle) June 12, 2015
Riley Cole might be the only player ever to finish his recruiting process with his sole two P5 offers being Alabama and Wake Forest #history— WFU Sports Stats (@DeacFan3) June 12, 2015
Kick-off your summer this Friday @WakeFB Specialist Camp. Go 2 http://t.co/Eo5r6MnyJo to kick'it w/the Deacs! #STDOST pic.twitter.com/zYam2j2tfI— Adam Scheier (@CoachScheier) June 10, 2015
Congrats to Jessie Merckle for finishing 7th and earning First Team All-American honors in the javelin! #GoDeacs pic.twitter.com/y7ibjH0Huc— Wake Track (@WakeTrack) June 12, 2015
Wake Forest Releases 2015 Men's Soccer Schedule - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
As part of the schedule rotation, Wake Forest will miss defending national champions Virginia this season, but will face three teams they did not play last season in Notre Dame, North Carolina and Pittsburgh. The Demon Deacons open ACC play on the road his season against Pittsburgh on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Craig Named All-American by NCBWA, D1Baseball - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
Wake Forest sophomore Will Craig has now been named a First Team All-American by three different organizations.
Merckle and Adair Tab All-American Honors - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
Jessie Merckle earned First Team All-American honors, while Katie Adair tabbed Honorable Mention on the second day of the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Wake Forest's Merckle gets All-American honors - Winston-Salem Journal: Other
Wake Forest’s Jessie Merckle finished seventh in the women’s javelin to get First Team All-American honors Thursday at the NCAA track and field championships.
Graves Punches Ticket to 1,500m Final at NCAA Championships - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
Senior mid-distance runner Kyle Graves of Wake Forest track and field finished third in the semifinal first heat of the men's 1,500m to punch his ticket to the final at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Wednesday afternoon.