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Deacon Dump 6.15.15

Another busy weekend on the recruiting trail and for Olympic Sports teams!

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

ACC Preview: Wake Forest | The Clemson Insider
Head coach Dave Clawson’s first season with Wake Forest proved to be a difficult one, as the Demon Deacons went 3-9 and 1-7 in the ACC last season. Their only ACC victory came in overtime against Virginia Tech when they defeated the Hokies, 6-3.

B1G nonconference opponent: Wake Forest - Big Ten Blog - ESPN
When Dave Clawson took over the Demon Deacons, he knew that ending a streak of five straight losing seasons wouldn’t happen in Year 1 — or even Year 2. But after one of the worst offensive performances the FBS has seen in a decade, folks in Winston-Salem have to wonder: Just when will it get better?

Looking ahead: Wake Forest Demon Deacons - Men's College Basketball Blog - ESPN
Editor’s note: It’s never too early to start to look ahead to next season. Over the coming weeks, we will examine what comes next for each team in the Power 5 conferences and also those outside the Power 5 who could make noise on the national stage. Today, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Kyle Graves Named First Team All-American at NCAA Championships - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
Senior Kyle Graves used a 51.92 second final 400m kick to earn sixth place finish and First Team All-American honors in the men's 1,500m final on day three of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at historic Historic Hayward Field at the University of Oregon Friday afternoon.

Craig Collects Fourth, Fifth All-America Honors - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
He becomes just the fourth Demon Deacon to be recognized as an All-American by five different outlets, joining Jamie D'Antona (2003), Kyle Sleeth (2002) and Dave Bush (2002). The previous three were all drafted in the top two rounds of the MLB Draft, with two reaching the big leagues.