As we hit the doldrums of summer for college sports, we here at Blogger So Dear want to make sure our readers are still keeping up with the Deacs and all the news. We will be doing an internet round-up 2-3 times a week to conglomerate everything Wake Forest related in a series of links and tweets!
Keyshawn Woods told @CBSSports he will visit Wake Forest on Tuesday, Butler on Wednesday, + Creighton on 6/16. St. Joe's + SC also in mix.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 7, 2015
Woods is a 6-3 shooting guard transfer from Charlotte, where he shot 46.6% from behind the arc last year as a freshman. He would be a nice addition moving forward.
According to Jeff Borzello, the Deacs are also in the running for two touted players for the 2016 and 2017 recruiting classes:
Talented 2016 Jonathan Isaac down to 12: Auburn, LSU, Texas, FSU, Wisconsin, Michigan, Miami, Cal, Kentucky, Stanford, Wake Forest, Virginia— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) June 3, 2015
Latest offers for elite 2017 Wendell Carter are Kentucky, Kansas, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest. Duke interest, many SEC and ACC offers.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) June 3, 2015
The men's tennis team also added a top ranked recruit last week:
Some other notable tidbits Wake Forest related:
Wake Forest to Host ITA Kick-Off Weekend in 2016 - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
For the third year in a row, Wake Forest men's tennis will participate in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend at the start of the 2016 spring season. Having played on the road each of the last two season, the Demon Deacons this time around will host one of the 15 events on the indoor courts at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex.
Noah Rubin Will Turn Pro - Blogger So Dear
Noah Rubin accomplished nearly everything an individual could at the collegiate level, and yesterday he announced that he is forgoing his final three years of eligibility and turning professional. Rubin won the 2014 Junior Wimbeldon title, and therefore entered Wake Forest with lofty expectations. Rubin did not disappoint.
San Antonio Stars vs. Phoenix Mercury - Box Score - June 05, 2015 - ESPN
Hamby goes for 10 points and 5 rebounds in WNBA debut.
Cheyenne Woods fires career-low 63 as Uncle Tiger struggles at Memorial - SBNation.com
As Tiger Woods scuffled to a 1-over 73 in Thursday’s Memorial Tournament opener, his niece, Cheyenne Woods, was firing the round of her professional life over on the LPGA Tour. She would finish T54 after a rough weekend, but this is no doubt a great momentum builder moving forward.