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Wake Forest head coach Jeff Bzdelik announced today that two prospective student-athletes have...

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Wake Forest head coach Jeff Bzdelik announced today that two prospective student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend Wake Forest beginning in the fall of 2011. Guard Chase Fischer (Ripley, W.Va.) and forward Daniel Green (Colleyville, Texas) both signed their official commitments today to join the Demon Deacon basketball family next season. "We are excited to welcome both Chase and Daniel to our basketball program," said Bzdelik. "Both young men exemplify what we are all about here at Wake Forest University. They are both true student-athletes with high character and very bright futures in the game of basketball."

Wake Forest Signs Pair to National Letters of Intent - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

His name is Ishmael Smith. But you can call him Ish. He’s the guy that in just one summer went from...

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His name is Ishmael Smith. But you can call him Ish. He’s the guy that in just one summer went from undrafted rookie to surprise roster addition to starting point guard for the Houston Rockets. In fact, one of the few things faster than his baseline-to-baseline speed has been his rise up the depth chart.

ROCKETS: Ish Smith making the most of his opportunity with Rockets

Goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe saved three Maryland penalty kicks and the Demon Deacons made all three...

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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

Senior Gary Clark and sophomore C.J. Harris were selected as Wake Forest's team captains for the...

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Senior Gary Clark and sophomore C.J. Harris were selected as Wake Forest's team captains for the 2010-11 season, announced head coach Jeff Bzdelik on Friday. "We are pleased to announce Gary Clark and C.J. Harris as our team captains for this season," said Bzdelik. "Both young men have demonstrated outstanding internal leadership since my arrival."

Wake Forest Announces Team Captains for 2010-11 Season - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

Future Wake Forest Scoring Machine: JT Terrell (Class of 2010) (via ONEent) IT'S BASKETBALL SEASON...

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Future Wake Forest Scoring Machine: JT Terrell (Class of 2010) (via ONEent) IT'S BASKETBALL SEASON GET PUMPED Y'ALL

Bzdelik’s first accomplishment as Wake’s coach was holding together Gaudio’s promising five-man...

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Bzdelik’s first accomplishment as Wake’s coach was holding together Gaudio’s promising five-man recruiting class, a development aided by Bzdelik’s early decision to retain Gaudio aides Jeff Battle and Rusty LaRue. The Deacons will need immediate help from the freshmen, because four multi-year starters departed from last season, and the only proven returnees are C.J. Harris and Ari Stewart. There is one talented rookie on hand for each position, but projecting who will be ready to help — and how much, and when — is a guessing game.

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The Mikan Drill looks at the Princeton Offense

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Former Wake Forest guard L.D. Williams was selected in the second round of the NBA Development...

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Former Wake Forest guard L.D. Williams was selected in the second round of the NBA Development League Draft on Monday evening. Williams was taken with the 12th pick of the second round (28th overall) by the Springfield Armor. The 6-4, 210-pound Williams was a four-year starter for the Demon Deacons from 2007-10. One of the top defenders in school history, the Yadkinville, N.C. native became the first Wake Forest player to earn multiple ACC All-Defensive Team awards, earning the honor in 2009 and 2010.

L.D. Williams Selected in Second Round of NBDL Draft - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE