Wake Forest Non-Revenue Sports
All articles/clippings about Wake Forest sports other than basketball and football.
After a pair of wins last week to move to 7-0, Wake goes into the biggest week of their season thus far white hot.
With a pair of dominant victories last week, Wake moved to 5-0 on the season and 1-0 in conference.
The Deacs found their third win of the season in Birmingham over the weekend and will look to keep their momentum going into a Tuesday night showdown at Spry.
The Deacs got their first taste of Power 5 competition this season, defeating Georgia and taking a draw from No. 11 Auburn
It wasn’t all pretty, but the 15th ranked Deacs won a big pair of games at Spry to start the year off strong
The Demon Deacons entered week one of their season with questions surrounding the team, answering them emphatically with a pair of dominant victories.
The Deacs suffocated the Bison in a 2-0 victory at Spry on Sunday
In a complete performance, the Deacs hung 5 goals on the Penguins of Youngstown State to cruise to victory at home.
After a disappointing season opener against VCU, the Deacs face the massive underdog Bison.
Wake sees their national title hopes washed away in the Cary rain again.
The winner of this matchup between two of college soccer’s blue blood programs will go on to the Final Four.
With a trip to the Elite Eight on the line, the Deacs face another tough, physical matchup.
Powered by an Omar Hernandez brace, the Deacs defeated Louisville to set up a clash with Clemson next week with NCAA Tournament implications.
The Deacs will look to pick up a win at Spry before a tricky road trip to close out the regular season.
After a 0-0 draw with NC State, the Deacs will look to get back on track against a tricky, hot Notre Dame team.
After winning the previous two meetings this season, the Demon Deacons look for a third victory over the Wolfpack
Down a goal in the late stages of the game, Hosei Kijima clawed victory from the jaws of defeat for the Deacs.
Wake will look to start the spring window 2-0 against a tricky Boston College team.
The former Deac has earned the award for the second straight year
Men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, cross country, and volleyball all begin later this month
Jared Shuster became the latest of many picks under Walter
The Deacs fell short in Cary against the Virginia Cavaliers.
Deacs continue to send players on to the next steps in their baseball careers