Will the Charlotte Hornets make the NBA playoffs?

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Featured, Men's Basketball, Sports | 0 comments

With only 23 games left, the Hornets have a battle ahead of them if they hope to claim the last playoff spot.

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Men’s basketball: Wake Forest was tied for 26 seconds…then Duke happened

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Featured, Men's Basketball, Sports | 0 comments

Twenty-six seconds. That was the total time Wake Forest was tied with Duke, and at no point did the Deacons lead North Carolina’s oldest collegiate basketball rivalry game on Wednesday, March 4 at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Wake Forest was looking for its first victory in Durham since Tim Duncan’s senior season, and following a 94-51 loss, the Deacs will have to wait at least another year.

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Men’s baseball: Winning streak goes to five

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Baseball, Featured, Sports | 0 comments

After scoring a combined 23 runs against Towson and Marshall on Sunday, the Demon Deacon offense kept on rolling en route to an 11-7 victory over the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on March 4 at Gene Hooks Field. The scoring started early for the Demon Deacons when sophomore Nate Mondou tripled off the left field wall, scoring sophomore Jonathan Pryor from second.

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Men’s golf: Will Zalatoris leads Deacs

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Men's Golf, Sports | 0 comments

The Wake Forest men’s golf team started their spring break early by heading down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. However, the trip was not sandals and palm trees, but rather competition and golf spikes. The No. 8-ranked Demon Deacons finished in 11th place on their spring debut as a team. Freshman Will Zalatoris, however, played strongly by finishing in fourth place with an impressive score of 6-under par. He has now finished every tournament under par this season.

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Spotlight: Track & Field

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Sports, Track | 0 comments

Wake Forest men’s and women’s track and field teams completed the ACC Championships this past weekend with six athletes being named All-ACC selections. The final team rankings of the competition, which was held at Virginia Tech, do not encapsulate the Deacons’ weekend. The women’s team placed 11th out of 15 teams, with 19.5 points, and the men’s team placed 13th out of 14 teams, with 24 points. Clemson came in first place on the women’s side, while the host, Virginia Tech, took the title on the men’s side.

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Women’s tennis: Deacs go down

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Sports, Women's Tennis | 0 comments

The No. 53 Wake Forest women’s tennis team lost 7-0 to both No. 52 Florida State and No. 20 Miami last weekend, starting 0-2 on their month-long road trip and dropping them to 9-5 overall on the season, as well as 0-3 in the ACC. “It was a tough weekend. Miami is one of the very top teams in the country, and they played like it,” head coach Jeff Wyshner said.

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