The start of college basketball season remains a few months away, and Ohio State’s full roster was not expected on campus until this past weekend. Since the end of the 2017-18 season, those players who will return to the Buckeyes have essentially had...
by: Conor O'Neill Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem Journal 12 Jun
Wake Forest added its fourth transfer of the offseason, but it’s one that won’t be able to take the court for the Deacons for a year.
by: N/A — NCAA: Indiana University Athletics 11 Jun
ROSEMONT, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference has announced that Indiana Women's Basketball will travel to Wake Forest in the 2018-19 ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
by: Barry Jacobs — The News & Observer: ACC Now 7 Jun
Playing what-if may be a more popular American game than any athletic pastime you can name. A new compilation of stories offered by Mike Pesca, the book “Upon Further Review,” delves into alt history on great what-ifs in sports.
by: Conor O'Neill Winston-Salem Journal email@example.com — Winston-Salem Journal 6 Jun
With the deadline for decisions on the NBA Draft set, rosters for ACC basketball teams are set for next season, pending any surprise departures or arrivals over the summer.
by: Riley Johnston — SB Nation: Blogger So Dear 5 Jun
Roberts became the highest ranked Demon Deacon taken since 2003.
by: Steve Wiseman — The News & Observer 4 Jun
The East Carolina Pirates played the UNCW Seahawks on Sunday, June 3, 2018 in the NCAA baseball tournament in the Greenville Regional. ECU was the host team. Here's the score and recap.
by: Conor O'Neill Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem Journal 1 Jun
The men’s basketball office is abuzz in the early afternoon of a May day on Wake Forest’s campus. It’s graduation day, and everybody from coaches to graduating players to their
by: Chip Alexander — The News & Observer 31 May
East Carolina has won the AAC championship and is hosting an NCAA regional. Do the Pirates have what it takes to keep advancing, with the College World Series their goal?
by: Robert Reinhard — SB Nation: Blogger So Dear 30 May
The former Wake Forest point guard is staying in the NBA Draft. Where does that leave the Deacs?