A look back at the week of Sept. 13-19
Sept. 21, 2010
By Katherine Coats-Thomas, WakeForestSports.com
Men's Soccer (2-2-1, 2-0-0 ACC)
No. 14 Wake Forest snapped No. 2 Virginia's 20-game unbeaten streak in a 1-0 victory this past Saturday at Klockner Stadium.
Andy Lubahn scored his second goal of the season and Wake's only goal in the 64th minute against the defending national champion Virginia.
Wake Forest's Akira Fitzgerald recorded his first shutout of the season, making seven saves to earn the clean sheet.
Women's Soccer (6-3-0, 0-0 ACC)
No. 22 Wake Forest went 1-1 this past weekend, with a 2-1 victory at High Point on Friday and a 1-0 loss to No. 20 South Carolina on Sunday at Spry Stadium.
Wake Forest's freshmen Rachel Nuzzolese and Katie Stengel propelled the deacons to victory with one goal each in the 67th and 78th minutes, respectively. Stengel's game-winning goal extended her goal-scoring streak to five games, leading the team with seven goals this season. Nuzzolese secured her sixth goal of the season.
In the final non-conference match of the 2010 season, the Demon Deacons lost to the Gamecocks in their first shutout of the season.
South Carolina's Danielle Au scored the game-winning goal in the 20th minute, clinching the win for the Gamecocks.
Field Hockey (6-2, 1-0 ACC)
No. 7-ranked Wake Forest went 1-1 this past weekend with a 5-2 victory at Davidson on Friday and a 3-2 overtime loss to No. 10 Ohio State on Sunday at Kentner Stadium
In the Deacons' first road contest of the season, junior Lauren Greenwald, freshman Kari Walkley, senior Liza Casella, junior Kaitlin Piosa and freshman Jess McFadyen each scored a goal in their high-scoring victory against High Point.
Kaitlin Piosa scored the first goal for the Deacons at the eight minute mark, making it the first time in the last five games Wake Forest has scored before its opponent.
Davidson scored two consecutive goals within a 35-second period, followed by the Deacons' three unanswered goals, making the score 4-2 at the half.
Junior Faith Adams scored a dramatic goal with four seconds left in regulation to tie the Buckeyes 2-2. The Deacons lost in overtime with a goal by Ohio State's Aisling Coyle at the 80:52 mark off a penalty stroke.
Football (2-1, 1-0 ACC)
The Deacons fell to No. 19-ranked Stanford at Stanford Stadium this past Saturday in a 68-24 defeat.
Deacon freshman quarterback Tanner Price rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown, in addition to throwing for 76 yards. Wide receiver Michael Campanaro rushed for 41 yards, a career-high, and scored his first career touchdown on a 22-yard reverse in the third quarter.
Chris Givens led the Deacons in receptions, catching four passes for 47 yards. Givens also rushed for 25 yards on the night and scored a touchdown in the first quarter.
Wake Forest cut the lead to 41-10 on a career-long 48-yard field goal from Jimmy Newman with four seconds to go in the first half.
The Deacons scored again at the 8:45 mark in the third quarter as Tanner Price ran for a 28-yard touchdown.
Volleyball (6-4, 0-1 ACC)
Wake Forest suffered a 3-0 loss in its ACC opener at Duke with a 25-16, 25-15, 25-22 score this past Friday at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham.
Juniors Carlin Salmon and Kadija Fornah and sophomore Andrea Beck each tallied eight kills to pace the offense for the Deacons. Fornah's eight kills give her 695 for her career and move her into 14th place on Wake's all-time kills list.
Senior setter Kelsey Jones had 25 assists and seven digs, while senior Megan Thornberry led the Deacons with 13 digs.
Wake Forest finished 13th of 18 teams in the NCAA Fall Preview at the Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas this past week.
Senior All-American Natalie Sheary shot 2-under 70 to lead Wake Forest in the opening and second round of the tournament. Sheary shot an even-par 72 in the final round, finishing the tournament at 4-under par and tied for ninth place.
The team opened with a 7-over 295 and finished the first round in ninth, sliding to 12th after a second round of 299 and finally tied for 13th after a final round of 304.
Wake Forest capped off the week with a strong performances at the OFCC Fighting Illini Invitational in Chicago, Ill. and the Duke Fab Four Invitational at the Cary Tennis Center in Cary, NC this past weekend.
Brothers Reid Carleton and Tripper Carleton faced each other for the first time ever in a doubles match this past Saturday in Cary. Reid, who plays for Duke's No. 1-ranked doubles team, defeated Tripper and Iain Atkinson 9-8 (3).
In the finals, No. 36 Tripper Carleton took down NC State's No. 98 Dominic Hodgson 6-2, 6-2 to claim third place in the Duke Fab Four Invitational B Singles draw.
At the OFCC Fighting Illini Invitational No. 81 Jonathan Wolff took down a pair of ranked foes, knocking off Notre Dame's No. 37 Casey Watt 6-2, 7-6 (3) and Illinois' No. 62 Abe Souza 7-6 (1), 6-4.
Danny Kreyman and No. 68 Iain Atkinson cruised to straight set wins over players from South Carolina, with Kreyman defeating Alexander Kostanov 6-4, 6-4, and Atkinson toppling Harry Menzies 6-3, 6-0 at the Duke Fab Four Invitational.
Wake Forest went 10-4 on the opening day, followed by two singles victories on day two and three singles wins on the final day at the UVA Fall Invitational in Charlottesville, Va. this past weekend.
Both doubles team, Martin Pavelec/Kayla Duncan and Kathryn Talbert/Emilee Malvehy, defeated opponents from William & Mary in the fifth place draw of the A Doubles match.
Wake's Kayla Duncan, Martina Pavelec and Kathryn Talbert all recorded singles wins on the final day of the tournament. No. 79-ranked Duncan took down Marshall's Dominika Zaparanza 6-1, 6-2, while No. 24 Pavelec defeated Utah's Evgenia Kryuchkova 6-3, 6-2.
Talbert also won with a 7-5, 1-6, 6-3 victory over Winthrop's Yasmine Alkema.