For more information call the Wake Forest Sports Marketing Department at (336) 758-5011.
Nov. 13 vs. UMBC - Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Classic - In honor of Veteran's Day and Lawrence Joel, Wake Forest will celebrate veterans and active duty personnel at the Demon Deacon Basketball game vs. UMBC on Tuesday, November 13 at 8 p.m. at the LJVM Coliseum. U.S. veterans of any military service branch or active duty military personnel and their immediate families will receive free admission to the game. Veterans or their family representatives can come to the Joel Coliseum on game night where Wake Forest will be distributing tickets at a table outside the student entrance. Military I.D. must be presented to receive tickets. In addition to providing free tickets, Wake Forest will recognize veterans and military personnel during Friday evening's game. For more information contact Blake Edmunds at 336.758-5010.
Dec. 4 vs. Arkansas - Hanes Brands Sock Night - Hanes Brands is proud to partner with Wake Forest athletics for the first ever "Sock Night" at the Coliseum for the Demon Deacons' game against Arkansas on Friday, December 4th. Fans are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped sock to the game. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Fans will receive a free ticket to the game with the donation of a new, unopened pair of socks. All game day donations will be collected by The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem and will be given to those in need in the Winston-Salem area. Tickets available while supplies last.
Dec. 15 vs. UNCG - "Make a Difference" Cancer Awareness - The Wake Forest basketball program is committed to raising awareness of cancer and its research. This year's "Make A Difference" game is Tuesday, December 12, vs. UNC Greensboro at 7 p.m. in the Coliseum. The team will be dawning special pink uniforms as a sign of appreciation for those who have fought against breast cancer. A silent auction will take place in the Coliseum lobby; the auction will end promptly at halftime. Proceeds raised from all cancer awareness games at Wake Forest this season will benefit the North Carolina Triad affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. For more information contact Blake Edmunds at (336) 758-5010.
Feb. 6 vs. Florida State - Literacy Program - The Wake Forest Literacy Program is for fourth-grade students in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School District. This program started in 2009 and is dedicated in memory of the late Skip Prosser, the Wake Forest's coach from 2001-07. Coach Prosser valued reading and education, aspects that he always stressed to his players. This program runs from September to November each year. Students reach different levels of the program by reading books and earning more prizes with each level. The top two levels, Deacon All-American and Deacon Champion, receive a ticket to a Wake Forest men's basketball game. At this game, there is a halftime recognition ceremony for the Deacon Champions on the court with the Deacon. For more information contact Jacqui Sharpee in the Wake Forest Sports Marketing office at (336) 758-3255.
Feb. 21 vs. Boston College - Wake Forest Spirit Night - Wake Forest athletics would like to invite all cheer and dance teams along with members and their families out to the Wake Forest vs. Boston College game on Sunday, Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. Participants of Wake Forest Spirit Night will receive a special discounted ticket to the game. This includes a clinic taught by the Wake Forest cheer and dance team, participation in the halftime performance at the Boston College game, and a popcorn and drink voucher with your game ticket. For more information contact Kurt Birkins at (336) 758-4034.
Feb. 28 vs. Virginia Tech - Senior Night - Wake Forest athletics invites all Demon Deacon fans to say goodbye to your 2015-16 senior class with special pre-game activities. It's sure to be a day to remember so come out and show your senior class the support they deserve!