Kevin Conway
Kevin  Conway

RS Senior

Birmingham, Mich.

High School:
Detroit Country Day HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200




Five Deacs Chosen to All-ACC Academic Team

Kevin Conway, Parker Dunshee, Stuart Fairchild, John McCarren and Nate Mondou earned the honor, as Wake Forest was tied for second-most honorees in the league.


Kelly, Fossas Ink Pro Contracts

Wake Forest graduating seniors Garrett Kelly and Aaron Fossas signed with the Twins and Reds, respectively.


Wake Forest's Season Ends in NCAA Regional

Minnesota claimed an 8-3 victory to knock out the Demon Deacons in College Station.


Deacons Beat Minnesota in Regional Opener, 5-3

Parker Dunshee tossed a gem and Wake Forest hit three longballs to advance into the winner's bracket in an NCAA Regional for the first time since 2002.


No. 12 Clemson Edges Wake Forest, 5-4

The Demon Deacons were eliminated from ACC Championshi play, as a ninth-inning wild pitch proved to be the difference.


Kevin Conway - My Five

Kevin Conway - My Five


Wake Forest 5, Minnesota 3

The Demon Deacons opened NCAA Tournament play by taking down Minnesota, 5-3, to advance into the winner's bracket.


Wake Forest 10, Virginia 9

The Demon Deacons kept ACC Championship hopes alive with a 10-9 victory over No. 7-ranked Virginia in pool play.


Wake Forest 4, Duke 3

The Demon Deacons opened the ACC Championship with a 4-3 victory over Duke to advance into pool play.


Wake Forest Baseball 2016 Senior Day

The Demon Deacons fell to No. 4-ranked Louisville, 9-4, after honoring six seniors before the game.


No. 4 Louisville 3, Wake Forest 1

The Cardinals claimed the series-opening pitchers' duel from the Demon Deacons, 3-1.

2016 ACC All-Academic Team
2015 ACC All-Academic Team

Career Summary
Kevin Conway developed in each of his five seasons at Wake Forest, finishing his career as a middle-of-the-order hitter for the Demon Deacons ... Conway finishes his career with a .243 average in 136 games and 100 career starts, to go along with 17 doubles, three triples, two homers and 67 RBIs ... Recorded his 100th career hit in the 2016 NCAA Tournament against Minnesota, finishing with 101 ... Strong defensive outfielder, finishing with a .985 fielding percentage and never making more than one error in a season ... After starting just 17 games his first three years (including a redshirt season), made 83 starts his final two seasons.

2016 (Redshirt Senior)
Took a big step forward in his final season, setting career-highs in hits, runs, doubles, home runs, RBIs, walks and stolen bases ... Finished the year with a .259 average, eight longballs, 10 homers, 41 RBIs, 37 runs scored and 8-for-11 in stolen bases ... One of just four players to play in all 62 games, making 60 starts in the outfield ... Blasted seven homers in the final 23 games after hitting just one in the first 39 ... Recorded a 13-game hitting streak early in the year (Feb. 20-March 9) ... Hit Wake Forest's first inside-the-park homer in four years against Louisville (May 19) ... Went deep twice during Wake Forest's three-game sweep of North Carolina (Apr. 22-24) ... Finished the season without committing an error in 136 defensive chances ... Had 18 multi-hit games, including three-hit efforts against UMBC (Feb. 20) and High Point (March 15) ... In addition to Louisville and twice against UNC, also homered against VMI (Feb. 21), App State (Apr. 19), Virginia Tech (May 15), Virginia (May 27) and Minnesota (June 3).

2015 (Redshirt Junior)
Emerged as a regular contributor, playing in 35 games and making 23 starts ... Battled a nagging ankle injury the second half of the season ... Was hitting over .400 in late March ... Hit two home runs in a four-day span, first against Virginia Tech (March 8) then against Elon (March 11) ... Wrapped up the season with a .269 average and .409 on-base percentage, fifth-best on the team ... Had a strong season defensively, finishing with a .976 fielding percentage while starting at all three outfield positions ... Walked 15 times and was hit by seven pitches ... Scored 17 runs ... Tallied three-hit games against App State, Marshall and UNCG.

2014 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Made four starts and played in 12 games ... Started against Marshall (Feb. 17) and collected a hit ... Was hit by a pitch in the 12th inning against Davidson (Feb. 18) with the bases loaded to earn the game-winning RBI ... Had two RBIs at UNCG (Feb. 25) ... Scored a run as a pinch runner in the series win over Virginia (May 17).

2013 (Redshirt Freshman)
Played in 27 games and made 13 starts for Wake Forest ... Made his collegiate debut as a pinch hitter vs. Alcorn State on Feb. 15 ... Made his first-career start vs. New Mexico State on March 3 ... Also picked up his first-career hit against the Aggies ... Picked up one hit in 12 different games ... Scored a season-best two runs and hit his first-career home run vs. NC State on March 16 ... Hit a grand slam vs. High Point on April 10 ... Ended the season with 15 RBIs.

2012 (Freshman)
Did not see any time and was redshirted in 2012.

High School
Was named All-District and All-Region in 2010 ... Put together a 2-0 record and hit .300 in 2009 ... Was very effective at the plate in 2010 with a .435 average, 10 doubles, 23 RBIs and a .726 slugging percentage ... Played an integral part in his team's District and Regional Championship in 2009.

Son of Van and Sue Conway ... Economics major.

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