Andreu Cases Mundet
Andreu  Cases Mundet


Barcelona, Spain

High School:
Escola Lleo XII

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165



No. 5 Wake Forest Beats Loyola in Exhibition Finale

The Demon Deacons earned a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Brad Dunwell and Omir Fernandez in the last preseason tune-up.


Politz Named ACC Men's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Wake Forest senior Kevin Politz was one of five Demon Deacons picked to the All-ACC Academic Team.


No. 1 Wake Forest's Season Ends in Quarterfinal

Third-ranked Stanford defeated the Demon Deacons in the NCAA Quarterfinal, 2-0.


No. 1 Deacs Clinch Quarterfinal Berth with 2-0 Win over Butler

The Demon Deacons scored twice in the second half to lock up their third straight trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals.


Bakero's Late Winner Pushes No. 1 Deacs to Third Round

Wake Forest beat Columbia, 1-0, behind Jon Bakero's 89th-minute penalty kick in the second round of the NCAA Championship.


NCAA Quarterfinal: Stanford 2, Wake Forest 0

A historic season came to a close in a 2-0 loss to Stanford at Spry Stadium on Dec. 2.


NCAA Rd. 3: #1 Wake Forest 2, #19 Butler 0

The Demon Deacons clinched a berth in the NCAA quarterfinal with a 2-0 win over the Bulldogs on Nov. 26.



The Demon Deacons claimed their second-straight ACC Championship, edging Virginia in PKs after a scoreless draw.


ACC SF: No. 1 Wake Forest 2, No. 5 Clemson 1

The Demon Deacons advanced to their second-straight ACC Championship game with a 2-1 victory over the Tigers in the semis.


ACC QF: No. 1 Wake Forest 3, No. 9 Virginia Tech 0

The Demon Deacons scored twice in the opening four minutes and went on to defeat the Hokies, 3-0.

Bakero profile

2017 ACC Championship MVP

2017 (Sophomore)
Had a record-breaking season in his first full year as the starting Wake Forest keeper ... Broke the 10-year-old program record for goals-against average with a mark of 0.49, edging Brian Edwards' 2007 record of 0.50 ... Totaled 12 solo shutouts, a mark which ranks third in program history and one off the program record ... Was named the ACC Championship MVP by posting two shutouts in the three tournament games while making eight saves, not including a stop to help clinch PKs of the title game ... Had a .744 save percentage and an 18-2-2 record ... Posted six straight shutouts from Oct. 10-Nov. 5, holding opponents scoreless for 672:31, second-longest in program history ... Had two other shutout streaks of more than 300 minutes: 463:20 from Sept. 9-26 and 347:10 from Nov. 8 to Dec. 2 ... Totaled career-high six saves in 4-1 win over No. 12 Providence (Aug. 27) ... Shut out ACC opponents seven times: Virginia Tech (twice), Pitt, NC State, Boston College, Syracuse and Virginia ... Conceded just 11 goals all season, including two goals in a game just twice ... Started 22 games, playing the full 90+ every game but one.

2016 (Freshman)
After signing late in the summer with the Demon Deacons, Cases Mundet made an immediate impact by starting four of the first five games of the season with Alec Ferrell sidelined and did a marvelous job in finishing the season 6-2-0 in eight games with five shutouts ... Was forced into action in the team's first game of the NCAA Tournament after Ferrell reinjured his knee, and posted three shutouts in four games played throughout the tournament against Coastal Carolina (Nov. 20), Virginia Tech (Nov. 27) and Stanford (Dec. 11) ... In the national championship game, Cases Mundet tied his career high of five saves, while helping the Demon Deacons force a penalty shootout to decide the College Cup ... Also recorded a career-best five saves in the overtime win over Virginia (Sept. 10).

A graduate of Escola Lleo XII in 2015, Cases Mundet played with one of the world's most famous clubs - Barcelona - starting at the age of 12. During 2015-16, Cases Mundet spent the year playing for Barca's U19 team, which competed in the U19 UEFA Champions League. Additionally, Cases Mundet trained and saw time with Barcelona B in 2015-16.