Brandon Servania
Brandon  Servania


Birmingham, Ala.

High School:
Lone Star HS (Texas)

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160



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.


Servania Signs Homegrown Contract with FC Dallas

Wake Forest freshman Brandon Servania has elected to begin his professional career after one season in Old Gold & Black.


Four Deacs Competing with U.S. Youth National Teams

Freshmen Mark McKenzie, Justin McMaster and Brandon Servania, as well as incoming freshman Isaiah Parente, are participating in the first-ever Youth National Team Summit Camp


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.


Deacs Claim Three ACC Yearly Honors

Jon Bakero was named ACC Offensive Player of the Year, Kevin Politz earned Defensive Player of the Year and Bobby Muuss was picked as Coach of the Year.


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.


NCAA Rd. 2: #1 Wake Forest 1, Columbia 0

The Demon Deacons scored in the 89th minute to sneak past the Lions, 1-0, and advance into the Sweet 16.



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.

Bakero profile

Homegrown Signee by FC Dallas of the MLS
ACC All-Freshman Team
ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 28, 2017)
TopDrawerSoccer National Player of the Week (Aug. 29, 2017)

2017 (Freshman)
Excelled in his only season at Wake Forest, totaling 17 points on three goals and 11 assists ... Tied Jack Harrison's freshman record with his 11 assists, a mark which ranks tied for seventh-most in a season in program history ... Burst onto the scene in a big way, totaling eight points on two goals and four assists in his first weekend ... That included two goals - one of them the game-winner - and two assists in the season-opening win over Rutgers (Aug. 25) and two more assists in a win over No. 12 Providence (Aug. 27) ... Also added assists against Saint Louis (Sept. 2), Louisville (Sept. 9), Pittsburgh (Sept. 16), NC State (Sept. 23), Boston College (Oct. 21) and two against Virginia Tech (Nov. 5) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the NCAA Tournament third round win over Butler (Nov. 26) ... Missed two games midseason to travel to Spain for a pair of international friendlies with the U.S. U-18 National Team ... Started 20 of the 21 games he played in, coming off the bench only in his first game after returning from Spain ... Took 44 total shots, 17 on goal ... Was rated by TopDrawerSoccer as the No. 1 freshman in the country midseason.

Rated as the No. 13 recruit in the nation, as well as the No. 2 prospect from Texas and the No. 7 midfielder nationally ... Member of the U.S. U-18 National Team ... Named an NSCAA All-American ... Was a USSDA U-15/16 National Champion and named to the Best XI ... Played under coach Francisco Molina with the FC Dallas Academy.

Full name is Brandon Iván Servania ... Born on March 12, 1999 ... son of Ken and Grisel Servania ... Member of the National Spanish Honor Society.

Muuss' Take
"Brandon is a winner both on and off the field. We believe he is one of the very best central midfielders in the country and will continue to improve and develop because of his honesty and humility. He has performed and won at every level he has been exposed to. Brandon can connect the game, as well as add points and goals higher up the field."

Women's Football Camp