Kevin Politz
Kevin  Politz


Morganville, N.J.

High School:
Marlboro HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170



Politz Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

Wake Forest senior captain Kevin Politz now advances onto the ballot for Academic All-America.


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.


No. 1 Deacs Battle Orange to Scoreless Draw

Wake Forest posted its fifth-consecutive shutout on Senior Night at Spry Stadium.


No. 4 Deacs Top Wolfpack behind Second-Half Surge

Wake Forest scored three goals in a span of less than eight minutes, including two within 20 seconds to beat NC State, 3-0.


Bakero, Politz Named Senior CLASS Award Candidates

Wake Forest accounts for two of the three honorees from the ACC with captains Jon Bakero and Kevin Politz.


#DeacsInSpain: Men's Soccer Visits Spain - Trip Recap

Check out the one-stop spot to relive Wake Forest's 2016 spring break trip to Madrid and Barcelona from March 4 to March 13.


National Championship: Wake Forest vs. Stanford

Wake Forest vs. Denver December 11, 2016


College Cup: Wake Forest vs. Denver

Wake Forest took on Denver in the national semifinals on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.


A Season in Photos: 2016 Wake Forest Men's Soccer

Memorable images from the Demon Deacons' run to the College Cup


NCAA Tournament: Wake Forest vs. Coastal Carolina

Wake Forest defeated Coastal Carolina 2-0 at Spry Stadium in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.


ACC Champs!!!

Wake Forest defeated Clemson 3-1 in Charleston, S.C., on Sunday, Nov. 13, to claim the 2016 ACC Tournament title.

Kevin Politz profile

2016 (Junior)
Started all 25 games Wake Forest played in 2016, anchoring one of the best defensive units in the nation that finished the season with an 0.46 goals against average and set a program-record with nearly 856 minutes of scoreless soccer in September while posting seven-straight shutouts ... After the end of the regular season, was named Third Team All-ACC for his contributions throughout the season and picked up ACC All-Tournament honors after Wake Forest's first ACC Tournament championship in 27 years ... Had one assist on the season, tallying an assist on Wake Forest's only goal against Syracuse (Oct. 28) which helped the Deacs clinch the 2016 ACC Atlantic Division title ... Earned First Team NSCAA Scholar All-South Region for the first time in his career.

2015 (Sophomore)
Started each of the first 14 games at central defense before missing the rest of the season due to injury ... Scored his first two career goals in wins over Florida International (8/30) and Boston College (10/2) ... Only took three shots on the season ... Notched the go-ahead goal in the 40th minute against Florida International ... Helped Wake Forest to nine shutouts in the first 14 games, including a run that tied the program record with five-straight shutouts from Oct. 2 to Oct. 20.

2014 (Freshman)
Made an immediate impact on defense ... Started 18 games and played in all 19 games during the season ... Played all 90 minutes and made his collegiate debut against No. 4 UCLA (8/29) ... Started and played all 93 minutes in the overtime win over No. 21 UConn (9/5) ... Totaled three shots on goal during the season.

Member of the United States Under-17 National Team ... Ranked as the 24th best player in his class and the fourth-best defender by Top Drawer Soccer ... Named to the 2013 NSCAA Youth Boys All-America Team ... Played at the New York Red Bulls Academy under coach Paul O'Donnell ... With the Red Bulls, won the U.S. Soccer Academy National Championships in 2012 and 2013 ... Has played in six matches with the New York Red Bulls reserve team ... Named to the U.S. Soccer Academy Eastern Conference Starting XI in 2012 ... While a member of the United States Under-17 Residency Program from 2001-12, played in tournaments in Spain, France and Costa Rica.

Born March 22, 1996 in New Haven, Conn. ... Son of Mary and Ken Politz ... Ranked third in his high school class of 476 students

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