Luis Argudo
Luis  Argudo


New York, N.Y.

High School:
Francis Lewis HS

Last College:

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 135



BACK-TO-BACK: No. 1 Wake Forest Wins ACC Championship

The Demon Deacons battled from behind in penalty kicks to win in PKs, 4-3, after a scoreless draw.


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 Strike Early to Beat Hokies, 3-0

Wake Forest scored twice in the opening four minutes for the first time in program history en route to its sixth-straight shutout in the ACC Quarterfinals.


No. 1 Deacs Battle Orange to Scoreless Draw

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


No. 2 Wake Forest Shuts Out Elon, 2-0

The Demon Deacons picked up their third straight shutout to extend their winning streak to 11 games.


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.


No. 4 Wake Forest 2, Pittsburgh 0

The Demon Deacons improved to 2-0 in ACC play and 6-1 overall with a 2-0 victory over Pittsburgh on Homecoming.


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.

2016 (Junior)
After transferring from Elon before the 2016 season, Argudo appeared in all 25 games Wake Forest played, starting each of the last 17 after coming off the bench in the first eight ... Finished the season with one goal and four assists for six points ... Scored his first goal as a Demon Deacon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Coastal Carolina (Nov. 20) ... His assists came in crucial moments throughout the season, assisting on the game's only goal against NC State (Sept. 24), the Deacs' lone goal at Syracuse (Oct. 28) which clinched the ACC Atlantic Division title, in the ACC Championship game against Clemson (Nov. 13) and Jon Bakero's game-winner against SIUE (Nov. 27) in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament ... Also drew two fouls which set up penalty kicks for Ian Harkes against Appalachian State and Marshall.

2015 (Sophomore at Elon)
Appeared in all 21 games Elon played, starting 19 of them ... Tallied two assists on the season and attempted 35 shots with 10 going on target ... Had an assist at Duke on Oct. 20 and also recorded an assists against Clemson in the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 22.

2014 (Freshman at Elon)
Appeared in 18 games, starting 10 contests ... Scored one goal and had one assist on the campaign ... Attempted 23 shots during the year with nine going on target ... Tallied an assist against Loyola Marymount on Aug. 31 and scored against Northeastern on Oct. 11.

High School
Was a member of the Francis Lewis High School varsity team for four seasons, finishing his prep career with 13 goals and 20 assists ... Played for coach Paul Riley on his club team and for Roger Sarmuksnis at Francis Lewis High School ... Earned English honors in high school.

Son of Luis Rafael and Luz Marcela Argudo ... Favorite soccer team is FC Barcelona and his favorite player is Andres Iniesta.

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