No. 15 Deacs Begin ACC with First Road Test
Senior Danny Wenzel has anchored a defense that has helped post two shutouts in the first three games.
Senior Danny Wenzel has anchored a defense that has helped post two shutouts in the first three games.
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Deacs Begin ACC with First Road Test
• No. 15 Wake Forest will begin the ACC schedule with its first trip away from Spry Stadium when the Demon Deacons take on Clemson at 7:30 p.m. at Riggs Field.

How to Catch the Games
• The game will be streamed on TigerCast at ClemsonTigers.com. Live stats will be available on the site, as well.
• You can also get live updates via the Wake Forest men's soccer Twitter account (@WakeMensSoccer).

Last Time Out
• Wake Forest won both of its games last weekend, defeating Boston Univeristy, 3-1, on Friday night and West Virginia, 1-0, on Sunday night.
Michael Gamble scored his first two career goals against the Terriers, while Chris Duvall also scored his first-career goal in the game.
Sam Fink headed in the game winner against West Virginia in the 72nd minute.
Luca Gimenez recorded two assists in the games, while Andy Lubahn, Duvall, Luciano Delbono and Jalen Robinson all recorded assists as well.

This Weekend's Opponents
• Clemson enters the conference schedule with a 1-2-1 record.
• The Tigers have scored two goals on the year. One was an own goal and the other came from TJ Casner.
• Clemson won its season opener, 1-0, over USC Upstate before tying Davidson (0-0), and falling to Indiana (3-0) and Notre Dame (2-1).

Series History
• Wake Forest leads the all-time series with Clemson 18-16-3.
• The Demon Deacons have an 11-game unbeaten streak against the Tigers, including their current eight-game winning streak.
• Clemson's last win over Wake Forest came on Nov. 30, 2002.

Next Up • Wake Forest will continue its three-game road trip when it heads to No. 18 Louisville on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

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