No. 15 Deacs Return Home to Host Georgia Southern
Sept. 17, 2012
Wake Forest Notes
Deacs to Face Georgia Southern
No. 15 Wake Forest will return home from a three-game road trip and begin a three-game homestand on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at Spry Stadium against Georgia Southern.
How to Catch the Games
The game will be streamed live on WakeForestSports.com, as Evan Lepler will have the call.
You can also get live updates via the Wake Forest men's soccer Twitter account (@WakeMensSoccer).
Last Time Out
In its second conference game of the season, Wake Forest tied top-ranked North Carolina on the road, 0-0, to move to 0-0-2 in ACC play.
The Demon Deacons outshot the Tar Heels 11-10 for the game, including a 3-0 edge in the two overtime periods.
Michael Lisch earned his third shutout of the year by making a season-high four saves.
The game also marked the third-straight double overtime game for the Deacons.
Georgia Southern enters the game with a 2-4-0 overall record and has yet to start play in the Southern Conference.
Reed Norton and Joe Hughes are tied for top spot on the team with three goals apiece, while Norton has a team-leading seven points.
Wake Forest and Georgia Southern have met just one other time with the Demon Deacons coming out on top 8-0 on Nov. 9, 2002.
Bobby Gehring led the way for Wake Forest, notching a hat trick, while Ryan Alexander scored twice.
Wake Forest will return home to face non-conference foe Georgia Southern on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Spry Stadium.