Game time is set for 5 p.m. at Spry Stadium
Nov. 16, 2012
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Deacs Host Chanticleers in Second Round
The Last Meeting
October 23, 2007
Wake Forest earned the No. 15 seed in the 2012 ACC Men's Soccer Championship and will host Coastal Carolina on Sunday at 5 p.m. at Spry Stadium in the Second Round.
The Chanticleers defeated Elon 3-0 on Thursday night to advance in the Second Round.
Tickets for Sunday night's game will be $7 for adults and $3 for youth, seniors and Wake Forest students. Children three and under will be admitted into the game for free.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling the Wake Forest ticket office at (336) 758-3322 and will also be available at the Spry Stadium box office on the day of the game.
How to Catch the Games
The game will be streamed live on WakeForestSports.com and will be free for all viewers. Steven Wright will have the call.
Also, be sure to follow the Wake Forest men's soccer on Twitter (@WakeMensSoccer) for updates throughout the game.
Last Time Out
Wake Forest was able to take a one-goal lead two separate times in the ACC Championship Quarterfinals against Virginia, but the Cavaliers tied it up both times and eventually advanced past the Demon Deacons 5-3 in PKs.
Michael Gamble got the Deacs on the board in the 22nd minute on a nice pass from Sean Okoli before Virginia tied it up before half in the 33rd minute.
Okoli then put Wake Forest on top when he headed home a nice cross by Chris Duvall in the 51st minute. Just over five minutes later, Virginia again tied the scored.
After two scoreless overtime periods, Virginia was perfect on penalty kicks and moved on to the ACC Championship Semifinals.
Coastal Carolina ended the regular season ranked No. 13 in the NSCAA poll.
The Chanticleers have an impressive 19-2-2 record and went a perfect 10-0-0 in the Big South. CCU also won its first two games of the Big South Tournament before being upset by Winthrop 3-2 in the championship match.
Pedro Ribeiro scored twice and Matt Risher scored once in Coastal's 3-0 win over Elon in the First Round on Thursday.
Ashton Bennett and Ricky Garbanzo have led the Chanticleers on the season with 15 goals and 13 goals, respectively.
Wake Forest and Coastal Carolina have met just four times in school history and have never met in the postseason.
The Demon Deacons are a perfect 4-0 against the Chanticleers, with two of those wins coming at Spry Stadium.
In the last meeting, Wake Forest was victorious 5-0 on Oct. 23, 2007. The Deacs got a pair of goals from Marcus Tracy and one goal apiece from Julian Valentin, Lyle Adams and Austin da Luz en route to the win.
The winner of Sunday night's game will advance to the Third Round and will play the winner of No. 2-seed Maryland and Brown on Sunday, Nov. 25.