Kandice Ball
Kandice  Ball


Pulaski, Va.

High School:
Oak Hill Academy





Deacs Storm Past Tar Heels 75-63

Wake Forest led for double digits most of the game on the way to a 75-63 victory over North Carolina, the first win over the Tar Heels since 2004.


Women's Basketball Shatters Attendance Record in Win Over Jacksonville

The Demon Deacons beat Jacksonville in front of 8,849 fans


Wake Forest Moves to 3-0 With Win Over Davidson

Sophomore Amber Campbell scored 20 points in the 77-58 victory


Quinn Posts Double-Double in 69-52 Win Over ETSU

Four Demon Deacons scored in double figures in the victory


Women's Basketball Opens Season With Win Over LSU

Deacs held off LSU for a 60-57 win on opening night


Behind The Scenes: On the Road with the Deacs

Behind The Scenes: On the Road with the Deacs


2015 Wake Forest Women's Basketball: Deacs Storm Past Tar Heels 75-63

Wake Forest women's basketball took down North Carolina 75-63 on Jan. 21, 2016, for the first time since the 2004 season.


2015 ACC Media Day

Head coach Jen Hoover, sophomore Amber Campbell and senior Kandice Ball represented the Wake Forest women's basketball team at ACC Media Day in Greensboro.


Wake Forest vs. North Carolina

Wake Forest used a hot start to build a double-digit lead on the way to beating North Carolina 75-63.


Wake Forest vs. Jacksonville

In front of a program-record crowd of 8,849, the Wake Forest women's basketball team picked up a 57-51 win over Jacksonville


Wake Forest vs. LSU

Wake Forest took down LSU 60-57 in the season-opener to move to 14-2 in its last 16 season-opening contests.


Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame 2-20-14

Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame 2-20-14

2014-15 (Junior)
Appeared in 32 games with 13 starts … Averaged 2.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 13.6 minutes per game … Finished with 29 assists, 16 blocks and 10 steals ... Opened the season with first career double-double (13 points, 12 rebounds) in the win over Longwood … Grabbed eight rebounds in win over Montana … Scored eight points in seven minutes off the bench against American … Grabbed seven rebounds with four points and two assists in win over Clemson … Pulled down game-high 11 rebounds with six points and two blocks against Miami … Scored career-high 14 points with eight rebounds and three assists in win over No. 22 Syracuse in the second round of the ACC Tournament.

2013-14 (Sophomore)
Played in all 31 games and made 17 starts ... Averaged 2.8 points and 3.9 rebounds per game ... Was second on the team with 19 blocked shots ... Had 10 steals and 23 assists ... Averaged over 15 minutes per game ... Played a then career-high 17 minutes in the season-opener at Marquette (11/9) ... Scored her first points of the season at Delaware (11/15) ... Had a then career-high six points and five rebounds against Radford (11/22) ... Made her first collegiate start at Nevada (11/30) ... Tied a then career-high with eight rebounds and six points while playing a career-high 29 minutes against NC State (1/12) ... Had her best game as a Deacon at Clemson (1/20), finishing with career-highs of 12 rebounds and six blocked shots ... Dished-out a career-high three assists to go along with seven rebounds at Boston College (1/26) ... Took a key charge late in the game against Boston College (1/26) that help preserve the lead ... Dished-out a career-high four assists against Virginia (1/30) ... After notching back-to-back games of a career-high seven points, set a new career-high with nine points in the win over Virginia Tech (2/13) ... Grabbed nine rebounds in the ACC Tournament victory over Pitt (3/5) ... Had eight points on 4-of-5 shooting in the season-finale against North Carolina (3/6).

2012-13 Highlights (Freshman)
Improved throughout her freshman campaign ... Saw action in nine games and finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds ... Made her Demon Deacon debut against No. 2 Connecticut and scored her first career point on a free throw ... Scored two points and grabbed five rebounds in just five minutes of action against Nevada ... Played in her first ACC game against NC State ... Grabbed a rebound and scored two points in the waning seconds against Virginia Tech ... Scored a career-high three points and blocked the first shot of her career at Maryland.

2012-13 Game-by-Game
Made her Demon Deacon debut and went 1-of-2 from the free throw line to go along with one rebound against No. 2 Connecticut (11/22) ... Saw four minutes of action at Illinois (11/29) and grabbed a pair of rebounds ... Made her first career field goal and finished with two points, one steal and one rebound against Charleston Southern (12/1) ... Scored two points and grabbed five rebounds in just five minutes of action against Nevada (12/31) ... Played the final 18 seconds of the win over NC State (1/6) ... Had one turnover in just one minute of action against Duke (1/13) ... Played two minutes and missed her only shot attempt against Georgia Tech (2/21) ... Grabbed a rebound and scored two points in the waning seconds against Virginia Tech (2/28) ...

Full name is Kandice Breanna Ball ... Forn on July 12, 1994 ... Daughter of Melissa Anderson and Lonnie Ball ... Is playing this season at Oak Hill Academy after attending Pulaski County High School from 2008-10 ... Earned first team All-District honors in 2009-10 ... Received a scouts grade of 90 according to ESPN HoopGurlz ... Was ranked as the No. 30 forward in the class of 2012 according to ESPN HoopGurlz ... Was a member of the honor roll at Pulaski County ... Plays for Randy Dunton of the Team Virginia Club Team.