Raegyn Branch
Raegyn  Branch

RS Sophomore

Arlington, Tenn.

High School:



2017-18 (Redshirt Freshman)
Appeared in 30 of the team’s 31 games off the bench, averaging 3.1 points in 10.2 minutes per contesst … Scored five points and grabbed four rebounds in first collegiate game against Texas Southern (Nov. 10) … Scored a career-high 10 points in the team’s road win at College of Charleston (Dec. 21) … Tied her career high of 10 points at Georgia Tech (Jan. 21) … Played season-high 24 minutes and scored five points in the team’s road victory at Miami (Jan. 7).

2016-17 (Freshman)
Suffered a ruptured Achilles in preseason workouts ... Missed the entire 2016-17 season and will receive a medical redshirt.

High School
Helped lead Arlington High School to the AAA State Tournament for the first time in school history in 2015 and guided the Tigers to the championship in 2016 ... Collected All-District honors in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Named to the Regional All-Tournament Team in 2014-15 ... Participated in the 2016 Basketball Coaches Association of Tennessee (BCAT) All-Star Game, helping the West Team to an 87-75 win with 10 points, which was second on the team ... JumpOffPlus.com ranked Branch 3.5 stars and she is No. 189 in the country, according to All Star Girls Report.

What They're Saying...
"Raegyn is going to bring a versatile skill-set to us in the post. She can score with both hands on the low block and does a great job sealing early in transition. She also possesses consistent 3-point range and will get a lot of looks from the trail spot in our offense and also in pick and pop action. Raegyn has a great understanding of the game and makes those around her better. On the defensive end, her size, length and rebounding ability will help us immediately in the post." - Jen Hoover

"Raegyn is a post that has the ability to stretch a defense by stepping out to the perimeter. She is an excellent defender and her basketball IQ is extremely high. The greatest asset Raegyn brings is her work ethic and great attitude. She is such a wonderful person to be around all the time. She is also an excellent student. She has maintained a 4.0 GPA through all four years of high school and is very dedicated to her academics." - Hunter Gremore, head coach at Arlington High School

"I chose Wake Forest because of its strong academics, athletics and amazing coaching staff. When I was on campus I knew this was the school where I wanted to be for the next four years. I am truly happy to be a part of the Deacon family and I look forward to the many opportunities I will have." -- Raegyn Branch

Women's Football Camp