Junior Lizzie Rae had a pair of goals to boost the offense
2011 (Senior) Missed the vast majority of the season due to a knee injury sustained during the spring ... Was able to make her season debut against ACC foe Virginia on Oct. 22, and scored a goal just 52 seconds after being inserted into the game, helping the Deacs claim a 5-0 victory ... Also saw time against Boston College and took one shot.
2010 (Junior) Appeared in 19 games and has made nine starts for Wake Forest this season ... Tallied her first assist of the season in a 5-3 win at Davidson on Sept. 17 ... Scored her first two goals of the season on her only two shots of the game in a 4-3 win against Radford on Oct. 13 ... Assisted on the Deacs first goal of the game against Boston College on Nov. 4 in the First Round of the ACC Tournament ... Scored twice in the ACC Tournament Semifinals against Maryland on Nov. 5, including a goal with just 2:20 remaining in regulation to bring the Demon Deacons within a goal ... Was the only Demon Deacon to score in 3-1 loss to Princeton on Nov. 13 in the First Round of the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship.
2009 (Sophomore) Played in 14 games and made her first career start at home in a 6-0 win over Davidson on Sept. 20 ... Also scored her first career goal against Davidson ... Dished out her first career assist against Appalachian State on Oct. 4 ... Took just three shots on the year, all against Davidson and Appalachian State.
2008 (Freshman) Played in three games including the NCAA Championship vs. Maryland (Nov. 23) ... Also played against Northwestern (Oct. 12) and Radford (Oct. 15).
Background Lettered at Colorado Academy from 2005-07 ... 2007 MVP ... First Team All-Conference ... First Team All-State ... Named most improved player in 2006 ... Honorable mention All-Conference 2006 ... Honor Roll Student.
Personal Full name is Kerry McAdam Ergen ... Born on May 6, 1990 ... Daughter of Charlie and Cantey Ergen ... Majoring in Communication and has a minor in Psychology ... Chose Wake because of the coaching staff and team, as well as the WFU atmosphere.