Bayley Feist
Bayley  Feist


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Oak Hills HS




Club Team:
Kings Hammer Academy


Spring Soccer: Demon Deacons Continue Spring Slate

The Deacs have a 2-0-1 record in spring play


Six Deacs Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Hannah Betfort, Bayley Feist, Ally Haran, Maddie Huster, Vicky Krug and Lindsay Preston were all honored by the conference


No. 11 Irish Edge Deacs with Late Goal

Notre Dame's Megan McCashland scored the game-winner in the 88th minute as Wake Forest fell, 1-0.


Deacs Defeat Syracuse in Double OT, 3-2

Sarah Teegarden's free kick at the 107:52 mark was the game-winner in the back-and-forth contest.


No. 13 Clemson Hands Deacs First Loss, 2-1

Peyton Perea scored late and Lindsay Preston made eight saves, but the Tigers struck twice in the second half to claim the win.


Wake Forest 3, Old Dominion 1

The Demon Deacons battled back after allowing an early goal to beat Old Dominion, 3-1, to improve to 7-0-0.


Wake Forest 3, Old Dominion 1

The Demon Deacons battled back after allowing an early goal to beat Old Dominion, 3-1, to improve to 7-0-0.


No. 11 Notre Dame 1, Wake Forest 0

The Fighting Irish scored a late goal to defeat the Demon Deacons, 1-0.


Wake Forest vs. Boston College

Wake Forest earned its first ACC win of 2016 with a 2-0 win over No. 25 Boston College.


Wake Forest 2, San Diego 1

The Demon Deacons battled back from a halftime deficit to win the season-opener over the Toreros, 2-1, on Aug. 19.


Wake Forest 2, Louisville 1

The Demon Deacons wrapped up the 2015 season by taking down ACC foe Louisville, 2-1, at Spry Stadium on Senior Day.


Wake Forest vs. William & Mary

The Demon Deacons played the Tribe of William & Mary to a 1-1 draw on Friday evening, Sept. 4.

-2017 All-ACC Third Team
-2017 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Third Team
-ACC Offensive Player of the Week (10/17/2017)
-TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week (10/17/2017)

2017 (Junior):
Started all 21 games for Wake Forest, recording 1719 minutes…Led the team with a career-best eight goals…Also recorded two assists for a total of 18 points…Recorded her first goal of the season in the upset victory over No. 3 South Carolina (Aug. 24)…Scored at George Mason (Sept. 1)…Scored two goals in the 4-1 victory at Michigan State (Sept. 7) where she managed five shots, four of which were on goal…Recorded both goals in the win over Florida State (Oct. 15), earning ACC Offensive Player of the Week Honors on Oct. 17 and TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week Honors…Found the back of the net against Miami (Oct. 26), recording a season-high seven shots, while also recording an assist…Scored the lone goal in the ACC Championship game against Virginia (Oct. 29)…Recorded an assist against Charlotte (Aug. 27)…Finished the season with a team-leading 54 shots, 30 of which were on goal…The 30 shots on goal were the 10th most in a season in program history…Earned a spot on the All-ACC Third Team and United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Third Team.

2016 (Sophomore):
Appeared in all 18 matches and made 10 starts ... Finished second on the team in goals (five), points (12) and shots (38), also tying for the team lead in game-winning goals and shots on goal (20) ... Scored three goals in the first four games, including the game-winner in the season-opener against San Diego (Aug. 19), as well as scores at FIU (Aug. 25) and UNCG (Aug. 28) ... Also found the back of the net against Old Dominion (Sept. 9) for a game-winner, as well as against Syracuse (Oct. 20) ... Recorded a two-assist game against New Hampshire (Sept. 4) ... Recorded season-highs of eight shots and five shots on goal against the Orange.

2015 (Freshman):
Played in all 19 games and made 10 starts in her inaugural campaign, finishing with six points on two goals and two assists ... Got off to a hot start with two assists in her first three games, including one each against Georgia and Samford ... Scored her first-career goal in a 3-0 win against Miami ... Also found the back of the net in a win over Louisville ... Totaled 20 shots, eight of them on target.

Four-year letterwinner at Oak Hills High School under head coach Chuck Laumann ... Rated as a four-star, No. 127 recruit nationally by TopDrawerSoccer, and also the No. 46 forward ... Earned first team all-state honors ... Named all-conference four times and all-city twice ... Notched three state cup championships, and three Midwest Regional League championships ... Played club soccer for Kings Hammer Academy under coach Jon Pickup â?¦ Finished in the top 11 at the national championship in 2012 and 2014 ... Named to the ODP state and regional teams from 2010-2014 ... Club teammate of fellow Deacon Madison Baumgardner.

Daughter of Steve and Sue Feist ... Born March 14, 1997 ... Full name is Bayley Elizabeth Feist.
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