Defender Courtney Owen writes about Wake Forest's travels to Kennesaw, Ga.
Katie Stengel and Rachel Nuzzolese scored for Wake Forest
Wake Forest will try to reach the ACC finals for the second year in a row
With a win or a tie, Wake Forest will host the first round of the ACC Tournament
Three Demon Deacons earned their first points at Wake Forest
2011-12 ACC Honor Roll
2010-11 ACC Honor Roll
2009-10 ACC Honor Roll
2008 Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region All-Freshman Team
Played in 22 games for Wake Forest, making 11 starts ... Scored lone goal of the season against Clemson and notched lone assist against Nebraska ... Logged 57 minutes off the bench in Wake Forest's 2-0 victory over Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Started for the Deacs in both the quarterfinals (vs. Boston College) and semifinals (vs. Duke) of the 2011 ACC Tournament ... Scored her first goal of the season and second of her career against Clemson ... Played in the Demon Deacons' last 22 matches of the year after missing the first four while recovering from an injury ... Was a part of the Wake Forest back line that recorded 14 shutouts - the second-highest total in school history ... Notched her first point of the year with an assist against Loyola (Md.)
Two-time US Youth Soccer National Qualifier, including being named a finalist in 2007 ... Club player for Dallas Sting 90 in 2008 and Dallas Texans 90 Red from 2004-07 ... Club teams achieved a national top 10 ranking in six consecutive seasons, compiled a 123-17-13 record since 2003 and won the state cup in 2006 ... Member of the North Texas 89 ODP Team and earned a spot with the RIII 89 ODP Europe Tour Team and helped her squad to the 89 ODP National Championship ... Four-year letterwinner at Colleyville Heritage High and was a team captain in her junior and senior seasons.