Lindsay Preston
Lindsay  Preston


Oviedo, Fla.

High School:
Oviedo HS




Club Team:
Florida Kraze Krush


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


Late Surge Not Enough in 1-0 Loss to Hokies

Wake Forest took three dangerous shots in the final 10 minutes, but Virginia Tech held on thanks to a first-half score.


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.


Wake Forest Defeats No. 25 Boston College, 2-0

Caroline Wooten and Reci Smith score in the win


No. 9 Duke Sneaks Past Wake Forest, 1-0

The Demon Deacons had one shot hit off the post and four others saved in the losing effort.


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. William & Mary

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


Wake Forest vs. Georgia - Aug. 23, 2015

The Demon Deacons opened the 2015 season by taking down Georgia, 4-0, at Spry Stadium on Aug. 23.


Wake Forest vs. James Madison

The Demon Deacons fell to James Madison 2-1 in a women's soccer contest on Friday evening.

-2017 All-ACC Second Team

Career Summary
A four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain, Lindsay Preston started 64 games in goal, the second-most in program history, and spent 5,900 minutes between the posts…She finished second in individual career records with 238 saves, third with a 3.35 saves per game average, fourth with a 1.17 goals against average and third with 29 career wins…Her 18.8 career shutouts sit second all-time.

2017 (Senior)
Team captain…Started all 21 games for the Demon Deacons…Posted eight solo shutouts and three combined shutouts for 11 total shutouts, the fourth-most by a team in program history…Preston’s 8.3 season shutouts are good for second all-time…Finished the season with an 11-6-4 record, 61 saves and a save percentage of .792, the fourth highest in a season…Her individual goals against average of 0.76 was good for fifth all time while the team’s combined 0.73 goals against average set the program record…Made a season high eight saves in a 0-0 draw at Louisville (Oct. 19)…Also recorded three saves in the team’s 3-2 upset victory over No. 3 South Carolina (Aug. 25), four saves in the program’s first-ever win against Notre Dame (Sept. 29) and one save in a 2-1 win over Florida State (Oct. 15)…Finished with two saves in the ACC Championship game against Virginia (Oct. 29), four saves in the NCAA First Round game against Georgetown (Nov. 10) and two in the second round against Penn State (Nov. 17)…Recorded shutouts against Georgia (Aug. 18), Davidson (Aug. 20), Charlotte (Aug. 27), George Mason (Sept. 1), Michigan (Sept. 10), Pitt (Sept. 15), Syracuse (Sept. 21), Virginia Tech (Oct. 5), Louisville (Oct. 19), Miami (Oct. 26) and Georgetown (Nov. 10)…Was named to the All-ACC Second Team.

2016 (Junior)
Appeared in 17 contests and made 16 starts ... Posted four solo shutouts and two combined shutouts ... Finished the year with a 9-7 record, 1.06 goals-against average and .770 save percentage ... Started the year 7-0 with three solo shutouts and two combined shutouts as the Deacs went undefeated in non-conference play ... Made a pair of saves in an ACC shutout win over Boston College (Oct. 15) ... Also shut out La Salle (Aug. 21), UNCG (Aug. 28) and Dartmouth (Sept. 2) ... Tallied a season-high eight saves against Clemson (Sept. 16) ... Finished the year with 57 total saves.

2015 (Sophomore)
Split time in goal, appearing in 16 matches and making 10 starts ... Earned a shutout at Alabama and was a part of three total shutouts ... Finished the year with a 4-9-1 record, .750 save percentage and 1.39 goals-against average ... Made a season-high nine saves in a 1-0 loss to No. 2 North Carolina ... Recorded victories against Georgia, Oregon, George Mason and Louisville ... Made 48 total saves.

2014 (Freshman):
Posted one of the best seasons ever for a Wake Forest freshman goalkeeper ... Recorded five shutouts, most for a Deacon freshman since Laura Morse had six in 2006 ... Finished the year with a 5-8-3 record, .720 save percentage and 1.65 goals-against average ... Earned a three-save shutout in her Wake Forest debut against Wright State ... Posted perhaps her best game of the year against No. 13 Georgetown, saving all seven shots on goal in a shut out when ... Also earned a clean sheet against NC State, No. 10 Virginia Tech and Syracuse ... Finished the year third in the ACC in saves (72), sixth in saves per game (4.24) and seventh in shutouts ... Saved a career-high nine shots at top-ranked UCLA... Made five or more saves in nine games.

Played three years in goal at Oviedo High School under Head Coach Scott Waisanen ... Posted a 47-12-8 record between the posts for the Lions ... Member of the squad that went 20-1-3 and captured the Class 6A State Championship in 2011 ... Named Oviedo's Rookie of the Year in 2011 and the Defensive Player of the Year in 2012 ... Was the starting goalkeeper for the Orlando Sentinel 2011 All-Central Florida Team and was the only freshman honored ... Earned Seminole Area Conference Second Team honors in 2011 and was a First Teamer in 2012 ... Competed in the 2014 Seminole County All-Star Game ... Won the Florida Premier League Championship in 2012 ... Named an ESPY Player to Watch by Top Drawer Soccer in 2011 ... Served as the team captain for the FKK U15-U18 teams from 2011-14 ... Did not surrender more than 0.82 goals per game in a calendar year.

Daughter of John and Jennifer Preston ... Born March 28, 1996 ... Full name is Lindsay Anne Preston.
Spring Game