Sarah Medina
Sarah  Medina


Miami, Fla.

High School:
Palmer Trinity School




Club Team:
Florida Kraze Krush


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.


Wake Forest Finishes Non-Conference Slate Unbeaten

By defeating Davidson, 1-0, on Sunday, the Demon Deacons head into the ACC schedule with an 8-0-0 record.


Deacs Rebound After Early Goal to Beat ODU, 3-1

Wake Forest scored three unanswered goals Maddie Huster, Bayley Feist and Jenna Romano to erase a 1-0 deficit and improve to 7-0-0.


Deacs Rally Past UNCG in Second Half, 3-0

Sarah Medina, Bayley Feist and Sarah Teegarden each scored second-half goals, while Reci Smith tallied a pair of assists.


Wake Forest Falls to JMU in Exhibition

Sarah Medina scored a goal for the Demon Deacons in a 4-1 loss.


Wake Forest vs. William & Mary

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

Career Summary:
Sarah Medina started in 41 of 72 games played for a total of 3,902 minutes…Recorded 21 career points on five goals and 11 assists…Took 59 shots, 24 of which were on goal, and recorded a game-winning goal in both her sophomore and junior campaign.

2017 (Senior):
Started in 11 of 21 games played for a total of 952 minutes…Finished tied for second on the team with three assists…Recorded an assist at Davidson (Aug. 20), in the upset victory over then No. 3 South Carolina (Aug. 24) and at Notre Dame (Sept. 29) in the program’s first-ever victory over the Irish…Took 17 shots with five of those being on goal.

2016 (Junior):
Played in 16 total games and made four starts as she recovered from an injury suffered in the spring season ... Finished with five points on a goal and three assists ... Scored the game-winning goal off the bench at UNCG (Aug. 28) ... Was second on the team with three assists, coming in wins over Old Dominion (Sept. 9), Davidson (Sept. 11) and Syracuse (Oct. 20) ... Took 11 shots, five of them on target.

2015 (Sophomore):
Recorded a breakout sophomore campaign, leading the team in goals (four) and points (11), finishing second with three assists ... Played in all 19 games, making 14 starts ... Saw action at forward and defender ... Her four goals came in a six-game span against William & Mary, UCLA, Miami and UNCW ... Dished out assists against Oregon, Pitt and Boston College ... Tied for second on the team with 24 shots, 11 of them on target ... Goal against William & Mary was the first of her career, while the score against Miami was her first game-winner.

2014 (Freshman):
Had a great start to her Wake Forest career, earning assists in each of the first two games ... Finished tied for second on the team in assists (two) ... Played in 16 games, making 12 starts ... Saw action at the right back and forward positions ... Took seven shots, including shots on goal against Wright State, James Madison and No. 13 Georgetown ... Was in the starting lineup in all of Wake Forest's victories.

Played varsity soccer under Head Coaches Sarah Keminis, Akram Molaka, Joseph Roberts and Phil Gentles ... Spent 2009-12 and 2014 at Palmer Trinity School and attended 1st Academy Leesburg in 2013 ... Earned 1-A District Championships from 2010-12 and 2014 ... Won the 1-A Regional Championship in 2012 and 2014 ... Finished as the State Runners-up in 2012 and third in 2014 ... Captured the Orlando District Championship in 2013 ... Earned "Player of the Week" accolades from the Miami Herald Newspaper three times ... Member of the ODP Regional Team in 2008-09 and 2011-12 ... Competed on the U14 National Team ... Was an honorable mention for the 2010 Miami Herald All-County Team before earning First Team accolades in 2011 and 2012 ... Earned Palmer Trinity's MVP award in 2014 ... Member of the 2014 Florida Coaches All-Star State Team ... Copa Dorada Radio's 2014 Hispanic Female Athlete of the Year ... Netted a school record 52 goals in just 23 games during the 2011-12 season and had 48 goals in 24 games in 2013-14.

Daughter of John and Susan Medina ... Born Feb. 12, 1996... Full name is Sarah Ray Medina ... Received the Head Master's Award at Palmer Trinity and graduated with honors
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