Mike McCrary

Michael McCrary is remembered as one of the best players on one of the best teams in Wake Forest football history.

As a defensive lineman on Wake Forest's 1992 Independence Bowl championship team, McCrary was a second-team All-ACC selection. That fall, he set the school's single-season record for sacks (16) and tackles for loss (24). McCrary remains the school's career leader in sacks (30) and is second in career tackles for loss (46).

After earning varsity letters in three seasons for the Deacons, he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the seventh round in 1993. McCrary played in Seattle for four years before moving to Baltimore. The native of Vienna, Va., made two Pro Bowls as a member of the Ravens (1998-99) and helped the team win Super Bowl XXXV. McCrary retired after the 2003 season and was inducted into the Baltimore Ravens Ring of Honor.

Stephanie Neill Harner

Stephanie Neill Harner, the first four-time All-American in ACC women's golf history, has her name permanently etched in the Wake Forest and conference record books.

Harner owns or shares many significant records in Wake women's golf history, including the top individual 18-hole score (67) and the most tournament wins in a career (8), including the 1993 ACC Championship. A model of consistency, Harney finished outside of the top 10 just four times during her illustrious career.

Harner was named to the All-ACC team each of her four years and was tabbed the ACC Player of the Year in 1995. During the ACC's 50th anniversary celebration, Harner was one of 10 Wake Forest golfers named to the team. She was also one of three former Demon Deacons named to the ACC's Top 50 Female Athletes list.

Following her graduation in 1995, Harner competed professionally on the Futures Tour and the Ladies' European Tour. She returned to her alma mater to serve as an assistant coach under Dianne Dailey in 2003-04 and was inducted into the Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

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