Wake Forest may refer to:
- Wake Forest, North Carolina, a town near Raleigh, North Carolina
- Wake Forest University, a university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Wake Forest, name of the plantation owned by Calvin Jones (physician) that became the first home of Wake Forest University
- Demon Deacons, athletic teams from Wake Forest University
Other articles related to "wake forest":
... from high school and had been awarded an athletic scholarship to Wake Forest University in North Carolina to play for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons football team ... The Wake Forest Demon Deacons is a NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference ... It is unknown why he left Wake Forest University, whether it was from financial, academic or behavioral issues ...
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... Justice attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and played for coach Jim Grobe's Wake Forest Demon Deacons football team from 2003 to 2007 ... Along with Steve Vallos, he anchored a standout offensive line as Wake Forest won the 2006 ACC Championship and reached the Orange Bowl ...
... Connecticut beat Wake Forest by six, While George Mason,behind at the half, came back to win by three points over Mercer. 52 George Mason 69 New Mexico 70 UIC 59 New Mexico 66 New Mexico 66 Connecticut 60 Wake Forest 23 ... Connecticut 23 ... Connecticut 892OT Quinnipiac 83 Quinnipiac ...
Famous quotes containing the words forest and/or wake:
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