WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS BASEBALL
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Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
2019 Record: 31-26
College World Series Championships: 1
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Baseball TicketsWake Forest Demon Deacons baseball dates back to 1924. It's believed that Wake Forest joined the now-defunct Southern Conference around 1937 and remained a member until 1953. Wake Forest became a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference prior to the 1954 season, and they have been affiliated with the ACC ever since. Over the course of the five-plus decades of ACC play, the Demon Deacons have made 11 NCAA postseason appearances, including a College World Series Championship in 1955 and a runner up finish at the end of the 1949 season. While it has been a long championship drought for the Demon Deacons, the team has experienced recent success in making the postseason. That recent success includes a very impressive 2017 season in which the Demon Deacons put up a 43-20 record and made a trip to the College World Series Super Regionals. You can get your tickets to see the 2020 Wake Forest Demon Deacons today at StubHub.
Where do the Wake Forest Demon Deacons play their home games?David F. Couch Ballpark is the home of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons' baseball team. The stadium initially opened in 1956 and has managed to maintain a lot of its classic, old-school style. The stadium's 6,000 seats are mostly made up of metal bench-style bleachers and there is an old-fashioned scoreboard above the fence in right-center field. As far as concessions go, there are standard ballpark fares in addition to a pretzel stand called Patriot Pretzel.
Do the Wake Forest Demon Deacons have any baseball rivalries?Most of Wake Forest's rivals are based on geography as the Demon Deacons typically schedule their series against other teams in and around the Winston-Salem area. These rivalries include games against High Point, Davidson, Charlotte, UNCG and Appalachian State.
Are there any Wake Forest Demon Deacons who now play in the Major League?Over 40 Demon Deacons from Wake Forest have made their break into the big league. Some of the more recent players include Tim Cooney of the St. Louis Cardinals, Chris Getz of the Chicago White Sox, Ryan Braun of the Kansas City Royals and Allan Dykstra of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Who is the head coach for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons' baseball team?2020 will be Tom Walter's 11th season as the head coach of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons' baseball team. After guiding the Demon Deacons to a wildly successful 2017 campaign, Walter was rewarded with a seven-year contract extension that will keep him in Winston-Salem through 2024. Wake Forest hosted and swept the NCAA Regionals in 2017. They came up only one game short in the Super Regionals against the eventual National Champion, the Florida Gators. The last several seasons have been the most successful of Walter's time at Wake Forest as he's had 36 players either get drafted or signed to MLB contracts. Walter has also put up seven winning records over the last eight seasons. By taking Wake Forest to the postseason, Coach Walter became one of only two coaches to take three different programs to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to being named the head coach at Wake Forest, Walter spent eight seasons at George Washington University and five seasons as the head coach of the New Orleans Privateers. Tom Walter goes into 2020 with a career record of 723-607 including 295 wins at Wake Forest, the second-most in program history.
Where can I buy Wake Forest Demon Deacons Baseball tickets?You can get your tickets to see the Wake Forest Demon Deacons baseball team and the rest of the ACC take to the diamond at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub. StubHub provides a secure checkout experience that ensures your privacy is protected.
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