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Her recovery continues to go well. What did the contributions of Tony Bresky, and of the new facilities, mean to that success? Wellman: Tony has quickly established our program as a force in the ACC and nationally. for January 2013

We have a bright future with his. The new tennis facilities have made a huge difference. Excellent facilities are a major factor in successful recruiting and training What excites you about that program? He believes that this is going to be an excellent team. He is getting back to the style of play that he used when he first came to Wake Forest One characteristic that really has Jim enthused is that we will be a very physical team next year.

It should be good year for the Deacs. Gold Rush: Both basketball squads had big moments during the season, and brought the curtains down on the careers of C. Our freshmen.

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Those freshmen gained valuable experience. Each of our players continued to improve throughout the season, which should give our fans confidence about next year. We have a good group of returning players plus another good recruiting class coming to our program. Next year we intend to return to our historical competitiveness, which will produce an exciting season for us.

Transitioning to a new coach is always a challenge but, like our men, we played well at the end of the season and had an impressive ACC Tournament win. Our future is very bright with Jen leading our program. Gold Rush: What can you say about the plans for Joel Coliseum? What would a change in ownership there mean to the program?

Wellman: If we are successful the final sale contract could be completed by July , we look forward to making important improvements to the coliseum that will give our fans the amenities that are important. Our first step in the process would be to engage a group to masterplan the facility. We will need to finalize our vision for the coliseum and determine the priorities and process to achieve that vision. Ultimately, our goal will be to make sure that the coliseum is an asset to our basketball programs, university and community. Gold Rush: What other new or planned facilities are you excited about?

Wellman: There are a number of facility improvements that are critical to the future success of our program. First and foremost, we must improve our Strength and Conditioning Center. It is a facility that is not only critical as a training center but also as a recruiting tool. In addition, the renovation of Bridger Field House, especially the football locker room and entire first and second floors, is important to our football program and fan experience. Other projects that are important to the success of our program include the Golf House, Spry Stadium practice and game field renovations and Wake Forest Baseball Park seating.

One project that is currently underway is the Walt Chyzowych Hill at Spry Stadium, which will be a welcomed fan amenity for our soccer fans. That project will be completed by the start of our season in the fall. Just ask Karen Forman. In the summer of , a coaching change left Wake Forest with an uncertain future, and new coach Jeff Wyshner needed to build a recruiting base from scratch.

The Del Mar, Calif. Older sister Jennifer, WFU class of , liked the academics. Karen was looking for a school with both of those attributes, plus a small school where she could fit in socially, so WFU was on her radar early on. But, she said, it was never a case of. But we all chose it for different reasons. My sister discovered it and fell in love with the place. Steven found it was a great fit for him as well, with tennis and academics. For me, I looked all over the country, big schools and small schools, and it looked right for me, too. She said the people were really what attracted her across the country to WinstonSalem.

Steven was a big encouragement to Karen as a young tennis player, Karen said. Because he was a college athlete, I realized he knew what he was talking about, and I looked up to him in a tennis sense. During February and March, the team lost six matches by margins in six weeks, and by the end of the month, they were still winless in ACC play. We were all capable of winning — we. Agassi has some really nice strokes, and I like Roger Federer a lot, too.

Kobe Bryant and my Grandma and Grandpa. Any prematch superstitions? Just pick up my racket and go. Favorite class: Accounting was a really big challenge for me. It was a really exciting moment, but it was also a turning point for us, to show us we could do it. Forman said she was improving her technical skills throughout the spring, but what really helped was a change in her mindset.

I can do this. She invested her time, went through the frustrations, and the end result, there she was in that last match on court at Virginia Tech, pulling that out. That was huge, for her and the team. Everything had to be more solid, closer to the sidelines, with more of a purpose. The squad followed up the win over the Hokies by beating Maryland, which shows it learned how to win. For reservations, please contact: for spa Option 4 for banquets Option 2 for room reservations or Toll free pmiwalter aol.

Each collection is branded with the Childress Vineyards mark. Items may be purchased in the Tasting Room or drop shipped directly to your home or business. Now take a look at the satellite images — over the east side of the stadium you will notice 13 courts that make up the Wake Forest Tennis Complex and home of the Winston-Salem Open. To the right of the Wake Forest Tennis Complex you will find the Indoor Tennis Center, which features eight indoor tennis courts and offices for our tennis coaches.

Surrounding all these wonderfully renovated facilities you will notice acres of parking to support these venues. With the purchase of the Joel, much of the land surrounding Deacon Boulevard will be owned solely by Wake Forest. The ultimate vision is to transform the area into a hub of activity — a thriving sports and entertainment district serving the athletic department, university and the entire Winston-Salem community.

Envision a premier multi-use space that would not only further enhance the gameday atmosphere, but could function as a destination days a year, boasting entertainment options, office space and living accommodations for professionals, students and retirees. Maybe we could even see the development of some type of pedestrian corridor connecting the complex to the beautiful Reynolda Campus of Wake Forest University just a mile down the road. As we continue to develop plans for this area, it is exciting to imagine the many possibilities.

The purchase of the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and its adjoining 33 acres not only adds to the potential for developing the Deacon Boulevard area, but it also gives us the flexibility, through operational and aesthetic changes, to make the facility a true home for Wake Forest basketball.

Acquiring the Joel is a significant piece of the puzzle in realizing our vision of creating a sports and entertainment destination for Wake Forest, the City of Winston-Salem and the Triad community. However, we recognize that with this opportunity, comes tremendous responsibility. Over the course of the next year, Wake Forest will engage with an architect in a master planning process for the future of the coliseum.

Our ultimate vision for this facility and the surrounding area may not be fully realized for another five, 10 or even plus years, but the future is bright, and the possibilities are inspiring for not only Wake Forest, but the entire Winston-Salem community. Reminder: Deacon Club Payment Deadline — June 30 Please note that payments on all outstanding pledges and balances for the year are due by June Payments can be made online at DeaconClub.

The deadline to register is Monday, July 15, at noon, so be sure to sign up today. Celebrate your Thanksgiving holiday and watch some great early season basketball as the Deacs battle in the Bahamas. Enjoy festivities wi th fellow Varsity Club members, as well as the home football game vs. ULM on Saturday, Sept.

Be on the lookout for a formal invitation coming to your mailbox soon! If you have any questions about this event, contact the Deacon Club at We hope to see you there! For details, please visit DeaconClub. Construction on the project is under way now and is expected to be completed in time for the first soccer game of the season. The new and improved viewing area, which will be known as the Walt Chyzowych Alumni Hill, will not only enhance the fan and studentathlete game experience and increase the stadium seating capacity, but will honor the enduring legacy of Coach Chyzowych.

Chyzowych would guide the Deacs to three more appearances in the NCAA Tournament before his unexpected passing just one day before the start of the season. His impact continues to be felt at Wake Forest and throughout collegiate soccer, and the Walt Chyzowych Alumni Hill will serve as a fitting reminder to alumni, student-athletes and fans of his many accomplishments. Bill Spry, who donated the funds to. I think it has been that in the past and has really helped in putting Wake Forest soccer on the map.

I hope moving forward that the players who have benefitted from playing there, along with other alumni and friends of the university, will participate in keeping it a facility that is first-rate and will give the coaches the tools they need to keep the program firstrate. The Auctioneer will not automatically assume that any bid — even a bid that increases your own, lower bid — was made in error.

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