at Georgia Tech – L, 64-56

Game Story

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 3, 2018
Atlanta, GA (McCamish Pavilion)

GAME NOTES

DEACS CONCLUDE REGULAR SEASON AT GEORGIA TECH
• Wake Forest ends the regular season Saturday with a visit to Georgia Tech
• The winner of the game will be the No. 13 seed at the ACC Tournament, while the loser will be the No. 14 seed
• The Deacs are looking to end the regular season with a road victory for the second consecutive year (last season won 89-84 at Virginia Tech in regular season finale)

SERIES HISTORY
• Georgia Tech leads 41-40 (Georgia Tech leads 27-9 in Atlanta, 3-0 at McCamish)
• Wake Forest won the first meeting of the season, 79-62, on Feb. 14 in Winston-Salem
• The Deacs are looking for their first season sweep of the Yellow Jackets since 2002-03
• The Yellow Jackets have won the last 11 meetings in Atlanta, as the Deacs’ last road win the series came in 2003-04

LAST TIME OUT
• Wake Forest suffered a 76-71 loss to Notre Dame on Feb. 24 in its home finale
• Mitchell Wilbekin led the team with 14 points on his senior day, tying a career high with four 3-pointers

DEACS FROM DEEP
• Wake Forest ranks third in the ACC in 3-point percentage at 38.3
• Last year the Deacs shot 38.5 percent as they made a school-record 268 triples
• In ACC play, Wake Forest ranks fourth at 37.9 percent from 3-point range, making 7.8 triples per game
• The Deacs have made at least eight 3-pointers in 11 of 17 ACC games this season
• Seven different Deacs have made multiple 3-pointers in a game this season (only six Deacs accomplished the feat last season)

DOUBLE-DOUBLES FOR MOORE
• Doral Moore has eight double-doubles in ACC play (T-3rd in conference play)
• He is one of three players averaging a double-double in ACC play (Marvin Bagley III, Luke Maye)
• His eight ACC double-doubles matches John Collins’ total from ACC play last season

UP NEXT
• The Deacs travel to Brooklyn for the ACC Tournament, beginning Tuesday at Barclays Center
• With a win today, Wake Forest would be the No. 13 seed and open the tournament at noon on Tuesday
• With a loss today, Wake Forest would be the No. 14 seed and open the tournament at 7 p.m. on Tuesday