- Going undefeated in doubles, the ninth-ranked Wake Forest men’s tennis team got victories on Saturday over in-state foe Campbell (6-1) and South Carolina State (7-0) in the Indoor Tennis Center at Wake Forest. With Saturday’s wins, the Demon Deacons (10-0, 0-0 ACC) improved to 10-0 for the first time since 2018 when the program won its first ever NCAA championship.
- The No. 2-ranked Wake Forest women’s golf team begins its season on Sunday at the UCF Challenge at Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Fla. Senior Rachel Kuehn leads the team with a 70.13 stroke average through 15 rounds in the fall. On Sunday, Wake Forest will be paired with UCF and Mississippi State off the first tee in nine-minute intervals beginning at 9:15 a.m.
- Redshirt senior Janay Sanders scored her 1,000th college point in Appalachian State’s game against Coastal Carolina on Saturday. The Mountaineers lost to the Chanticleers 70-67 in Conway, S.C.
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- Pitcher Max Fried has lost to the Atlanta Braves in salary arbitration on Saturday. He’ll make $13.5 million in the upcoming season instead of his $15 million request. Fried was 14-7 for the second straight season and lowered his ERA to 2.48.
- Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy announced on Saturday that he’s added veteran offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to his staff, replacing Kellen Moore.
The United States swept its way into the group stage of the Davis Cup finals, getting the winning point in a 4-0 victory over Uzbekistan from the doubles team of Rajeev Ram and Austin Krajicek.