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Go Deacs!

     After spending a little over a week and a half of my two weeks off at home in Hartford, Connecticut, I was able to spend the last few days at my Alma Mater Wake Forest University! I went specifically to attend the Wake vs UNC Football game, however, I was also able to reunite with some of my old teammates who are still on the team.

     When I first saw that the Symetra Tour had added a new event In Charlotte, NC,  I knew that if I could make work, I would love to stop by Wake on my way to the tournament. I am so happy I was able to go back for a few days and enjoy the Wake Forest scene with a bunch of great friends. 

     Unfortunate the Women's Golf Team was out of town for their first event of the season. However, that did not stop me from enjoying the beautiful Arnold Palmer golf complex located right on campus! 

     Although I loved my time at Wake Forest, being able to enjoy the athletics and atmosphere that Wake has to offer without the obligation of going to class and doing work was really refreshing. I am so proud to be a Deacon! Going there this past weekend really made me think about  how much I would love to go back Winston Salem for part of my off season this year! 

Below are a few pictures from my trip!

I had great warm dry seats in the Media section! 

     Fellow teammate Dolores White and I were invited to the press conference after our one point win over UNC! (Mike Campanaro, Coach Grobe, Tanner Price and Merrill Noel).

of course the Wake students rolled the quad! What an awesome tradition!

Cheyenne was here this weekend too! getting a little practice in at the on campus golf facility.

part of the practice facility on campus....

very proud to represent!