Wmmary 30 27 57
Wakeforest 23 40 63
Date of game: 11/23/2012

Recap: Wake Forest vs. William & Mary

Winston-Salem, NC (Sports Network) - C.J. Harris scored 18 points to lead the Wake Forest Demon Deacons to a 63-57 win over the William & Mary Tribe in a non-conference matchup at Joel Coliseum.

Despite shooting 0-of-8 from three-point range, Harris managed to lead the team in scoring by converting 10-of-11 attempts at the free-throw line for Wake Forest (3-2). Travis McKie added 15 points and six rebounds.

Marcus Thornton supplied 17 points for the Tribe (3-2) as it suffered its second consecutive loss. Tim Rusthoven just missed a double-double as he recorded 11 points and nine rebounds.

William & Mary ked by as many as 13 points before going into the intermission with a 30-23 advantage. The Demon Deacons shot just 31.0 percent from the field before halftime.

Wake Forest came back out of the break on a mission and shot 52.4 percent from the field as the team outscored the Tribe 40-27 in the second half to pulled off the come from behind victory.

The 23 personal fouls commited by the Tribe led to 20 made free throws by the Demon Deacons. William & Mary made just 11-of-19 attempts at the charity stripe in the loss.

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