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were named to the NCAA
All-Tournament Team; four
received All-American Hon-
ors; three were named First
Team All-Americans; and
three were named to Junior
National Field Hockey
Teams.
Academics
U.S. News & World Report’s
2004 guide, “America’s Best
Colleges,” ranked Wake For-
est twenty-eighth among national universities, down from twenty-fifth in 2003. The
Calloway School of Business and Accountancy ranked twenty-first, up from twenty-
fifth the previous year. Forbes Magazine and The Princeton Review’s list of the Top 25
Most Connected Campuses ranked Wake Forest second, and it was the only North
Carolina school in the Top 15. The National Jurist ranked the School of Law as a
best value among private law schools based on its comparatively moderate tuition,
above-average bar exam pass rates, and excellent student/faculty ratio. For the second
consecutive year, the Babcock School of Management was ranked in the top 10 per-
cent of the nation’s MBA schools in a survey released by U.S. News & World Report.
The part-time MBA program was ranked twenty-fourth, and the entrepreneurship
program twenty-sixth.
Deborah Best and Bill Gordon
FPO
Wake Forest’s 2003 Field Hockey Team: National Champions
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