Wake Forest 85, Georgia Tech 75

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Kyle Visser scored 26 points and Wake Forest got key points from free throws down the stretch for a 85-75 victory over Georgia Tech on Tuesday night.

Harvey Hale added 19 points and freshman Ishmael Smith had 10 points for the Demon Deacons (10-11, 2-7 Atlantic Coast Conference), who snapped a six-game losing streak.

Jeremis Smith and Ra'Sean Dickey scored 14 points each for the Yellow Jackets (13-8, 2-6), who suffered their 17th consecutive road loss and fourth straight overall.

Thaddeus Young and Anthony Morrow added 13 points each for Georgia Tech, which whittled down an 11-point halftime deficit to make it a game late in the second half.

The Yellow Jackets cut Wake Forest's lead to three points three times in the second half, and trailed by four points after a Dickey free throw pulled Georgia Tech within 70-66 with 4:39 left.

But Visser, who spent most of the second half on the bench after picking up his fourth foul, scored the Demon Deacons' next seven points -- hitting a hook shot, then making 5-of-6 from the line -- to push Wake Forest's lead back to 77-68 with 2:05 remaining.

The Demon Deacons, who entered the game shooting just 61 percent from the line, scored their final 13 points off free throws. For the game, Wake Forest hit 31-of-41 from the line, 21-of-29 in the second half.