• Losses continue to build for Mountaineers

    Game One against UL Monroe: Saturday, February 25 at 3:30 p.m. Entering halftime in the lead in three of their past four games, starting out strongly has not been a problem for the Mountaineers. Once again, however, a poor second half defensive performance spoiled yet another solid first half,...
  • Posting up

    Appalachian State men’s basketball has had their ups and downs throughout the 2016-17 season so far, but one constant has been the play of center Griffin Kinney. Kinney and Jake Babic are the two juniors on the team, and with forward Matt O’Boyle being the only senior on this...
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  • Led by veterans, men’s track and field hoping to improve

    Appalachian State men’s track and field dives into the 2017 indoor season with high hopes and anticipation as they attempt to win a conference championship in a competitive Sun Belt Conference. Trying to dethrone back-to-back men’s Sun Belt Champion UT Arlington, App State is built around a young talented...
  • Story leads App to quick start in win

    The Appalachian State women’s basketball team hosted North Carolina A&T State (1-6) Wednesday afternoon in a 71-58 victory led by Madi Story’s 31 points despite a comeback attempt from the Aggies. Story set the tone early and often scoring the first 10 points of the game for App State...
  • Charlotte outlasts Mountaineers late push

    Appalachian State men’s basketball traveled to Dale F. Halton Arena on Monday night to take on the Charlotte 49ers (4-2) in an in-state battle, ultimately edged out by a Charlotte 80-72 victory. App State (2-4) fell into an early 11-2 hole in the first couple of minutes of the...
  • Unselfishness key in Mountaineer’s win

    After two tough losses in a row to Davidson and Tennessee to start the 2016-17 season, the Mountaineers men’s basketball team picked up their their first win of the season in a 119-51 route over Warren Wilson College. Appalachian dominated in all facets of the game falling one point...
  • Women’s soccer set for Sun Belt tournament

    Appalachian State women’s soccer (9-7-2, 4-4-2 Sun Belt) opened up the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on Wednesday as the No. 4 seed against Louisiana Lafayette (8-8-2, 4-4-2) in Foley, Alabama. Just 10 days removed from a tournament clinching win over Sun Belt regular season conference champion South Alabama, App...
  • The anchor in goal

    As the Mountaineer women’s soccer team march into the Sun Belt conference tournament as the number four seed next week in Alabama, they are led in goal by junior leader Sam Steyl who has been a key factor in her first year as a starter. Steyl has started in...
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