• Senior Goodbye: Andrew Clausen

    Let’s get together and do something cool.” How many times did I hear that from Malik Rahili and Justin Perry in the four years we’ve been friends, and the four years we’ve been working, in whatever capacity, for The Appalachian? A lot. Of all the things I’ve done in...
  • The wait is over: Krispy Kreme arrives

    On a brisk but tame November night, more than 100 people camped outside the Krispy Kreme location in Boone, all with the hope of winning free doughnuts for a year. The group, consisting of mainly college-aged doughnut-lovers, gathered tents, heaters, and balloon animals, listened to music and captured the...
  • Junior guard Mike Neal powers through to the basket against North Greenville on Wednesday night. The Mountaineers defeated the Crusaders 78-70. Photo by Aneisy Cardo | The Appalachian

    Career nights from Neal, Obacha rally Mountaineers

    After a close first half and a sluggish start for the Mountaineers, App State rallied in the second to win 78-70 over North Greenville. The first half saw a hot-shooting effort from the Crusaders (6-2) as they went 53.1 percent from the field and a blistering 57.1 percent from...
  • Freshman running back Marcus Cox plows through the defense during Saturday’s game against Wofford. The Mountaineers sailed past the Terriers for a 33-21 win. Photo courtesy of Keith Cline

    Mountaineers follow Cox to victory

    The Mountaineers rode a strong second-half performance on their way to a 33-21 win over Wofford in Spartanburg, S.C., on Saturday. In the win, freshman running back Marcus Cox rushed for 119 yards and 3 touchdowns and was named SoCon Freshman of the Week for the fifth time this...
  • Pictured: Junior guard Katie Mallow.

    Mallow expected to star in new leadership role

    Katie Mallow, a junior 5-foot-9-inch guard on Appalachian State’s women’s basketball team from Snellville, Ga., is beginning her third year on the team with an entirely new perspective. Now that Mallow is no longer an underclassman on the team, head coach Darcie Vincent expects her and Maryah Sydnor to...
  • Pictured: goal keeper Danny Free.

    Free ends the season on a strong note for men’s soccer

    During his four years as Appalachian State University men’s soccer goalkeeper, Danny Free has shined. On the season, Free has a 73 save percentage and had 13 shutouts throughout his career. Danny is third in the SoCon in terms of saves (72) and saves per game (4).  ...
  • The Matchup: App State vs. Wofford

    How App State Can Win: For the Mountaineers to be able to come out of their slump and finish the season strong, they are going to have to win the game through the air.Wofford is dead last in the SoCon in passing defense, while App State is second. App...
  • Quarterback Jamal Londry-Jackson looks at the crowd after breaking through the Terrier defensive line to run the ball in for a touchdown against Wofford in 2012. The Mountaineers lost the game, 38-28. Photo by Paul Heckert | The Appalachian

    Final stretch awaits the Mountaineers

    Appalachian State will need to lay the role of spoiler this weekend in Spartanburg, S.C., to take on the Wofford Terriers. With a conference record of 2-4, App State sits near the bottom of the SoCon, while Wofford is tied with Samford for second at 4-2. “It seems like...
  • Senior wide receiver Tony Washington has 51 receptions for 715 this season. Photo by Justin Perry | The Appalachian

    Tony Washington wins National Football Foundation’s National Scholar-Athlete Award, second to win in Appalachian history

    The football falls easily into his hands and he begins to run as fast as his feet will take him, effortlessly passing the defense. It is no surprise that Tony Washington, a senior wide receiver, has gained notice from fans and coaches across the Southern Conference. Washington ranks third...
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