• App State baseball swept in weekend series

    Game One vs. Texas State. Friday at 7 p.m.  Slamming the door shut after nine long innings can be challenging, and the Mountaineers again faced that reality, losing a 3-1 lead in the ninth inning to eventually fall 6-3 to Texas State in extra innings, in the first of...
  • Softball splits Wednesday double header

      Game One vs. UNC Greensboro: March 22 at 4 p.m. The App State softball team took on the UNC Greensboro on March 22 in the first game of a doubleheader with the Spartans (16-12). Sophomore pitcher Annaleise Kennedy started in the circle for the Mountaineers (2-4, 4.09 ERA)...
  • Walking on with a purpose

    For App State pitcher Tristan Helms, becoming a Division I college baseball player was always the dream. It was his path getting there that was different from most. “In high school, I wanted to play Division I baseball but I didn’t throw hard enough,” Helms said. According to gobigrecruiting.com,...
  • The next generation of Mountaineers

    National Signing Day took place on Feb. 1 and high school football players from all over the country signed their letters of intent, cementing their verbal commitments. On that day, App State signed 18 new recruits, the 104th ranked class in the country. Just like last season, two early-enrollee...
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  • Coaches vs. Cancer

    The Sun Belt Conference has shown its support for App State women’s basketball head coach Angel Elderkin and her fight with endometrial cancer. During the month of February, each member of the Sun Belt will participate in the 2017 3-Point Challenge through Coaches vs. Cancer. For every 3-pointer made,...
  • PEDs enter the hall

    On Wednesday, the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2017 was announced and longtime first baseman for the Houston Astros Jeff Bagwell, catcher Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez, famous for his time with the Texas Rangers, and outfielder Tim Raines, who spent the majority of his career with the...
  • Mountaineers fall to Highlanders after slow start

    The App State women’s basketball team took on the Radford Highlanders (5-1) on Sunday in a non-conference home matchup. It was the end of a three-game home stand and the team’s first game since last Wednesday, a win over North Carolina A&T. App State (4-4) lost a tough 57-54...
  • Why the NFL will bounce back in TV ratings

    Super Bowl XLIX in 2015 was the most viewed league championship, with 114.4 million people tuning in to watch the Patriots vs. the Seahawks. In 2016, 111.9 million viewers came back for more, with this turnout still being the third largest in the championship’s existent. With these numbers in...
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