• Longanecker Off to a Quick Start

    The Appalachian State softball team still has under half a season to play, but they have already won more games than they did in all of last year. Despite recent struggles against Sun Belt teams, a large part of the Mountaineers 2017 turnaround and success has been due to...
  • Pro Day is a success for App State

    Appalachian State football hosted scouts and representatives from 22 pro teams during their Pro Day on March 27, giving 13 former Mountaineers the chance to showcase their skills and abilities in the hope of being selected in the NFL draft or signing a free agent contract after the draft....
  • Appalachian soccer gains international experience

    App State men’s soccer recently had two players representing the Mountaineers in the CONCACAF under 20 World Cup in late February, with junior Raheem Somersall and incoming freshman, Zeiko Harris, both being given a rare opportunity to represent their home countries. In early February, Somersall and Harris were selected...
  • Mountaineers ready for first tournament

    Appalachian State men’s basketball will make their Sun Belt Conference tournament debut on March 8 at 7 p.m. in New Orleans against Troy, who is the sixth seed in the tournament. “For our young team, it’s exciting to participate in the Sun Belt Tournament.” head coach Jim Fox said...
  • Hampton excels in college transition

    Armani Hampton never intended to play basketball. Hampton was planning on just sticking with cheerleading, until she attended her first basketball practice. “I actually started in the sixth grade. I was a cheerleader prior to , but somehow I went to a practice with my best friend,”...
  • Plummer off to a quick start

    When Bayley Plummer arrived on campus this fall, she already had a long history of athletic success. In high school, Bayley was an all-conference performer in golf, softball and basketball, and an all-state performer in both basketball and softball. While Plummer was very successful as a three-sport athlete, basketball...
  • Softball ready for season opener

    After an offseason that included the addition of 13 new players, the Mountaineer softball team is finally ready to take the diamond on the field and begin their season. The Mountaineers will play their first game Feb. 10 on the road. “Our first game is at JU and...
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  • Team effort leads to blowout victory

    After an action packed week for Mountaineer basketball, in which App State picked up their first conference win with a last second layup against Texas State and head coach Angel Elderkin received the Pat Summitt Most Courageous Award, the Mountaineers (7-7, Sun Belt 2-1) were able to use the...
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