• 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)...
  • An unexpected journey

    Junior men’s tennis player and Australian native Scott Webster found a new home at Appalachian State, and it has been beneficial for both Webster and the university. Webster has excelled thus far in the U.S. and is on his way to putting Appalachian State tennis on the map. Holding...
  • Disappointing ending to Mountaineers senior night

    Appalachian State women’s basketball’s senior night blew a 19-point lead against Coastal Carolina on Saturday in their final regular season game before heading into the Sun Belt tournament next week. The Mountaineers (11-18, 6-12 Sun Belt) used the emotions of senior night to jump out to a 7-0 run...
  • The return of a healthy Brian Bauk

    With the hiring of head coach Kermit Smith, the Appalachian State baseball team is hoping for a new culture. But one thing that the Mountaineers hope to remain the same is senior Brian Bauk’s energy, which he has brought to practice and games for the last three years. A...
  • Game of runs ends in loss for Mountaineers

    Appalachian State women’s basketball came up short against Georgia State on Saturday, ending their two-game win streak and spoiling the Mountaineers “Play For Kay” game. Both teams struggled to score in the first quarter until Madi Story took charge for App State (10-14, 5-8 Sun Belt). Georgia State (10-14,...
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  • Second quarter woes leads to loss

    Two days removed from what head coach Angel Elderkin called a “bizarre” shooting game where the App State women’s basketball team shot 19.6 percent from the field, the Mountaineers started off hot against the UT Arlington Mavericks, shooting 70 percent in the first quarter. After that, the Mountaineers (8-12,...
  • Freshman goalie saves the season

    Since taking over as starting goalie against Winthrop just eight games into the App State men’s  soccer season, freshman goalie Jake Agnew has put the Mountaineers in good hands, proving to be a key factor despite being just a freshman. Starting the season with senior Jaron Bradley as the...
  • Freshman duo making their mark

    When it comes to the future of the App State men’s soccer team, there is a lot to be excited about with their young core, but they have also found a bright future in the likes of two freshmen stars, both from North Carolina. Camden Harrison, a 5-9 midfielder,...
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