• Women’s tennis aims for success with new head coach Blake Mosley

    The App State women’s team underwent a major transition this past fall season with the addition of Blake Mosley as the new head coach and has already started seeing positive results. According to the players, Mosley brings an intensity and focus to the team, and as the team starts...
  • Women’s XC win Sun Belt Championship

    The third time was the charm for the App State women’s cross country team, winning the Sun Belt Conference Cross Country Championships in Dothan, Alabama on Oct. 29. “I’m very excited about winning, and I’m very proud of the young ladies,” head coach Michael Curcio said. “We came close...
  • Defense is key for women’s soccer

    Forwards score goals and get points, goalkeepers make big saves, but typically defenders just defend playing most of the team’s minutes. This is something that the App State women’s soccer team is ready to prove wrong. The Mountaineers’ back line, which is made up of juniors Lindsey Tully and...
  • Women’s soccer tie in both weekend games

    App State women’s soccer tie in both of their conference games this weekend against Texas State and Georgia State. They entered the weekend 0-2 in conference and now sit at 0-2-2 still searching for their conference win. Game One (Friday 7 p.m.) Story By: Ian Taylor, Intern Sports Reporter...
  • New Year New Goal

    With a last minute field goal by former kicker Zach Matics, Dec. 19, 2015 became a date that would go down in Mountaineer football history. The 31-29 win against Ohio University named the Mountaineers Raycom Media Camellia Bowl champs and gave the team a victory in their first ever...
  • Building a Field Hockey Legacy

    With over half of the App State women’s field hockey team made up of freshmen, this season is going to be a year of building and creating a strong legacy for field hockey at App. “By building this strong freshman class we are building for the future,” head coach...
  • The last match point at ASU

    Seniors Zach Bost, Oliver Casey, Jan-Willem Kleynhans and Steve Lake have spent their careers on App State men’s tennis team rebuilding the team from the top down, according to head coach Bob Lake. Bost, Casey, Kleynhans and Steve Lake stepped onto the court in 2012 as freshmen the season...
  • Women’s golf riding high

    Coming from behind to win the Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate tournament was a tall task, according to Mountaineers’ head coach Heather Brown. “I knew we could jump up and get second or third if we played well,” Brown said. “First wasn’t out of reach for sure, but I knew there...
  • Fast track to success

    The women’s track and field team at Appalachian State has been working hard all season long to build a legacy as a dominant team in the Sun Belt Conference. That hard work has finally paid off with the Mountaineers capturing the first Sun Belt title in school history. Both...
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