• Van Ord, in record time

    Tristin Van Ord knows what it feels like to have her own personal records broken right in front of her eyes. She knows what it feels like to lose the top spot that she worked so hard for. She’s seen a name above her own. A name, and a...
  • Defense and Boggs finding right-hand man in flory

    Spring practices wrapped last week for the back-to-back Camellia Bowl Champs, and the defense is starting to put together another stellar unit for the 2017-18 season. Trying to fill in the vacancies for linebackers John Law and Kennan Gilchrist, speed is already becoming a very noticeable factor. Junior outside...
  • App State men’s lacrosse looks to continue success in SELC

    The differences between a club sport and a varsity sport are issues like the sticky subject of Title IX that nobody wants to talk about, and something around tens of thousands of dollars in funding. Other than that, there isn’t much difference between the two. They both have coaches,...
  • Experience key for Hargrave and Girardeau

    The Mountaineers women’s indoor track and field team have completed their season with a third place finish at the Sun Belt conference championships and now shift their focus towards the outdoor season. This year, a lot of senior student-athletes who helped the Mountaineers to an indoor title last season...
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  • On track for another championship

    The Appalachian State women’s track and field team brought back the school’s first ever Sun Belt conference title last February when the Mountaineers won the Sun Belt Indoor Championships with a score of 101.5, a very close two points higher than second-place Texas State. In the final field event,...
  • Wolfpack too much for the Mountaineers

    The Appalachian State Mountaineers took a trip to the state capital Thursday night to take on the NC State Wolfpack. In their second ACC match this season, the Mountaineers were unable to get anything going and fell to the Wolfpack 97-64. The beginning of the game seemed almost identical...
  • New era for volleyball

    Taking a commanding 2-0 lead against the Arkansas State Red Wolves in the 2015 Sun Belt Conference tournament championships game, the Appalachian State volleyball team dropped the following two sets to head into a fifth and final set. Later falling to the Red Wolves and coming up short of...
  • Women’s soccer fall in 2OT

    Despite heading into halftime with a 2-1 lead, Appalachian State (6-7-2, 1-4-2 Sun Belt) fell to the Little Rock Trojans (8-6, 3-3 Sun Belt) 3-2 Friday night in double overtime, putting their Sun Belt tournament chance in jeopardy. Redshirt sophomore forward Erin Settle started the Mountaineers off with her...
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