Game: App State (2-2 overall, 1-0 Sun Belt) vs. Wake Forest (4-0 overall, 1-0 ACC) Final Score: Wake Forest 20, App State 19 GRADES: Quarterback: A- Senior quarterback Taylor Lamb had another career day against the Demon Deacons. He would notch his career high in pass attempts with 50, throwing 26-50 for 372 yards and
Saturday marked the home opener for the Mountaineers (1-1) as they faced the Savannah State Tigers (0-1), the oldest HBCU in the state of Georgia and a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. App would end up dominating this game winning with a score of 54-7 moving to 65-20-2 in career home-openers Quarterback Taylor Lamb
Entering their fourth season in the FBS and third of bowl game eligibility, the Mountaineers (10-3 overall, 7-1 Sun Belt last season) are coming off another bowl game victory in the Camellia Bowl against Toledo 31-28. App looks to continue their success this year with a new squad to start the season. Some key returning
After a rather disappointing 2016 (4-25) campaign, the App State volleyball team is looking for a bounce back season. So far, the start of 2017 season is looking bright. With the return of key players along with some new additions to the squad, the Apps will try and return to one of the top contenders
Coming to the end of a cold Boone winter, App State baseball junior left fielder Tyler Stroup was able to catch fire, having a career season this year putting up big numbers. At the surface, Stroup is batting .274 this season, with 29 hits on 106 at-bats, good for second on the team behind senior
The World Baseball Classic is the Olympic games for international play of the long-lived sport. This past week the young tournament saw a new winner, the United States of America. The WBC has been played every four years since 2006, but the USA’s best finish before this year was fourth place in 2009. This may
In a comeback effort, the Mountaineers baseball team overcame a four-run deficit in the top of the fourth inning to win the game 13-9 against the Radford Highlanders (8-12). The game was highlighted by junior left fielder Tyler Stroup becoming just the second Mountaineer in the last 14 years to hit for the cycle. The
The Mountaineers hosted their first home game of the season at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. In what was a hard-fought game by both sides, the Apps were able to prevail against the UNC Asheville Bulldogs by a score of 4-3. A pitchers duel early on set the tone for the game.