• Along for the ride

    As the final game of each season concludes, the stat sheet can reveal why a team meets or falls short of expectations. However, most will overlook a stat that is unmeasurable: the leadership that brings a team together. Following a loss during her junior season, App State women’s basketball...
  • A world apart, a game in common

    When App State men’s tennis head coach Bob Lake moved into his office at Appalachian State, an ultimatum confronted him from the start. Face to face with the athletics director at the time, a simple conversation turned into a blueprint for his tennis program. “Basically, when I got here,...
  • Freshman Pavkovich keeps the Mountaineers win streak alive

      When freshman Alex Pavkovich stepped onto the court for his singles match, little did he know that the weight of the entire day would fall on his shoulders for App State men’s tennis. Falling behind in the first set, Pavkovich saw his teammates get ahead on the scoreboard,...
  • Power at the plate propels Wake Forest past App State

    Battling back and forth all game long, No. 24 Wake Forest delivered a devastating blow in the ninth inning to push them past the Mountaineers baseball team 5-4. Stepping up to the plate, Demon Deacon shortstop Bruce Steel broke the game’s tie with a solo shot against redshirt junior...
  • App State baseball swept in weekend series

    Game One vs. Texas State. Friday at 7 p.m.  Slamming the door shut after nine long innings can be challenging, and the Mountaineers again faced that reality, losing a 3-1 lead in the ninth inning to eventually fall 6-3 to Texas State in extra innings, in the first of...
  • App State athletics unveils $60 million renovation plan

    *Correction: For clarification, App State athletic’s press release states: “To provide the necessary funding and engagement to position our sports program for sustained excellence. A Mountaineer Impact was designed to provide a solid financial foundation for the Appalachian State Athletics program by raising commitments of $60 million over the...
  • Losses continue to build for Mountaineers

    Game One against UL Monroe: Saturday, February 25 at 3:30 p.m. Entering halftime in the lead in three of their past four games, starting out strongly has not been a problem for the Mountaineers. Once again, however, a poor second half defensive performance spoiled yet another solid first half,...
  • Strong start pushes App to emphatic win

    After losing momentum and ultimately falling to Georgia Southern last month, App State was looking for payback, and they got that payback in a big way. Starting off the game on a 13-0 run, App (10-13, 5-7 Sun Belt) never looked back, rolling over Georgia Southern (10-13, 6-6 Sun...
  • From project to playmaker

    Getting on a nickname basis can be a sign of growing closer to another person, especially if that person is your head coach. Freshman forward Isaac Johnson has had nicknames in the past, but none have been so short, yet meant so much to his basketball career. “Instead of...
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