Basketball season is approaching, and the Mountaineers men’s basketball team held media day on Oct. 17 and were able to shed light on some of their early points of emphasis for the season. The team finished 15-18 overall and 9-9 in Sun Belt play, which was good for a sixth place finish in the conference.
After a heartbreaking loss at Penn State last week, the App State football team had two choices. They could either let the early loss define their season or use it as motivation for the rest of their schedule and Saturday they showed just how resilient they were in their 45-9 win against UNC-Charlotte. “After
After last year’s injury-plagued season, the Appalachian State women’s soccer team looks forward to a fresh start with a healthy squad. Redshirt junior defender/midfielder Jamie Palermo, now former forward Sharon Osterbind and several other key players all missed games after being hurt, which led to some holes in the lineup, but also provided the opportunity
Another strong class of recruits will be introduced to the App State women’s soccer team as they look to help rebuild a squad that had a rare down year this season, due in part to having many key players suffer from long-term injuries. The six freshmen will bring high levels of both high school and
Every offseason, transfers are becoming more and more common in college basketball. Players often attend a school right out of high school and quickly realize that they may not fit into a program, so they begin to explore their options in new destinations. Appalachian State has become the home of several players who previously attended
Building a successful soccer program is like putting together a puzzle. But instead of being given the pieces in advance, a coach and his staff must search far wide to find players that fit the picture that they want to create. The App State men’s soccer coaching staff have done an excellent job in the
The Appalachian State men’s tennis team (3-1, 0-0 Sun Belt) picked up their second win of the day as they defeated North Carolina A&T State University (0-5, 0-0 MEAC) 7-0 on Sunday afternoon. “This was a D1 (Division One) match against a good team so we had to be on it,” head coach Bob Lake
Since arriving on the scene two years ago, junior forward Tyrell Johnson has made quite a bit of noise for the Appalachian State men’s basketball team. His versatility, rebounding ability and soft shooting touch are all reasons why he was brought in by head coach Jim Fox, and are also a big part of why