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  • Up and down weekend for women’s basketball finishes in win

      Game One against Louisiana: Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m. Appalachian State Women’s basketball fell to Louisiana 68-58 on Thursday. The Mountaineers (10-17, 5-11 Sun Belt) had a hard time finding buckets in the first two quarters, ending the first quarter shooting only two of 14 from the...
  • 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...
  • Hampton excels in college transition

    Armani Hampton never intended to play basketball. Hampton was planning on just sticking with cheerleading, until she attended her first basketball practice. “I actually started in the sixth grade. I was a cheerleader prior to , but somehow I went to a practice with my best friend,”...
  • Malachi back in the High Country

    Malachi Jones’ walks through campus are much different now than they were a little over year ago. Walking around last year, Jones was a starting wide receiver for the App State Mountaineers football team, a top target for quarterback Taylor Lamb and a Camellia Bowl victor to finish his...
  • Mountaineers fall to Hoosiers in NWCA dual

    The Indiana Hoosiers overpowered the Mountaineers on Sunday in the National Wrestling Coaches Association dual championships, handing them their first loss at home this season after winning their previous eight. Just last season, the Mountaineers (13-3, 7-0 SoCon) took down the Indiana Hoosiers (10-9, 2-7 Big Ten) 21-13 in...
  • App State announces three-game football series with UNC

    App State football announced another big matchup against an in-state school just a month after announcing a series with East Carolina. Appalachian State agreed on Monday to a three-game football series with North Carolina Chapel Hill that is set to begin on Sept. 21, 2019 at Kenan Stadium. The...
  • Mountaineers ready for Big Ten dual

    On Sunday at 3 p.m., the App State wrestling team will host a Big Ten opponent for the first time in program history as they take on Indiana University in the NWCA Division I dual championship series in Varsity Gym. The Mountaineers (13-2, 7-0 SoCon) look to have a...
  • Baseball prepares for season opener

    Coming off an 18-36 record last season, the Mountaineers look to hit the diamond in 2017 with a  new approach towards the season. Appalachian State head baseball coach, Kermit Smith, will begin his first season with the Mountaineers after spending the past 15 seasons at the Division II level....
  • Plummer off to a quick start

    When Bayley Plummer arrived on campus this fall, she already had a long history of athletic success. In high school, Bayley was an all-conference performer in golf, softball and basketball, and an all-state performer in both basketball and softball. While Plummer was very successful as a three-sport athlete, basketball...
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