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  • Softball splits Wednesday double header

      Game One vs. UNC Greensboro: March 22 at 4 p.m. The App State softball team took on the UNC Greensboro on March 22 in the first game of a doubleheader with the Spartans (16-12). Sophomore pitcher Annaleise Kennedy started in the circle for the Mountaineers (2-4, 4.09 ERA)...
  • Stroup’s big day leads to comeback win

    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...
  • Two senior transfers shine

    The road to their senior year has been different for App State track and field athletes Chris Anderson and Taylor Drummonds. On the men’s side, Anderson is in his fifth and final year of eligibility as a distance runner for the Mountaineers cross country and track and field team....
  • Seniors step up to the plate

    With seniority comes a leadership role both on and off the field for seniors on the App State softball team Cara Parker, Katie Mathewson and Vanessa Ciocatto. Parker, Mathewson and Ciocatto are the only three seniors on the Mountaineer softball team, which is otherwise made up of freshmen and...
  • Appalachian soccer gains international experience

    App State men’s soccer recently had two players representing the Mountaineers in the CONCACAF under 20 World Cup in late February, with junior Raheem Somersall and incoming freshman, Zeiko Harris, both being given a rare opportunity to represent their home countries. In early February, Somersall and Harris were selected...
  • An unexpected journey

    Junior men’s tennis player and Australian native Scott Webster found a new home at Appalachian State, and it has been beneficial for both Webster and the university. Webster has excelled thus far in the U.S. and is on his way to putting Appalachian State tennis on the map. Holding...
  • Baseball starts hot in Charlotte, finish two game sweep

    The Mountaineer’s baseball team could not escape the cold weather in Charlotte, but their bats kept them warm as they racked up a season high 14 hits. App was able to lead an offensive assault on the N.C. Central Eagles and take the win 9-5 in their first of...
  • Baseball win their first home game of the season

    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...
  • Mountaineers ready for first tournament

    Appalachian State men’s basketball will make their Sun Belt Conference tournament debut on March 8 at 7 p.m. in New Orleans against Troy, who is the sixth seed in the tournament. “For our young team, it’s exciting to participate in the Sun Belt Tournament.” head coach Jim Fox said...
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