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  • Cold Weather, Hot Bat

    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...
  • Late push not enough for App State softball

    The Mountaineers softball team hosted the South Alabama Jaguars in the final game of three game series at Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium Sunday afternoon, falling 5-3 after failing to pull off the late comeback. App State (12-21, 0-9 Sun Belt) dropped their ninth straight game of the season after starting...
  • Grizzlies obliterate the Wolfpack

    The High Country Grizzlies steamrolled their way to their first ever home win with an all-around domination of the Dayton Wolfpack, defending their home turf with a 94-6 win on Saturday night. From the first snap, the Grizzlies’ (2-1) defense swarmed to the ball, with the Wolfpack’s (0-3) first...
  • Grizzly Reaction: Grizzlies vs. Dayton

    Looking to bounce back after a tough loss to the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks last week at home, the High Country Grizzlies (2-1) came back with an obliteration of the Dayton Wolfpack (0-3) in a blowout win 94-6 at The Holmes Center on Saturday night. With the goal of scoring...
  • 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,...
  • Softball falls in tough weekday doubleheader

    Game One: Wednesday, March 29 at 3 p.m. The App State softball team played the first game of a doubleheader against the USC Upstate Spartans (27-7, 2-1 Atlantic Sun) on Wednesday afternoon. The Spartans jumped out to an early lead on the Mountaineers, recording nine runs on seven hits....
  • 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...
  • Pro Day is a success for App State

    Appalachian State football hosted scouts and representatives from 22 pro teams during their Pro Day on March 27, giving 13 former Mountaineers the chance to showcase their skills and abilities in the hope of being selected in the NFL draft or signing a free agent contract after the draft....
  • Former Mountaineers impress on Pro Day

    After having defensive end Ronald Blair drafted by the San Francisco 49ers, and five other players signing undrafted free agent contracts with NFL teams in 2016, the App State Mountaineers football team showcased 13 former student-athletes at pro day on March 27 in front of 22 pro teams. Exactly...
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