App State’s annual men’s Black and Gold soccer game took place Wednesday evening giving more momentum to the team’s regular-season beginning for a long journey to the Sun Belt playoffs. While attending a game this year, many will notice a lot of new faces on the Mountaineers roster and that is due in part to
Coming off of back-to-back winning seasons and a Sun Belt postseason win before falling in the second round to South Alabama, the Mountaineers are entering the fall season with a new outlook that involves three key principles: community, collaboration and sisterhood. Returning seven starters from last season’s team, the Mountaineers are implementing these three principals.
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 to represent their home countries, St.
Gearing up for their third Sun Belt Conference Tournament, the App State men’s soccer team (5-8-4, 1-3-1) will face off with reigning Sun Belt champion Hartwick (8-5-4, 2-2-1) to start their tournament run. Only having six teams in the Sun Belt, every team makes the tournament with the top two seeds receiving a bye. The
Entering the Sun Belt Conference Tournament with the second longest winning streak in the conference and winning four of their last five games, the No.4 seed App State women’s soccer team extended their winning streak to four games and advanced to the semifinals for the second straight season with a 3-0 win over No.5 seed
Appalachian State women’s soccer (9-7-2, 4-4-2 Sun Belt) opened up the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on Wednesday as the No. 4 seed against Louisiana Lafayette (8-8-2, 4-4-2) in Foley, Alabama. Just 10 days removed from a tournament clinching win over Sun Belt regular season conference champion South Alabama, App State heads to the tournament with
Since taking over as starting goalie against Winthrop just eight games into the App State men’s soccer season, freshman goalie Jake Agnew has put the Mountaineers in good hands, proving to be a key factor despite being just a freshman. Starting the season with senior Jaron Bradley as the slated starting goalie, Bradley was injured
Almost a year after falling to rival South Alabama (12-5-1, 7-3 Sun Belt) in penalty kicks in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament semi-finals, App State (9-7-2, 4-4-2 Sun Belt) women’s soccer defeated the Jaguars 4-3 in double overtime on Senior Day at home to clinch a Sun Belt Conference Tournament spot in their final regular
Kicking off the Homecoming weekend, App State women’s soccer dominated UL Lafayette (8-8-1, 4-4-1 Sun Belt) in a must-win game keeping their Sun Belt tournament hopes alive with a 2-0 win. Outshooting the Ragin’ Cajuns 19-4, the Mountaineers (8-7-2, 3-4-2 Sun Belt) won their second straight game and completed their third shutout of the season