APPALACHIAN STATE MOUNTAINEERS NEWS

NCCU to play at App State in 2016

North Carolina Central will play at Appalachian State next fall. The start of the 2015 football season is a week away, but North Carolina Central already has its eye on 2016. NCCU will play at Appalachian State in Boone, NC Sept. 17. 2016, the school announced on Friday. #NCCUfootball will play at Appalachian State in 2016 (Sept. 17). This will be 3rd meeting between #NCCU &...
Via HBCU Gameday
5 days ago  |  Discuss

App Trail: Sun Belt, Year One in review

The first year is officially in the books for Appalachian State in the Sun Belt Conference. The Mountaineers officially joined on July 1, 2014, joining the ranks of Football Bowl Subdivision programs.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
July 01, 2015

Clemson opponent preview No. 2: Appalachian State

CLEMSON – It’s been eight years, and Appalachian State still is best known for The Big Upset in The Big House.
Via The Post and Courier - Clemson
June 15, 2015

Appalachian State Mountaineers 2015 Preview and Prediction

Coming off of a seven-win season, Appalachian State is now finally eligible to enjoy the full benefits of being a FBS member. That could mean a bowl...
Via Athlon Sports
June 01, 2015  |  Discuss

App State wins award for most motivational video

Nevermind the one-on-one pep talks. Sometimes, what your pre-game routine really needs is an awesome motivational video. And, apparently, nobody puts one together as well as Appalachian State University. GoBlueRidge.net reports that App State video staff won one of the College Sports Video Association’s highly-coveted SAVVY Award for the second straight year. This year’s video...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

App Trail: Update on former Appalachian State players now in the minor leagues

How former Appalachian State players are faring this season in professional baseball:
Via Winston-Salem Journal
April 29, 2015

App Trail: Mountaineers are working while waiting for next football season

With spring practice out of the way early, it might seem like an eternally long wait for next season for an Appalachian State football team that finished last season with six straight wins and will ha
Via Winston-Salem Journal
April 28, 2015

App Trail: Mountaineers busy in weight room battling for "The Belt"

Appalachian State held its spring practices earlier than usual this year, in part to get to work in the weight room.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
April 02, 2015

Appalachian State football 2015 depth chart

Appalachian State Football Preseason Depth Chart
Via Winston-Salem Journal
April 01, 2015

Appalachian State's new athletics director off and running

Doug Gillin doesn’t officially begin duties as Appalachian State’s athletics director until April 6, but he was busy in Boone on Wednesday getting a handle, and a bit of a jump, on things.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
March 27, 2015

Mountaineers hope for boost with new field hockey coach

Meghan Dawson, now at Appalachian State but a former player at North Carolina, made an instant connection when she become the new field hockey coach for the Mountaineers.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
March 25, 2015

Appalachian State vs. the postseason field

How Appalachian State fared against teams in this year’s NCAA Tournament and other post-season tournaments:
Via Winston-Salem Journal
March 19, 2015

Appalachian State beats Texas Arlington 72-60

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Frank Eaves scored 21 points to lead Appalachian State to a 72-60 win over the University of Texas Arlington on Saturday in the regular season finale for both teams. Jake Babic added 15 points and Chris Burgess had 11 points for the Mountaineers (12-17, 9-11 Sun Belt) who play in the Sun Belt tournament quarterfinals on March 12. UTA led 27-26 at the break but Eaves...
Via AP on Fox
March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

App Trail: Special teams got needed attention for Mountaineers this spring

Scott Satterfield, Appalachian State’s football coach, said that he’s been through some spring practices in past years when there’s hardly any focus or work done on special teams.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
March 06, 2015

Appalachian State rolls to 66-43 win over Louisiana-Monroe

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Frank Eaves scored 28 points as Appalachian State rolled to a 66-43 win over the University of Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday, snapping a five-game slide. Eaves did most of the scoring for the Mountaineers (10-17, 7-11 Sun Belt) and finished with 9-of-14 shooting from the field, including 5-of-9 from distance. Jacob Lawson added eight points and six boards and Dustin...
Via AP on Fox
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

App Trail archives: 25 years ago today -- Mountaineers close regular with victory over Marshall

Silver and Gold: 25 Years Ago at Appalachian State
Via Winston-Salem Journal
February 26, 2015

Louisiana-Monroe rolls past Appalachian State 69-58

MONROE, La. (AP) Tylor Ongwae scored 14 points and dished out seven assists to help Louisiana-Monroe roll to a 69-58 victory over Appalachian State on Saturday for its sixth straight win. Ongwae shot 6 of 13 from the floor. Majok Deng and Justin Roberson added 13 points apiece for Louisiana-Monroe (18-8, 12-3 Sun Belt Conference). The Warhawks have two win-streaks of six games in...
Via AP on Fox
February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

App Trail: On-the-bubble Mountaineers hope to have Sydnor back soon

The situation for Appalachian State’s women’s basketball team couldn’t be much clearer heading down the stretch.
Via Winston-Salem Journal
February 13, 2015

App Trail: Greater numbers plus veteran players equals efficient start to Mountaineers' spring practice

Spring practice will resume today at Appalachian State after an opening weekend, which marked the second-earliest start in the nation among FBS teams. The Mountaineers began Saturday, behind only Duke
Via Winston-Salem Journal
February 10, 2015

Kielan Whitner Flips to Syracuse

As soon as it became known that defensive back Kielan Whitner would be taking a visit to Syracuse this weekend, it seemed like only a matter of time before he would flip from Appalachian State, where he’d committed in October, for a chance to play in a Power 5 conference like the ACC. And this […]
Via Otto's Grove
February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Appalachian State fends off Texas State, 64-58

SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) Frank Eaves scored a career-high 31 points as Appalachian State won its fourth straight Sun Belt Conference game, knocking off Texas State 64-58 Saturday night. The victory matched the Mountaineers longest winning streak against Division I opponents since 2010-11. Eaves converted a layup with 10:57 left in the first half to give Appalachian State the lead...
Via AP on Fox
January 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Appalachian St. beats Georgia St. 74-69, ends 4-game skid

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Tommy Spagnolo scored the final nine points and Appalachian State regained the lead in the last 21 seconds and held on to defeat Georgia State 74-69 on Saturday, breaking a four-game losing skid in Sun Belt Conference play. Ryan Harrow made a pair of free throws, lifting Georgia State (11-7, 4-3 Sun Belt) to a 69-68 lead with 49 seconds left. But Spagnolo dunked...
Via AP on Fox
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

No. 6 UNC beats Appalachian State 84-52

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Stephanie Mavunga had 19 points and nine rebounds to lead No. 6 North Carolina to an 84-52 win over Appalachian State on Sunday. Allisha Gray added 12 points for the Tar Heels (8-0) and also gave them an early scare. The team's leading scorer was taken to the locker room with an ankle injury after making a layup in the first half but returned six minutes later...
Via AP on Fox
December 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Appalachian State pushes past Jacksonville 67-56

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Frank Eaves scored 19 points, Jake Babic added 13 and Appalachian State pushed past Jacksonville 67-56 on Thursday night. Chris Burgess and Dustin Clarke each chipped in 10 points for the Mountaineers (3-2), who shot 44.2 percent from the field and hit nine 3-pointers in rout to their third straight win. Eaves did most of his damage from the line, going 11...
Via AP on Fox
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Appalachian St wins 6th in row, beats Idaho 45-28

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Taylor Lamb passed for 223 yards and three touchdowns as Appalachian State fought past Idaho twice in the early going to defeat the Vandals 45-28, running its win streak to six games on Saturday. Lamb completed 13 of 20 passes and hit three different receivers - Shaedon Meadors, Tacoi Sumler and Bobo Beathard - for touchdowns as the Mountaineers (7-5, 6-2 Sun Belt...
Via AP on Fox
November 29, 2014  |  Discuss
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