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Crawdads Set 6-Year High in Attendance

The Hickory Crawdads welcomed 148,417 fans through the gates at the newly renovated L.P. Frans Stadium in 2014, marking the highest single-season attendance for the 'Dads since 2007.

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Mars Hill Squeaks Past LMc Tennis

Five different Lees-McRae women's tennis players found the win column, but the squad fell short against Mars Hill, 5-4, at the LMC Tennis Courts Monday afternoon in Banner Elk, N.C.

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Broaden Scores Twice In Win Over Marshall

Senior Stanley Broaden (Wilmington, N.C./Eugene Ashley) registered his third career multi-goal game Monday night as the Appalachian State University men’s soccer team defeated Marshall, 2-0. Broaden has a pair of multi-goal games last season against UNC Asheville (September 6) and ETSU (September 26).

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Hickory Downs WHS In Four Sets

The Watauga High volleyball team dropped out of first place in the Northwestern 3A-4A Conference Monday night. The Pioneers (8-3 overall; 4-1 NW3A-4A) were bested by the Red Tornadoes in four sets, 21-25, 25-22, 15-25, 14-25 at Craft Gymnasium in a first-place showdown.

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Corrigan, Brown Earn Third Sun Belt Award

Appalachian State University volleyball players Emily Corrigan and Paige Brown earned Sun Belt Players of the Week honors for the third consecutive week, as announced by the league office on Monday.

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Mountaineers Rank 29th in AVCA Poll

The Appalachian State University volleyball team finished just shy of the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 poll on Monday, receiving 24 votes for a 29th-place national ranking.

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Mountaineers Tied for Sixth After Two Rounds

The Appalachian State University women’s golf team slipped a bit on Monday. The Mountaineers, who began the day in a second-place tie just seven shots off the lead, currently finds itself tied for sixth place after two rounds at the William and Mary Women’s Golf Invitational at the par-72, 5,948-yard

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North Dakota State Stays No. 1

North Dakota State was yet again the No. 1 team in the Football Championship Subdivision Coaches Poll this week. The Bison just nearly missed being a unanimous No. 1 selection for the second straight week, receiving 25 of the 26 first-place votes.

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App State to Air in 74 Markets Nationwide

The American Sports Network’s telecast of Saturday night’s Appalachian State-Southern Miss football game will air in 74 television markets nationwide, Conference USA announced on Monday. Four stations in North Carolina will carry the telecast — WMYV (MyTV 48) in Greensboro/ Full Story

 
Eagles to Play First SBC Game

Ten Teams in Action Saturday; Georgia Southern to Play First Ever Sun Belt Game: Eight Sun Belt teams will continue their non-conference schedules in week four, while Georgia Southern makes its

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Riddle Named Player of Week

The Southern Conference has named Western Carolina freshman linebacker Daniel Riddle the Defensive Player of the Week. Riddle is the third Catamounts player to win this award in as many weeks.

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No.15 Tampa Blanks LMC, 2-0

Senior Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) registered a match-high five shots, but the Lees-McRae women's soccer team dropped a 2-0 decision to No. 15 Tampa Sunday afternoon in St. Augustine, Fla.

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Mountaineers Tied for Second After Round One

The Appalachian State women’s golf team is sitting in good position after the first round of the William and Mary Women’s Golf Invitational on the par-72, 5,948-yard Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va.

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APP STATE ROUND UP....

Cimbalist Overtime Goal Propels App Past Davidson

An overtime goal by freshman Taylor Cimbalist (Virginia Beach, Va./First Colonial) helped Appalachian State University field hockey (2-4, 0-1 NorPac) secure a 3-2 win over longtime rivals Davidson on Sunday at Belk Turf Field.

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WHS Earns Split At Enka

The Watauga High volleyball team saw its eight-game winning streak come to an end Saturday.

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Mountaineers Down Maryland, 11-0

The Appalachian State University volleyball team remains undefeated after sweeping Maryland in three sets on Saturday nightm 25-18, 25-23 and 25-18 to win the Black and Gold Challenge at the Holmes Center.

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L-R Sports Roundup.....

Lenoir-Rhyne Women Blank Brevard, 5-0

 

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (1-2-1, 1-0) opened South Atlantic Conference play by claiming its first victory of the season, 5-0 over Brevard (1-3, 0-1), Saturday afternoon at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex.

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UPDATED: Freedom-Newton Conover Declared A Tie

According to Newton-Conover coach Matt Beam, who is in his first year with the Red Devils (3-0-1), Friday night's game between Freedom (3-0-1) and Newton-Conover, which was halted late in the first half by lightning, has been officially ruled a tie. And all statistics from that game will count.

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No.6 Bears Bury Virginia State, 33-6

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (2-0), ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division II, scored the game's final 23 points en route to a 33-6 victory over Virginia State (0-2) Saturday afternoon at Rogers Stadium in Ettrick, Va.

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