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Men's Basketball Reveals 2012-13 Slate PDF Print
Written by Ryan Bower   
Thursday, 04 October 2012 17:53

Appalachian State University men’s basketball released its schedule for the upcoming 2012-13 season on Thursday, Oct. 4 This year’s schedule features 14 home contests and several marquee non-conference matchups, including road games at Missouri, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. The Mountaineers will begin

their season with an open intrasquad scrimmage on Oct. 24 before a pair of exhibitions against Lees-McRae (Nov. 2) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 5). Appalachian opens its regular-season schedule with a pair of home games against Montreat (Nov. 9) and High Point (Nov. 13).
A three-game road swing follows with contests at Campbell (Nov. 16), East Carolina (Nov. 20) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 23). App State returns home for a game against Duquesne (Nov. 28) before hitting the road for four-straight games. The Apps begin their second long road trip with a matchup against Missouri on Dec. 1. The Tigers finished last season with a 30-5 record and stormed its way through the Big XII tournament to earn a No. 2 seed in the 2012 NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament. Mizzou ended the year ranked No. 11 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll.
Appalachian State opens Southern Conference play at archrival Western Carolina on Dec. 8 before making a return trip to the Midwest to face UMKC on Dec. 16. The road trip ends with a contest at SEC foe South Carolina on Dec. 19. The Mountaineers will play their final two non-conference games of the season at home when they take on Presbyterian (Dec. 22) and Milligan (Dec. 30).
App State opens the New Year at SoCon rival Wofford (Jan. 8) before a pair of home contests with Elon (Jan. 12) and UNCG (Jan. 14). The Apps will then face a two-game road trip to Chattanooga (Jan. 17) and Samford (Jan.19). The squad returns to the High Country on Jan. 24 against Georgia Southern before welcoming Davidson to the Holmes Center on Jan. 26. A trip to College of Charleston follows on Jan. 30 before Western Carolina makes its way up the mountain on Feb. 2.
Appalachian then heads south to Georgia Southern (Feb. 7) before stopping off for a contest against Davidson (Feb. 9). A home contest against Furman is slated for Feb. 11 before a pair of road games at Elon (Feb. 14) and UNCG (Feb. 17). The Mountaineers wrap up the regular season with three-straight home games against The Citadel (Feb. 20), Samford (Feb. 28) and Chattanooga (March 2).
The 2012 Southern Conference Basketball Championships take place in Asheville, N.C. from March 8-11 where the 12 SoCon member institutions will battle for an automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

 

ASU 2012-13 Schedule                 
Date       Opponent            Time                       Notes
Oct. 24 Black & Gold Scrimmage 7 p.m.
Nov. 2 Lees-McRae (Exh.) 7:30 p.m. App improved to 4-0 against Lees-McRae with last season’s 90-61 win.
Nov. 5 Carson-Newman (Exh.) 7 p.m.
Nov. 9 Montreat 7:30 p.m. 13 different players scored for App in the last meeting, a 101-71 win in 2010-11.
Nov. 13 High Point 7 p.m. The Mountaineers won a thriller, 82-81, in the 2011 BracketBuster at HPU.
Nov. 16 at Campbell 7:45 p.m. Jamaal Trice scored 17 points to lead App past the Camels, 77-74, last year.
Nov. 20 at East Carolina 7 p.m. The 61st meeting between the in-state rivals is only the second since 2001-02.
Nov. 23 at Virginia Tech 2 p.m. First meeting since Virginia Tech dealt App one of its eight losses in 2006-07.
Nov. 28 Duquesne 7 p.m. App pulled out a three-point road win in the only meeting, in 2005-06.
Dec. 1 at Missouri TBA First meeting with the Tigers, who earned a No. 2 seed in last year’s NCAA Tourney.
Dec. 8 at Western Carolina* TBA App shot 53 percent from the field at the Ramsey Center last season.
Dec. 16 at UMKC 2 p.m. First meeting with the Summit League’s Kangaroos.
Dec. 19 at South Carolina 7 p.m. App is 0-3 against the Gamecocks, who played three SoCon teams in 2011-12.
Dec. 22 Presbyterian 2 p.m. App is 9-1 against the Blue Hose. The game is the first of six Saturday home games.
Dec. 30 Milligan 2 p.m. Appalachian holds a 17-9 advantage in the series after last year’s 81-58 win.
Jan. 8 at Wofford * 7 p.m. Andre Williamson notched 20 points and nine boards at Wofford last season.
Jan. 12 Elon * 4:30 p.m. Trice and Omar Carter scored 20 points each in an 81-66 home win a year ago.
Jan. 14 UNCG * 7 p.m. App took down the eventual division champs, 78-64, at home last year.
Jan. 17 at Chattanooga * 7 p.m. The home team has won 11-straight in the series as UTC held on, 65-63, last year.
Jan. 19 at Samford * 8 p.m. The Mountaineers have won three-straight in the Hanna Center.
Jan. 24 Georgia Southern * 7 p.m. Appalachian has won five-straight home games against the Eagles.
Jan. 26 Davidson * 2 p.m. Davidson’s four-point win last season snapped a three-game skid against App.
Jan. 30 at College of Charleston* 7:30 p.m. The Apps ended Charleston’s season with a 93-81 win in the SoCon Tournament.
Feb. 2 Western Carolina * 4:30 p.m. App sank 16-straight free throws to ice an 84-72 home win last season.
Feb. 7 at Georgia Southern * 7 p.m. GSU caught fire to score 45 first-half points in a 73-62 win over App last season.
Feb. 9 at Davidson * 4 p.m. The Mountaineers put a two-game winning streak at Belk Arena on the line.
Feb. 11 Furman * 8 p.m. Appalachian swept a pair of meetings from Furman last year, 56-50 and 79-69.
Feb. 14 at Elon* 7 p.m. App has won three of the last five games at Alumni Gym, despite a 2011-12 setback.
Feb. 17 at UNCG * 2 p.m. The Apps’ lone overtime contest in 2011-12 came in a 77-73 loss at UNCG.
Feb. 20 The Citadel * 8 p.m. Appalachian is 28-6 at home against the Bulldogs.
Feb. 28 Samford * 7 p.m. Samford’s 53-52 win at the Holmes Center snapped a five-game skid in the series.
Mar. 2 Chattanooga * 2 p.m. Mike Neal rattled off 23 points against the Mocs in a 79-70 home win last season.
Mar. 8-11 SoCon Championship & TBA The tournament returns to Asheville, N.C. for a second-straight year.

 

* - Southern Conference Game
& - at Asheville, N.C.
All times Eastern and subject to change.
Please check
www.GoASU.com for the most up-to-date schedule.

 

Photo Courtesy: Jason Capel, ASU Athletics

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