Due to forecasted temperatures and weather, Appalachian State University softball's doubleheader with Campbell on Tuesday has been cancelled.




The doubleheader which was originally scheduled for March 18th was rescheduled for tomorrow, but has since been cancelled again.


The Mountaineers will be in action on Thursday when they travel to Radford for a doubleheader that slated to start at 4 p.m.



Five Mountaineers Named All-SoCon



Appalachian State University men’s tennis earned five all-league nods, the Southern Conference announced on Monday.


The Mountaineers saw two doubles teams and three individual players earn all-SoCon honors including a trio of all-freshman selections for a squad that finished fourth in league play and earned a bye in this week’s SoCon Tournament.


Appalachian’s No. 1 doubles tandem of Zach Bost (Jefferson, Ga./Jefferson) and Sebastien King (Montreal, Quebec, Canada/George Vanier) earned first team all-league honors after finishing 12-5 overall and 7-2 in SoCon play during the season. The duo led the league in overall wins and tied for third in conference victories.


Also earning all-league honors in doubles was the No. 2 team of Oliver Casey (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia/Carey Baptist) and Daniel Hoang (Mississaugua, Ontario, Canada/Assumption). The duo was named as a second team all-SoCon selection after compiling a 10-8 record during the regular season, including a 7-2 mark in league play.


In addition to their doubles honors, Casey and Hoang were also named as all-freshman selections along with teammate Jack Maddocks (Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia/Lambton). Casey finished 13-7 overall and 6-3 in league play as the Mountaineers’ primary No. 2 singles player. Hoang was 9-11 overall and 5-3 against SoCon foes while spending most of the season at No. 3.

Maddocks, who joined the team in January after finishing high school in his native Australia, went 12-9 on the season and 7-2 in SoCon play while spending the majority of the year at No. 5 in the lineup.


The five all-SoCon honors are the most for any Appalachian State squad in a single season, besting the previous mark of three in 1996 and 2012.


The Mountaineers (9-12, 6-3 SoCon) earned the No. 4 seed in this week’s league tournament and will take on No. 5 Samford at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday for a spot in the semifinals.


2014 SoCon Men’s Tennis Postseason Awards

First Team


Stefan Fortmann, Elon

Cameron Silverman, Elon

Adam Steryous, Furman

Oliver Webb, Georgia Southern

Ahmet Sarioglu, UNCG

Elliot Barnwell, Samford



Zach Bost/Sebastien King, Appalachian State

Cameron Silverman/Jordan Kaufman, Elon

Matt Browne/Joel Cook, Furman


Second Team

Singles (by position)

No. 1 – Rob Galloway, Wofford

No. 2 – Fares Kilani, Samford

No. 3 – Robert Lindgren, Elon

No. 4 – Brian Kowalski, Elon

No. 5 – Jordan Kaufman, Elon

No. 6 – Ben Horst, Furman


Doubles (by position)

No. 1 – James Dougherty/Randy Phillips, UNCG

No. 2 – Oliver Casey/Daniel Hoang, Appalachian State

No. 3 – Stefan Fortmann/Juan Madrid, Elon



Oliver Casey, Appalachian State

Daniel Hoang, Appalachian State

Jack Maddocks, Appalachian State

Adam Steryous, Furman

Liam Sullivan, Samford

Haris Poric, Wofford


Player of the Year

Cameron Silverman, Elon


Freshman of the Year

Adam Steryous, Furman


Don Bunch/Buddy Hartsell Sportsmanship Award

Walker Heffron, Wofford


Coach of the Year

Michael Leonard, Elon



Cox Named Second Team All-SoCon



Appalachian State University women’s tennis sophomore Clare Cox (Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley) was named as a second team all-Southern Conference selection, the league office announced on Monday.


Cox finished the season with a record of 10-11 at the No. 1 spot in singles play, which included a 5-4 mark against SoCon opponents. She also went 8-11 in doubles play while playing most of the season at the No. 2 spot in the lineup.


The Greensboro, N.C. native earned SoCon Player of the Week honors for the week of March 31-April 6 and ended the year on a four-match win streak in singles while taking four-of-five doubles matches to close out the regular season. She is 25-19 in singles play in her first two years as a Mountaineer and was the 2013 SoCon Freshman of the Year after finishing 15-8 a season ago.


Cox and the Mountaineers (8-15, 3-6 SoCon) enter the 2014 SoCon Tournament as the No. 7 seed and will take on No. 10 Western Carolina at 2 p.m. on Wednesday from the Champions Club in Chattanooga, Tenn.


2014 SoCon Women’s Tennis Postseason Awards

First Team


Brites Moniz-Soares, Davidson

Jordan Johnston, Elon

Ansley Speaks, Furman

Stephanie N’tcha, Samford

Kayla Jones, Chattanooga

Stacia Kissell, Western Carolina



Katherine Oudin/Alex Moreno-Kaste, Furman

Stephanie N’tcha/Kristen Lewis, Samford

Kaylene Chadwell/Alexa Flynn, Chattanooga


Second Team

Singles (by position)

No. 1 – Clare Cox, Appalachian State

No. 2 – Frida Jansaker, Elon

No. 3 – Yasmeen Ebada, Samford

No. 4 – Bryn Khoury, Elon

No. 5 – Emily Mallory, Samford

No. 6 – Blair Martin, Furman


Doubles (by position)

No. 1 – Jordan Johnston/Barbora Lazarova, Elon

No. 2 – Blair Martin/Ansley Speaks, Furman

No. 3 – Kelsey Coots/Claire Mulyadi, Chattanooga



Karlee Bryde, Furman

Ansley Speaks, Furman

Blair Martin, Furman

Giulia Riepe, Georgia Southern

Yasmin Franco, UNCG

Lauren Caballero, Samford


Player of the Year

Ansley Speaks, Furman


Freshman of the Year

Ansley Speaks, Furman


Sportsmanship Award

Audrey Coventry, Wofford


Coach of the Year

Debbie Southern, Furman