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Smith Featured in NATA News Article

Lees-McRae Director of Athletic Training and SWA Rita Smith was featured in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association News Magazine in the January edition.

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Appalachian State Holds Annual Pro Day

Fourteen National Football League teams were represented at Appalachian State University’s annual Pro Day on Monday afternoon. Pro Day activities were held in the Appalachian Athletics Center and Sofield

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Salminen Named to Finnish National Team

Lees-McRae freshman Treven Salminen has been named to the 2014 Finnish National Lacrosse Team for this summer's World Championships in Commerce City, Colo.

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Chattanooga, Furman Lead All-Sports Races

After an impressive showing in the winter sports, Chattanooga’s men’s teams have taken over the lead in the Southern Conference all-sports race, while Furman continues to lead on the women’s side after

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WHS Sports Postponements....

Watauga High Athletic Director Tom Wright has announced that todqy's sports schedule has been altered due to inclement weather.

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L-R Rallies To Beat Shepherd, 12-11

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Lacrosse Team (5-2) rallied late for a 12-11 win over Shepherd (5-2) Sunday afternoon at Ram Stadium. L-R sophomore midfielder Bailey Leonard (Cornelius, N.C.) broke an 11-11 tie with the match-winning goal with 4:08 remaining to lift the Bears to the win. Full Story

ASU Women Places Seventh at Pinehurst

The Appalachian State University women’s golf team second round score of 303 moved them from 10th place on the first day to finish in seventh place at the Pinehurst Challenge par-72, 5,949 yard, Pinehurst No. 1 golf course in Pinehurst, N.C. Full Story

Seramer To Sign Monday

Watauga High senior Alison Seramer will make it official on Monday by signing her national letter of intent with Queens University, a Division II school in Charlotte, N.C., and a member of Conference Carolinas.

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Bears Men's Lacrosse Blasts Lynn, 23-4

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Lacrosse Team (4-2), ranked No. 14 in NCAA Division II, notched an easy victory over Lynn (1-4), 23-4, Sunday afternoon at Walton High School. Full Story

App State, CofC Rained Out

Sunday’s matchup between the Appalachian State University baseball team and the College of Charleston has been canceled due to rain. This marks the second year in a row that the Sunday matchup between the teams have been canceled due to rain.

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WHS Track Finishes Fourth At ACR

The Watauga High boys' and girls' track teams both turned in fourth-place finishes Friday night at A.C. Reynolds. The WHS boys produced 21 top-ten place finishers, including ten in the top-five. The Pioneers, who didn't win any events on Friday, also produced four second-place finishes. Full Story

WHS Boys' Lx Drops Two....

It was a tough debut for new Watauga High boys' lacrosse coach Brett Green and the Pioneers. WHS (0-2) was bested by Lake Norman Charter 20-1 Friday night in its season opener at Leigh Wallace Memorial Field.

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This Guy Is Good....

And that may be an understatement. Joseph Lowder of the Ashe County High baseball team tossed another gem. And this time it was nearly perfect. Lowder, who struck out 13 men in a lopsided win against West Caldwell on March 1, tossed a no-hitter against Avery in his second appearance of the year. Lowder went six innings Full Story

Team USA Announced for World Championships

Ten athletes will represent Team USA at the IAAF/AL Bank World Half Marathon Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, March 29, USATF announced today. The roster is highlighted by Josphat Boit who finished third at the USA Half Marathon Championships 1:01:49, while Tyler Pennel of Zap Fitness Foundation in Blowing

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Patriots Win State Title

The Freedom High boys' basketball team closed out its season by winning the NCHSAA Class 3A state championship Saturday night at the Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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Moore Blanks Golden Flashes, 8-0

The Appalachian State University baseball team recorded its first shutout of the season on Saturday, blanking Kent State 8-0 at Patriots Point Park in Mount Pleasant, N.C.

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ASU Splits with Chattanooga

The Appalachian State University softball team earned a split with Chattanooga in the Southern Conference opener for both teams on Saturday. The Mountaineers also saw their lengthy home-field

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LMC Falls at No. 13 Ball State

Lees-McRae sophomore Brady Markle notched a team-high 11 kills, but LMC fell to No. 13 Ball State, 19-25, 19-25, 29-27, 3-25, in its final non-conference match of the year at Worthen Arena in Muncie, Ind.

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L-R Sweeps Anderson In SAC Opener

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team (20-5, 2-0) opened South Atlantic Conference play on Saturday by sweeping Anderson (20-6, 0-2), 6-5 and 12-1, at Smethers Field. With the sweep, the Bears increased

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