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Western Carolina’s women’s team and Appalachian State’s men’s team lead the field at the conclusion of day one of the 2014 Southern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championship.

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The Southern Conference has announced the pairings for the 2014 Men’s Basketball Tournament, slated to begin Friday (March 7) in Asheville, N.C., at the U.S. Cellular Center. Full Story

Mocs Top Mountaineers in SoCon Finale

An anemic offensive showing in the second half and a tough, physical Chattanooga proved to be too much to overcome as Appalachian State University men’s basketball fell by a 63-44 final in its final Southern Conference regular season game on Saturday at McKenzie Arena. Full Story

Mountaineers Crack Win Column Against Michigan

Behind fantastic pitching and timely hitting, Appalachian State University baseball ended its nine-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over Michigan on Saturday at theUSA Baseball-Irish Classic in Cary, N.C. Full Story

Offensive Woes Trouble Bobcats

Lees-McRae senior Layana De Souza and sophomore Alyssa Munson registered double digits, but the LMC offense couldn't get on track in a 46-37 loss to King in the Conference Carolinas quarterfinal powered by OrthoCarolina at the Student Center Complex in Bristol, Tenn. Full Story

L-R Women Clinch SAC Regular Season Title

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (22-5, 17-5) clinched its fourth South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Championship in school history with a 73-50 win over Mars Hill (8-18, 7-15) Saturday afternoon at Stanford Arena. Full Story

Mountaineers Beats WCU In Season Finale

The Appalachian State University womens' basketball team finished the regular season by knocking off Western Carolina 63-56 Saturday afternoon in Cullowee, N.C. Full Story


The North Carolina High School Athletic Association's regional basketball tournaments, will get underway on Tuesday as the state's prep teams continue the road toward the state championships.

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Mountaineers Fall to Samford in SoCon Opener

Appalachian State University women’s tennis lost its second-straight match as it fell by a 4-3 final to Samford in its Southern Conference opener on Saturday at Yonahlossee Racquet Club. Full Story

Mountaineers’ Sun Belt Slate is Set

Appalachian State University’s first NCAA Division I FBS football schedule was finalized on Saturday when the Sun Belt Conference announced its 2014 slate. While Appalachian State’s home and away Sun Belt opponents for 2014 have been set since last fall, dates for the Mountaineers’ eight conference games were not known Full Story

WHS Soccer Earns Tie In Season Opener

The Watauga High girls' soccer team earned a 1-1 tie in its season opener Friday night in Taylorsville, N.C. The Pioneers dominated the game by out shooting and out possessing Alexander Central, but the Pioneers couldn't find the net.

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Indians Nip Bears, 2-1

The Catawba Baseball Team (7-8, 3-3) outlasted Lenoir-Rhyne (4-12, 1-8) in a pitchers' duel Friday night in a South Atlantic Conference game at Bears Field. Catawba's John Tuttle (Kannapolis, N.C.) (2-1) allowed just one unearned run in addition to striking out 12 batters in the complete game victory as the Indians won their third Full Story

ASU Baseball Drops Ninth Straight

The Appalachian State University baseball team saw great performances by pitchers but could not gain more than one run losing the first game of the Notre Dame’s Irish Classic 2-1 to Youngstown State Friday afternoon at the USA Baseball National Training Complex. Full Story

ASU Spring Practice Report, February 28

Appalachian State University football officially began on-field preparations for its first NCAA Division I FBS campaign on Friday when it opened spring practice at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Friday’s practice, the first of 15 permitted by the NCAA in the spring, was conducted in helmets and shorts, although many players chose Full Story

Apps Down Raiders; Fall to Panthers

Appalachian State University softball began the Charleston Southern Invitational at 9 a.m. with the first game of the day against the Eastern Illinois Panthers and would fall 2-1. In the second game of the morning, App State would challenge the Colgate Raiders and win 3-2 on a walk-off sac-fly. Full Story

Pirates Eliminate Pioneers

Any thoughts the Watauga High boys' basketball team had about pulling off a huge upset were squashed immediately on Friday night. Greensboro-Page (27-2), the No.1 seed in the West, blasted WHS 102-64 in Greensboro, N.C., in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 4A sectional championship game. The Full Story

Mountaineers Rally Past Samford for Season Sweep

A swarming defense and clutch free-throw shooting helped Appalachian State University men’s basketball to a 63-57 road win over Samford in Southern Conference action on Thursday at the Pete Hanna Center. Full Story

Newberry Downs L-R Women's Tennis, 8-1

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Tennis Team (4-3, 0-1) suffered an 8-1 setback to Newberry (7-4, 3-1) in its South Atlantic Conference opener on Thursday at Cannon Courts. The Wolves entered the match ranked No. 10 in the region. Full Story

De Souza, Cakarevic Earn All-Academic Honors

Lees-McRae seniors Layana De Souza and Natalija Cakarevic were named to the Conference Carolinas 2013-2014 Academic Women’s Basketball All-Conference team, the conference office announced Thursday afternoon. Full Story

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