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Huge Rally Comes Up Short in ASU Loss

Appalachian State University baseball nearly came all the way back from a 9-0 deficit but the rally fell just short in its 10-8 loss to Elon on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Full Story

 
ASU Softball Claims First SoCon Title

Appalachian State University clinched the program’s first regular season Southern Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon after defeating Georgia Southern 2-0 in game one of the three-game series. The game one win at Eagle Stadium was all the Apps needed to earn the regular season championship. Full Story

 
Callaway Named SoCon Player Of Month

After hitting safely in all 16 games that he played in April, Appalachian State University baseball’s Will Callaway (Greenville, S.C./Eastside) has been named the Southern Conference Player of the Month, the league office announced on Friday. Full Story

 
Seven-Run Sixth Lifts Mountaineers to 9-1 Win

Highlighted by a seven-run sixth inning, Appalachian State University baseball jumped out to a 9-0 lead and cruised to a 9-1 win over Elon in the clubs’ Southern Conference series opener on Friday evening at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Full Story

 
Record Month for Yosef Club in April

On the heels of Appalachian State University’s announcement that it had accepted an invitation to join the Sun Belt Conference, supporters donated over $600,000 to the Yosef Club in the month of April, senior associate director of athletics Rick Beasley announced on Friday. Full Story

 
'Dads Club Tourists 9-3

The Hickory Crawdads came out swinging and never looked back Friday night, as the 'Dads backed a great performance from ace C.J. Edwards with two home runs and 11 total hits in a 9-3 route of the Asheville Tourists in front of 2,882 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium.

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Pioneers Drop Fourth Straight


The Watauga High girl's soccer team has picked a bad time for a tailspin. The Pioneers (8-8-3 ovearll; 6-5-1 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) suffered their fourth consecutive loss with a 2-0 setback against Hickory on Senior Night at Jack Groce Stadium. Full Story

 
Spartans Derail Pioneers

Nothing lasts forever. Change is inevitable. Sometimes it's for the good, and sometimes, well, it's not very favorable. The Watauga High baseball team found the latter part of that statement to be true and extremely painful at the same time. The Pioneers (15-11), one of the hottest teams in western North Carolina, let alone

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Pioneers Upended By Schubert Again

The Watauga High softball team had a much better showing against Lexi Schubert and Fred T. Foard in their third and final meeting of the season. Unfortunately, Schubert, who tossed a perfect game against WHS (6-12) in their last meeting (by a 16-0 score on April 24), bested the Pioneers Full Story

 
Three Homers, Vasquez, Backbone 'Dads In 6-3 Win

L. P. Frans stadium was privy to a great pitching performance Thursday night, but it may not have been from the pitcher many expected. Facing defending SAL Pitcher of the Week Eddie Butler, it was Hickory hurler Kelvin Vasquez who controlled the game with five shutout innings in the

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Bears Softball Ranked 11th In D-II Poll

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team has moved up three spots to No. 11 in this week's NFCA NCAA Division II Top 25 Poll. The NFCA is the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. In addition, the Bears remain in second place in the weekly NCAA Division II Southeast Regional

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ASU Holds Annual All-Sports Banquet

Appalachian State University athletics handed out 36 awards and recognized dozens more at its annual All-Sports Banquet, appropriately titled The APPspy Awards, on Thursday evening at Holmes Convocation Center. Full Story

 
Ginipro Adds Four to 2013 ASU Squad

Appalachian State University volleyball head coach Matt Ginipro announced the addition of four players to his squad for the 2013 campaign on Thursday. Full Story

 
ASU 2014 Football Schedule Taking Shape

Appalachian State University’s 2014 football schedule is taking shape with the addition of a home game versus Campbell and the cancellation of a previously scheduled trip to McNeese State. In a deal originally struck last fall, Appalachian State will host Campbell on Sept. 6, 2014, one week after the Mountaineers’ previously announced season opener at Michigan. The Aug. 30, 2014 contest at

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That's Four In A Row

The Watauga Storm 15-and-under boys baskeball team captured its fourth consecutive tournament title by knocking off the East Burke Cavs 58-46 in the

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WHS LX To Host Raiders Friday

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that the boy's lacrosse team will host Pfafftown-Reagan (9-4), the No.2 seed from District 8,

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WHS Baseball Tryouts Sunday

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that there will be tryouts for rising ninth Full Story

 
WHS Volleyball Camp

Watauga High volleyball coach Kris Hagaman, who will begin her fourth season with the varsity program has announced that the Pioneers will host a volleyball camp for girls ages 8-18 June 13-15 at Full Story

 
ASU Softball Streaks Into Record Books

Appalachian State University softball wrapped up its perfect 18-0 home season with a sweep over Radford in its final mid-week doubleheader of the 2013 season at Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium. Full Story

 
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