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ASU Women Grab 11 Top-Two Finishers At App Open

Appalachian State University women’s track and field solid performance earned them 11 top-two finishers at the Appalachian Split Open Meet Thursday night to help prepare the squad for the 30-plus team meet next week at ETSU.
The Mountaineers' sprinters performed very well with

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Rearden Earns More All-America Honors

Lenoir-Rhyne's Chandler Rearden has been named to the 2011 All-American Second Team. Rearden, a senior offensive lineman from Greenwood, S.C., garnered his fourth All-American accolade for the year.
Rearden has also been selected to the

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Wofford Guns Down ASU, 73-61

Behind a season-high 20 points from Andre Williamson (Dayton, Ohio/Prince George), Appalachian State University men’s basketball rallied from a seven-point deficit to take a lead early in the second half before

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Coaching Changes Continue At ASU

The Appalachian State University football team lost two more football coaches Thursday afternoon. The school has announced that offensive line coach Bob McClain and running backs coach Chris Moore have left to pursue other professional opportunities, efffective immediately. Full Story

Pioneers Win Ugly, But They Win!

It wasn't pretty, but when you're struggling like the Watauga High men's basketball is these days, head coach Rob Sanders will take a win any way he can get it.
And the Pioneers (7-9 overall; 3-3 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) rewarded their coach Wednesday night with a hard-fought

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Apps Stave of Late Rally at Wofford

Appalachian State University women’s basketball hung on late for a thrilling 59-58 win over Southern Conference foe Wofford on Wednesday at Benjamin Johnson Arena.
The Mountaineers (12-3, 6-1 SoCon) led by as many as 14 points in the contest, but were forced to make several defensive stands in

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Bobcats hold off Crusaders, 63-61

The Lees-McRae College men's basketball team held on for a 63-61 win over North Greenville University on Wednesday evening in Conference Carolinas play, surviving a late rally attempt by the Crusaders in Hayes Gymnasium.
North Greenville (8-6, 3-4 CC) won nearly every battle except

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Bears Win Fourth Straight

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (8-8, 4-3) won its fourth consecutive game, 61-58, over Catawba (4-11, 1-6) Wednesday evening in a South Atlantic Conference contest at Goodman Gymnasium.
Senior forward D.J. Blackmon (Albemarle, N.C.) and sophomore forward

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ASU Baseball 2012 Season Tickets On Sale Now

2012 Appalachian State University baseball season tickets are on sale now. A reserved, chairback seat for all 29 games slated to be played at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium this spring costs just $50 for adults, $40 for ASU faculty/staff and $30 for youth (ages 3-12).
Highlighting the Mountaineers’ 29-game home schedule are a

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Watauga Storm 14u Boys Win Again

The Watauga Storm 14-and-under boys basketball team pulled off its second tournament win in as many weeks last weekend. The Storm captured the West Wilkes Whirlies Backboard Breaking Bash last Saturday, January 14 at

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Bears' Arcieri Named Player To Watch By ABCA

Lenoir-Rhyne's Stephan Arcieri has been named a Player To Watch from the Southeast Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
The designation is part of the 2012 NCAA Division II ABCA/Rawlings Preseason All-American Team.
Arcieri, a senior outfielder from Roswell, Ga., finished third on the team last season in

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Williamson Named Student-Athlete of Week

Appalachian State University’s Sarah Williamson has been named the Southern Conference’s Student-Athlete of the Week, the league office announced Wednesday afternoon.
The junior claimed the 5000m run title at the Dick Taylor Invitational hosted by

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WHS JV Boys Still Unbeaten

The Watauga High JV boys basketball remained perfect by blasting St. Stephens 45-19 Tuesday night in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game in Catawba County.
The Pioneers (15-0 overall; 5-0 NW3A/4A) broke the game open by

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Brown Ninth Nationally In Three-Point Percentage

Lees-McRae College junior DJ Brown (Anderson, S.C.) vaulted more than 20 spots in the NCAA Division II men's basketball statistical rankings this week, entering this Saturday's Conference Carolinas matchup with

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Baab Memorial Service Available On Youtube

The Lees-McRae Colllege athletic department has made last Thursday's memorial service for Bobcat cyclist Megan Baab, who passed away in a tragic training accident on December 15, 2011, available

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ASU Field Hockey Adds One for Spring Semester

Appalachian State University field hockey head coach Brandi Alexander Kist has announced that defender, Laura Malinoski has enrolled to ASU as a transfer from Ball State.
By enrolling at ASU for the spring semester,

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Men’s Golf Unveils Spring Schedule

Appalachian State University head men’s golf coach Bill Dicus announced his team’s spring schedule on Wednesday. The Mountaineers face tough competition in five events leading up to the

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244 ASU Students Named to Fall Academic Honor Roll

244 Appalachian State University students have earned Academic Honor Roll recognition for the fall 2011 semester, as announced by Kim Sherrill, the Director of Academic Services for student-athletes.
Those honored include 195 student-athletes and an

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WHS Women Snap Skid

They say you have to crawl before you can walk, and you have to walk before you can run. Well, the Watauga High women's basketball team has gotten on its feet a few times this season,. But in their last two games, the Pioneers, similiar to a toddler struggling to stay on its feet, have fallen down

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