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Bumgarner wins again

Madison Bumgarner, who picked up his first Major League win last Tuesday against Milwaukee, was at it again on Sunday afternoon.


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Edwards officially a Carolina Panther

Armanti Edwards is finally a professional football player.  Edwards, who backboned Appalachian State University to a pair of national championships, has agreed to a  four-year deal with the Carolina Panthers. The deal was agreed upon on Thursday night The deal is worth 2.5 million dollars with a $710,000 signing bonus.


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Four-of-Six ASU Home Kickoff Times Announced

With the finalization of the Southern Conference’s 2010 football television schedule, Appalachian State University announced kickoff times for four of its six regular-season home games on Thursday.

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Orlebar finally gets a chance

Former Appalachian State University defensive end Daniel Orlebar is really enjoying himself these days.

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ASU opener to be televised on SportsSouth

The Southern Conference in conjunction with SportsSouth has announced its television schedule for the upcoming football season.

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Bumgarner earns first Major League win

It took a while, but when the moment arrived, it was certainly gratifying.

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Former ASU coach indicted

Travis Jones, a former assistant coach at Appalachian State University, is in trouble with the law.

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Triplett in IL Hall of Fame

The late Coaker Triplett, who was born and raised in Boone, NC, was recently inducted into the International League Hall of Fame

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Hobson off to hot start

Former Appalachian State University baseball player Wes Hobson is tearing up the Arizona Rookie League.

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The Appalachian State football team is scheduled to open the season at Chattanooga on Saturday, September 4. And the game may be televised.

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ASU men's hoops could land seven-footer

The Appalachian State men's basketball team could bolster its inside game.


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UNC-Duke in prime time

CBS Sports has announced that Duke and North Carolina will be broadcast in prime time.

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Towarnicky Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Appalachian State University baseball first baseman David Towarnicky has earned a prestigious NCAA postgraduate scholarship, the NCAA has announced.

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Men’s Golf to Play in Scotland

Appalachian State University men’s golf will participate in the 2010 International Collegiate Championship at the Torrance Course at St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland, head coach Bill Dicus announced on Monday.


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Drummonds named All-State


Rising senior Shelby Drummonds of the Watauga High softball team raised her game another notch recently.

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WHS wins North Bumcombe Tournament

The Watauga High varsity baseball team turned in another solid performance this weekend.

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Smith is stellar at state games

Mary Chestnut Smith may not have scored this past weekend at the North Carolina State Games High School Soccer Showcase at Queens University in Charlotte.


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Vikings soccer among best in WNC

The accolades just keep pouring in for the Avery High women's soccer team.

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ASU will Host Five SoCon Championships

Appalachian State University will host the 2010 Southern Conference Volleyball Championship, the SoCon has announced. The tournament will be held Nov. 19-21 at ASU’s Holmes Center.

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