One more month of baseball…

April 24, 2014 No Comments by Charles

The headline makes it sound like a depressing post that dreads the end of the season, but it is exactly the opposite. There are a minimum of sixteen games remaining, including two games in the SoCon Tournament, but hopefully there are more. Dreams of an at large bid in the NCAA tournament are just that, […]

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Baseball (7-2, 2-1) wins series over Davidson

March 3, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Reminder: Baseball updates will be abbreviated until after the SoCon Basketball Tournament concludes this weekend in Asheville. Game One: Appalachian opened its conference schedule with a 4-1 win over Davidson on the road. Jamie Nunn continued his strong start to the season, keeping Davidson off balance over seven strong innings. Nunn scattered five hits and […]

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Men’s Basketball 52 Davidson 87

February 9, 2013 No Comments by Charles

If this game is anything like the last matchup between Appalachian and Davidson, it will be over before it starts. Davidson executed a brilliant game, hitting over 50% of their shots for the game, and Appalachian played one of its poorest games of the season. This does not suggest that is the sole reason Davidson […]

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Women’s Basketball 49 Davidson 56

February 9, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Just a little over a month ago, Appalachian and Davidson played a game exactly how most fans would see it, for one half. And suddenly,¬†Davidson figured out the Mountaineers. The Wildcats went to a zone defense, and the Mountaineers were finished. Appalachian could not get in the paint, could not hit an outside shot, and […]

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Men’s Basketball 56 Davidson 79

January 25, 2013 No Comments by Charles

After a whiteout Friday in Boone filled with sleet, freezing rain and occasional snow, Appalachian basketball will do their best to whiteout Davidson on Saturday afternoon. In an interesting twist, Appalachian marketing thought it was wise to distract Davidson with a whiteout, encouraging fans to wear white. Unfortunately, Davidson just played Western Carolina on the […]

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Women’s Basketball 49 Davidson 65

January 5, 2013 No Comments by Charles

For the Appalachian¬†women, this game is hard to consider a must win, since it is only the second conference game of the season, but this game means plenty for the team and coaches. Davidson was a favorite to win the conference this season after having a big season last year and sweeping the series with […]

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Davidson (4-9, 0-3) @ Appalachian State University Baseball (13-2, 3-0)

March 8, 2012 1 Comment by Charles

Davidson has lost four games in row, most recently losing at North Carolina and NC State. The Wildcats are hitting .236 as a team and are averaging 4.5 runs per game, while also striking out an average 8.8 times per game. The Davidson defense is averaging 2.7 errors per game and holds a .931 fielding […]

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Appalachian State Women’s Basketball: Chattanooga Postgame

February 28, 2012 No Comments by Charles

The Mountaineers had a chance to win the conference championship outright, but the Chattanooga Lady Mocs had other plans. Chattanooga led by ten at the half and held on for a 80-71 win. The win did not help the Mocs tournament seed, they were already guaranteed the third seed, but it did not stop them […]

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Appalachian State Women’s Basketball: Chattanooga 2/27/2012

February 27, 2012 No Comments by Charles

It comes down to tonight for the ouright SoCon Championship for the Mountaineer women when they face Chattanooga on the road. Appalachian holds a one game lead in the conference standings and has secured a share of the title with Davidson. However, tonight is all about conference seeding. With an Appalachian win, they secure the […]

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Appalachian State Women’s Basketball: Samford Postgame and Chattanooga Pregame

February 25, 2012 No Comments by Charles

The Lady Mountaineers had to stave off a second half rally from the Samford Bulldogs, but held on down the stretch to win 57-53 on the road. It was Samford’s first conference loss at home all season. The Mountaineers improved to 23-4 on the season and 17-2 in conference play. The Mountaineers dominated the boards […]

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