UNC-Greensboro @ Men’s Basketball

January 9, 2014 No Comments by Charles

7:15 AM: First look at tonight’s spread between App and UNCG, favored the Mountaineers by 3, which is now moved to 4. As of now, would consider App at 3, and hesitate at 4. Generally this wouldn’t be a game where you would make your play moments before tipoff. 10:26 PM: The spread never moved […]

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Women’s Basketball 77 UNC-Greensboro 46

February 27, 2013 No Comments by Charles

If Appalachian had any lingering effects from their loss on Monday at Elon, they let them all loose on Greensboro. The Mountaineers never trailed in this game, and raced out to a sixteen point lead at halftime over the Spartans. The Mountaineers eventually led by as many as thirty five points in the second half […]

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Women’s Basketball 81 UNC-Greensboro 58

January 20, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Appalachian will host the UNCG Spartans on Sunday afternoon in a battle of two teams heading opposite directions. Appalachian is 5-1 in conference play while Greensboro is winless in conference action and have only won three games on the season overall. All of the games Greensboro has won this season have been at home, over […]

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Men’s Basketball 83 UNC-Greensboro 70

January 13, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Appalachian concludes its homestand with a game against UNC-Greesboro on Monday night. Greensboro is having a very tough season, standing at 3-11 and 1-2 in conference play. The Spartans were considered a team that could win the North Division, but have not played that well. They have lost several plays to injuries recently and are […]

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Men’s Basketball 76 Virginia Tech 87

November 23, 2012 No Comments by Charles

Pregame: Virginia Tech is off to hot start with a sparkling 4-0 record and its brand new head coach, James Johnson who replaced the fired Seth Greenberg. No matter how hard he tried, Greenberg could not get his teams to the NCAA tournament often enough. Johnson is somewhat of an unknown to the common basketball […]

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Men’s Basketball 72, East Carolina 82

November 20, 2012 No Comments by Charles

Pregame: Appalachian travels to long time stat rival East Carolina tonight in the second game of a three games series with the Pirates. Appalachian and East Carolina agreed to a two and one agreement with Appalachian prior to last season, with Appalachian’s home game in the series being played last year at Time-Warner Cable Arena […]

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Women’s Basketball 84, Gardner-Webb 43

November 20, 2012 No Comments by Charles

Pregame: The Mountaineer women (1-1) continue their season with their second home game this evening against Big South opponent Gardner-Webb. The Mountaineers fell in a heartbreaker to Virginia Tech six days ago in Blacksburg. Appalachian is led by senior Anna Freeman who is averaging 27 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Anna is also a perfect 12/12 from […]

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#28 Appalachian State Baseball (34-11, 18-6 SoCon) vs. UNC-Greensboro (22-23, 7-17 SoCon)

May 3, 2012 No Comments by Charles

Appalachian hosts a critical series this weekend in a situation where a sweep is a almost a must if they want to win the regular season SoCon title. The Mountaineers have been flawless at home this season, with a sparkling 21-1 record. On the other hand, The Spartans are 2-10 on the road in conference […]

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Appalachian State Baseball (25-9, 10-5 SoCon) vs. Eastern Kentucky (16-17, 8-4 OVC)

April 16, 2012 No Comments by Charles

Eastern Kentucky has been through an up and down season that has been filled with streaks of winning and losing. After winning three of their first four games, the Colonels went on to lose their next 6 games before winning their next seven games. Since then, they have won two and lost two. During their […]

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Appalachian State Men’s Basketball: UNC-Greensboro Postgame

March 4, 2012 No Comments by Charles

  The importance of the regular season reared its ugly head once again and the Appalachian State fell on the wrong side of that equation. Securing a bye in the tournament is extremely critical, and it was apparent that playing for the second straight day took its toll on the Mountaineers. Appalachian was in control […]

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