Tag: Women’s Basketball

Samford buzzer-beats Appalachian…again

March 8, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Samford’s Jazmine Martin nailed a three pointer with three tenths of a second on the clock to beat Appalachian on Monday night in Boone. It was second time this season that Appalachian had lost to the Bulldogs on a last second shot. In both instances, Appalachian connected on their final possession to tie the game. […]

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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 74 Charleston 65

February 20, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Appalachian has played some of its best defense in the last week or so, and they will need another effort like the last few games to hold off Charleston. The Cougars are a very interesting team this season. After two years of being well below average, the Cougars have found some momentum and find themselves […]

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Women’s Basketball 63 Western Carolina 32

February 18, 2013 No Comments by Charles

One way to look at this game, is that Appalachian did a great job of playing defense and holding Western to only 32 points. Otherwise, Appalachian was fortunate that they had one of their worst offensive nights against one of the worst teams in the conference. Considering the Mountaineers only gave up 50 to Wofford […]

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Women’s Basketball 77 Wofford 50

February 15, 2013 No Comments by Charles

The Mountaineer women will face Wofford in the annual Play4Kay game for cancer research. Wofford is 0-5 on the road this season in conference play despite taking Appalachian to two overtimes earler this season. Wofford has yet to beat an Appalachian team coached by Darcie Vincent despite several close calls over the years. The Mountaineers […]

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Appalachian Men & Women Sweep Furman

February 10, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Women’s: Appalachian needs to get respond quickly to its first home loss of the season. The best way to do that might be by playing the Furman Paladins. Surprisingly, Furman has won two games in a row over Western Carolina and Samford, and has been playing a bunch of close games of late. Furman only […]

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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,┬áDavidson 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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Women’s Basketball 67 Georgia Southern 54

February 4, 2013 No Comments by Charles

The final does not look all that impressive, but a road conference win is just what Appalachian needed. The Mountaineers had lost three conference road games, and won another in overtime. Appalachian extended a twelve point halftime lead to twenty points late in the game. Southern finished the game on a seven point run in […]

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Women’s Basketball 80 Elon 62

February 1, 2013 No Comments by Charles

Appalachian is in a very precarious spot. A win is highly needed and a very surprising Elon team is coming to town looking to steal a win from the reeling Mountaineers. Elon has jumped out to an 8-2 conference record, including a win over Chattanooga at home. The Phoenix hold a game and a half […]

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Women’s Basketball 64 Samford 66

January 27, 2013 No Comments by Charles

When Appalachian and Samford play on Monday Night, plenty will be on the line. The loser will have their third or fourth loss in conference play, and will have an extremely uphill battle if they plan on winning the conference battle. Samford has ended Appalachian’s conference tournament the last three years. The Bulldogs use a […]

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