Boone, North Carolina – App State’s men’s basketball scored the most points in school history with the team’s dominant 142-74 win over Warren Wilson.
The Mountaineers showed their depth in front of the Holmes crowd, with all 15 players not exceeding 20 minutes and none exceeding 20 minutes. Black & Gold went 39- with 79 bench points, 52 paint points and 45 haste points. 43 (.907) from the line. His 30 assists for them was the most ever achieved by a team. Dustin Kearnstime as a head coach.
Christopher Mantis They led the scoring with a career-high 22 points, including four 3-three that sparked App State’s swing of momentum in the first half. The Mountaineers went 25-17 with six minutes into play before Mantis hit the first three. In his next ten minutes, App State outscored his Owls with him 41-12. This includes 16 from his sophomore forward.
Terrence Harcum When Zabion Brown They also scored career-high points, scoring 16 and 13 respectively. Harkam started the game and had four assists and three rebounds. The sophomore also drew six fouls and scored 7-7 from the team-leading line.
Brown was the star of the dunk show, scoring 12 points on a dunk on a night when the home team scored 26 slams.
At the time of debut as a freshman, Justin Abson He had 8 points, 5 rebounds and 3 blocks in 13 minutes of action.
In total, the rookie accounted for 60 points, 30 rebounds and 12 assists. The team overall was aggressive on defense, recording 16 steals and 11 blocks.
The Mountaineers rebounded the Owls 57-39.
App State will play its second home game against NC Central this Thursday at 6:30 pm. Next Tuesday, the team will play his first road game in Louisville at 6 p.m.
Season tickets and single game tickets are available here: http://goapp.st/MBBSEASONTIX