13 Facts About Appalachian State

1. Appalachian State running back Jalin Moore was the first player to officially accept an invite for the 2019 Senior Bowl.

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2. Appalachian State hired a defensive line coach on Friday, leaving only one open spot left on new head coach Eliah Drinkwitz's coaching staff.

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3. Appalachian State has won 21 conference titles, 15 outright and six shared.

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4. Appalachian State shows a commitment to sustainability through their annual Appalachian Energy Summit, installation of North Carolina's largest wind turbine, and the addition of a composting facility.

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5. Appalachian State Cares is a place to find resources and support available for our students faculty and staff regarding student health and safety.

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6. Appalachian State is recognized nationally in the areas of community and civic engagement and service-learning.

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7. Appalachian State encourages opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research projects alongside their professors.

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8. In 2017, App Appalachian State added a new video board, sound system and LED ribbon displays.

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9. Appalachian State fields varsity teams in 20 sports, 10 for men and 10 for women.

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10. Appalachian State provides a variety of off-campus, part-time undergraduate and graduate programs.

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11. In 1972, Appalachian State became part of the University of North Carolina system.

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12. Appalachian State attained national standards by becoming accredited by the American Association for Teacher Education in 1939, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1942.

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13. Appalachian State traveled to the state capital, Raleigh, after drafting a bill.

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