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Gary McClure Breaks All-time Wins Record with 7-3 Victory Over Tennessee Tech

In 1993, Murray State head coach Johnny Reagan retired from coaching baseball with 776 career victories to lead the Ohio Valley Conference for 20 years. But on April 5, 2013 a new mark was set that fans in attendance at Raymond C. Hand Park will never forget. Governors head coach ...

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Gautier, Massoni Lead Bat Govs Past Lipscomb

After sweeping the Thoroughbreds of Murray State over the weekend, APSU returned home to Raymond C. Hand Park to play host to the Lipscomb Bisons on Tuesday, April 2 in a non-conference match-up. Starting on the mound for the Govs was Zach Hall, who improved his record to 3-1 on ...

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APSU women’s tennis on a roll

»Brittany hickey, Guest Writer APSU’s women’s tennis team took on Southeast Missouri and UT Martin on Friday, March 29, and Saturday, March 30, at home and prevailed. The weekend puts the women at 6-10 this spring. They won the weekend in the singles matches, winning eight of 12, four and ...

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Humorist Roy Blount Jr. gives reading

Nationally recognized writer and humorist Roy Blount Jr. read from his work and told other humorous anecdotes on Tuesday, March 26, as part of the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts’ Visiting Writers Series. As creative writing professor Barry Kitterman said in his introduction, “[Blount] rafted the Amazon, played ...

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Govs Improve OVC Record to 7-1 with Sweep at Murray State

Austin Peay and Murray State renewed their rivalry dating back to 1963 as the Govs traveled to Reagan Field for a three-game conference series on Thursday, March 28, through Saturday, March 30 against the Thoroughbreds. The Govs (22-5, 7-1) would go on to sweep Murray State (12-15, 6-6) in the ...

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APSU Tennis displays mixed results against EIU

APSU came out with mixed results in their tennis match against Eastern Illinois at the Wabash Valley Tennis Club in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Sunday, March 24. The APSU men won all four matches they played before the event was cut short due to inclement weather. APSU’s women won just ...

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