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APSU bats stay hot against SIU

APSU baseball (3-1) continued to find success in the opening portion of the season after blasting the visiting Southern Illinois Salukis (3-1) 10-3 on Wednesday, Feb. 22. The Govs’ hot streak stems from an offensive that has produced 37 runs in the opening four games. It was the opening frames ...

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Murry, Jones shine on Senior Day vs. SIUE

In their final game at the Dunn Center on Dave Loos Court seniors John Murry and Kenny Jones issued a dominating performance to lead APSU (10-18, 6-8 Ohio Valley Conference) to a 92-84 win over SIUE (5-24, 0-15 OVC). The win keeps the Govs mathematically in the running for a ...

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Mattson named OVC Co-Softball Player of the Week

Carly Mattson was named Ohio Valley Conference Co-Softball Player of the Week in the first week of the season. The sophomore catcher started out her 2017 season with eight hits, recording at least one in each game. Mattson’s effectiveness at the plate continued with three home runs and a .615 batting ...

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APSU struggles in 85-79 loss to UTM

APSU Men’s Basketball (7-15, 3-5 Ohio Valley Conference) shot 49 percent from the field in their 85-79 loss to The University of Tennessee at Martin (15-8, 5-3 OVC). Leading the charge for the visiting Skyhawks was Jacolby Mobley with 36 points. Josh Robinson finished the night with 21 points for the ...

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Govs knock off rivals Murray State in OT

Nobody was sitting when APSU men’s basketball (7-14, 3-4 Ohio Valley Conference) stepped toe-to-toe with Ohio Valley Conferece West Division leaders Murray State (11-10, 5-2 OVC). The Govs pulled off a historic win, taking the Racers into overtime only to outlast them 84-81. Josh Robinson and John Murry had 22 points ...

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Lady Govs outlast Murray State with strong second quarter

The Lady Govs entered the second period of the Battle of the Border with a decent 6 points. Ten minutes later, the team went to the locker room now up by a commanding 23 points. Through the second, APSU (10-10, 4-3 Ohio Valley Conference) found strengths in the physical play ...

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