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Loos returns from leave of absence

APSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dave Loos is set to return from a four-game leave of absence to resume his coaching role with the Govs. Loos took a leave of absence to focus on his health on Jan. 5, before the Govs (6-13, 2-3 Ohio Valley Conference) traveled to take ...

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The History of APSU-Murray

The Governors will face the Murray State Racers  at the Dunn Center for the first edition of the Battle of the Border on Saturday Jan. 21, a 6:30 p.m. The two teams have combined 20 Ohio Valley  Conference Championships, with the most recent being APSU’s 2016 Championship. Eight 0f those ...

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Josh Robinson named OVC Player of the Week

Josh Robinson led the way for APSU Men’s Basketball by scoring a combined 62 points in the Govs two game road trip to Illinois on Jan. 12 and 14. Robinson’s leadership and efforts on the trip did not go unnoticed as he was named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the ...

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Loos takes leave of absence

APSU’s Athletics Department has announced that head men’s basketball coach and all-time Ohio Valley Conference wins leader Dave Loos, 69, will be taking an indefinite leave of absence to focus on health. The leave will begin with the away game against Tennessee Tech on Jan. 5. Loos has been in ...

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Tommy Hays leaves APSU, heads to Central Washington

Former APSU football quarterback Tommy Hays announced on his personal Twitter account that he will be transfering to play at Central Washington University for the 2017 season. Hays came to APSU over the summer after transferring from junior college program Butte College. Hays made six appearances for the Govs while ...

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Lady Govs use second half to get first win of the season

The Lady Govs basketball team came out slow in the second game of the year trailing Christian Brothers 35-31 at halftime before securing the first win of the season 76-57. APSU (1-1) outscored the Lady Bucs 45-22 in the second half behind a career high 23 points from junior Brianne ...

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