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Lady Govs soccer one and done

The Lady Govs women’s soccer teams’s valiant effort fell one penalty short against SIU-Edwardsville in the Ohio Valley Conference Quarterfinals. The Panthers, after 90 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of overtime, prevailed 5-4 over APSU. The season for the Lady Govs (10-6-4) came to an end with the loss. ...

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Two Lady Govs named OVC Players of the Week

Junior Ashley Slay and sophomore Kristen Stucker were named the volleyball OVC Offensive Player of the Week and OVC Setter of the Week, respectively. Slay recorded 22 kills on the week, for the second time this season, over three matches. Slay also finished with a hit percentage over .400 in all ...

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Football extends losing streak to 23 games

APSU football (0-8, 0-6 OVC) tallied 397 total yards in a 41-21 loss to Southeast Missouri at Houck Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 29. The Redhawks’ offense benefitted from a 21-point led third quarter to mute the sounds of a Govs comeback. On the day freshman quarterback JaVaughn Craig recorded his ...

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APSU secures spot in OVC Tournament with win over Belmont

Redshirt sophomore Morgan Jackson scored her first ever goal in a Lady Govs’ jersey as APSU outlasted Belmont in a 2-0 win on Friday, Oct. 21. Senior Gina Fabbro added her 28th career goal late to assure the victory, which secures APSU (9-6-2, 4-2-2 OVC) a spot in the 2016 Ohio Valley ...

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Robertson wants to “change the game”

Each athlete aspires to be the play maker on the field. No matter what position they play in or what role they serve, every athlete wants to leave their mark on the field. Motivation for that can come from anywhere. For junior forward Kirstin Robertson, the motivation, or rather the ...

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APSU soccer falls at SIUE

Lady Govs soccer saw their undefeated record in the OVC fall over the weekend with a 1-0 loss to SIU- Edwardsville. APSU managed to scrap together seven shots to SIUE’s 12, but failed to convert the opportunities into goals on Oct. 14.   SIUE (8-5-2, 3-1-2 OVC) opened scoring in ...

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