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Women’s Basketball drop to SEMO, first road conference game of 2018-19

It took nearly three minutes for APSU’s Women’s Basketball team to score in their first road Ohio Valley Conference affair of the 2018-19 season. Hosts Southeast Missouri outshot the Govs (7-8, 2-2 OVC as of Saturday, Jan. 12) by nearly 15 percent in the Thursday, Jan. 10 matchup. The Govs ...

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Mark Hudspeth announced as head coach for APSU Football

Following the departure of a three-year term as head coach by Will Healy, APSU’s Director of Athletics Gerald Harrison has announced Mark Hudspeth as the new shot caller at Fortera Stadium. A press conference will be held announcing Mark Hudspeth, 50, as the new head coach on Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 2 ...

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Healy to leave APSU for UNC Charlotte

APSU Football Head Coach Will Healy has reportedly accepted the head job at UNC Charlotte, according to the Charlotte Observer. Healy, 33, went 13-21 in his three seasons with the Govs. The 34-game stint featured the Govs winning seven games in the Ohio Valley Conference for the first time in ...

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Govs complete sweep of the Yellowhammer State

APSU Men’s Basketball’s (4-4) 40-point first half protected the team from dropping its road contest with the winless Bulldogs of Alabama A&M (0-8) on Saturday, Dec. 1. The Govs held on to hold on for a 73-61 win, there second-largest margin of victory on the season, and third largest away ...

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Baseball lays out 2019 Schedule, 32 games at Raymond C. Hand Park

APSU Baseball announced their 2019 schedule, featuring a slate of 32 games at Raymond C. Hand Park. The Govs open up their campaign with a three-game series at home against Kentucky starting on Friday, Feb. 15. The Wildcats serve as one of three opponents out of the Southeastern Conference that APSU will ...

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Women’s basketball splits match ups with Trevecca, Mississippi Valley St.

Govs women’s basketball conquered the Trevecca Trojans at home court on Nov. 14 at the Winfield Dunn Center. From the first tip of the game, the senior standout Keisha Gregory set the tone for the Govs. Gregory averaged ten points alone in the first quarter. This was an increase in ...

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