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John Murry goes pro

Former Gov and member of the 2016 Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Championship team John Murry has joined the list of Govs to go into professional basketball. Murry, who was listed at 6’3’’ and 195 lbs. his senior season has signed with Canadian team Saint John Riptide. The Riptide will ...

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Three Govs selected as OVC Players of the Week

Three Govs found their ways into the Ohio Valley Conference honors following their performances in volleyball’s undefeated week. Kristen Stucker week earned her setter of the week as she racked up 110 assists over the three game span. Stucker’s highest amount of assists came in her game versus UT Martin ...

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They never backed down

On Saturday, Oct. 28, APSU football traveled to the sunshine state for a clash with a team they in all likely hood, had no chance against. The plan would be simple, these kinds of games would be played out, a running clock would get started, the visiting team would get ...

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Soccer season ends with 2-1 loss to SEMO

The ominous weather set the stage as APSU soccer bowed out of the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference Championship on Friday, Oct. 27 in Nashville. The final of the first round clash went 2-1 in Southeast Missouri’s favor knocking the Govs out of the OVC Tournament in the first round for ...

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Soccer draws pair of weekend games

Stephanie Carson | Contributing Writer   APSU tied in both of their Ohio Valley Conference home games this past weekend. On Friday, Oct. 6, the Govs (7-5-3. 2-3-3 OVC) tied with Southeast Missouri (4-7-3, 1-3-3 OVC) with a final score of 1-1. APSU had its second draw against UT Martin ...

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Stucker earns OVC Honors

Kristen Stucker has played an instrumental role in the success of APSU volleyball this season. Her efforts continue to be recognized as Stucker was awarded with her sixth Ohio Valley Conference Setter of the Week on Monday, Oct. 9 Stucker recored 33 assists and also added four digs and two ...

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