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Soccer tops EIU 2-0

APSU soccer (6-3-1, 2-1-1 Ohio Valley Conference) recorded their second win in conference behind two second half goals. The Govs defense shined with their fifth shutout of the season. Eastern Illinois (5-5-1, 0-3 OVC) was held to one shot on goal for the night. Sophomore keeper Mary Parker Powell’s efforts ...

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Govs soccer earn first conference win of the year

Govs soccer recorded their first Ohio Valley Conference win of the season with a 2-1 scoreline over Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (4-5-1; 2-1 OVC) on Friday, Sept. 22. APSU (6-3-1; 1-1-1 OVC) built a two-goal lead through 68 minutes that was only blemished by an 89th minute goal for ...

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APSU Football wins two in a row, first time since 2011

APSU football continued to build on its success with a 27-7 win over Murray State (1-3; 0-1 Ohio Valley Conference) at Roy Stewart Stadium in Murray, Ky, on Saturday, Sept. 23. The win serves as the Govs’ first victory in Murray since 2007, and first win over the Racers since ...

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Govs take it all in with win

For many APSU students Saturday, Sept. 16, was a first. For freshman it was their first home game, for quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall it was the day he scored his first touchdown but for any student that started school in the Spring of 2015 or later it was their first win. ...

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Craig named OVC Co-Offensive Player of the Week

In APSU’s 69-13 win over Morehead State, JaVaughn Craig recorded four touchdowns on nine carries, while tallying 118 yards off of eight completions. Craig’s efforts awarded him Ohio Valley Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week. The sophomore quarterback shares the award with UT Martin’s Troy Cook. Craig tallied 155 total ...

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Robertson brace leads to Senior Night victory

Led by a Kirstin Robertson brace, APSU soccer (5-2) remained unblemished at home following a 3-0 thrashing of Little Rock (3-4). In the offensive showcase, nine Govs combined for 16 shots, seven of those being on frame. In the 50th minute, freshman Claire Larose opened up the scoring with a ...

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