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A New Era

APSU Basketball is synonymous with one name, Dave Loos, who retired after the 2016-17 season posting career 502 victories. The 2017-18 season marks the first time in 27 years that a new face is at the helm. who replaces a campus legend like that? Matt Figger. Figger, who served as ...

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Previewing APSU baseball’s 2018

It is January, which means baseball will soon be on the horizon and APSU will be out on the diamond. The team will look to improve from last years 28-30 (13-16 OVC) overall record which earned them seventh in the Ohio Valley Conference. Head Coach Travis Janssen embarks on his ...

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Basketball tops defending champions

APSU’s hot streak in conference play continued Saturday night as the Govs traveled to Jacksonville, Alabama to do battle with the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State, where they came away victorious 87-67. The Govs were able to defeat the reigning conference champions for the first time in Jacksonville since 2011. The ...

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Govs win final game over EIU

After years at the bottom of the Ohio Valley Conference, APSU finally had a statement season, finishing 7-1 in the conference with an 8-4 overall record after defeating Eastern Illinois 28 to 13 during APSU’s Senior Day on Saturday, Nov. 18. The lone loss in the conference came from Football ...

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Basketball opens season against Vanderbilt

Matt Figger made his regular season head coaching debut for APSU on Friday, Nov. 10, against the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville. The regular season opener ended in defeat for the Govs as the Commodores took the victory 73 to 54. The game was played closer than the final score indicates ...

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Second half surge propels Govs past EKU

APSU continued to show resiliency Saturday, Nov. 11, coming back from a 24 to 7 third quarter deficit to win 31 to 24 against Eastern Kentucky. The Govs received their seventh win of the season while also securing their largest comeback win since the 2011 season. The win was the ...

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