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Govs remain unbeaten in conference play, reach 4-0 for first time since 2010-11

Lights out, a literal and figurative term used for APSU’s matchup against UT Martin, as the game saw a delay due to lights going out. The Govs also shot 58 percent during the narrow win. APSU won 72-70 despite a late push from the Skyhawks. The effort was enough to ...

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Govs late comeback falls short

The Govs fell behind by 20 plus points in multiple quarters against the Skyhawks. This did not stop them from mounting a late comeback, trailing only by six with under 2 minutes to go. The efforts fell short though, resulting in a nine-point loss, 74-65, continuing the Govs abysmal season on ...

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Track opens at Vanderbilt

NASHVILLE, Tenn.- APSU’s track team saw their first action since May at Vanderbilt. Many athletes returned for yet another season, while new faces appeared for the first time. Pole vaulting continued to be a strength of the team. Savannah Amato, now in her senior year, finished third overall in the ...

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APSU bests Troy in OT

The Govs endured their third overtime game of the season to reach their third win on the year. The 79-74 victory was just the first in overtime after posting a 0-2 record in the games preceding. APSU was led by Zach Glotta and Chris Porter-Bunton in the victory. Glotta finished ...

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Panthers pounce on Govs

APSU’s up and down season continued on Nov. 10, as the Govs allowed 404 total yards and 52 points to Eastern Illinois. The offensive numbers for the Govs impressed, however, the score did not reflect what the stats entailed as the Govs lost 52-21. Oatsvall’s inaccuracy continues, as he finished ...

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Govs dominate homecoming

APSU (4-4, 2-3 Ohio Valley Conference) quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall threw for 279 yards and five touchdowns in a 41-10 homecoming blowout. The consistency of the Govs ability to score points on offense was accompanied by one of the defenses best performances of the season. The Govs allowed only 298 yards ...

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