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APSU Competes in Samford Invitational

APSU Track and Field competed in the Samford Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday, Jan. 20. During the trip, junior Savannah Amato broke the school’s record for pole vaulting, shattering the previous record of 4.13m with 4.15m, while also coming in first place. The previous record had been held for ...

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Govs Defeat TSU on the Road

The Govs traveled to Nashville to do battle with The Tennessee State Tigers on Thursday, Jan. 18, where they earned their fourth win the Ohio Valley Conference by a score of 75-59. The Govs were lead in scoring by Brianne Alexander with 16 points. Alexander also finished with seven total ...

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TSU pushes past APSU

APSU traveled to Nashville Thursday, Jan. 18 where they fell to Ohio Valley Conference foe Tennessee State by a final score of 70-56. The Govs searched for a second consecutive road win, but were unable to pull it out, despite Terry Taylor posting a double-double with 16 points and 13 ...

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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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