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Govs split Morehead on the weekend

APSU Baseball (18-19, 9-11 Ohio Valley Conference) split both of its games with national team batting average leading Morehead State (27-12, 12-5 OVC) on Friday, April 21. The Govs took a no hitter into the sixth inning, but eventually had to fight back for a 3-1 win. In the second ...

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Govs close series with 14-10 win

APSU Baseball (16-18, 11-7 Ohio Valley Conference) picked up their only win in a three game series at Eastern Kentucky (21-15, 7-8 OVC) on Saturday, April 15. The Govs fell by scores of 5-4 and 7-6 before picking up their only win 14-10 over the Colonels. EKU drew first blood ...

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Athletics makes smart hiring choices

APSU athletics has made smart moves recently when selecting who to call the shots for each team. After Ryan Ivey replaced Derek van der Merwe as Director of Athletics in the summer of 2015, APSU began to make several coaching changes that can bring success in athletics to new heights. ...

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Govs baseball swept by Golden Eagles

APSU Baseball (11-12, 4-5 Ohio Valley Conference) failed to record a win during their weekend series against conference foe Tennessee Tech (20-6; 9-0 OVC). The visiting Golden Eagles kept their undefeated conference record alive behind 14-3, 10-8 and 14-13 wins. The Govs drop below 500 in OVC play for the first ...

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Govs Baseball drop two games over weekend

APSU baseball (10-9, 4-2 Ohio Valley Conference) recorded their first conference losses of the season over the weekend as Murray State (11-8, 3-3 OVC) took the series 2-1. The Racers took the first contest behind a 8-6 win that featured a 7-0 lead for the home team after three innings. ...

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Govs have big test on Rocky Top

APSU Baseball (9-6, 3-0 Ohio Valley Conference) will soon travel across the east side of the Tennessee River to play against SEC Powerhouse, The University of Tennessee. The Govs are coming off a major series victory with a 3-0 sweep over Jacksonville State, a team that was picked to finish ...

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