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Govs unable to close out Bruins in series finale

NASHVILLE — One treacherous stat continues to hold APSU baseball back in taking a leap forward in the standings. The Govs have yet to compile a three-game winning streak this season, and missed a prime opportunity to erase that against Belmont on Saturday, April 19 at Rose Park. However, APSU ...

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Torres’ homer gives Govs series win over Bruins

NASHVILLE — It took APSU six and two-third innings to record its first hit at Rose Park, but it was worth the wait. Senior catcher P.J. Torres broke a tie in a pitching duel with a two-run home run to right field, leading to a 3-2 victory over Belmont on ...

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Robles tosses one hit shutout over Bruins

Alex Robles stood in the APSU bullpen prior to the game, and didn’t feel comfortable with all of his pitches before his start. But once he saw the first batter step to the plate, the freshman right-hander settled in to pitch a historic game. In a 3-0 win against Belmont ...

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Monday Blog: Gleason finds groove, Gautier-Bredlau tandem reliable, more

You have reached the Monday Morning Blog. Following each conference baseball series, I’ll offer my thoughts from the weekend, as well as touching on other behind the scenes notes in APSU baseball. This weekend, the Govs hosted Southeast Missouri in a three-game series from Raymond C. Hand Park from Friday, ...

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Govs pitching thumped in series finale

It’s never a good day when pitchers allow the lead off batter to reach base, but whenever it happens in all but one inning, it becomes a nightmare. APSU woke up from it on Sunday, April 14 as Southeast Missouri put a beating on the Govs, 19-7, to leave Raymond ...

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APSU mistakes pile up in extra-inning loss

In the error column on the home side of the scoreboard, there was a number five. While it wasn’t the highest total APSU has had this season, there were many more mistakes which cost the Govs a win. As the blunders kept adding up late in the game, Southeast Missouri ...

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