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Govs win 4th OVC baseball title

By CIDINE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON Staff Writer   Good things come to those who wait, work hard and want it really bad. After being ranked seventh in preseason predictions and two rough years riddled with injuries, good things came to the Bat Govs on Saturday, May 28. They upset Jacksonville State, 7-3 ...

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Govs celebrate win 2 of 3 at JSU

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs baseball team moved into a tie with Southeast Missouri at the top of the Ohio Valley Conference standings after winning 2-of-3 on the road against Jacksonville St., 9-5, 5-4 and 7-2. Game 1, Govs win 9-5 APSU 100 051 101 – ...

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Bat Govs win series with EKU 2-1

By AARON FORSGREN | Guest Writer The Govs took on the Eastern Kentucky Colonels in an Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader Saturday, April 9. They went into the games with an overall record of (13-14, 3-2 OVC) against Eastern Kentucky, who had a record of (9-20, 2-4 OVC). The Govs split ...

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Bat Govs sweep EIU, move to 3rd in OVC

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs had lost nine of their last 12 games and were averaging three runs a game coming into this weekend. The Govs’ bats heated up this weekend. In a three-game Ohio Valley Conference series at home against the Eastern Illinois Panthers, they ...

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Gautier having breakout freshman year, hitting streak ends at 18 games

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The 2010-11 Govs baseball team roster has 12 freshmen on it. Among those, one freshman has gotten a great start to the season and is making his mark on the team. Outfielder Rolando Gautier is creating a buzz. Gautier is currently third on ...

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Bat Govs split series 1-1 with Murray

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs baseball team opened the 2011 Ohio Valley Conference season with a doubleheader Sunday, March 27, at Murray State. The Govs opened both games strong, offensively jumping out to early leads. However, they were only able to hold the Thoroughbreds and finish ...

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