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Govs bring brooms

Over the last weekend in March, Govs baseball was able to sweep Ohio Valley Conference team Tennessee Tech University Golden Eagles with three wins at home. Game one (9-3) seemed to be kept under control by the Govs from the bottom of the first inning, where the Govs scored with ...

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Govs baseball loses road trip

Last week, APSU’s men’s baseball team was on the road for five straight games, posting a record of 1-4. This road trip included three straight games against Murray State University, along with a game in Knoxville and a game against Jacksonville State University. The team has a 11-9 overall record ...

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Govs baseball wins weekend

Over the weekend, the APSU Governors (10-6, 4-2 OVC) had three Ohio Valley Conference matchups at Raymond C. Hand Park. The Govs took two wins and a loss. They are currently in third place in the OVC but are tied for best overall record. During game one, the Govs faced ...

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Govs baseball off to perfect start

Over the weekend, the APSU baseball team picked up two wins to start the season 2-0. APSU was picked to finish fourth in the OVC preseason poll, but the Govs  seek to gain their fifth OVC tournament win in six years under coach Gary McClure. During the first game on Friday, Feb. ...

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Beaten Giants fan shows progress in ESPN interview

>>Associated Press   CAPITOLA, Calif. — The San Francisco Giants fan who suffered a traumatic brain injury after being beaten by two Dodger fans three years ago outside Dodger Stadium put up his hands and fingers, fist-bumped his mom and talked about his goals in a display of his progress ...

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Thirty home games highlight APSU Baseball schedule

Eager to bounce back from a disappointing end to last season, Austin Peay Baseball released its 2015 schedule on Wednesday as preseason work picks up. The Govs have started intrasquad scrimmages this month, with the real games beginning on Feb. 13 as APSU plays at home on Opening Day for ...

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